New Orleans would hardly be New Orleans without po-boys on airy loaves of New Orleans-style French bread, little white clouds of beignets, dense and sweet bread pudding, roux-based gumbos, and muffulettas on bread the size of a plate — none of which spells hospitality to the gluten-free folks.
On the other hand, New Orleans is also home to lots of naturally gluten-free food like boiled seafood, seafood fried in cornmeal and other gluten-free flours, Bananas Foster, and Vietnamese cuisine using rice flour as the starch. Beyond that, more restaurants beyond the usual suspects are accommodating gluten-free diets. Here, now, are Eater’s top spots for gluten-free dining in New Orleans.
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