Rise and Shine with Gluten-Free Goodies

By Chris Chamberlain / Photography By Jill Melton | January 13, 2016
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Dose Coffee and Tea offers delicious house baked gluten-free coffee cakes, muffins and bars.

Just because you are averse to gluten, doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a delightful snack along with your cuppa.  Here are some of our favorite coffee shops with a good selection of gluten-free goodies. 

With three full-service locations in 12 South, Franklin and Downtown Nashville plus their own bakery and a limited menu at Grimey’s II on 8th Avenue, Frothy Monkey offers plenty of spots for good food and drink from breakfast until dinner. Gluten-free options include a popular low sugar cookie plus muffins and bread that can be substituted for any of their sandwich or bagel items.  

12 South 
2509 12th Ave S 
(615) 292-1808  

Downtown Nashville 
235 5th Ave N 
(615) 891-1015 

Franklin 
125 5th Ave S 
(615) 465-6279 

Bakery 
1010 Fatherland St 
(615) 490-3627  

Grimey’s II 
1702 8th Ave S 
(615) 891-1986 
www.frothymonkey.com 

Red Bicycle has recently opened a second location in Woodbine to complement the original shop in Germantown. Whichever outlet you visit, take advantage of their gluten-free Crêpes, especially the Highlander stuffed with chicken, apples, blue cheese and tarragon aioli.  

Germantown 
1200 5th Ave North Suite 104 
(615) 516-1986  

Woodbine 
2519 Nolensville Pike 
(615) 454-2738 
www.redbicyclecoffee.com 

Barista Parlor is best known for their quality coffees brewed with a variety of innovative methods, but their breakfast sandwiches made with optional GF buttermilk biscuits or those with any combination of eggs, bacon and sausage are worthy of acclaim as well! 

East Nashville 
519 Gallatin Ave 
(615) 712-9766  

Golden Sound 
610 Magazine St 
(615) 227-4782 

Germantown 
1230 4th Avenue North 
www.baristaparlor.com 

Fido has been a Hillsboro Village stalwart for many years. In addition to excellent coffee, FIdo offer a constantly changing menu of food specials for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For a gluten-free breakfast, try a bowl of their buckwheat or request their special GF pancakes. 

1812 21st Ave S 
(615) 777-3436 
www.bongojava.com/fido-cafe 

Sylvan Park residents depend on Dose for their daily...err...dose of caffeine in addition to a rotating selection of baked goods made in-house each day. You can always expect several gluten-free options on the daily menu. 

3431 Murphy Rd 
(615) 457-1300 
www.dosecoffeeandtea.com 

Eighth and Roast outsources most of their gluten-free food options, but that’s ok because their specialty suppliers concentrate on delicious gluten-free desserts.  Vegan Vee provides the doughnuts and Gretchen's Gluten Free Goodies bakes up a wide variety of treats for Eighth and Roast customers.  

2108 8th Ave S 
(615) 730-8074 
www.facebook.com/roastinc 

 

The extensive list of GF crepes offered at Red Bicycle will make any celiac feel like wearing a beret during breakfast.
Photo 1: Gluten-free cookies at Fido in Hillsboro Village are perfect alongside one of their many specialty espresso drinks.
Photo 2: Five Daughters Bakery's infamous 100 Layer Donuts featured at Barista Parlor.
Article from Edible Nashville at http://ediblenashville.ediblecommunities.com/eat/rise-and-shine-gluten-free-goodies
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