Indianapolis Gluten-Free Restaurant Round Up

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You may find yourself about to entertain someone who must eat gluten-free. Or you want or need to eat gluten-free yourself and aren’t sure where you are able to. Check out our round up of gluten-free friendly restaurants around Indianapolis! A lot of restaurants are including gluten-free options on their menu or adjusting to make sure someone who is very sensitive to gluten can enjoy a meal out. We have included links below so you can check out menus to plan ahead. Also, we will continue to update this list as we find more gluten-free friendly places. Enjoy!

*Please note – if a restaurant doesn’t have a separate gluten-free menu, please discuss your needs with the restaurant staff.

Lou Malnati’sAvon, Broad Ripple, Greenwood, Indianapolis (86th Street), & Carmel 

Cafe Audrey at Fort Ben – Fort Benjamin Harris in Indianapolis

Patachou Clay Terrace, Downtown Indy, Hazel Dell, Meridian Kessler, River Crossing, Zionsville

Carrabba’s Italian Grill – Southport

Bazbeaux – Broad Ripple, Carmel, & Downtown

Asian Grill – Noblesville

Three Carrots – Fountain Square

Verde – Fishers, Carmel, Ironworks, & Zionsville

Wild Eggs Carmel, Fishers, & Pulliam Downtown

Bibibop Asian Grill Carmel, Fishers, & Rivers Edge

No Label at the Table – Carmel (well known for being gluten-free and dairy-free!)

Rosie’s Place – Carmel, Noblesville, & Zionsville

Los Arroyos – Carmel & Downtown Indianapolis

The Healthy Food Cafe – Indianapolis

Convivio Italian Artisan Cuisine– Carmel & Zionsville

Field Brewing – Westfield

Kobayashi Sushi – Noblesville

CoreLife Eatery – Indianapolis

Michaelangelo’s Italian Bistro – Noblesville

Bru BurgerBrownsburg, Carmel (this location has a dedicated fryer for GF fries!), Indianapolis (Mass Ave & Keystone), Noblesville, & Plainfield 

Greek Islands – Downtown Indy

Mesh – Downtown Indy

Share with us! Where is your go-to gluten-free restaurant around Indianapolis?

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