Gluten-Free Restaurants in Greensboro and High Point
If you are gluten-free or know someone who is, you need to save this post. From baked goods and sandwiches to pizza slices and burgers, this will help you find the best gluten-free restaurants and bakeries to eat in Greensboro and High Point!
*This is not a complete list.
Updated October 2023
You need to visit this bakery if you’re on a restricted diet. All their delicious desserts are gluten-free and baked in a gluten-free facility, so you can enjoy cookies, muffins, and much more with complete peace of mind.
Bonus: Their baked goods are also keto-friendly and have no sugar added.
Sweet treats for “everybelly” is baker Allison Royal’s motto, and she makes that possible with her gluten-free and vegan baked goods. You can enjoy her birthday cakes, cupcakes, cookies, pastries, and pies without any fear!
Pro-tip: Wallflower Bakery makes wedding cakes, too.
Stop by for your favorite coffee drink and grab something sweet to go with it! Not everything at Dolce & Amaro is gluten-free, but the staff will be more than happy to guide you to the sweet treat that’s right for you, like their gluten-free éclairs or Marylin Monroe cake.
Bonus: Dolce & Amaro does catering for just about any event!
Stop by this unique coffee shop for a vibe that blends cozy with eclectic. They offer gluten-free and vegan bakery items like muffins and cookies, and they even have vegan gelato and sorbets.
Bonus: There’s a yoga studio–Pure Light Yoga–tucked inside!
Craving Vietnamese or Thai cuisine? Pho Hien Vuong has got you covered–the restaurant can modify most of their stir-fried noodle dishes to be gluten-free.
Bonus: They have great portion sizes, so you won’t walk away hungry!
Gluten-free pita? Say no more. Ghassan’s is extremely accommodating to gluten-free diners: they can serve their pitas and subs on gluten-free pita. They have plenty of sides that are gluten-free, too, including their french fries!
Disclaimer: As of the writing of this guide, Ghassan does not offer gluten-free pita as they are looking for a new supplier. We’ll keep you updated once this changes!
Pull up a chair at Village Tavern if you’re looking for lots of gluten-free options! Choose from gluten-free pizza, burgers with gluten-free buns, gluten-free pasta, and more.
Pro-tip: Grab the gluten-free raspberry sorbet or crème brûlée for dessert.
A cozy atmosphere and a dedicated gluten-free menu make Harper’s a great spot to come with friends! You’ll find scratch-made soups, juicy meat, and delicious sides on their gluten-free menu.
Bonus: They have a sister location in Charlotte, so you have a restaurant you can eat at if you’re ever in the area.
Almost everything on Lucky 32’s menu can be made gluten-free, including their shrimp & grits and chicken sandwich. In particular, their fried catfish is made in a separate fryer so that there’s no risk of cross-contamination. Enjoy!
Pro-tip: Save room for Lucky 32’s gluten-free dessert: flourless chocolate cake.
This is the perfect spot for a date night, with a homey yet modern atmosphere. The menu has its gluten-free options labeled–we’ve heard good things about the pot roast!
Bonus: There’s a rooftop bar area with the same menu.
Latin/Tex Mex Restaurants
Feeling tacos or burgers? Crafted’s got you covered. Their tacos can be made with corn tortillas, and they have gluten-free buns for their burgers.
Bonus: Almost everything on their menu can be made vegan, too!
Gluten-free buns for your burgers? Check. Corn tortillas for your tacos? Check. Separate fryers for their chips, taco shells, and fries? Also check. You can’t go wrong eating at Wicked.
Bonus: They also have axe-throwing!!
This popular brewpub in downtown Greensboro has gluten-free chicken nuggets and chicken tenders that one guest called “a service to the gluten-free community”. What else needs to be said?
Pro-tip: Stop by on Thursday for trivia followed by live music!
You have access to the majority of the menu at Emma Key’s thanks to their gluten-free bread. Enjoy some classic – or truly unique – sandwiches or burgers like the Lone Star Burger or the Big Kahuna Burger.
Bonus: You can substitute their regular burger patty for a turkey burger or vegan patty free of charge.
Melt is a sandwich shop with brunch options. You can get their scrumptious paninis and burgers with gluten-free bread and their tacos with corn tortillas. Make sure to try the Duck Club sandwich!
Pro-tip: If you have time, we recommend dining in to experience Melt’s cozy ambiance for yourself.
We love how Lindley’s sandwich and burger names are named after streets in Greensboro, but you know what we love even more? You guessed it–they’ve got gluten-free bread so that you can enjoy customer favorites like The Madison Avenue.
Bonus: Stop by for Sunday brunch – they have gluten-free French toast!
This burger joint may be too good to be true. Hops has a clearly labeled menu that denotes gluten-free and vegan options along with gluten-free buns. Make sure you try the Spicy Goat Burger or the North Carolinian Burger. Hops is also included in our Burger Guide!
Bonus: They have two locations in Greensboro!
There’s nothing like a clay-fired pizza. Thankfully, all Sticks & Stones’ small-size pizzas can be made gluten-free! The pizza place substitutes their usual dough for cauliflower cheese dough to ensure that everyone can enjoy their pizza.
Bonus: Sharing? Sticks & Stones can make each half of your pizza a different specialty option.
Ferrara Pizza offers a variety of crust options, including gluten-free crust! You can safely enjoy their gourmet pizza creations, including the Philly Cheese Pizza and the Lasagna Pizza.
Pro-tip: Need to host a private event? Ferrara Pizza has a private room that can host a large group.
This restaurant offers both Italian and Peruvian food – and we’re here for it. Their menu clearly labels their gluten-free options, and they can even make some of their normal menu items gluten-free. Just ask your server!
Bonus: The menu also clearly labels vegetarian options.
Have you been searching for a spot with gluten-free pasta? Bravo! offers gluten-free fra diavolo (shrimp or chicken) and shrimp scampi, and they have a separate (albeit limited) gluten-free menu.
Bonus: The shrimp fra diavolo is also on their catering menu!
Breakfast & Brunch
There’s nothing as comforting as brunch, which you can enjoy at Scrambled Southern Kitchen. Their menu features plenty of “naturally” gluten-free options. To make things even better, they have gluten-free French toast we’ve heard is fantastic.
Pro-tip: Scrambled has 10+ toppings you can add to that French toast–we’d personally go for the apple butter.
Healthy Lifestyle Restaurants
There are so many options at CoreLife for gluten-free diners: greens and grains bowls, purple rice bowls, broths, and soups. Try the Steak, Bacon, & Blue bowl!
Pro-tip: Don’t forget that you can order a custom bowl with all your favorite toppings.
Additional Restaurants with GF Options
Vida Pour Tea, The Habit Burger Grill, 1618 Seafood Grille, Fishbones
Chain Restaurants with GF Options
Five Guys, Jason’s Deli, Brixx Pizza, Mellow Mushroom, Jersey Mikes, Chick-fil-A, P. F. Chang’s, Nothing Bundt Cakes