If you’re on a quest to find gluten-free food in Miami, look no further. Here’s our roundup of our favorite bakeries, restaurants, and salad bars so that you can dig in!
Bakery, Dessert, Gluten-free, Vegan, $$$
The popular bakery
in Wynwood is famous for its delicious gluten-free, vegan cupcakes. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their colorful selection of cupcake and mini cupcake flavors and holiday flavors. There are also donuts, cookies, and cakes made to order for special occasions.
Cafe, Contemporary, Gluten-free, Vegan, $$$
Perched on Purdy Avenue in South Beach, Icebox Cafe
is a bakery-restaurant serving American gluten-free food with a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. The contemporary space clad in minimalist décor is sleek, modern and has just about the most mouthwatering dessert goodies you just have to try. Pop in for a stack of hearty ricotta pancakes to start the day or a plate of freshly steamed mussels. Finish your meal with their “Chocolate Delight” cheesecake brownie with chocolate mousse filling, and you’re set.
Plant Theory Botanical Burger Cafe
Cafe, Healthy, Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian, $$$
Sourcing local organic produce, Plant Theory
’s menu items are all made from locally grown ingredients and 100% vegan. Not all of their menu items are gluten-free, but they have a variety of options such as the Belgian waffle topped with seasonal fruits and coconut for breakfast. (Not to miss is their delicious Kombucha ice cream float!)
Restaurant, Fusion, Vegetarian, Gluten-free, Vegan, $$$
If you’re craving an upscale gluten-free eatery, look no further than Full Bloom
. The restaurant provides magical vistas of the beach and serves a delicious fusion menu of European and Latin food. Ingredients are locally sourced, and they offer a wide selection of vegan and non-vegan items—you can bring your non-vegan friends to dine too.
Restaurant, Healthy, Gluten-free, Vegan, $$$
Just like the name says, Plant Miami
is a plant-based restaurant with a vegan, kosher, organic menu by Chef Horacio Rivadero and pastry chef Veronica Manolizi. Set in the garden of The Sacred Space Miami (in the Wynwood Arts District), the restaurant features an open environment with an exposed kitchen where visitors can get a glimpse at how the food is made. Their fresh plates vary from cauliflower steak to ginger carrot noodles, as well as seasonal soups, salads, and a tasty dessert menu. Don’t miss their seasonal fruit cheesecake—a mix of fresh fruit, nut crust, lime curd, and sorrel gel.