20 June 2008 ~ 22 Comments

Massachusetts Gluten Free…Part 1

Massachusetts has an impressive list of restaurants serving gluten free meals. I’ll list the ones I know about here, in alphabetical order by city: In all cases, you can get the restaurant location by clicking on the restaurant name and I have given you a link to the menu. as a matter of fact, the list is so extensive that my computer informed me that I had exceeded the amount of material that could be crammed into a single article. So, I am publishing this article in two parts.

Arlington. Mia Regazza. Menu states that “gluten free pasta is available” but does not go into specific detail. The address is not given on the website. It is 268 Washington Street.

Belmont. Stone Hearth Pizza, with locations in Belmont, Needham, and Cambridge. Click here for the gluten free menu.

Boston. Elephant Walk. This well know restaurant serves French and Cambodian cuisine. Gluten free menus are posted on-line with separate menus for lunch and dinner. You can click on them from the restaurant name.

Boston. Burton’s Grill. Click here for the gluten free menu or click on the restaurant name for locations.

Boston. Marco Restaurant. A restaurant offering French cuisine and mentioning it on its menu that “Marco now offers gluten free options”.

Boston. Wagamama. This is an internationally known chain of Japanese restaurants. Its only American locations are at Faneuil Hall in Boston and at Harvard Square. Click here for the menu.

Cambridge. Elephant Walk. See the Boston listing for information.

Cambridge. Stone Hearth Pizza. See the Belmont listing for information.

Dennisport (on Cape Cod). BZ’s Mexican Pizzeria features gluten free pizza. Click here for the menu.

Hadley. Butternuts. Describes itself as a “home and family restaurant”. I learned about this restaurant from a satisfied customer who e-mailed me on June 18. The e-mail mentioned that the owner’s son is a celiac. The website does not mention the restaurant’s gluten free status. Click here for the menu.

Hadley. Hillside Pizza. Click here and then scroll down to find a location. Then click to read that restaurant’s menu. Both restaurants offer takeout service and also have a “take-and-bake” option.

Harvard. Peaches Bakery and Deli. The gluten free menu is posted on the site. I discovered this bakery and delicatessen after reading an e-mail from an enthusiastic customer on June 18, 2008.

Hingham. Burton’s Grill. See their listing in the Boston section.

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Mattapoisett. The Kinsale Inn specializes in Irish cuisine and posts its gluten free menu on-line.

Needham. Hearth Stone Pizza. See their listing in the Belmont section

North Andover. Burton’s Grill. See their listing in the Boston section.

Northhampton. India House. I received an e-mail recommending this establishment on June 15. The menu is posted, we know that the majority of Indian food is gluten free, but this is not spelled out  on the menu.

South Deerfield. Hillside Pizza. Look at the listing for Hillside Pizza in Hadley for details.

Waltham. Elephant Walk. See their Boston listing for details.

Worcester. Boynton Restaurant. This restaurant offers gluten free pizza daily.

Worcester. Nancy Chang. Click here to read their gluten free menu.

If those offering are not enough, “Not Your Average Joes” serves gluten free food at 16 locations in Massachusetts. Click here to read their menu.

And don’t ignore Jake’s Dixie Roadhouse which serves food with an attitude in different locations in Massachusetts. Click here to read their gluten free menu.

That is enough information for one article. Click here to read about chain resaurants, celiac-friendly supermarkets, and gluten free support groups in Massachusetts.

Information added 4/22/09

460w x 60h (3) Gluten-Free Mall for Gluten-Free Foods

22 Responses to “Massachusetts Gluten Free…Part 1”

  1. Paul 30 July 2008 at 7:02 pm Permalink

    The Box Office Cafe in South Chatham, MA (Cape Cod) offers a wheat-free, gluten-free pizza, as well as a growing assortment of gluten-free snacks. Gluten-free muffins are on the way! Full menu available on their website.

  2. Kathy 28 October 2008 at 8:59 am Permalink

    There is a great bakery in Worcester that does gluten free baking. It is called On the Rise Bakery on Pleasant Street.

  3. Melanie 6 March 2009 at 4:46 pm Permalink

    Fresh City has a GF menu as well–you can check it out on a web kiosk in their store, and let them know you’re ordering the items GF. We’ve gone to their Natick store many times, and they have a lot of stores on the pike.

    Legal Sea Foods also has a “celiac menu”–they do a great job.

    Pepperoncini’s in Framingham serves GF beer and GF pizza! it’s a small sports bar right on 126 near downtown Framingham–good pizza, and they do easy take out.

  4. Toby Sandler 18 September 2009 at 8:25 am Permalink

    In Needham: Rice Barn, a Thai restaurant, offers gluten-free foods including wheat-free tamari sauce.
    In North End, Boston: Marco’s on Hanover Street. Call at least 24 hours in advance and they will bake delicious gluten-free bread, too. They have gluten-free pasta dishes.

  5. Judy 12 October 2009 at 4:52 pm Permalink

    Nancy Chang’s 372 Chandler Street in Worcester, MA has a Gluten-Free menu. Tel: 508.752 8899
    http://www.nancychang.com/order/?mid=2

  6. Laura 19 November 2009 at 12:32 pm Permalink

    Myers + Chang in the South End in Boston has a gluten free menu.
    http://www.myersandchang.com/index.php?p=385&menu=148

  7. Kenessa 5 January 2010 at 9:10 am Permalink

    Mia Regazza in Abington, MA has serves gluten-free italian:

    Mia Regazza
    268 Washington Street (Rt 18)
    Abington, MA 02351-2416
    (781) 871-5800
    http://www.miaregazza.com

  8. Tynisha Bollens 12 April 2010 at 2:53 pm Permalink

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  9. Shirley 3 May 2010 at 9:53 am Permalink

    Sam Diegos in Hyannis has a Gluten free Menus. Great Mexican

  10. Valerie 4 September 2010 at 2:59 pm Permalink

    Pete’s A Place in Danvers Ma, has gluten free Pasta and Pizzas

  11. Gia Razkowksi 14 April 2011 at 6:19 pm Permalink

    NANAS now has a Gluten Free Pizza Cafe in Everett, outside of Boston.
    GF BEER WINE AND WINGS for Fellow Celiacs to Enjoy with Friends and Family!!!

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  13. Dani 3 May 2011 at 11:31 pm Permalink

    Also Via in Worcester – gf pasta!

  14. Sara 7 June 2011 at 5:22 pm Permalink

    Spanky’s clam Shack in Hyannis has a gluten free menu with a pretty fair amount of items on it, including some non-fried seafood for those of you who want the Cape Code experience without the hassle!

  15. Becky 19 August 2011 at 7:03 am Permalink

    Tealuxe in Harvard Square now offers a full line of awesome gluten-free pastries! There are pumpkin muffins, blondies, raspberry tarts, biscotti, and all the bubbles for the bubble teas are gluten-free.

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  17. Sara W. 18 September 2011 at 12:23 pm Permalink

    I am visiting Worcester this week for business and I am so grateful for these restaurant suggestions in the area. It makes my trip so much easier! THANK YOU!!!

  18. Clare 3 June 2012 at 4:43 pm Permalink

    Benevento’s in the North End in Boston!! Awesome pizza and gluten free pasta!!


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