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Enjoy Gluten-Free Options During Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 

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Want to skip the wheat during Hudson Valley Restaurant Week? Savor gluten-free options at these eateries in the region.

If you are gluten-free, don’t feel like you have to miss out on Hudson Valley Restaurant Week, which takes place from April 8 to 21. There are plenty of Hudson Valley restaurants on the lineup that offer an extensive selection of gluten-free dishes. 

Check out all of the restaurants listed as offering gluten-free friendly here. Plus, get a little taste of what’s being dished out below.  

179 Bar and Grill 

New Rochelle 

With a focus on modern American cuisine, 179 Bar and Grill delights with a warm atmosphere and handcrafted cocktails. Gluten-free appetizers include crispy calamari, veal meatballs, tortilla soup, and arugula and pear salad. The best part of the menu, however, are the gluten-free entrees. Chicken francese, Atlantic salmon, and the chicken scarpariello are all delicious options.

Lunch Sunday-Thursday ($29.95) and dinner Sunday-Thursday ($44.95)

 
 
 
 
 
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Freddy’s Restaurant 

Pleasantville 

A hotspot in Pleasantville, Freddy’s invites diners to enjoy a special combination of American comfort food classics with a lively and boisterous atmosphere. For starters, check out the sunchoke “tostones,” deviled eggs, tuna tartare with sriracha mayo, or sweet and sour beets with goat cheese sformato, arugula, and pistachios. The dinner menu delights with a plethora of gluten-free options, such as the shaved brussels salad, chopped Italian combo salad, salmon, risotto, char siu heritage pork chop, and “nice little salad.” 

Lunch Tuesday-Sunday ($29.95) and dinner Tuesday-Sunday ($44.95)

 
 
 
 
 
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Millstream

Woodstock

Offering casual or elevated dining, this gem in Woodstock crafts dishes with locally sourced ingredients. For restaurant week, appetizers that are listed as gluten-free include the grilled asparagus with olive, grilled tomato tapenade, and spring salad with shallot, cucumber, seasoned radish, mesclun, heirloom cherry tomato, and watermelon vinaigrette. Be sure to inform your server if you are looking for other gluten-free options. 

Dinner Thursday-Sunday ($44.95)

 
 
 
 
 
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Sam’s of Gedney Way 

White Plains 

A versatile spot for watching the game, having a romantic dinner, or taking a private business dinner, Sam’s of Gedney Way is a deliciously modern American bistro. For the lunch first course, enjoy warm jumbo asparagus and goat cheese or chicory salad and piave. For a lunch entrée, dine on the grilled Faroe Island salmon paillard. Wheat-free dinner entrees include the Faroe Island salmon and thyme-roasted flat iron steak. For dessert, enjoy a mixed triple berry and soft peak cream.  

Lunch Tuesday-Friday ($29.95) and dinner Tuesday-Sunday ($44.95)

 
 
 
 
 
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Tipsy Taco Bar

Scarsdale/Mt. Kisco

Experience a fresh take on Mexican cuisine with organic meat and a 90-percent gluten-free menu. Be sure to specify with your server which options are gluten-free. The Hudson Valley Restaurant Week menu features guacamole and Atlantic shrimp ceviche for starters. Some main course options include enchiladas verdes or rojas, Faroe Island salmon, and New York steak and mole. 

Lunch Monday-Friday ($29.95) and dinner Monday-Friday ($39.95)

 
 
 
 
 
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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is back this April 8-21!