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Gluten-free Dining in Newport, RI

The Brick Alley Pub in Newport, RI

If you have ever traveled to Newport, RI then you know there are plenty of great restaurants to choose from. But if you have celiac disease or a gluten-intolerance then you know that dining out in an unfamiliar city is very difficult. Luckily, Newport has many gluten-free friendly restaurants that can easily be found if you know about them. I have comprised a list of celiac friendly restaurants in this scenic, colonial city. These restaurants have responded to a survey that was sent to over 100 restaurants and bakeries in Newport. All of the places listed have also stated that they are familiar with the necessary precautions that come with preparing gluten-free food such as avoiding cross-contamination. I have attempted to verify the accuracy of the statements provided by the restaurants to the best of my ability. If you are a tourist or local, I hope this list can help in keeping your gluten-free lifestyle.

Places that offer gluten-free menus:

Brick Alley Pub
140 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 849-6334

Eva Ruth's Specialty Bakery
796 Aquidneck Avenue Middletown, RI
(401) 619-1924
* Eva Ruth's is located 10 minutes out of downtown Newport and specializes in making only gluten-free products.

O'Briens Pub
501 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 849-6623

Safari Room at Ocean Cliff (Sunday brunch menu)
65 Ridge Road Newport, RI
(401) 849-4873

Tucker's Bistro
150 Broadway Newport, RI
(401) 846-3449

Yesterday's and the Place
28 Washington Square Newport, RI
(401) 847-0116

Places that are familiar with gluten-free foods and offer gluten-free options:

A Little Café
27 Connell Highway Newport, RI
(401) 849-0123

Bouchard Restaurant and Inn
505 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 846-0123

Callahan's Café Zelda
528 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 849-4002

Castle Hill Inn
590 Ocean Drive Newport, RI
(401) 324-4522
* Castle Hill Inn is working with Eva Ruth's bakery to offer more gluten-free options.

11 Bowen's Wharf Newport, RI
(401) 619-2640

Fathoms Restaurant at the Newport Marriott
25 Americas Cup Avenue Newport, RI
(401) 849-7788

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Fluke Wine Bar and Kitchen
41 Bowens Wharf Newport, RI
(401) 849-7778

Gas Lamp Grille
206 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 845-9300
* Gas Lamp Grille is in the process of creating a gluten-free menu.

It's My Party Bake Shoppe
84 William Street Newport, RI
(401) 619-4600
* Must call in advance to place an order for gluten-free products at It's My Party Bake Shoppe.

Lucia Italian Restaurant
186 B Thames Street Newport RI
(401) 846-4477

Mamma Luisa Restaurant
673 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 848-5257

SAPO Freaky Burrito
16 Broadway Newport, RI
(401) 847-1526

Sardellas Restaurant
30 Memorial Boulevard W Newport, RI
(401) 849-6312
* Sardella's carries gluten-free pasta, but it is recommended that you call in first to make sure that they have it in stock.

215 Goddard Row Newport, RI
(401) 849-5155

Tallulah on Thames
464 Thames Street Newport, RI
(401) 849-2433

The Barking Crab Restaurant
151 Swinburne Row Newport, RI
(617) 206-8294

The Mooring Seafood Kitchen
1 Sayer's Wharf Newport, RI
(401) 846-2260

The Smokehouse Café
31 Scotts Wharf Newport, RI
(401) 848-9800

The White Horse Tavern
26 Marlborough Street Newport, RI
(401) 849-3600
*Some of these restaurants may only offer naturally gluten-free items, but will be more than willing to accommodate any changes to their options if asked

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13 May 2011 7:05:52 PM PDT
Great information.

Jennifer Irwin
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07 Jul 2011 3:02:10 PM PDT
Great article! Thank you for doing all the homework for me. This is very helpful as we just moved to Newport.

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29 Dec 2011 7:48:16 AM PDT
Thanks for this! There are some restaurants on here that I did not know are gluten free friendly.

To add to your list: Salvation Cafe, Perro Salado, The Fifth Element, and Pour Judgement all have been very accommodating and aware of the needs of a gluten free diet. These restaurants are some of my favorites and my go-tos.

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03 Feb 2012 9:53:43 AM PDT
Thanks for the info!!

Diego's now has a special gluten-free menu that is quite extensive. I had the gluten-free fish tacos, and they were delicious - and didn't make me sick so i know they really were gluten-free.

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12 Mar 2012 5:53:42 PM PDT
Just got back from Newport, Diego's is wonderful they are very knowledgeable and know all ingredients in there food. Eva Ruth's makes the best fresh bakery item I've ever had (try the biscotti, pumpkin muffins and cookies).
Also accommodating restaurants to try Red Parrot and Benjamin's. Thanks for the article it was a huge help.

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09 Feb 2015 11:47:17 AM PDT
Very helpful...it's hard to find these restaurants. I did not know about this site. Thank you.

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I didn't read that far. Yikes... A hefty dose of perspective in that one. For anyone reading this is the post:

Hi! I'm new to the Celiac world. I have been gluten free for around seven months, but still seem to get glutened on a regular basis. I have been sick since January '16 and think that is when it triggered, but I didn't realize until October what it was. By that time I was pregnant with my little boy who is due in June. I also have an almost 4 year old daughter. I am really torn and wondering if I need to really be tested? I have very strong suspicions that I am a true celiac because my aunt has been diagnosed. Part of me says it doesn't matter, just live gluten free and assume you are, but the other part says I need to get tested so I know if my kids are at risk. So far my daughter is fine. She was grain free until after her first birthday, I plan on doing the same with my son. But I also don't want them to suffer the way I have. What would you do? The reason I don't want to get tested is I don't want to start eating it again and feel terrible while I have little kids, last year was so hard and I just want to get strong again. I also plan to bf for a few years and don't necessarily think it's a good idea to eat gluten while bf right? Thank you!

Welcome too! Sorry to hear you're suffering now. If you can nail the diet you should improve. You should also think about vitamin supplements. There's a good chance that you're suffering from one or more deficiencies as a result of the affects of celiac on your intestine's capacity to draw nutrients from your food. A good multi vitamin is a must, just make sure its gluten free and see if your doctor can refer you to a dietician as Lochella's has.

Oh I had heard his name and read some stuff about him but hadn't come across this video! Thanks!!