Going to New York City is going to the land of many options, including many gluten-free ones. Eating gluten-free in New York City is pretty easy, and would take many trips for me to try them all. Considering I was sick on my trip to New York I was not able to try as many things as I wanted, but I will give you all my suggestions for your trips.
Apparently this restaurant is in the movie Serendipity and is famous for its frozen hot chocolate. The first day I was there I thought I felt better and set out to try out the famous frozen hot chocolate. Let me just say it was absolutely amazing! I had one to myself and I did not think it was that large considering that half of it was whipped cream, and I did not waste my breath on the cream only the delicious frozen hot chocolate underneath.
Now I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite foods before being diagnosed as gluten-intolerant was mac and cheese. Specifically, Panera’s mac and cheese. Sure I can make my own at home, but it is so nice to be able to go and get it easily. S’mac has a few locations in New York City and I would definitely recommend making it a priority to hit one up.
Since I was sick here are a few places I did not get to, but wanted to try.
Feeling the need for a little Mexican while you’re in New York? Rosa Mexicano has a gluten-free lunch and dinner menu making your dining experience simple and easy. They are well-known for their table side guacamole and hot chips, so stop by and relax as you enjoy a gluten-free meal.
Soy sauce and teriyaki sauce are commonly filled with gluten meaning I cannot just order Chinese in my hometown. Instead I have to buy my sauces and try to create Chinese myself. Well, at Lili’s 57 they have gluten-free fried rice and so much more on their gluten-free menu.
If you are gluten-free then you know how it tends to be hard to find restaurants that carry gluten-free buns and bread. Bloom’s Deli has both! They have a gluten-free menu that has many burgers and sandwiches to choose from. This was the one restaurant that I am really sad I didn’t get to since they had gluten-free bread; however, maybe one day I’ll get to return and try it out.