6 incredible places to celebrate National Gluten-Free day in Birmingham

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If you’re a sushi traditionalist, try the Austin Sushi Burrito—it has salmon and avocado. Photo via Wasabi Juan’s

Need a place to eat with a gluten-free menu? Then you should visit these awesome places in Birmingham that serve the best GF options—check it out.

1. EATS Highlands

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EATs Highland’s, Wendy Cruse. (Pat Byington / Bham Now)

Sometimes a gluten-free diet means you have to miss out on tasty meals. However, EATS Highlands offers exquisite Southern cooking and Cuba-inspired Latin cuisine that’s meant to be delicious. You’ll be excited to know that their kitchen is dedicated to gluten-free food.

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2. The Joyful Food Co.

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Joyful Food Co excels in the healthy, gluten-free and tasty categories. Photo via The Joyful Food Company

Joyful Food Co. offers more than just tasty treats. Their menu has several options for clean eating, such as grab-and-go lunch and dinner boxes. The best part—their baked goods are all gluten-free and Paleo, so treat yourself to that GF muffin. You deserve it.

3. Slice

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Just ask for GF crust. (Madison Croxson / Bham Now)

Be bold and join the cauliflower craze for your next meal. Slice Stone Pizza and Brew excitingly offers a cauliflower crust option, alongside their gluten-free crust.

I promise you, the GF BBQ pizza will not let you down.

4. North Italia

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Okay, I’m hungry now. Photo via North Italia on Facebook

North Italia is a modern Italian neighborhood restaurant with made-from-scratch Italian faves. We’re excited that they have gluten-free pasta, so you can enjoy classic and flavorful dishes.

5. Crestline Bagel

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Take a seat in Crestline Bagel inside Innovation Depot in Birmingham. (Jacob Blankenship / Bham Now)

My personal favorite gluten-free menu would be the one at Cresline Bagel. I’d suggest their breakfast bowl with Black Forest Ham.

Since they have three locations open now, you can get your breakfast fix Downtown, at Mountain Brook or in Cahaba Heights.

6. Wasabi Juan’s

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They also have a vegetarian sushi burrito. Photo via Wasabi Juan’s

We’re huge fans of Wasabi Juan’s. I mean, who doesn’t love a blend of Mexican + Asian inspired food? So grab a GF sushi burrito like the Austin of JTH.

Need more? Don’t sleep on these other places that offer a gluten-free menu.

What’s the best GF food you’ve eaten in Birmingham? Tag us @BhamNow and let us know.

Summer Guffey
Summer Guffey

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