“Most of our menu can be made gluten-free, but not the pasta, which some people would ask for. We wanted to provide the full St. Cecilia experience to everyone and since store-bought stuff isn’t nearly as good as handmade, we’ve started making our own gluten-free pasta,” Richards said. “Very, very few restaurants in the country are able to serve the entire pasta program gluten-free and made in-house.”
Empire State SouthCelebrated for its modern take on southern dishes, Empire State South's dinner menu is already almost completely gluten-free. Sit down to guinea hen, beet and blood orange kraut, and a grit and cardoon cake. Enjoy pork romanesco, turnip, radish, tamarind yogurt and chili-garlic sausage. Jonathan Aherin, representative for ESS, indicated, "As always, since we have a restaurant full of local fresh products, we can accommodate any dietary restriction on the fly."
Miller UnionTaking three categories in the 2015 James Beard Foundation restaurant and chef award semifinals and chef-owner Steven Satterfield winning Best Chef: Southeast in 2017, Miller Union is the quintessential gourmet selection. Dishes at this Westside treasure derive their character from farm-fresh produce and quality proteins, making most selections at Miller Union gluten-free by default. Select heavenly lamb osso bucco with cauliflower and Swiss chard, or house made pork sausage, pancetta, kale and turnips. It's southern, sexy, memorable fare.
Where in Atlanta have you found gourmet gluten-free?