Your guide to eating at gluten free restaurants in Falmouth, Massachusetts. Here is where I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner on our 4 day summer trip to Cape Cod.
All gluten free restaurants in Falmouth are located on Main Street. There are three additional mentions located on Martha’s Vineyard, Woods Hole and Hyannis.
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Simply Divine Pizza Co.
An Italian Pizzeria and Bar featuring hand tossed, stone-fired pizza in a Neapolitan tradition. We enjoyed the White Three Cheese and a Classic Cheese Pizza.
Also located on Falmouth’s Main Street, eat gluten free Greek food to your heart’s content. Start your dinner with a glass of red wine. Specifically, Kyklos Agiorgitiko, with fresh aromas of plum and blackberry.
While deciding on your Estia entrees, munch on gluten-free pita. Choose the Kabob Combo and share with a friend. Two skewers served with veggies, tzatziki, a Greek side salad plus one side!
Tip: Ask your server to point out the gluten free menu items as they are not denoted.
Devour Artisan Eatery
Gluten free fast food or dine-in restaurant in Falmouth. They offer vegan, vegetarian and an extensive gluten free menu.
Breakfast is served between 8 AM and 10:30 AM. I suggest trying their Breakfast Sandwich with bacon and avocado. If you are looking for lunch, there are several gluten-free sandwiches I wished I had time to try!
Located in Falmouth AND Oaks Bluff, Martha’s Vineyard! “Created from a passion for fresh produce, spicy homemade meat marinades and a love for Mexican food.” (Adam and Guinevere Rebello)
We visited the Dilly’s Taqueria in Oaks Bluff while we were day tripping on Martha’s Vineyard. It was wonderful to find gluten free restaurant options on the island.
The menu is a “Build It Yourself” style. Choose your base, protein and fillings. The gluten-free items are denoted on the menu.
A classic ’50s diner. This Falmouth restaurant opens early so you have more time for your Cape Cod adventures.
We were delighted to find they offered these gluten free breakfast items:
- Gluten free waffles
- Gluten free pancakes
- Eggs, sausage and gluten free home fries.
Each meal arrived at our table with gluten free stickers. Highly recommend Betsy’s Diner!
Anejo Mexican Bistro
This Mexican-style street food restaurant in Falmouth is BUSY! Show up early or call ahead.
The margaritas are enormous and SO good. Their chips are made in a shared frier. A super important fact to check when eating at a Mexican restaurant.
The gluten free menu items are limited and are not denoted. I had the Poblano Mole. Ancho-braised chicken with mole poblano sauce, Oaxaca-jack cheese, and sour cream.
Quicks Hole Tavern
Take a ride on the Shining Sea Bikeway and stop for lunch in Woods Hole. The bike path ends at Quicks Hole Tavern. Park and lock your bike at the provided bike racks.
Enjoy locally sourced seafood and farm-to-table pub fare. This restaurant has a separate frier and can make you gluten free fries! I can bike more miles with that as my end goal.
The lobster roll and tavern house burger are great choices for lunch. Check out their menu. Once again, no GF denotations. Ask the server or chef.
Grilled Cheese Gallery – Hyannis
Venturing out to Hyannis? Shop at the Art Shanties, walk the Walkway to the Sea or see the Harbor Light. Then, stop for lunch on Main Street.
Grilled cheese is a meal that immediately takes me back to childhood. The Grilled Cheese Gallery is a small venue. It has limited indoor dining but loads of outdoor seating.
We recommend The Mondial with prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, fig, balsamic on gluten free bread.