100% Gluten-Free in New York City (Updated June 2017)

Gluten-Free in New York City

100% Gluten Free in New York City

Post last updated June 2017

I am keeping my finger on the pulse of all things gluten-free in New York City and I am excited to see so many completely gluten-free places continuing to open across the city.

Note: While these restaurants are no-gluten establishments, it is still very important to inform your server about your dietary restrictions! Also call ahead to make a reservation and confirm hours of operation.

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

99 Bank
http://www.99banknyc.com/
99 Bank Street
Manhattan

Colors Restaurant 
http://www.colorsrestaurantnyc.com/
178 Stanton Street  (new location!)
Manhattan

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

Gohan
http://www.gohannyc.com/
14A Orchard Street
Manhattan

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

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

Rocking Raw
http://www.rockinraw.com/
171 Sullivan Street
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

WILD (West Village)
http://www.eatdrinkwild.com/
535 Hudson Street
Manhattan

WILD (Williamsburg)
http://www.eatdrinkwild.com/
340 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn

WILD (Park Slope)
http://www.eatdrinkwild.com/
148 5th Avenue
Brooklyn

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

Indie Fresh
http://indiefresh.com/
600 11th Avenue at Gotham West Market
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

Gluten-Free Bakeries

By the Way Bakery Upper East Side
http://www.btwbakery.com/
1236 Lexington Avenue
Manhattan

By The Way Bakery Upper West Side
http://www.btwbakery.com/
2442 Broadway
Manhattan

Elisa’s Love Bites
http://elisaslovebites.com/
10 Porter Avenue
Brooklyn

Erin McKenna’s Bakery (formerly known as Babycakes NYC)
https://www.erinmckennasbakery.com/
248 Broome Street
Manhattan

Jennifer’s Way Bakery
http://jennifersway.org/bakery
263 East 10th Street
Manhattan

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

Tu-Lu’s Gluten-Free Bakery
http://tu-lusbakery.com
338 East 11th Street

Gluten-Free Shops and Supermarkets

GFree NYC
http://g-freenyc.com/
77A West 85th Street between Columbus Avenue & Central Park West

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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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3 Responses to 100% Gluten-Free in New York City (Updated June 2017)

  1. I haven’t tried most of these places but I do know Senza Gluten is really good. I am so happy more places are keeping a gluten free lifestyle in mind these days. I am unhappy however that Risotteria in the Village closed. They were really good and seemed to care about the GF community.

  2. Stacey says:

    We just went to NIX on University Place. I had stopped by on two occasions and spoke to two different people who each explained that my husband has celiac. They readily assured me that when they cook for a celiac they do so in a separate area of the kitchen and with clean tools etc. so there’s no danger of cross-contamination. The server pointed out which of the dishes were gluten free (it’s a vegetarian restaurant). We had a lovely meal with no ill effects. My husbands diagnosis is recent. The restaurant opened just a few months ago and it’s tough to get a reservation!

  3. katybiz says:

    Perfect timing. We’re headed to the City in late July and I’m just now starting my research. My goal is to find a nice coffee shop or cafe with a decent GF muffin or pastry.

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