Upvoted by Nate Monteverde and 9 others
78 5th Avenue, New York, NY
Answer found helpful by Ashley Belin and 4 others

Great spot for gluten free AND grain free eats! When I was on a super restricted diet for health reasons, this was the best spot. And now that I am doing well, I still go because you can count on almost every little thing being a good choice for your body!

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mike-davies

Mike Davies

New York

Invented the concept of second breakfast

Mike Davies

What GF option is the best to try here?

Reply about 2 years ago

Anna Luce

They have a ton of smoothies, breakfast and dessert options that are all tasty - personal preference comes into play there. And I'm pretty sure the only gluten they have is in their beer. In particular I've enjoyed the rotisserie chicken and REALLY enjoy the meatloaf. Their sides vary but the root mash is great, broccoli lime slaw... lots to try that's for sure!

Reply about 2 years ago

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792 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY
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Marilyn La Jeunesse

New York City

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Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Marilyn La Jeunesse

Writer & self-proclaimed foodie

Answer found helpful by Andrew Johnson

Finding a Chinese restaurant that offers gluten-free options might just be harder than finding a needle in a haystack. But, luckily, I stumbled upon Lilli and Loo. This UES restaurant is a great date place, but they also have take-out via Seamless, and it's equally as wonderful as dining in. Make sure to request the GF menu (which is about 4 pages long). I almost always get the crispy Thai spring rolls and rice noodle Pad Thai, but there are many other delightfully yummy options available. The staff is very knowledgable about their GF options. And added bonus is the restaurant is located around the corner from Sprinkles, which serves GF cupcakes, just in case you're craving dessert after dinner.

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sam-arnold

East village resident, major sweet tooth

Sam Arnold

East village resident, major sweet tooth

Answer found helpful by Virginie Bereznak and 4 others

With gluten-free and vegan pizza options, I bring all my friends with dietary restrictions here when we're craving pizza. Pie by the Pound even offers Gluten Free beer. The pizza, unfortunately, isn't available by the slice, which means you'll have to purchase a whole pie if you'd like to eat.The eatery was also voted to have one of the best thin-crust in all of NYC. The interior is nothing spectacular, but they do have communal tables and board games to play. The establishment also delivers, which is a convenient necessity during the winter. The pizza can be a bit pricey, but it's worth the price. It's a great place to stop before heading to the movies on Union Square.

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