Gluten Free Restaurant Guide to Passover in Atlanta

Keeping K4P (Kosher for Passover) is sometimes such a chore you’d rather just skip meals. This year, we won’t let you go hungry. We have researched the city for a basic list of bread-free breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack options! Don’t eat the same matzah brei every day; add some variety to your unleavened diet. We’ve covered all your bases!

PSA: please thoroughly check ingredients for each dish before consuming, we are listing all unleavened options but did not exclude items with corn, corn syrup, rice and/or beans.

Breakfast

Goldberg’s Bagel

Two eggs scrambled with Nova and Onions from Goldberg’s Bagel will have you day dreaming that you’re tasting it on a bagel. Order a side of latkes and fresh fruit and you’ll be stuffed for the day!

Thumbs Up Diner

With 6 locations around Atlanta, chances are a Thumbs Up Diner is only a couple minutes away. Drive over for a menu that is crafted in a way that you can customize anything and everything yourself. Take charge on the DIY menu or order a veggie-filled Portland Scramble with with squash, zucchini, broccoli, mushrooms, black olives, banana peppers, and feta cheese. Just nix the toast!

Lunch

Gusto

Whether you’re a rice eater or you go straight for the salad, you can have it your way at Gusto. There are 7 signature flavors to choose from, but taste their tahini cucumber feta or sweet soy sriracha combination if it’s your first time- they hit the spot!

Photo by Emily Schultz

Photo by Emily Schultz

Souper Jenny

Go check out one of Souper Jenny’s 4 Atlanta locations for a homemade meal you don’t have to make yourself! Her newest location in the Atlanta History Center is worth a little drive. The menu changes daily, but keep an eye out for hearty soups filled with vegetables and salads that are so colorful and fresh you’ll wonder how she pulls it off!

Dinner

Rumi’s Kitchen

Persian food is delicious and healthy option when you’re avoiding the big B (bread). Start your meal with a traditional appetizer of Dolmeh- minced beef, rice, mild herbs, grape leaves with sweet & sour pomegranate sauce. For the main course, we recommend the Shish Kabob with filet mignon, bell pepper, onion, saffron basmati rice. (You can always leave off the rice if it’s not your tradition to consume during Passover.)

Photo by Rumi's Kitchen

Photo by Rumi’s Kitchen

Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano

If you can surpass the homemade pasta and homemade pizza from Antico next door, go grab a bowl of the Sorrento Lemon chicken with potatoes from Gio’s. The chicken is outstanding- just make sure to request no bread on the side.

Snacks

Urban Pl8

Now at Krog Street Market, Urban Pl8 offers a wide selection of grab-and-go salads (as well as sandwiches). One of our favorites is the roasted beet and goat cheese served over mixed greens with sliced raw almonds and a raspberry vinaigrette.

LottaFrutta

If you need a little pick-me-up, stop at LottaFrutta on Auburn Avenue, the Airport or their Avalon location. Grab a Cremolata cup loaded with fruit and topped with Bananas, grapes, melon, papaya, strawberry and watermelon, served with delicious homemade coconut crema. It’s fresh, healthy and filling!

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Want more restaurant ideas? Check out our favorite dining destinations around Atlanta here. Then, be sure to catch Atlanta Eats on Peachtree TV every Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!

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