13 Doyers St, New York, NY 10013
Great Dim Sum with lots of GF options. The rice rolls are particularly delicious.
628 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
When I was diagnosed with Celiac, I knew it was time to say goodbye to the amazing beer selection at Eagle, one of the best on the city. However, when I stopped in, I found that they actually stocked a few varieties, along with an amazing cider selection. Since then, the selection has only grown, with at least 10 gf beers to choose from.
271 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014
I recently got to try the gf Margherita and gf Mastn'icola pizzas. The Mast'nicola was probably the best crust I've had since turning gf, and the other pizza was pretty good as well. I'm pretty sure I'll be back.
34441 Center Ridge Rd, North Ridgeville, OH 44039
Really fantastic. Best calzone I've had since turning gluten-free, and I'm from NYC. We stopped here driving from NY to IL, and lunch was so good we had to take a bucket of fried chicken with us for dinner on the road. I wish I lived close enough to go whenever I wanted.
141 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Wonderful place, the first place in the neighborhood I could go to safely. Take advantage of the gluten-free fryers for some great cornmeal empanadas or any other fried foods you've been missing. They also have gluten-free pancakes on weekends. I've never had a problem, and their gluten-free selections have only gotten more extensive, and more delicious, over time.
170 7th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
In the past year, the gluten free buns have gotten a lot better, and their lettuce wraps can actually be eaten like a sandwich, unlike in many other places. Be sure to order the fries with gluten-free prep, they won't be as crispy but they'e still delicious.