Women’s Travel Tip: Gluten free in SOHO

by | Dec 1, 2019

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Last updated on March 29th, 2021


“If you’re gluten-sensitive and visiting NYC, you likely feel pangs of remorse over all the amazing Italian cuisine options you’re missing out on as you pass them seemingly on every corner. Well, miss out no more, dear gluten-free friend! Head on down to SOHO for dinner at Senza Gluten. This Italian restaurant caters specifically to gluten-sensitive constitutions, and is even acceptable to the most cautious celiac. Not only do they ensure the food is free of gluten and any cross-contamination, everything tastes fantastic, leaving you feeling fulfilled, satisfied, and like you’ve spent the evening at your favorite old school gluten-full Italian joint. Try the fried calamari and the chicken parmigiana, especially if you’re used to staring at them longingly at those gluten-full restaurant’s menus. Even my Italian stepmother from Long Island loves this place. Senza Gluten does not disappoint!”

– Amy, New York

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