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Boston for Gluten-Free’ers

Boston for Gluten-Free’ers

This post was written by Claudette Newhall, Librarian at the Congregational Library and Archives

These apps can help you locate gluten-free and/or allergy safe restaurants. You may want to search by the address of the Convention Center (415 Summer St, Boston, MA 02210)  or an area of Boston (Boston Seaport, Faneuil Hall, or Boston North End).

  • Find Me Gluten Free
  • Allergy Eats — There is overlap with Find Me Gluten Free. They also have a list of “Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains.”

Both my husband and mother-in-law have Celiac Disease and we are very particular about eating in trustworthy restaurants. The restaurants listed below are ones where we have eaten several times and that we recommend.

Near the Convention Center

  • Legal Seafood Harborside:  Seafood and more. They have a gluten-free menu with lobster and fried seafood available. They are good about accommodating any other allergy-related requests.
  • Legal Test Kitchen: Seafood and more. They have a gluten-free menu (not the same menu as Legal Harborside) and they are good about accommodating any other allergy-related requests.
  • Rosa Mexicano:  Mexican food. They have a gluten-free menu.
  • Blue Dragon:  Asian plus.  They have a gluten-free menu.  They are good about accommodating any other allergy-related requests.
  • Nebo: Italian food.  They have a gluten-free menu and gluten-free pasta.

Downtown Boston

  • Back Deck: American food.  They have a gluten-free menu.
  • Legal Crossing: Seafood and more. They have a gluten-free menu (not the same menu as Legal Harborside) and they are good about accommodating any other allergy-related requests.

Chinatown

  • SA PA: Vietnamese good. They have a gluten-free menu.
  • Many other restaurants in Chinatown can also offer gluten-free dishes by request. Call ahead to each specific place you are interested in to make sure.

North End

  • Many restaurants in the North End offer gluten-free pasta. Call ahead to each specific place you are interested in to make sure.

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