If you’re visiting Miami and hoping to eat in a wide range of restaurants, you could find yourself limited to what you’re able to choose from the menu. If you suffer from Coeliac Disease and are intolerant to anything that contains gluten, you no doubt know how difficult eating out can be. Fortunately, in Miami there are a lot of places that serve gluten-free dishes as part of the menu, while there are others that only serve gluten-free dishes.

Here is a list of those places that are well worth a visit so you ensure you stay gluten-free for the whole of your vacation:

Naked Pizza

Naked Pizza is as the name would suggest, a pizza joint, but it’s one with a difference. There are to date, a number of gluten-free 12 inch pizzas on the menu. It’s reassuring to know each gluten-free pizza is cooked in a separate oven from the rest of the pizzas, and the staff do their very best to ensure your pizza remains ok for you to eat. Found at 1260 Washington Avenue, this restaurant serves some particularly tasty food that you may struggle to get elsewhere.

Green Wave Café

If you’re looking for a place that sells gluten-free food and nothing else, the Green Wave Café at 5221 West Broward Blvd in Plantation, which isn’t far from Miami, could be the place to go. Here you will have the opportunity to taste a wide variety of food you perhaps thought you would never try again (Such as the cheesecake).

Yard House

Located at 320 San Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables, the Yard House is a friendly and relaxed place to eat. While the menu doesn’t have a vast amount of gluten-free options available, there are some on offer. The fact that an establishment such as this makes the effort to prepare food that’s suitable for our consumption is hopefully an indicator that others will follow suit. With a pleasant atmosphere and tasty food, the Yard House is definitely worth a visit.

There are also a number of restaurants that aren’t well-known for serving dishes suited to our way of life, but they do. These restaurants include:

  • Mazza Mediterranean Cuisine, 15749 Pines Boulevard
  • Seasons 52, 2428 East Sunrise Boulevard
  • Mellow Musroom, Delray Beach
  • P.F Chang’s China Bistro, 8888 SW136th St and 17455 Biscayne Boulevard
  • La Esquina del Lechon, 8601 NW 58 St
  • Primo’s Pizza And Pasta, 17173 Mirama Pkwy
  • Lola’s On Harrison, 2032 Harrison St
  • Shake Shack, 1111 Lincoln Rd
  • Anatolia Mediterranean, 212 S Federal Hwy
  • Bonefish Grill, 4545 Western RD

Please note there are more restaurants and cafes that provide gluten-free food. These days more and more food establishments become more aware of how widespread gluten intolerance is, we can begin to eat out with less difficulty.

Whenever you visit a restaurant/café that has gluten-free food on the menu, it’s always best to ensure you specify you need to eat gluten-free food so there’s no mix up. Happy eating!

Author Bio: Rachel Jones is a true explorer at heart and can be found discovering the hidden secrets of Miami. Whenever Rachel goes on her explorations, she is always finding new ways to have an enjoyable, yet affordable vacation in Miami and one of the best ways is to rent a vacation condo to keep costs down.

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