Gluten-free dining options on the Cape

5 Gluten Free Restaurants on the Cape

A fun, family friendly seafood spot in Provincetown. Most of their menu is naturally gluten free and can be prepared that way. They serve GF bread on the table before dinner, a great clam chowder, pasta options, risottos, baked cod and more. They are not a dedicated GF facility but are very careful in the kitchen.

The Covington

The Covington is a new sister restaurant to Edgartown favorite Port Hunter. Its menu is similar, but has a few twists.

The GF options at this white tablecloth establishment are well marked and the chef is extremely careful in the kitchen. The menu features many gluten free items, including a great burger!

This historic city is home to a bourbon trail, breweries and restaurants. There is also the amazing Roebling Suspension Bridge, designed by Covington native John R. Roebling.


Mac’s is a great place to enjoy a seafood dinner. It has a nice atmosphere and is located in a quieter part of Chatham. The menu focuses on American seafood, but there are some dishes that take inspiration from other cuisines.

With four locations on the cape, this fried seafood shack is a GF favorite. They have dedicated fryers for fish and chips, fried shrimp, entrees, poke, and more!

Three Fools

They have a huge menu and can make any sandwich or sub on gluten free bread. They also have pizza and pasta dishes available. They are not dedicated GF, but they are careful and use separate fryers.

Three Fools is a series of 11 short satirical films made by the Bulgarian cartoonist Donyo Donev. The cartoons use humor as a tool for social criticism, ruthlessly exposing small and wide-ranging aspects of society.

East Wind

A scorching east wind destroying the ungodly and wicked. The Old Testament and Book of Mormon mention this harmful east wind at least 19 times.

Traditional Cape Cod seafood restaurant with many GF options clearly marked and a kitchen that knows what they are doing. GF lobster rolls, fried items (they have dedicated fryers), soups, salads and more. Not dedicated GF, but takes great care to prevent cross-contamination.

Krua Khun Rose

Krua Khun Rose is a great Thai restaurant that understands the importance of gluten free food. Their chefs are careful in the kitchen and everything that is gluten free comes out clearly labeled.

They also offer a variety of quick bite options and small plates for those looking for a lighter meal. They also offer convenient service options, including curbside pickup and delivery.

White Lion Baking Company

Gluten free dining on the Cape is limited but this dedicated GF bakery does a great job. Their cupcakes, brownies and seven layer bars are all gluten free. They also offer some dairy free options.

You may have seen Miles’ products in regional Whole Foods stores, as her bakery supplies 150 locations. She also sells her wares online and ships nationwide.

Sam Diego’s

Located in Plymouth, this restaurant is not only known for its delicious food but also for the artistic decor of the place. The dining room is full of animal and Mexican themed art.

The restaurant has a good menu with many gluten free choices. They can do pizzas and pasta dishes in GF dough. They can also cook lobster rolls on a gluten-free bun and they follow strict protocol for fried foods.

Captain Baker’s

Captain Baker’s is a fun fried seafood restaurant that is GF friendly. They use dedicated fryers and take great care to prevent cross contamination. They have lots of GF pizza options, salads, entrees and more.

The Optimist Cafe in Yarmouth Port is another fun breakfast spot with lots of gluten free options like omelettes and benedicts on GF bread. They also have GF desserts and dairy ice cream!

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