Are there gluten free restaurants in Austin Texas? That might be a strange question to many people around here because Austin is known for delicious food that makes your mouth water! But gluten free? Many would shudder and think that would be impossible because you would sacrifice taste. And for many people, that would be a bridge too far! But what if I told you that you could have the best of both worlds in Austin? Really? Yes, you can have delicious gluten free food and here are a couple of the city’s best restaurants below:
Gluten Free Restaurants Austin Texas
Wilder Wood – Located on 1300 East 7th Street, this restaurant bar has been in operation for over 18 years. You currently have the option to dine in, curbside pick up or no contact delivery. (With the COVID-19 situation being what it is, please check ahead to make sure dining in is still an option.) The restaurant has a 100% gluten free menu! Some of the items available from their menu are Avocado Cream Enchiladas, Country Fried Chicken, Black Angus Rib Eye, Brisket Enchiladas, Wilder Fajitas, Street Tacos, and Portabello Provolone Burger.
PICNIK – There are two locations with one at 4801 Burnet Road and the other on 1700 South Lamar Boulevard. During the pandemic, the restaurants are offering pick up and to go only currently. (No dining in right now.) They are gluten free, soy free, and peanut free. This is excellent for all the food allergies you might have in your family! There are also vegan, egg free and nut free meal options. Some of the items from their menu are Harvest Hash, Avocado Toast, Creamy Queso, Chicken Tenders, Fish Tacos, Pan Seared Salmon, and Crispy Chicken Thighs.
Delicious gluten free food in Austin is here! Everyone can now taste what this city has to offer, even if they have Celiac disease or a serious gluten allergy or intolerance. No longer do you need to sit on the sidelines in the foodie game! Now you can eat like the rest do which is a beautiful thing. And, the restaurants have plenty of options to keep everyone eating well and staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic, too.
Yes everyone can have their gravy and eat it too so to speak. So plan your next tasty meal without any hesitation. But do it safely. Be well my friends!