Best Gluten-Free Restaurants Las Vegas 2018
Las Vegas is best known for its expansive casinos, unique performances, high dollar shopping, and a nightlife like no other the world has seen. People travel from near and far in hopes of winning big and creating once in a life time experiences (that may or may not be spoken of again). The great news for gluten-free travelers? You can join in the fun and still experience plenty of delicious gluten-free options. These are the best gluten-free restaurants Las Vegas has to offer.
Best Dedicated Gluten-Free
100% dedicated gluten-free restaurants in Las Vegas. Considered the gold standard for diners with Celiac Disease.
With a name like GlutenZero, you can bet that gluten is not welcome at this dedicated gluten-free bakery. Owner Cris Parry says “we’ve changed our name from Parry’s Gluten-Free to GlutenZero Bakery because the FDA states that 20 ppm is safe for us. It is not safe! That is why we make everything on site from scratch! One of my greatest joys is to see people get healthier, to help them exceed their expectations and actualize their goals. All while realizing that a GlutenZero life is possible.”
So what gluten-free goodies can you expect to enjoy here? Everything from breads and pizzas to pies cakes and cupcakes. Take a look!
Their bread is delightful and chewy…not crumby!
Cupcakes are made from the finest chocolates and fruits. Flavors like German chocolate, raspberry tort, and carrot cake are popular. These flavors also come in regular cake sizes along with red velvet, lemon curd, and brownie.
Blackberry, pecan, cherry, pumpkin, and apple pies are all delicious. Cheese and pepperoni pizzas are available as well as take and bake pizzas and dough.
Before you go, don’t forget to grab some moist, chewy, and chocolatey cookies that are truly addictive!
Also accommodates: dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, vegan
House of Manchester Caribbean Grill
In North Las Vegas, savor fresh Caribbean flavors from lunch through dinner at dedicated gluten-free restaurant House of Manchester Caribbean Grill. Owner Mickel says “Because of the whole food and simple ingredient nature of our food, we can easily accommodate almost any allergy or preference. We even have dairy-free cheese that is soy-free and nut-free. Our entire menu contains no added sugars, and includes healthy meals, drinks, and desserts. We make our own cassava flour and NotBreads for our sandwiches from fresh, prebiotic, cassava roots. All of our marinades, sauces, desserts, ice cream, and organic house-made whipped cream are sweetened with pure, zero-glycemic, monk fruit extract.”
The chef’s favorite dish is pepperoni roasted garlic pizza—baked with a house-made parmesan or vegan NotBread (cassava), organic sugar-free tomato sauce, and turkey pepperoni.
Customers absolutely love the delightfully crispy, grain-free bammy fried chicken which is breaded using house-made cassava flour. Or try one of these other popular dishes:
The Mandeville wagyu pear burger or the vegetable run down made with 100% organic sweet potatoes, pumpkin, beans, and coconut cream.
Slow smoked, pimento spiced, baby back ribs.
Braised Tamari beef—rich, tender beef cooked with gluten-free tamari, carrots, celery, herbs and spices.
Vegan cinnamon apple monk fruit cake.
You can even purchase their gluten-free, cassava NotBread at (jahmanna.com).
Also accommodates: corn-free, dairy-free, egg-free, and meat-free
Just south of the 215 Beltway near Paseo Vista Park, you can find 100% gluten-free Great Grubbing. This bakery and café serves up muffins, juices, protein shakes, breakfast all day, burgers, salads, and pizzas at an affordable price. Here, you can enjoy decadent, flavorful food without sacrificing your health! Try one of the customer favorites below:
French toast made with homemade gluten free and vegan bread.
GF fully loaded egg BLT with homemade white vegan toast, fried eggs, guacamole spread, bacon, tomatoes, and romaine.
The vegan garden burger with spinach, kale, onion, microgreens, avocado, and sriracha mayo. Bun and burger made in house!
Fruits & Roots
Craving organic cold pressed juice, superfood smoothies, and wellness bowls that truly nourish body and brain? Then head over to Fruits & Roots—a dedicated gluten-free, organic cold pressed juice bar and wellness kitchen providing nutrition through real food. Be sure to try some of these bites while you’re in:
The FNR Pure Bowl which stands true to its name. It has no refined sugar, no fillers, and is topped with scratch-made granola (gf oats), fresh fruit, sprouted pumpkin seeds, coconut sprinkles and a locally grown organic edible flower.
The Sweet Asian wellness bowl with red and green cabbage, spinach, carrots, toasted cashew, sesame seed, pickled ginger, quinoa crisps, and ginger dressing. It’s healthful, flavor-filled, and plant powered!
Chicken quinoa wrap with spinach, red onion, 9 herb powerhouse chicken, cherry tomato and creamy avocado dressing, wrapped in a gluten-free wrap!
Adi’s Active Nutrition
In the mood for relaxed, casual dining with the cleanest, freshest, most wholesome food available? Stop into Adi’s Active Nutrition for delicious breakfast bowls and drinks and craveable lunch time meals.
The star of most dishes at this 100% gluten-free kitchen: the sweet potato. Here’s some of the dishes you can expect to enjoy.
Sweet potato wraps like chicken avocado spinach or turkey cranberry almond.
Try the ground turkey or portobello burger with an actual sweet potato for the bun! This thing is BIG!
The ground turkey lasagna with sweet potato “noodles” provides a healthy spin on a classic Italian dish.
Summer salads full of nature’s goodness.
Thai peanut sweet potato noodles bowl with chicken is a real crowd pleaser.
For dessert? This sweet potato “cheesecake” is baked fresh daily and a gluten-free dream come true.
In case you decide to go with one of the dishes with granola. Feel confident knowing they use Bob’s Red Mill gluten-free oats. This is a place that’s worth the trip off the strip to visit!
Best Gluten-Free Friendly
Not dedicated gluten-free restaurants but have taken steps to ensure a safer gluten-free dining experience.
Mon Ami Gabi
At the base of the Eifel Tower, located inside the Paris Hotel Casino, you can enjoy a view of the Bellagio fountains and classic French cuisine with plenty of gf options. “Accommodating our gluten-free guests is a priority to us at Mon Ami Gabi; we are proud to offer a variety of our signature dishes prepared gluten-free upon request.”
Most items on the breakfast menu can be made gluten-free with the exception of the crepes and any of the dishes that contain oats, since the oats are not certified gluten-free. There’s still plenty left to enjoy: egg dishes, spinach and goat cheese omelettes, gf waffles with warm blueberry syrup, and a special eggs benedict served with a gf chickpea fritter. Oh, and gf toast on the side (prepared at a separate gf station in an oven) with butter and delicious fruit jam.
For the lunch and dinner menus, all gluten-free items include warm gluten-free bread with sweet cream butter and a complimentary amuse of olives with roasted garlic, orange and herbs. Here are some popular gf dishes to try:
The chicken grand-mère with bacon, mushrooms, and pommes purée.
Trout almondine with french green beans, brown butter, and lemon.
Steak and gluten-free frites.
End a filling meal with gf dessert options like chocolate mousse, vanilla crème brûlée with burnt vanilla custard, and seasonally inspired sorbet.
Across from the Wynn Hotel, stop into Stripburger for lunch, dinner, happy hour or a late-night bite! While it doesn’t have a designated gluten-free menu, most burgers can be made gluten-free and can come on a gluten-free bun.
The staff and managers are very accommodating and will take extra steps to prevent cross-contamination if you mention you’re celiac or have an allergy. That includes marking all gluten-free and allergy meals with picks before they are served. One thing management specifically says to avoid is the veggie burger since it does contain gluten.
Don’t forget to get your fresh hand-cut fries cooked in a dedicated fryer. They even serve Joseph James gluten-free ale in a can. Stripburger is under the Lettuce Entertain You (LEYE) restaurant group umbrella which is well known for offering gf options and having at least some procedures in place to prevent cross-contact.
El Segundo Sol
Across the street from the Wynn, next door to Stripburger, you’ll find El Segundo Sol offering a taco experience like no other. There’s an extensive gluten-free menu, accommodating staff, and so many delicious, authentic Mexican eats.
Start off your meal with bottomless corn tortilla chips fried in a dedicated gf fryer with charred tomato salsa, roasted tomatillo salsa, and pico de gallo.
Add in a bowl of fresh-made guacamole.
Enjoy chicken, beef, or veggie quesadillas on corn tortillas.
Chicken, carne asada, slow braised pork, or mahi mahi tacos on corn tortillas are a great gf choice.
Finish of the meal with a rich and creamy, caramel-drizzled flan.
Also accommodates: dairy-free
South of the 215 Beltway in Sansone park plaza, you’ll find plenty of delicious sweet and savory crepe options at Crepe Expectations. They use gluten free batter on a dedicated griddle with plenty of flavors to explore. Oh, and by the way, they’re right next door to GlutenZero Bakery!
At Veranda, you’ll receive the kind of care and attention you’d expect from any restaurant that’s part of The Four Seasons. Breakfast through dinner, sit inside or out on the terrace at this trattoria-style Italian restaurant and enjoy a selection of gf options from a clearly marked menu. Staff are well-versed in what can be prepared gluten-free and the steps taken in the back of the kitchen to prevent cross-contamination.
For breakfast, enjoy a gluten-free sampler with coffee or tea, gluten free waffle, berries, scrambled egg whites and a warm almond milk rice pudding. Try the shrimp street tacos or Tuscan chicken salad for lunch with shaved parmesan, tomato, pine nuts, grilled artichoke, and kalamata olives. Close out the meal with gf tiramisu and vanilla bean sauce. For lunch and dinner, gluten-free pasta is also available, cooked in separate water at a separate station to prevent cross-contamination.
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
At the MGM Grand, Wolfgang Puck reinvents American bar and grill food with approachable, California-inspired cuisine in a casual and lively setting. Here, you’ll have a separate gluten-free menu with plenty of comfort food favorites like gluten-free pasta (cooked in separate water), chicken and salmon dishes, and even dessert options. There’s plenty of energy and a festive, welcoming vibe for big or small groups.
For a view overlooking the Lazy River just off Mandalay Beach, two floors of patio dining, and a beautiful outdoor bar, stop into Border Grill to sip margaritas and savor bold flavors of Mexico. With gluten-free menu items clearly marked, and much of the menu either gluten-free or able to be prepared gf, you’re sure to find plenty to eat from brunch through dinner.
Here’s an overview of what to expect: steak and eggs for brunch or go lighter with a chia blueberry power parfait; gluten-free corn tortilla chips (fried in a dedicated fryer) with plenty of salsa and guacamole; for lunch or dinner, try the Yucatan pork slow roasted in banana leaves, the spicy shrimp tacos in hand-pressed corn tortillas, or the green corn tamales with salsa fresca and sour cream.
Border Grill can also be found at the forum shops in Caesars.
Also accommodates: vegan
Mint Indian Bistro
With a food philosophy grounded in fresh, flavorful, colorful food, you’re sure to love the authentic Indian food Mint Indian Bistro has to offer.
The lunch buffet, as well as the dinner menu, has plenty of clearly marked gluten-free options. Try a sampling of many dishes by ordering the prixe fixe menu. The gluten-free roti made with buckwheat flour and brushed with oil will go perfect with your meal!
Also accommodates: vegan, vegetarian
Inside the Mandarin Oriental, enjoy Asian fusion with American classics at Mozen Bistro. The restaurant has an extensive gluten-free menu with plenty of options from breakfast through dinner. For breakfast, try the smoked salmon with whipped cream cheese on a gf bagel or the over easy fried egg and southwest quinoa. Another great choice—gf waffles and pancakes! Other options throughout the day include gf kale ricotta ravioli or burgers with gf chips. Stop in at dinnertime for butter chicken, egg-fried rice with with gluten-free soy sauce, or pistachio crusted Alaskan halibut.
Lazy Joe’s Fish & Chips
For gluten-free fish and chips and all kinds of yummy fried goodness, head to Lazy Joe’s Fish & Chips in south Las Vegas. Here you’ll find plenty of fresh seafood options like shrimp, scallops, clams, and oysters hand breaded in a gluten-free blend and fried in pure soybean oil. On the side? How about some of these fried goodies: zucchini sticks, mushrooms, French fries, and onion rings. Just be sure to specify you’re celiac or gluten sensitive and avoid the menu items that do contain gluten—sandwich buns and rolls, gyros, pita, malt vinegar, and hush puppies.
Inside the Mandalay Bay, the ultimate build your own burger experience awaits from the kitchen of famous restaurateur Hubert Keller. Build your burger with beef, buffalo, turkey and more, a range of gourmet toppings and gluten-free buns. Enjoy steak fries from a dedicated fryer and gluten-free hard cider to wash it all down.
Eiffel Tower Restaurant
Looking for a romantic fine dining experience in Las vegas with a separate gluten-free menu? What better place than a restaurant that sits 100-feet above the strip with some of the best views in the city. The selection is not as extensive as others but the gf options are absolutely full of flavor.
Options include dishes like casco bay sea scallops and the grand seafood platter with lobster, shrimp, crab, oysters, and clams.
Caviar is also on the table (if you’ve got the budget or winnings for it!). Eiffel Tower Restaurants management says “we take dietary restrictions very seriously and we are able to modify many dishes for guests.” Just make sure you alert your server and they’ll help guide you through the options.
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