I'm heading to New York in the near future, so this post is all about GF places that I am planning to
d)be jealous of
e)all of the above
The post will be edited sporadically until I leave...so that I can use it to find places when I am there. After I return, I'll update the blog to influence my future trips (and maybe yours..)
Nussbaum & Wu -- sign outside says they have GF options; located on Broadway at 113th.
Community Food & Juice - Has GF Beer on the menu, but I am not sure about food choices and it seems a bit pricey - even for NY. I'll investigate.
New York, NY 10025
(Between 112TH & 113TH Streets)
Babycakes - I'm looking forward to trying the banana chocolate chip loaf. Soon to add a place in LA.
248 Broome Street (Btwn Orchard & Ludlow)
New York City, NY 10002
(on the lower east side)
The owner wrote a cookbook...read the recipes carefully to stay GF.
Heathers BarSays they offer GF beer and cider with GF dedicated glasses. In the east village, but I have no idea about the ambiance or clientele (anyone care to witness a potential awkward moment?).
Opens at 4pm Thurs-Saturday, 6pm Sun-Wednesday.
506 EAST 13TH STREET
BETWEEN AVENUES A & B
Lula's Sweet Apothecary - some GF ice-creams.
516 EAST 6TH STREET
Blue Smoke - BBQ place near Madison Square Park. Gluten free menu available online (PDF).
Haakon's Hall - Claims on the website that the Chef has experience with gf food and celiac disease. GF pasta, pizza, beer. Worth a shot...
1187 Amsterdam Avenue New York City, NY 10027 - Phone: 1.212.300.4166
Chipotle - see my earlier post under places I eat. Nice Plan B or Plan C. More pricey in Manhattan than SoCal. There is one at Broadway and 110th, if you don't want to look it up on the Chipotle site.
Monday, November 16, 2009
GF Travel - New York, NY
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BabyCakes was really good but a little pricey. It was a hole in the wall with just 2 tables and a few bar seats. I recommend the chocolate donut.ReplyDelete