Dedicated Gluten-Free in New York City

100% Gluten-Free in New York City

Here is a comprehensive list of dedicated, 100% gluten-free businesses in New York City!
Last updated: August 29, 2021 

DISCLAIMER: While these restaurants are no-gluten establishments, it is still very important to inform your server about your dietary restrictions and ask lots of questions! Menus, ingredients, and staff change. I do my best to keep updated but it is up to you to do your due diligence and confirm. 

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

Arba Restaurant
472 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan

103 N. 10th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Claro Brooklyn
284 Third Avenue, Brooklyn

Coast and Valley Wine
587 Manhattan Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

For All Things Good
343 Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn

Le Botaniste
833 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan
Note from restaurant: We only serve gluten-free prescriptions or food, we are not certified gluten-free as our superseed bread is made in a Bakery so there might be some wheat or gluten. But we don’t serve anything that contains gluten. 

Modern Bread and Bagel
472 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan

Nami Nori
33 Carmine Street, Manhattan

Risotteria Melotti
309 East 5th Street between 2nd and 1st Avenue, Manhattan

Senza Gluten
206 Sullivan Street, Manhattan

Thyme and Tonic
474 Columbus Avenue, Manhattan

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

A-O Bowl
82 St. Marks Place, Manhattan 

200 1st Avenue (at 12th Street), Manhattan
496 Hudson Street (at Christopher Street), Manhattan
1246 Lexington Ave (at 84th Street), Manhattan
2144 Broadway (at 75th Street), Manhattan

Clean Market Cafe + Tonic Bar
240 East 54th Street, Manhattan

Kimbap Lab Williamsburg
238 Bedford Ave (located inside Whole Foods), Brooklyn
75 9th Ave (located inside Pearl River Mart Foods in Chelsea Market), Manhattan
Note: Shared kitchen but separate prep station and equipment used for Kimbap

Little Choc Apothecary
141 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn
(Please note: The only non-gluten-free options are the two beers they serve. They don’t cook with the beers, so there’s no cross-contamination.)

Magic Mix Juicery
102 Fulton Street, Manhattan

90 West 3rd Street, Manhattan
74 Pearl Street, Manhattan
277 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

San Pedro Inn
320 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn

267 Columbus Avenue between 72nd and 73rd Street, Manhattan

The Little Beet
Multiple locations
Note: The Little Beet Table sit-down restaurant is NOT dedicated gluten-free but the fast casual locations are gluten-free. 

Tiger Lily Kitchen (Currently take-out and delivery only!)
293 Third Avenue, Manhattan

Gluten-Free Bakeries and Desserts

7 Grain Army
88 Roebling Street, Brooklyn

By the Way Bakery Upper East Side
1236 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan

By The Way Bakery Upper West Side
2442 Broadway, Manhattan

Elisa’s Love Bites
441 East 9th Street, Manhattan

Erin McKenna’s Bakery (formerly known as Babycakes NYC)
248 Broome Street

NoGlu NY
1266 Madison Avenue, Manhattan

Posh Pop Bakeshop
192 Bleecker Street, Manhattan

Rawsome Treats
158 Orchard Street, Manhattan

Rose Wolf Coffee
867 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn
Note: The croissants are the only non-gluten-free item on the menu but are kept separate.

Sans Bakery
Falchi Building
31-00 47th Avenue, Long Island City, Queens

Senza Gluten Cafe & Bakery
171 Sullivan Street,Manhattan

Meal Delivery Services in NYC

Happy Tummy Asia
Delivers to Manhattan,  Brooklyn, and Queens


Online Bakeries & Commercial Kitchens in NYC

Note: The following locations have limited hours to purchase gluten-free food. Please make sure to contact them ahead of time to make sure they are open.

Everybody Eats
294 Third Avenue at Carroll Street, Brooklyn
Open to public M-F, 9am-5pm and Sat. 10am-5pm; national hipping also available.

Krumville Bakeshop
630 Flushing Ave, Room #807, Brooklyn
Online orders available for pick-up M-F, 1pm-5pm (MUST pre-order); local delivery and national shipping also available.

Note: There are a few “gluten-free” restaurants that have been removed from this list due to multiple reports of people getting sick, the addition of gluten to their kitchen, or unclear answers from the restaurants about their kitchen protocols. If you do not see a restaurant that you think should be on this list, please contact me directly. Otherwise, it is safe to assume that I took that restaurant down for a valid reason. 

DISCLAIMER: While these restaurants are no-gluten establishments, it is still very important to inform your server about your dietary restrictions and ask lots of questions! Menus, ingredients, and staff change. I do my best to keep updated but it is up to you to do your due diligence and confirm. 


The Little Beet Table
The sit-down restaurant is no longer dedicated gluten-free. Regular, gluten-full bread and pasta have been added to the menu. Be sure to talk to your server!

Update from the restaurant: “First I want to let you know that our entire Inday classic menu is still 100% gluten free. The chapathi is a part of our new dinner offering and is the only item on our menu that contains gluten. Most importantly, from the moment that any gluten-containing ingredient arrives in the restaurant, it is handled separately. We store it in a designated container that is stored in an isolated location in the kitchen. Food using this ingredient is prepared in a specified area on a prep table that is thoroughly sanitized before and after each task. Additionally, we’ve scheduled prep time for the chapathi so that it does not overlap with other prep work. And finally, we have a designated cooking vessel dedicated only to cooking chapathi bread.”

La Esquina Taqueria Soho
La Esquina Taqueria Midtown
La Esquina UES
These restaurants seem to have a rotating menu that sometimes includes tortas (sandwiches) and non-GF desserts. Please check with them directly.


Jennifer’s Way Bakery
WILD (Williamsburg)
Tali Restaurant
Rockin’ Raw
Indie Fresh
Elisa’s Love Bites Brooklyn
Tu-Lu’s Gluten-Free Bakery
Lucky Lee’s
Hu Kitchen Union Square
The Village Den