South Slope

Enjoy Gluten-Free Food Across the Slope


Living large in Park Slope with gluten sensitivities – yes you can eat out and order in. Our sister site, Park Slope Stoop, did a round up of gluten free eats in the slope today, and included Pizza Plus and Crespella:

Pizza Plus359 7th Avenue at 10th Street, (718) 768-5327

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Okay, recreating the luscious, cheesy, crispy goodness of traditional pizza is no easy task, and kudos to Pizza Plus for trying. Although I can’t say it’s as good as the real thing, this crispy thin-crust option is flavorful with a satisfying crunch. Regular gluten-free pizza pies are available in small ($11) or large ($15), or enjoy a gluten-free specialty pie for a $5 surcharge. Although a bit pricey, Pizza Plus is the place to go if you’re craving a slice.

Crespella, 321 Seventh Avenue and 1658 8th Avenue, (718) 788-2980


All savory crepes, like the veggie and balsamic above, ($8), are gluten-free. They also sell gluten-free pastries from Las Delicias Patisserie. Definitely give Crespella a go. (Image via Inside New York)

Do you a favorite gluten-free destination in the neighborhood? Let us know in the comments, and we’ll add it to the list.

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  1. Naidre’s Cafe… best gluten-free breakfast sandwich in the slope… GF rolls from local folks Everybody Eats, 2 organic eggs, sharp cheddar and choice of bacon, ham or sausage. Under $8.00!

  2. They don’t have separate gluten free selections, but Talde, Fonda, Athena Mediterranean, and Sweetwolf’s are all gluten free friendly places to eat in South Slope as well! Greenwood Park and Double Windsor usually both carry gluten free beers.

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