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Where to Eat Gluten Free in Atlanta

When we first found out that my son was allergic to wheat, and that a gluten-free diet would be the best way to keep him safe, one of my main concerns was:

BUT WHERE CAN WE EAT?

We live in the south. In Atlanta to be exact. The land of everything FRIED. But over the years, we’ve found more and more places to eat gluten free in Atlanta. We have eaten at all of these restaurants and my picky eater will eat at these restaurants, so I can honestly say go here.

WHERE TO EAT GLUTEN FREE IN ATLANTA

WHERE TO EAT GLUTEN FREE IN ATLANTA

Uncle Maddios

eat gluten free in Atlanta at Uncle Maddios

If you have been following this blog or me on Instagram for any amount of time, you know we LOVE Uncle Maddios Pizza. The gluten-free pizza crust here is wonderful, and they will add any topping you like.

Sally’s Gluten Free Bakery

When I need baked goods, one of my go to places to go is Sally’s Gluten Free Bakery in Roswell. Cupcakes, fresh bread, pies, cakes….you name it, they have it. And the pecan pie during the holidays is glorious!

Mary Mac’s Tea Room

eat gluten free in atlanta 10 on 10 project at Mary Macs

I was so surprised when I learned that this Atlanta icon had a gluten-free menu! This landmark is all things southern and Atlanta. The gluten-free menu is extensive and will keep even the pickiest eater (read Pookah) satisfied.

Bar Taco

Bartaco has three locations in the Atlanta Area: Westside, Buckhead, and Inman Park. What is great about this place is that the majority of its taco and tamale menu is dedicated gluten free. The tacos are made with corn tortillas. All dishes with gluten on the menu have an *  .

Yeah Burger

gluten free in Atlanta Yeah Burger in Virginia Highlands

Located in Virginia Highlands and the Westside, this great find that prides itself on local ingredients, organic produce, dairy products and grass-fed beef. So it makes total sense that they would have a great gluten-free menu. You can get anything from hamburgers( obviously) to hot dogs on a gluten-free bun.

Egg Harbor Cafe

Looking for a great breakfast/brunch spot? We always are! Egg Harbor Cafe is the perfect spot to get gluten-free pancakes, cinnamon rolls, grits or sandwiches. And there is now a new location right on Peachtree.

Lavender Asian Cafe

We love Chinse Food. But my son had never been able to try it even until I found this local spot. Located in Lawrenceville ( Northeast Atlanta) this restaurant has an extensive ( 5 page) Gluten-free menu full of Classics like General Tsao’s Chicken, Mongolian Beef, sweet and sour shrimp and more. All the gluten free items that require frying are made using cornstarch and cooked in a separate pan. And there is gluten free soy sauce! , 

Chick a Biddy

Located in Atlantic Station, I discovered this one by accident. But from Brunch offerings like the Almond pancakes to the Gluten Free Onions rings, this is a great little spot. And it has great outdoor space for people watching while you enjoy your food!

Ted’s Montana Grill

eat gluten free in atlanta One of our favorite places to eat is at Ted's Montana Grill! It's one of our favorite spots here in Atlanta.

If you live in Atlanta I’m sure you’ve had one of  Ted’s famous Bison Burgers. You can get those Bison Burgers with gluten-free buns, the Prime Rib, the fries and a whole lot more on their wonderful gluten-free menu that satisfies even my picky little eater.

The Flying Biscuit

I had no idea they had gluten-free selections! There is no separate gluten-free menu, but the gluten-free items are clearly marked.  From omelets to grits to ” moon dusted potatoes” my son eats worry free here. And so do we!

 

So if you were worried about eating gluten free in Atlanta DON’T!! Just get out there and eat! What are some of your favorites? Let me know in the comments.

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Eve Carter

Wednesday 1st of May 2019

I so love Atlanta. I've only been there twice and the first time I was completely surprised at how much great food there was. It's a shame you don't really hear a lot about Atlanta in the food shows, unlike NYC, LA, etc.