Steering clear of gluten doesn’t mean needing to miss out on your favorite foods or restaurants. Many restaurants in the city offer gluten-free menu items or GF modifications. Here are 6 restaurants we love that offer gluten-free and allergy-friendly options. 

City Works 

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One of our favorite downtown happy hour spots is also a great option for those looking to steer clear of gluten. City Works has a separate gluten-free menu so you won’t find yourself with limited options. The menu ranges from staples like the City Works Burger and a chopped salad to creative options like the Cauliflower Steak. 

Senyai Thai Kitchen 

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Senyai is one of our favorite Shadyside restaurants, and their menu is clearly marked with spice levels, vegan options, and gluten considerations. Some menu items like the pad thai and mango salad are gluten-free, while others like the crab fried rice can be made gluten-free. Senyai is currently open daily for take out. 


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honeygrow is another great option with a clearly marked menu. The spicy garlic and red coconut curry sauces are gluten-free. A personal favorite is the red coconut curry with rice noodles, tofu, pineapples, jalapenos, carrots, and scallions. honeygrow’s greek salad and cobb salad are also gluten-free. 

Pastoli’s Pizza, Pasta and Paisans 

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Between their pizzas and hoagies, Pastoli’s has tons of great options for those with gluten intolerance and allergies. Try the GF pizza with standard toppings or specialty pizzas. Pastoli’s uses Daiya mozzarella and cheddar as a vegan cheese alternative. And they’re known for exceptional gluten-free hoagies. 

Double-Wide Grill 

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Double-Wide Grill is what summer dreams are made of. With a large patio, dog-friendly area, and great BBQ and drink options, this is a sunny summer spot with plenty of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. Many items are gluten-free or can be made with modifications. Try the Nachos Grande piled high with corn, black beans, pico de gallo, and cilantro. Double Wide has several salads, burgers and bbq items that can be made gluten-free. 

B52 Vegan Cafe 

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Healthy eating options abound at B52 Vegan Cafe. The fried oyster mushrooms, mixed green salad, and red lentil soup are all gluten-free. Wraps can be made with a substitute of gluten-free bread. B52 GF items are made without gluten, but there may be a risk of cross contamination. B52 is currently offering takeout, and orders can be placed online. 

Looking for something sweet? Check out our list of the best places for gluten-free sweets in Pittsburgh.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Emily Munk

A Pittsburgh transplant, Emily moved to the city in 2016. She loves traveling, training for races, finding new places to eat (all for you, MadeinPGH readers), doing anything in the cultural district, and volunteering with Pittsburgh Young Professionals. In addition to being a MadeinPGH contributor, she is the senior content marketer for a Fortune 500 supply chain solutions company.

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