Gluten-free Restaurants in Las Vegas –
In Las Vegas, as in many parts of the United States, there is a large choice of restaurants that offer products and gluten-free menu, but not all are safe for people with celiac disease. The gluten-free in the US has become synonymous of a healthy diet, so many places offer gluten-free alternatives, however, not in all of them, there is the necessary attention to cross contamination.
Below a list of some of the best and safest, but as always, it’s important to specify well to the waiters and cooks your celiac disease and recommend special attention to the handling of your dishes.
Gluten-free Restaurants in Las Vegas
Sammy’s Woodfired Pizza & Grill
(pizza, pasta, salads)
9516 W. Flamingo Rd. – Phone: (702) 638-9500
6500 West Sahara – Phone: (702) 227-6000
7345 Arroyo Crossing Pkwy – Phone: (702) 263-7171
On the menu are specified the gluten-free dishes and you can have all the gluten-free pizzas (with an additional cost of $ 4).
Recommended Kobe Beef Chili, pizza e Brown Rice Penne Bolognese.
Hecho en Vegas
Address: 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. South (MGM Grand Hotel) – Phone: (702) 891-3200
Hours: Wed – Thu 4:00 PM – 9:30 PM/Fri 4:00 PM – 10:30 PM/Sat 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM/Sun 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
On the menu, they have marked all gluten-free dishes and there is a big choice. The staff is extremely knowledgeable about celiac disease and the problem of cross-contamination (the daughter of the chef is celiac). The food is excellent: the fajitas are delicious (ask to make them with corn tortillas, they are usually made with those with gluten).
(burgers, pizza, pasta)
Address: 3600 Las Vegas Blvd Overpass – Phone: (702) 693-8111
Hours: Mon – Sun 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
The chef will accompany you along the buffet to indicate gluten-free dishes. The pizza is made on request in a dedicated oven (ditto for the pasta) and you can ask any dish from the back kitchen so that no one has touched them because the buffet mode is very risky for the contamination. They also have several gluten-free desserts (chocolate cake, pudding, creme brulee and more).
Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Las Vegas (Flamingo Hotel)
Address: 3555 S Las Vegas Blvd – Phone: (702) 733-3302
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11am – 1am, Fri-Sat 11am – 2am
The gluten-free dishes are prepared separately from the others: delicious the Cheeseburger in Paradise, the Volcano Nachos, and Brownie Sundae.
PF Chang’s China Bistro
3667 Las Vegas Boulevard (Planet Hollywood Casino) – Phone (702) 836-0955
4165 S. 1095 S Rampart Blvd – Phone (702) 968-8885
6671 S Las Vegas Blvd A-115 – Phone (702) 867- 7025
They have many gluten-free dishes and gluten-free soy sauce: gluten-free menu (dishes without gluten are served in a different round plate from the other). Recommended: GF Chang’s spicy chicken, GF Fried rice e la GF pepper steak.
Gilley’s Las Vegas
(barbecue and Tex-Mex)
Hours: daily from 11 am to midnight.
They have, on request, a gluten-free menu where you can find many delicious dishes, like Pulled Pork, BBQ Ribs, Chili, chicken wings and more.
The restaurant has a typically Western atmosphere, with the mechanical bull, the evenings of country music and dances, and beautiful semi-undressed girls as waitresses.
La Maison de Maggie
(gluten-free crepes, smoothies)
Address: 3455 S Durango Dr, Suite 112 – Phone (702) 823-4466
Hours: Mo-Fr 9 am – 6 pm / Sa 8 am – 5 pm / Su 8 am – 3 pm
Only salty crepes (galettes on the menu) are gluten-free, not the sweet ones! But you can ask the sweet crepes with the mixture of the salty one.
The kitchen is open-view, so you can check the manipulation of foods, but, as always, communicate your celiac disease, so that they can apply appropriate precautions (such as using clean grills and utensils).
However, the flour of the gluten-free crepes is a buckwheat flour of a French company, the Treblec, and is certified gluten-free, but is produced in factories where other flours with gluten are produced.
Leticia’s Mexican Cocina
Address: 7585 Norman Rockwell Lane, Suite 1 – Phone (702) 445-7722
95% of the menu is gluten-free, but it’s important to report the allergy to the waiter to know which foods are certainly gluten-free and allow them to take the appropriate precautions.
Recommended the tacos, chips with various types of sauce, steak fajitas and conchita pibil.
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