Missouri

My husband and I have recently moved to the St. Louis area. My goal is to create this gluten free restaurant guide for Missouri as a resource for others in the area and/or traveling through to go to. Feel free to comment below with some recommendations of your own and I’ll add them to the list!

*indicates restaurants I have been to myself

**indicates restaurant recommended by readers

Restaurants in blue writing have website link available.

Chesterfield

*Corner Pub & Grill: The best place around for safe, delicious, affordable gluten free food! We have ate here a few times and the food is amazing! Chicken tenders, fried pickles, fish and chips, and more! The owner’s daughter has celiac so they are super safe and aware of cross contamination. They even have a dedicated fryer! Also has a location in Valley Park

Clayton

*New Day Gluten Free: Dedicated gluten free facility! Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner during most days of the week (check hours to be sure). Their sugar cookies and desserts are incredible!

Creve Coeur 

*Pei Wei: Many gluten free options! I got the Vietnamese Chicken Spring Rolls, Trenton got the Kung Pao and mom got a Cauliflower Rice Bowl. We all really enjoyed our food and would eat here again! It’s like a mini P.F. Chang’s but not as expensive!

*Poke Munch: Build your own poke bowls, signature bowls and rolls. Trenton and I tried poke here for the first time and it was delicious! Items are labeled gluten free and cross contamination is at a minimal.

*The Shack: Owned by the same people who have Corner Pub & Grill. Wonderful breakfast and lunch options! Opened daily from 6:30am-2pm. Trenton got “The King Lives” pancake and it was incredible! I got the “Smoke Em While You Got Em” and it was also very good. We plan on eating here many times! Also has locations in Valley Park, Chesterfield, Frontenac, O’Fallon, & Overland Park.

St. Charles

*Salt + Smoke: Had several gluten free options, but many of the sides or entrees have risk of cross contamination. Make sure you get the gluten free menu and not just look at what’s labeled gluten free on the regular menu. There are items on the gluten free menu that are cooked in a shared fryer and the menu marks those items as so. I got the Cherry Smoked Salmon sandwich on a gf bun, Trenton got the prime brisket sandwich and mom got the pulled chicken plate. Their potato salad was really good as a side item.