New York City gluten-free –
The list of places where to eat Gluten-free in New York is really high, though not all are “safe” for celiacs.
The “gluten-free” in the USA has become a trend of “healthy eating”, so many places offer gluten-free items, but not ever paying attention to the cross contamination.
It’s hard to choose between so many offerings if you want / must follow the diet strictly, so, before going there, I did a research through the sites and read so many reviews: below I will report the safer places and where the food is good; it’s still important to specify well to the waiters that you have celiac disease.
In the United States, the organization that deals with consumer support, advocacy, and education of the gluten-free community is:
The symbol found on packaged products is this:
and this is the site of the group in charge of certifications ( there isn’t an online database of certified products yet).
The symbol that you find in the restaurants certificated as safe is this:
Here you can see their website where you can find the list of certified restaurants (but is not complete since are missing some restaurants where I’ve seen the symbol).
In most of New York hotels (medium-high price zone), there is the possibility of having gluten-free breakfast options, but it’s important to notify the hotel that you require gluten-free food at the moment of reservation.
Below are listed some hotels with their gluten-free options:
Address: 130 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036 – Phone: (212) 485-2400
Options offered: gluten-free bread, scones, and muffins.
Address: 141 E 44th St, New York, NY 10017 – Phone: (212) 351-6800
Options offered: gluten-free bread, muffins, snacks, entrees, and desserts.
Address: 15 Gold St, New York, NY 10038 – Phone: (212) 232-7700
Options offered: some dishes in the buffet are carefully prepared (attention to cross-contamination), gluten-free bread and muffins.
Address: 365 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10016 – Phone: (212) 685-7700
Options offered: gluten-free bread, cereal, and pastries.
Address: 310 W Broadway, New York, NY 10013 – Phone: (212) 965-3000
Options offered: gluten-free muffins, bagels, bread, and croissants. With a 48-hour notice, the chef can prepare anything else.
Address: 700 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019 – Phone: (212) 956-2888
Options offered: gluten-free bread and cereals.
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Address: 301 Park Ave, New York, NY 10022 – Phone: (212) 355-3000
Options offered: gluten-free bread, cereals, and pancakes.
Address: 28 East 63rd Street, at Madison Ave, New York, NY 10065 – Phone: (212) 838-1400
Options offered: gluten-free waffles, pancakes, and toasts.
Address: 25 E 17th Street – Phone: (212) 675-0550
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00 am – 10:00 pm / Saturday – Sunday 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Gluten-free ice-cream and cookies.
You can find gluten-free products in all chains of supermarkets, moreover:
Address: 77 W 85th St – Phone: (646) 781.9770
A shop that sells only gluten-free products: packaged products and fresh ones coming from the best gluten-free bakeries in New York.
Online shopping and home delivery.
Address: here writing “New York” into the search rectangle.
Hours: Everyday from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm
They sell organic products with a stock of gluten-free products.
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If you have been to New York City and you have tried other gluten-free places or have suggestions on those already entered, report it in the comments or email us: we’ll update the article with your suggestion.
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