Austin, TX 

Hey y’all, I went to Texas and actually had (mostly) amazing gluten free food so I wanted to share my findings!

VIA 313 Pizza | 1111 E 6th StAustin, TX

This place was great. We went to the 6th St. location which is more of a food truck and the delivered our pizza into the bar next door. This was definitely top 5 GF pizza’s I’ve ever had. There are multiple locations all over the Austin area too.

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Hopdoddy Burger Bar | 1400 S Congress Ave, Ste A190, Austin, TX

Not pictured: truffle fries fried in dedicated frier! WOO! But, don’t eat these burgers. Felt very not okay after eating here but I definitely took a risk eating here. The reviews were very 50/50 if the place was celiac safe or not. Check on the fries if you go but they were in a dedicated fryer when I was there and they were amazing.

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Frank’s | 4th & Colorado, Austin 78701

Awesome late night snack stop. The waiter was super knowledgeable about the gluten free options. The gf bun was a little crumbly but not the worst bun I’ve ever had.

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Cenote | 1010 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX

This place had the coolest vibe of all the restaurants we went to. Get the chorizo breakfast tacos and fall in love with bracos like I did.

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Max’s Wine Dive | 207 San Jacinto Blvd, Ste 200, Austin, TX

First picture is pulled pork stuffed piquillo peppers and the second picture is gluten free fried chicken. Yes, you read that correct. FRIED CHICKEN. Both of these were amazing and the chicken was cooked perfectly and in a dedicated frier of course!

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Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden | 79 & 81 Rainey St. Austin, TX 78701

If you go anywhere in Austin go to Banger’s on Rainey St. They had a gluten free menu and those cheddar grits were to die for. My mouth is watering just thinking about this place. Instead of a bun they serve your sausage on a bed of fresh greens with a choice of sauce.

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Wildwood Bakehouse | 3016 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX

The only 100% gluten free menu of Austin and they did not disappoint. Even my gluten eating pals were in love with the chicken tenders. We also got pizza, chips, and queso. Went all out for the last night in Austin.

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Where are your favorite places to eat in Austin?

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5 Replies to “Austin, TX ”

      1. I think Austin is a bit more with it, but Dallas is getting better bit by bit. Next time you are in Texas, head to a Central Market, they are like a super fun version of Whole Foods! Lots of GF options too =). I’m a grocery store nerd, hah.

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