HOME > Chowhound > Greater Boston Area >
Do you create unique foods?
TELL US

Gluten Free/North End/Inexpensive - Possible?

t
thegirlwholovestoeat Mar 26, 2010 07:42 AM

My sister's boyfriend is in town from Las Vegas and really wants to have dinner in the North End on Monday 3/29. We will be meeting them there around 6:30pm. My sister has a gluten allergy and, while it's not mandatory, we would love to find a restaurant with GF pasta. I know Marco has some GF offerings, and we will go here if it it the only choice, but I was hoping to find something a bit less pricey. Any suggestions? I know there are some great choices outside of the NE (Erbaluce, Burton's Grill, etc), but with the way everyone's schedule worked out, we are only looking for options in this area.

  1. m
    MartyF1112 Mar 29, 2010 11:26 AM

    Nebo (http://www.neborestaurant.com/menu.html) has a gluten-free menu. I've never eaten there but it gets pretty good reviews.

    -----
    Nebo Restaurant and Bar
    90 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02114

    2 Replies
    1. re: MartyF1112
      t
      thegirlwholovestoeat Mar 29, 2010 11:34 AM

      Thanks Marty - We did some research end actually did end up deciding on Nebo. Looks promising!

      -----
      Nebo Restaurant and Bar
      90 North Washington Street, Boston, MA 02114

      1. re: thegirlwholovestoeat
        w
        Wannabfoode Mar 29, 2010 02:06 PM

        food is great at nebo, and my gluten-free friend calls it her go to place

    2. s
      Salognese Mar 27, 2010 09:14 PM

      ... girl...;
      Having worked for years in the North End, I would never recommend dining in the North End, but, that being as it may, if you are going to eat in the North End, I suggest you call Jose Duarte at Taranta. He is the owner, and has put a lot of his restaurant's food emphasis on organic and fresh food cooking. If he doesn't already have gluten- free pasta, I'm sure he will get some for you. (And you might want to ask him for some rice crackers to have instead of bread as well.) Carmen might be another alternative, but I'm not sure of that. I hope that helps.

      Show Hidden Posts