The pandemic has been rough for a lot of New York City restaurants. Many had to permanently close due to financial issues and lack of staff. Seeing new places open, especially when they are 100% gluten-free, is always a positive. My gluten-free in New York City content continues to be the most visited pages on my website, so I want to keep you regularly updated. Here are some updates to menus, newly opened, and re-openings of totally gluten-free restaurants in New York City.
Editor’s note: I have decided to remove Mulberry & Vine from the original post after a lot of conflicting information and reports of people getting sick. Even their website differs from the information sent to me via email. When I can’t trust a place, I can’t recommend it. If you have any questions, please send me an email.
At this time, your vaccination card is required for indoor activities including dining in New York City. For more information, please visit the NYC.gov website.
As with any gluten-free dining experience, please be sure to talk to the staff at the restaurant if you have any concerns about the gluten-free menu and preparation.
NOTE: I know that many other bloggers use my website as a guide for their own websites. I just ask that you give credit where credit is due! I put a lot of effort into contacting each location, asking about ingredients, preparation, etc. All of my resources are free and I ask that you respect and credit the information I am sharing.
111 Murray Street
All menu items are gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, and refined sugar free. The menu is also peanut-free but does contain tree nuts.
236 North 12th Street
The is the second location for Nami Nori, “a casual temaki bar specializing in open-style sushi hand rolls.” Reservations are recommended.
Tiger Lily Kitchen
58 Third Avenue, Manhattan
Tiger Lily Kitchen has moved to a new brick and mortar location and reopened for pick-up and delivery. Dine in with cocktails is coming soon!
267 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan
115 Delancey Street, Manhattan
156 Sullivan Street, Manhattan
Midtown Manhattan COMING SOON!
While TAP NYC has been open for a while, they recently opened their Essex Market location on the Lower East Side. They are also opening a midtown Manhattan location in November. You can now get your pao de queijo fix at multiple locations!
Have you found a new gluten-free restaurant in your New York City restaurant? Drop me a line so I can add it to my list.