Gluten-free, chemically-sensitive, nut-free? These TABLE staff favorites make it easy to stay on track.
Allegro Hearth Bakery
2034 Murray Avenue
This Squirrel Hill plant-based bakery and sandwich shop makes all its vegan bread and pastries from scratch with organic flour and ingredients free of artificial preservatives, colors, and flavorings.
2549 Penn Avenue
A gluten-free diet doesn’t mean you have to miss out on delicious Italian dishes. DiAnoia’s Eatery allows you to substitute their gluten-free pasta for most pasta offerings.
424 E. Ohio Street
EYV, which stands for “eat your veggies,” is a vegetable-forward restaurant where meats and seafood play a supporting role. They note that all their offerings can be prepared vegetarian, and items that can be made vegan and gluten-free are clearly marked on the menu.
Kaibur Coffee & Café
3138 Dobson Street
Vegan and gluten-free dominate the menu at Kaibur Coffee & Cafe. Find vegan donuts made in-house and breakfast sandwiches using vegan cheese and garlic butter, with the option to substitute gluten-free bread.
4606 Penn Avenue
This Bloomfield restaurant’s European-inspired menu is entirely vegan, with nut-free and gluten-free options available for many of their dishes.
Wild Rise Bakery
Found in Pittsburgh restaurants, cafés and markets like The Speckled Egg, KLVN Coffee Lab, Georgie’s Corner Cafe, and more, Wild Rise is an exclusively gluten-free bakery with items ranging from breads to cupcakes, turnovers, and donuts.
103 Capital Avenue
The owner of Fiori’s Pizzeria has a tree-nut allergy; therefore, there is not a single tree nut in the building.
Story by Jordan Snowden
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