Gluten-Free NYC

Yes, I’ve gone gluten-free, and I’m feeling better than ever. This page of my blog is simply an alphabetical index (by name of restaurant/store/market/etc.) of gluten-free or gluten-free-friendly places I’ve blogged about, so you don’t have to do lots of searches to find them on my blog. I’ll update this list as often as I can.

BabyCakes NYC — Lower East Side, New York City

Baked — Brooklyn, New York City

Danny Macaroons — New York City

Dominique Ansel — Soho, New York City

food festivals — New York City

Georgetown Cupcake — Soho, New York City

Magnolia Bakery — West Village, New York City

Pala — Lower East Side, New York City

Tu-lu’s Gluten Free Bakery — East Village, New York City

9 Responses to Gluten-Free NYC

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  2. jennynoowyn says:

    just found this blog – will def be following as I am moving to NYC in June and sure I’ll find lots of great food tips here! keep it up :)

    • justcooknyc says:

      thanks for visiting. this section of my blog is pretty new, but i’ll keep working on it. good luck with your move, and maybe we’ll cross paths when you get here. the food blogger community in NYC is always coming up with interesting events.

  3. jennynoowyn says:

    yeah for sure! where do you normally find out about these events?

    • justcooknyc says:

      i guess it’s mostly word of mouth. once you move here, if you meet a few people like me, then you’ll realize how connected the food community is, even though the city seems so large.

  4. Stephanie says:

    Keep the list growing! I’m out of NYC, but drop back in to visit my alma mater/friends, and often flail wildly when it comes to eating safely GF. I haven’t read the posts, but it would be great to have notes about contamination awareness as that’s a major concern for those with celiac. You know: the chicken’s GF but you grill it with the beef soaked in soy sauce sort of things.

    • justcooknyc says:

      i’ll keep working on the list, but it’s more of a labor of love. in most cases i can’t vouch for contamination issues. i’d urge anyone with Celiac to inquire themselves, of course.

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  6. Dahlia Bachtold says:

    Switching to a gluten-free diet is a big change and, like anything new, it takes some getting used to. You may initially feel deprived by the diet’s restrictions. However, try to stay positive and focus on all the foods you can eat. You may also be pleasantly surprised to realize how many gluten-free products, such as bread and pasta, are now available. Many specialty grocery stores sell gluten-free foods. If you can’t find them in your area, check with a celiac support group or go online. ,

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