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Gluten-Free Baked Goods: Located at the corner of St. Claude and St. Roch avenues, across from the bright orange Healing Center that includes the New Orleans Food Co-Op, the St. Roch Market first opened in 1875 as just one of the city's many public markets. Restored in 2012 with $3.7 million in public funds, the market now includes 13 vendors including two that offer gluten free baked goods. The Market is an easy walk or bike ride from the French Quarter, and it's just across the street from the Marigny. Open daily at 7 for coffee and pastry and food service starting at 9 am, the market stays open til 10 Sunday through Wednesday and till 11 Thursday to Saturday.

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Local Expert Beth D'Addono Says:

Gluten-Free Baked Goods: "Visit the nearby St. Roch cemetery, with its small chapel in the back, before or after your lunch."

Best for Gluten-Free Baked Goods Because: JuiceNOLA and Bittersweet both offer gluten free baked goods and desserts.

Main Menu

Rice Dishes
Pasta Dishes
Meat & Gravy Dishes
Fried Plates
Grilled Or Blackened (Spicy) Plates
Side Orders
Po-Boys Sandwiches
Family Dinners
Extra Sauce


Bottled Beer
Premium Bottled Beer

Weekly Specials


Catering Menu

Hors d'oeuvres Tray
Finger Sandwiches
Mini Po-Boy Loaf: New Orleans Style French Bread
Cold Trays - Cool & Delicious!!
Fried Trays
Soups - Hot & Delicious
By the Pan
Pasta by the Pan

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