Your Guide to Gluten Free Resturants

Are you the person who asks about every ingredient used in a dish? Are you highly familiar with the effects of cross-contamination? Are you the one at the table who can’t enjoy the bread basket? Then you know the value of going to a restaurant where the staff knows about gluten and how to meet the needs your gluten-free lifestyle. The following local restaurants are either completely gluten-free or have a separate gluten-free menu. Bon appetite!

5 Points Local: This completely gluten-free restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch on the weekend with vegan and vegetarian options. This location also includes coffee/tea options and a yoga studio for those looking to for everything in one location. What more could you need?!

Bird Bakery: If you are looking for a quick bite or sweet treat then Bird Bakery is the place. Enjoy a sandwich on gluten-free bread and finish your meal with a cupcake or brownie. You are sure to be satisfied.

Cerroni’s Purple Garlic: If you are looking for creative gluten-free pasta or pizza flavors you can find it here! Purple Garlic has 250 reviews and 4 stars on Yelp so they must be doing something delicious over there!

The Cove: If you are looking for a casual place to have a bite to eat and listen to good music then you’ve found your spot. The Cove offers local, organic food options including nachos, tacos, salads, and gluten-free buns for your burger.

Magnolia Pancake Haus: Magnolia Pancakes Haus has a delicious breakfast everyone can enjoy including gluten-free pancakes! Finally! The restaurant’s website states over 70% of our menu selections can be gluten-free by, substituting our special-recipe 100% gluten-free buckwheat pancakes, substituting grits instead of pancakes, add/sub fruit to your order. This is likely no surprise to anyone who has been gluten-free for a

Moshe’s Golden Falafel: While Moshe’s boasts their gluten-free options I would caution anyone with a severe allergy or celiac from eating here. While the falafel itself is gluten-free, in my experience, there is so much cross contamination between all the of the sides and sauces. This is a great option if you are looking to cut down on gluten or don’t mind cross-contamination.

Pharm Table: This mission of Pharm Table is to share real, farm-fresh meals that enable a better quality of life. The food completely eliminates dairy, wheat, and processed sugar. Best of all, the food is flavorful, fun, and will leave you feeling fantastic!

Powerhouse Bakery:  Ths Powerhouse Bakery is one of the newest restaurants in San Antonio and is completely gluten-free, non-GMO and uses all organic ingredients for a superior experience. They even make birthday cakes and do catering! Check them out!

Real Crumbles: While Real Crumbles doesn’t have a brick and mortar location their treats are not to be missed. Gluten-free donuts and cookies with a personal touch which makes them perfect for a special occasion or a ‘treat yo self’ moment.

Sweet Yams: If you are looking for high-quality ingredients and delicious home cooking than this is the place. You can get a gluten-free po-boy, mac & cheese, gumbo, chili, and greens. You have to check out this restaurant!

The Good Kind: The Good Kind focuses on delicious food that highlights ingredients based on seasons. The restaurant is located in the newly opened Bottling Company at the Pearl and offers options for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. Not to mention, this place has gluten-free mac and cheese!

Viva Vegeria: Viva Vefegeria is a vegan, gluten-free menu of Tex-Mex eats & baked goods served in colorful digs with a garden. Everything is made by hand and made to order so you get the freshest meal every time. Take a trip and try this place!

What is your favorite GF restaurant? Did I miss any amazing spots? Let me know!

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