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Any suggestions for restaurants with a gluten free menu in Manhattan?

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  1. My brother has celiac. Here are places that are safe for him:

    Friedman's Lunch: http://www.friedmanslunch.com/
    S'Mac: http://www.smacnyc.com/what.html
    ZPizza: http://www.zpizza.com/food/ingredients/
    TuLu's Bakery: http://tu-lusbakery.com/
    Rosa Mexicana: http://www.rosamexicano.com/Menus/tab...
    Del Posto

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    S'Mac
    345 E 12th St, New York, NY 10003

    Friedman's Lunch
    75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011

    1. Not a restaurant, but when you are in the mood for bakery items don't miss Babycakes -- lots of top notch gluten free items, we stock up on every NYC visit. see http://www.babycakesnyc.com/about.html

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      Babycakes
      248 Broome St, New York, NY 10002

      1. www.bistangonyc.com . Great menu; affordable prices. We've never had a bad time there.

        1. My favorite is Pala:

          http://www.palapizza.com/

          The gluten-free pizza is so good that I had to double-check with them that my order was indeed gluten-free. They use a dedicated fryer for the apps and other fried foods (I had delectable stuffed squash blossoms earlier in the Fall)... well worth a visit.

          Lili's 57 (asian food) has a gluten-free menu -- the gluten-free tempura is a real treat:

          http://www.lilis57.com/

          I concur with Bistango -- it's friendly and has a nice menu and good food.

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          Pala
          198 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002

          1. Bar Breton has lots of gluten-free menu items, and they're clearly indicated on there. The burgers and crepes are good.

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            La Quenelle
            254 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10020

            1. Blue Smoke has a gluten free menu...and gluten free beer!

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              Blue Smoke
              116 East 27th Street, New York, NY 10016

              1. Risotteria in the West Village is another good option.

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                Risotteria
                270 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

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                1. re: sheio

                  Risotteria is good when it's good, and nastily awful when it's bad, including a rude attitude of "we won't correct any problems". On my last visit there I was served a mediocre pizza (I didn't complain about it -- I accepted its slightly soggy crust and cold sausage) and inedible carrot cake. The carrot cake was dry and impossible to swallow unless you had a heavy oil-based lubricant for it - of which I had none. It had been recommended to me by the server. I explained (nicely) that it was dry and not edible (my dining partner concurred) -- and asked if it was possible to substitute something else. The answer was "NO". We went back and forth about it and I was finally told that if I wanted to do anything at all about it other than pay the $7 for it (our total tab was around $80 for two), that I would have to come back during the day to speak to the owner. I explained it would be better use of my time to just point the poor quality of food and service whenever I had the chance. :-)

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                  Risotteria
                  270 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014