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A growing number of today’s diners must avoid gluten — a protein found in wheat, barley and rye — due to celiac disease and other debilitating allergies

In response, the following restaurants have received specialized training from the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness and have made a commitment to include gluten-free dishes on their menus.

With such esteemed restaurants as Amada and Osteria participating, a gluten-free diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on great cuisine.

As always, you should call your restaurant of choice prior to your meal to confirm that their menu suits your dietary needs.

*For a full list of gluten-free restaurants in Greater Philadelphia, visit Urbanspoon or Gluten Free Philly.*

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  • Bar Ferdinand

    True tapas and authentic Spanish drinks star in Northern Liberties

    A hip tapas bar with delicious yet affordable food and drinks

    A hip tapas bar with delicious yet affordable food and drinks

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  • Osteria

    One of Philadelphia’s most acclaimed restaurants, serving outstanding gourmet pizza

    Osteria

    Osteria owner and chef Marc Vetri is turning heads — literally. He’s bringing diners to North Broad Street, away from the dining epicenters of Old City, Midtown Village and Rittenhouse Square. And he’s doing it with pizza.

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  • Distrito

    Tapas and tequila reign at this deliciously over-the-top Mexican hot spot

    Distrito by Iron Chef Jose Garces

    At Distrito, Jose Garces’ two-story Mexican outpost in University City, incredible tapas dishes mingle with a funky (and mostly pink) décor — including the restaurant’s famous Volkswagen Beetle booth — to bring you a thoroughly entertaining night out.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    Six locations prove the staying power of this inviting beer and food haven

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Lolita

    Delicious, contemporary Mexican cuisine with a “B-Y-O-Tequila” twist

    Three words: Don’t forget to bring your own tequila. The kitchen will take care of the rest.

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  • Amada

    Iron Chef Jose Garces’ first Philadelphia restaurant

    Amada by Iron Chef Jose Garces

    At Old City’s Amada, chef Jose Garces has created the city’s grandest tapas restaurant, complete with a wall of wooden sangria casks, cured hams and cheeses hanging over the main bar and a menu that ranges from traditional — tortilla espanola, Spanish olives, warm fava bean salad — to edgy — foie gras flatbreads and artichoke and spinach empanadas.

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  • Rouge

    Rittenhouse Square’s original bistro-cafe

    Rouge

    The Rouge Burger alone will make you an instant devotee.

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  • Vetri

    One of the nation’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants

    Marc Vetri is one of the nation’s most respected chefs.

    Star chef Marc Vetri’s titular restaurant is considered one of America’s finest Italian restaurants. If you find yourself at a table here, consider yourself very lucky.

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  • Taffets

    A mecca for gluten-free folks

    If you love bread and baked goods but can’t have gluten, Taffets is the place for you — their entire line of products is strictly celiac-friendly.

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  • Bridget Foy’s

    Come one, come all to this South Street crowd pleaser

    This South Street favorite has fed a grateful grown-up crowd since 1978.
    Most famous for its brunch—the bloody Mary bar is legendary and the
    burgers set a high standard—this family-friendly spot also offers great
    gluten-free and kids menus.

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  • Soy Café

    Vegan-friendly supporter of local arts

    It’s in the name, so patrons know that fresh soymilk is always available at this bistro, which also whips up smoothies, light sandwiches and vegan-friendly cinnamon buns.

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  • Quick Fixx

    Flatbreads, pasta, salads and more on South Street West

    The name says it all — Quick Fixx is your go-to when you want a quality salad, sandwich, pasta or flatbread and you want it fast.

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  • B2

    A locally loved coffee shop with a simple menu

    Like its nearby big sister Benna’s, this local coffee shop features fresh juices, loose teas, pastries and a simple sandwich selection, along with free Wi-Fi and monthly rotating work from local artists on the walls. Vegans delight in the soy soft serve.

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  • Pub On Passyunk East – P.O.P.E.

    The quintessential Passyunk pub

    Fourteen taps with a focus on microbrews and a jukebox stuffed with early rock—hardcore and everything else—make this cavern-like tavern a hipster haven. The inclusive bar menu, ranging from the P.O.P.E.’s namesake burger (topped with a juicy fried tomato) to vegetarian specialties like the seitan cheesesteak, complements the extensive 80-bottle beer list.

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  • Sazon

    Hearty Venezuelan dishes for all appetites

    Venezuelan cuisine comes alive at this homey bring-your-own-bottle (BYO) spot.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    Six locations prove the staying power of this inviting beer and food haven

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Rouge

    Rittenhouse Square’s original bistro-cafe

    Rouge

    The Rouge Burger alone will make you an instant devotee.

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  • Vetri

    One of the nation’s most acclaimed Italian restaurants

    Marc Vetri is one of the nation’s most respected chefs.

    Star chef Marc Vetri’s titular restaurant is considered one of America’s finest Italian restaurants. If you find yourself at a table here, consider yourself very lucky.

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