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2023 Guide to Gluten-Free Thanksgiving in New York City

Updated November 2023

A number of my readers have been asking for gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner recommendations. Whether you are a local New Yorker or you just don’t want to cook, here are some options for your gluten-free meal in New York City this Thanksgiving day. Be sure to make your reservation TODAY if you are planning on dining out for Thanksgiving. Seats fill up very quickly.

Note: Please remember to contact each restaurant directly if you have questions about the menu items, preparation, etc. It is up to YOU to do your due diligence when planning any meal outside of your home.

New Gluten-Free Options for 2023

Thyme and Tonic

100% Gluten-Free

Open Thanksgiving Day for dinner only

474 Columbus Ave, Manhattan
(646) 596-7434

Menu includes organic turkey, candied sweet potato with brown sugar and marshmallow, challah mushroom stuffing, green beans with crispy shallots, braised Swiss chard, mashed potatoes with mushroom gravy, corn bread, cranberry sauce, and dessert pies. Prepaid reservations required for parties of 1 to 14. $99 per person.

They Mary Lane

The Mary Lane

Shared kitchen

Open Thanksgiving Day 12-9pm

99 Bank Street, Manhattan
(212) 597-9099

In celebration of Thanksgiving, chef Andrew Sutin has created a special holiday prix-fixe dinner: $125/adult prix fixe & $50/children (12 & under).  Chef Sutin has celiac disease so he is well-versed on gluten-free food preparation. Please contact the restaurant with any questions about the gluten-free menu items at


Shared kitchen

Open Thanksgiving Day until 6pm

316 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan
(212) 595-7996

Pappardella is serving up a gluten-free Thanksgiving feast starting $75 per person plus tax & gratuity, with a $35 per person optional wine pairing. Menu items include turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, potato parsnip gratin and more. Catering options are also available. Reservations via

Senza Gluten by Jemiko

100% Gluten-Free

Open Thanksgiving Day at 12pm

626 10th Avenue, Manhattan
(212) 933 4845

Senza Gluten will be serving regular specials as well as Thanksgiving Day specials. Thanksgiving menu includes butternut squash soup, butternut squash gnocchi, stuffing, pie, and more! Reservations available at

Gluten-Free Restaurant Options

⚠️ Don’t forget to make a reservation! ⚠️


Shared kitchen

Open Thanksgiving Day at 11am

228 W 47th St. (Edison Hotel)
50 W 72nd St. (Central Park)
35 West End Ave. (West End)

Friedman’s will host a roasted turkey dinner with gluten-free options available. Menu starts at $49.95 for adults and $25.95 for children. The menu includes mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, stuffing, vegetables, and more. Reservations are available through or you call each location directly.

Senza Gluten Restaurant

Senza Gluten

100% gluten-free

Open Thanksgiving Day
Noon-11pm (kitchen closes at 9:30pm)

206 Sullivan St
New York, New York

Senza Gluten will be feature their regular dinner menu along with Thanksgiving specials. Reservations are available through For parties larger than 4 people please call the restaurant directly.

Kubeh Thanksgiving Menu


Shared kitchen

Open Thanksgiving Day
Lunch: 12-2pm
Thanksgiving Dinner: 2-8pm

464 Avenue of the Americas, Manhattan

Regular menu will not be served. Thanksgiving menu only. Please note, not all dishes on the menu are gluten-free but the menu is clearly marked. The menu is $70 per adult and $50 per child. There are also a la carte menu items and mezze and small plates available for an additional charge. Reservations available via Catering also available.

Bistango at the Kimberly Hotel


Shared kitchen

Open Thanksgiving Day

145 East 50th Street, Manhattan, Inside the Kimberly Hotel

Thanksgiving menu is $79 per person. Wine pairings and specialty cocktails available. The Thanksgiving menu can be prepared entirely gluten-free. Modified children’s and vegetarian menus upon request. Reservations required. For inquiries, please call 212-888-4121 or email

Gluten-Free Catering

Modern Bread and Bagel

Modern Bread and Bagel

100% Gluten-Free

Pick up options:
472 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan
139 West 14th Street, Manhattan

Order everything you need for a gluten-free Thanksgiving dinner except the turkey! Thanksgiving catering is available for pick-up Wednesday, November 22 or Thursday, November 23. Cut off for all Thanksgiving Pre-Orders is Sunday, November 19th at 11pm EST.

Kubeh and Pappardella both have catering options available as well. Contact each restaurant for specific details about gluten-free Thanksgiving catering. Details above.

Gluten-Free Desserts

Everybody Eats Inc.

Everybody Eats

100% Gluten-Free

Orders must be placed by 11/18/23

284 Third Avenue, Brooklyn
(718) 369-7444

Apple pies ($35) and pumpkin pies ($30) available. Bakery will NOT be open on Thanksgiving day so you must pre-order and pick up your pie ahead of time. Pick-up only! All orders must be placed via phone by Saturday, November 18.

By the Way Bakery

100% Gluten-Free

Orders must be placed by 11/19/23

2440 Broadway, Manhattan
1236 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan

The special Thanksgiving menu items include apple tarts, ginger pumpkin tarts, pecan tarts, latte layer cake, spiced carrot layer cake, classic chocolate layer cake, pumpkin cheesecake (dairy-free!), cranberry apple cake, cornbread, and dinner rolls.

People can pick up their orders any day the week of Thanksgiving (November 20-24, 2023). Please note, on Thanksgiving Day (11/23) they will be closing at 12 pm.

Posh Pop Bake Shop

100% Gluten-Free

192 Bleecker Street, Manhattan

Posh Pop is selling their Thanksgiving collections that include vegan and dairy-free options too. Menu includes apple pie, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, cinnamon rolls, pumpkin pecan rolls, and donuts. Not in New York City? No problem! They also offer next day shipping.

Where are you planning on celebrating Thanksgiving this year? Am I missing your favorites? Drop your comments below!

4 thoughts on “2023 Guide to Gluten-Free Thanksgiving in New York City”

  1. Erin,
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Perfect time to extend my deepest gratitude and appreciation for all you are and do in providing help and resources to successfully navigate celiac opportunities for dining, travel, etc.

    Much love,

  2. Erin,
    I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃🍽 I live in NJ and was wondering if you knew someone who might have a list of restaurants where I might have had a safe Thanksgiving dinner in Northern NJ?

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