Savannah Restaurants with Gluten-Free Options

You’ve come to Savannah to see the sites, soak in the history and eat like a king. Fortunately, your agenda doesn’t have to change just because you’re on a gluten-free diet. Many of the city’s best restaurants have gluten-free menus or menu items.

Vic’s on the River, an outstanding eatery on River Street, has a gluten-free menu that’s just as long–and mouthwatering–as its regular menu. Other fine restaurants with menus created exclusively for those eating gluten free include Historic District favorites the Chart House and the Olde Pink House.

If you have a hankering for down-home Southern cooking, you may want to consider stopping by The Lady & Sons, which offers a number of gluten-free choices including sautéed local black grouper and shrimp and grits.

Those craving carbs will appreciate the gluten-free pasta at Leoci’s Trattoria, an upscale Italian eatery, and the gluten-free pizza crust at Your Pie, a regional chain that features customizable, 10-inch pizzas.

The Blue Turtle Bistro and The 5 Spot, two Midtown restaurants, have several dishes on their respective menus labeled gluten free. Other Savannah eateries offering gluten-free options include Papillote, the Sentient Bean and Foxy Loxy Print Gallery and Café.

All of the restaurants mentioned here are great choices for gluten-free food; however, it’s always a good idea to call ahead and confirm menu options and to inquire about cross-contamination if gluten intolerance is severe. 



This regional chain that was started in Athens, Georgia, is well located on Ellis Square in the Historic District, with a second location in the Sandfly neighborhood near Isle of Hope. The concept is simple: choose your crust, sauce, cheese and...  Read More



Located in Midtown Savannah's popular Habersham Village, The 5 Spot has quickly garnered a loyal following thanks to good food, reasonable prices and a sleek, modern atmosphere. Breakfast is served daily and is one of the eatery's most popular...  Read More

Historic District


This hip coffee house, which is adjacent to Forsyth Park, serves vegetarian and vegan breakfast fare seven mornings a week, along with an outstanding brunch on Sundays. Coffee aficionados will appreciate the Bean's great selection of coffee,...  Read More



Paula Deen's restaurant remains packed despite recent controversies that have tarnished the celebrity chef's reputation. The popular buffet features an array of classic Deen dishes, including Southern fried chicken, collard greens and gooey...  Read More

Historic District
Chart House


This reputable restaurant, which has several locations across the U.S., occupies a historic 18th-century stone warehouse and offers a beautiful view of the Savannah River. It does offer exemplary steaks, including a succulent prime rib, but the...  Read More

Olde Pink House


Legend has it that several ghosts haunt the 18th-century Georgian mansion that is home to the Olde Pink House. While it may be tempting to be on the lookout for those rumored spirits, diners will undoubtedly be distracted by the excellent food...  Read More



Lovely views of the Savannah River and the best fried green tomatoes in town--what could be better? Vic's on the River, located in a restored cotton warehouse that served as a hub for General Sherman's army during the Civil War, features a nice...  Read More


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