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Pastry Chef at The St Regis Hotel
They've been written up for Chef Bobby's grandma pie, but Bobby has always made a great burger everywhere he's been, and he does just about every protein well. The drinks are excellent and they are open till 12 every night.
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Restaurant & Bars Manager with Starwood
The Redhead, though more popular these days than in the past is amazing. The fried chicken is one of the best in the city. The cocktail menu is ever changing, and you must get a homemade soft pretzel.
Media/PR, wine lover, cheese addict
I would go out of my way and just order the pretzel here if I could, it's that good!
over 1 year ago
Jordan H Franklin
Top notch gluten free pizza (celiac approved)
True gluten free available (celiac approved).
Huge restaurant with multiple dining rooms, and main-stay of the Lincoln Square area.
True gluten free options (celiac approved).
All the fish on the menu is excellent, but there's better sushi to be had elsewhere. Get a real cut of fish - you'll be happy you did.
Best crust on a gluten free pizza I've had in NYC. Legit gluten free - celiac approved.
They have a full menu with gluten free pasta options as well.
It's loud and generally crowded - make a reservation.
Nice date spot with bar area seating and proper dining room to choose from.
They take gluten free seriously - tell your server you mean business.
Decent food (there are other better options on this list), but it is true gluten free (celiac approved)
True gluten free menu (celiac approved)
True gluten free burgers in NYC (celiac approved)
True gluten free (celiac approved)
True gluten free pizza and pasta (celiac approved)
True gluten free available (celiac approved)
Large mexican dining room with a real gluten free menu (celiac approved).
The table-side guacamole service is a specialty, and it's one of the better guacs in the city.
It's big and loud, and you need a reservation.
Have a sangria at the bar while you wait for your table.
Fancy, traditional Italian menu with over-the-top service. Large and loud dining room with an old-fashioned style dinner service (you'll be waited on by 5 people, salads mixed at your table, flambes done table-side, etc).
True gluten free options available (celiac approved), but the wait-staff may have a little language barrier. Don't hesitate to ask for the maitre d to be sure you're getting the right stuff.
Attracts an older customer than your average restaurant - not many hip young 20-somethings in this place.
Varied, large American menu with true gluten free options (celiac approved).
Generally crowded - make a rezzy for dinner.
Nice little dinner spot with a true gluten free menu (celiac approved).
The menu's very short, so check it out before you go.
Kosher (not glot kosher) mediterranean and middle eastern style food. Ask for true gluten free (celiac approved), vegetarian, or vegan (they do it all).
Good for delivery.
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