Gluten-free farm-to-table organic restaurant opens in Williamsburg, because, of course it did

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We’re actually surprised this didn’t ALREADY exist here:

A farm-to-table gluten-free haven has arrived on Bedford Avenue featuring fresh, local, and seasonal fare that promises to please the most sensitive palate.

The Greenhouse at WILD, which had its soft launch at 340 Bedford Ave. in late January, is the third location for the farm-fresh, gluten-free eatery chain, founded by twin sisters and social entrepreneurs Miki and Radha Agrawal. The opening was originally reported by the website Socially Superlative.

The sisters opened the original WILD location in the West Village in 2006, where they touted it as one of the city’s first restaurants to offer up organic, gluten-free pizzas. They followed up on their success by launching WILD Las Vegas with the help of Tony Hsieh, founder of online shoe giant Zappos.

All three WILD eateries source ingredients from organic, local farms and feature beer and wine from regional vineyards and breweries. The menu ranges from a $6 gluten-free brushetta to a $24 wild mushroom truffle gluten-free pizza.

The Greenhouse at WILD is located at 340 Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg.

Comments

  1. Martin Alexander says:

    Had their ravioli and the tiramisu one night.
    Both were very awesome!

  2. We’re excited to have more restaurants in the neighborhood that are both healthy and gluten-free–just how we like it! Can’t wait to try…

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