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Gluten Free in USA

From the big cities of New York and Los Angeles, to the beaches of Florida and everything in between. It is no surprise that so many people visit the USA each year. However, where can you eat Gluten Free when travelling across the country? Find previous recommendations here and do share your own as well.

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GustOrganics
Greenwich Village, New York City (NYC) View On Map
GustOrganics is the first and only certified organic restaurant in New York and America's first restaurant to use 100% USDA certified organic ingredients. GustOrganics holds a very dear place in my heart. In early 2009, I read a random article that mentioned this restaurant had a gluten-free 'hempanada' (This was a play on the classic empanada but made with gluten-free hemp flour.) I contacted the restaurant and was immediately inspired by their owner, Alberto Gonzales. He was so passionate about his organic restaurant and was eager to learn more about catering to his gluten-free clients. Over a couple of months, I worked with Alberto on perfecting his gluten-free menu. By February 2009, GustOrganics had easily integrated a gluten-free menu with their already amazing organic menu. Soon after, GustOrganics joined the GFRAP program and the rest is history. Tip: The GustOrganics organic cocktails are delicious!
Recommended By: @gfreefun / glutenfreeglobetrotter.com On: 2011-02-10

Heartland Brewery Midtown West
Times Square, New York City (NYC) View On Map
Conveniently located at the Port Authority Bus Terminal and just steps from Times Square and Bryant Park, Heartland Brewery Midtown West is an awesome option for both commuters and tourists. In conjunction with GFRAP, Heartland Brewery-Midtown West launched their gluten-free menu in the summer of 2010. Nachos, chicken wings, BBQ shrimp, and mussels are just a few of the gluten-free options on this lively brewery's menu. The label clearly identifies all of the gluten-free items and the servers are happy to answer all of your questions. Currently, the Heartland Brewery Midtown West sells the gluten-free Bard's Tale Beer to accompany your lunch or dinner.

Tip: At this time only the Midtown West location of the Heartland Brewery offers the gluten-free menu. Don't get confused with the other six locations in Manhattan!
Recommended By: @gfreefun / glutenfreeglobetrotter.com On: 2011-02-10


Risotteria
West Village, New York City (NYC) View On Map
This place is a hugely popular restaurant located in West Village. West Village was one of our favorite places in New York. It's a cute neighbourhood with many shops, cafes and restaurants. Risoterria serves many gluten-free items. Some GF options on their menu include risotto, pizza, pasta and panini. We tried the risotto, pizza and the panini. But first lets talk about the yummy breadsticks. They bring out these large GF bread sticks before your meal and let me tell you, these are the most amazing-tasting breadsticks ever. I would come back just for the breadsticks! I didn't care much for the pizza, but found the panini to taste fabulous. The bread tasted great (great texture and crumb, like normal bread). The risotto was pretty good, especially if you are a fan of that dish. The atmosphere at this place is casual, yet social. Prices are average; the service is superb but you may have to wait awhile for a table as this place gets very busy and there isn't much seating. They also sell ready made GF cupcakes, cookies, muffins as well as packages of GF items such as cookie mix, bread mix, pizza dough mix. My sister tried the banana bread and she said it was delicious! One more plus: They also have gluten free beer.
Recommended By: @gfnotebook / glutenfreenotebook.com On: 2010-11-04


Cavatappo
Manhattan, New York City (NYC) View On Map
Cavatappo offers a wide menu of wonderful Italian food in New York which also caters for those who need gluten free food. We have been eating there on holiday for about 12 years now (it was originally called Luca after the owner/chef). The food is excellent and the staff are friendly. Check out their menus online.
Recommended By: @katwoo2 / katrinawoodrowdigestivehealth.com On: 2010-10-21



Nizza
Manhattan, New York City (NYC) View On Map
Nizza is a great Italian place in the Hell's Kitchen area of Midtown, Manhattan. They have a respectable gluten free menu with several pastas, pizzas, and other entrees. They even have gluten free breadsticks and dessert! Being a Midtown restaurant, it is a little more pricey; but I think it is very worth it for a night out.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-28


BabyCakes NYC
Broome St, New York City (NYC) View On Map
BabyCakes NYC has got to be my favorite gluten free find to date. It's a pretty well-known allergy friendly (sugar-free, vegan, egg-free, etc) bakery in New York City. They are even popular enough that they have a location in LA and they publish books! Anyway, they have amazing cookies, muffins and cupcakes. The only problem is that their cupcake frosting melts very quickly, so if you pick them up on a hot day you have to get them into a fridge quickly. BabyCakes also sells spelt-based items.
Recommended By: @GF20Something / glutenfreetwentysomething.com On: 2010-09-09


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