100% Gluten-Free Restaurants in New York City

100% Gluten-Free Restaurants in New York City

100% Gluten-Free Restaurants in New York City

Updated June 1, 2016

The most frequently asked question to this blog is “Where can I find a 100% gluten-free restaurant in New York City?” In the past, I had to say there are no completely gluten-free restaurants in Manhattan but but now I am happy to report we now have a few totally gluten-free options. I will update this list as I learn of more 100% gluten-free options in New York City.

Note: While these restaurants are no-gluten establishments, it is still very important to inform your server about your dietary restrictions!

Gluten-Free Restaurants (Full-service, sit-down)

Colors Restaurant 
http://www.colorsrestaurantnyc.com/
417 Lafayette Street between Astor Place & East 4th Street
Manhattan

Cosme
http://www.cosmenyc.com/
35 E 21st Street
Manhattan
Note: Menu changes by season. Churros on dessert menu are NOT gluten-free. 

Le Botaniste
http://lebotaniste.us/
833 Lexington Avenue
Manhattan

Noglu NY
https://www.facebook.com/nogluny/
1266 Madison Avenue
Manhattan

Risotteria Melloti
http://www.risotteriamelottinyc.com/
309 East 5th Street between 2nd and 1st Avenue
Manhattan

Senza Gluten
http://www.senzaglutennyc.com
206 Sullivan Street
Manhattan

The Little Beet Table
https://www.thelittlebeettable.com
333 Park Avenue South
Manhattan

Gluten-Free Restaurants (Fast casual and take-out)

Brodo
http://www.brodobroth.co/
200 1st Avenue
Manhattan

Gingersnaps Organic
http://www.gingersnapsorganic.com/
113 West 10th Street
Manhattan

Hu Kitchen Union Square
http://hukitchen.com/
78 5th Avenue at 14th Street
Manhattan

Hu Kitchen Upper East Side
http://hukitchen.com/
1536 3rd Avenue between 86th and 87th Streets
Manhattan

Inday
http://www.indaynyc.com
1133 Broadway at 26th Street
Manhattan

Springbone
http://springbone.com
90 West 3rd Street
Manhattan

Taquitoria
http://www.taquitoria.com/
168 Ludlow Street between East Houston and Stanton Street
Manhattan

The Little Beet
https://www.thelittlebeet.com
135 West 50th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue
Manhattan

The Little Beet
https://www.thelittlebeet.com
320 Park Avenue, South side of 51st Street

The Little Beet
https://www.thelittlebeet.com
2 Penn Plaza inside the Pennsy
Southwest corner of 7th Avenue and 33rd Street
Manhattan

The Little Beet
https://www.thelittlebeet.com
1140 Broadway at 26th Street
Manhattan

 

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About Erin Smith

Living with celiac disease since 1981 and eating gluten-free long before it was "trendy", Erin Smith has a unique perspective of growing up in the gluten-free community; Founded Gluten-Free Fun in 2007; Founded Gluten-Free Globetrotter® in 2011; Founded GlutenFreelancer® in 2014. Erin was the lead organizer of the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup group, a social community of more than 2,000 members for over a decade and has recently started a support group in Northern California.
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14 Responses to 100% Gluten-Free Restaurants in New York City

  1. Exciting! I can’t wait to try a couple out the next time I visit. I’m assuming that some of them may cater to more dietary restrictions, too? Like soy, dairy…. etc.?

  2. Erin Smith says:

    Please note, Risotteria Melotti is NOT the same restaurant as Risotteria on Bleecker Street.

    Risotteria
    270 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014
    NOT 100% GLUTEN-FREE!!!

  3. emilyvt4 says:

    Great list, Erin!

    Have you been to Soho Tiffin Junction in the village? Their menu is entirely gluten free (as well as nut, soy, sesame and shellfish free)!

    There’s a link to the menu on their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SohoTiffinJunction

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  5. Paula says:

    Thanks for your NYC posts and the lists of 100% GF places. My son must eat very strictly GF with no CC, so going to a 100% GF place is like a fairy tale dream – few questions, no stress!

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  7. Bri88 says:

    The Parisian restaurant NoGlu is opening one on the Upper East Side in the fall.

  8. Laurie says:

    Hi!!
    I’m a celiac from Montreal. My hubby and I spent the long weekend in NY city and we tried a few of your recommendations. We went to Senza Gluten and Kesté. Absolutely incredible!! The pizza from Kesté was out if this world, better than the gluten version, according to my hubby. And Senza Gluten, also just as incredible. The staff and owner are soooo nice.
    Thank you for your recommendations!!! Very much appreciated!! Keep it up
    Laurie

  9. jeff says:

    This list was so great for our celiac son! We went to Colors, Little Beet, and Senza Gluten with from 7-12 non-restricted diners on our weekend trip to the city! Everything was AWESOME!!!

  10. Elizabeth says:

    Madison Square Tavern is no longer gluten free. Very disappointing.

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