Gluten Free Tips & Information for Living a Gluten Free Life.
316 Columbus Avenue, New York, New York, 10023
Pappardella on the Upper West Side of Manhattan (On Columbus Avenue between 75th and 74th Streets) offers a huge Gluten-Free Menu. (They also offer a seasonal GF lunch menu - click through to their site to view it.) Pizza, dinners, cheeses, small plates and more offer many, many options to the gluten-free palate.
The restaurant itself is in a great part of the Upper West Side.
Submitted on Jul 09, 2013
519 6th Avenue (at 14th Street), New York, New York, 10011
Gustorganics is New York's first USDA certified organic restaurant and beloved by locals. We stopped by before lunch and chatted with the waiters about their gluten free options. Their menu has gluten free notations. They have gluten free mac and cheese (it's not a substitute, but the actual menu option), mushroom risotto, filet mignon, skirt steak, lemon chicken, raw zucchini noodles, lettuce wraps and a number of side options such as salad, quinoa, mashed potatoes and much more.
Submitted on Mar 21, 2013
345 East 12th Street, New York, New York, 10003
Sarita's Mac and Cheese is located in the East Village (with a second location in Murray Hill and a kiosk in the park the Corner of Houston and 1st). They offer gluten free mac and cheese for all of their mac and cheese variations. Plus, they have lactose and dairy free options. There is a surcharge for all of these special diet options.
Submitted on Mar 19, 2013
Good Seasons Dressing and Recipe Mixes Now Contain Gluten! |
Kraft has gone ahead and added gluten to its Good Seasons Italian Salad Dressing and Recipe Mix. Horrible call from a company that has a true labeling policy that is quite helpful to those of us with sensitivities or allergies. One of our staples now unavailable to us.
Submitted on Mar 07, 2013
Washington D.C. Gluten Free Guide |
, Washington DC,
Last spring we visited Washington D.C. with our kids. I’ve been there many, many times, but really wanted to ditch the endless PB&J’s and find a lot of gluten free dining options. So, I researched and researched. For a gluten free adult, visiting D.C. is a breeze. There are many nice restaurants
Submitted on Jan 22, 2013