If you're going gluten-free, sometimes it can take a little more research to be confident you can dine out in style without being restricted in flavour or chef creativity, even if you live in a huge city like New York.
Whether you want a gluten-free brunch to kick off the weekend, the run of a gluten-free tasting menu or simply to enjoy an authentic slice of Neapolitan gluten free pizza here's a selection of eateries, from informal dining to Michelin starred where you can be guaranteed some gluten-free fun in New York.
While not all of this selection are dedicated gluten-free restaurants, the menus can be confortably navigated to cater for people with gluten-free requirements.
This casual restaurant which first opened in Chelsea Market in 2009 now boasts five locations. There are plenty of gluten free choices on the menu for brunch timers, including the ever popular sell-out pastrami sandwich plus eggs any way you like them.
Executive Chef Wade Moises showcases the seasonal veg grown on the rooftop farm on his Italian menu - go for the "verdure" side of the menu and you'll miss the out on the gluten but not the flavour. See the brunch menu.
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Good news for those going gluten-free - Chef Enrique Olvera's exciting modern Mexican food served at Cosme lends itself naturally to being gluten-free, where corn is commonly used instead of wheat. Daniela Soto-Innes is the young chef in charge - meet her here.
After Central was named restaurant of the decade by Latin America's 50 Best, Virgilio Martínez is looking to explore new territories, but not without the help of some super-talented chefs. Meet the trio helping the Peruvian chef realise his vision in Russia and Japan.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.