I stayed in Midtown in December, and it allowed me the opportunity to try restaurants in the neighborhood with gluten-free options.
Let’s face it – when you are on vacation, not everyone wants to walk 20 blocks or take a cab. Sometimes, you want something close to your hotel. It’s a fast pace area with a lot of hotels, restaurants, and you can walk to several iconic landmarks.
The Little Beet is an order to go or a sit and enjoy type of place. They offer seasonal items at reasonable prices. It’s faster than most restaurants since the food is already prepared.
I’m genuinely addicted to By Chloe. The avocado toast, burgers, and rotating sweet items are unique finds and worth the trip.
If you are staying in the area, these gluten-free restaurants in midtown NYC should satisfy you during your stay.
Best Gluten Free Restaurants Midtown NYC (restaurants with gluten-free options and 100% vegan)
By Chloe (vegan restaurant with beer and wine, air baked fries, house made burgers, salads, pasta, and sweets); Several Locations
Cinnamon Snail (vegan sandwiches, burgers, and pastries at a food-court counter serve); 2 Pennsylvania Plaza, New York, NY 10121
Blossom Du Jour (bowls, sandwiches, wraps, and sides); Several Locations
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