Where Can You Eat Gluten-Free in San Antonio? Find Out!

Eating gluten-free in San Antonio is getting easier and easier. In fact, they have one dedicated gluten-free restaurant, 5 Points Local, that knows how to make GF food very tasty - thank goodness! You can go whole hog and enjoy their decadent empanadas or keep it light with some veggie options. No matter what you eat, it's always gluten-free and delicious! 

If you want to step it up a notch, there are numerous local restaurants with attentive chefs who know how to provide an excellent meal that is also gluten-free. Chef Edward Villarreal of Alberico Fine Wine, also the host of an upcoming culinary show called Homegrown Chef, is always inventing unique dishes with incredible flavor and surprising ingredients that are often gluten-free.

For lunch, check out Cured or Boiler House at the Pearl, where you can get some juicy burgers and mouthwatering sandwiches made on gluten-free buns and bread. Finally, you can eat what you want when you want it. Thanks San Antonio!

Green Vegetarian Cuisine and Coffee
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Green Vegetarian Cuisine and Coffee is an excellent option for great food that's healthy and gluten-free, although be sure to ask because it's not always clear on the menu. Green is San Antonio's only 100 % vegan and kosher restaurant. Not only...  Read More

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden is a true Texas original. Situated in the historic Pearl Brewery complex on the San Antonio River Walk, this wine-centric restaurant occupies the former "boiler house" which powered the adjacent...  Read More

Bird Bakery
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Bird Bakery is like a little bakery heaven. The staff is overwhelmingly friendly, encouraging you to try the wide variety of samples, from carrot cake, salted peanut butter cups, and Mexican chocolate brownies. Make sure to ask which items are...  Read More

Vegeria somehow manages to make to make delicious Tex-Mex both Vegan and, sometimes, gluten-free as well, and this is no easy feat! You won't find many vegetarian or vegan offerings in the city that eats brisket in its sleep, but Vegeria is a...  Read More


Cappy's, and Cappy himself, has been a staple of the Alamo Heights district in San Antonio for over three decades. In a word, superb! This upscale American cuisine restaurant is a sure thing if you're looking for a wonderful meal in an elegant...  Read More

Cascabel's is one of the best-kept secrets in San Antonio and sports a wonderful outdoor patio with umbrella-covered tables. It's different than every other Mexican food restaurant in the city because it features regional specialties from...  Read More

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Cured is one of the newest restaurants to grace the historic Pearl Brewery and it clearly belongs in such fine company. Chef Steve McHugh brings charcuterie, salumi and other hand-made, farm-to-table dishes to the carefully restored...  Read More

North Central
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Chef Andrew Weissman is the "it" chef in San Antonio and he's got his name written all over Signature - quite literally. Everything about this upscale, thoughtfully-crafted and elegant restaurant screams Weissman. This is not just any old hotel...  Read More

5 Points Local
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Owner of the popular and long-standing, The Cove, has opened up a new restaurant called 5 Points Local that nourishes the mind, body and spirit with local clean food and yoga toi boot! What's even better is the entire menu is gluten-free, so you...  Read More


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Kimberly A. Suta is a professional freelance writer, filmmaker and entrepreneur with a background in marketing, advertising and social media. Her first business, Midnight Sun Innovations,...  More About Kimberly