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Here Are 12 Places to Find a Gluten-Free Burger in Atlanta

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Victory Sandwich Bar.
| Photo: John Maley

Imagine sinking your teeth into a thick, freshly grilled burger, hearing the crunch of the toasted bun and savoring all of the luscious toppings piled high on the patty. Got it? Now, imagine that same burger, only eaten with a knife and fork. Not quite the same experience? Looking for a burger on a bun when following a gluten-free diet requires a little research, but thankfully, Atlanta boasts a number of restaurants— including the 12 below— offering up burgers delivered on a gluten-less bun.
Jennifer Harris


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Dakota Blue

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Dakota Blue's owner follows a gluten-free diet, so it only makes sense this Grant Park spot offers Udi’s Gluten Free buns for the seven-ounce hormone free and flame-grilled burger; $1.50 upcharge. [Photo]

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

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This Little Five Points pub tops its grass fed beef burgers with housemade bacon sauce and an oven-roasted tomato on a toasted gluten-free bun from Pure Knead; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

Urban Cannibals

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Not only are all housemade soups, dressings, and chilis here gluten-free, but the far-from-ordinary burgers come served on Pure Knead’s gluten-free buns; $.50 upcharge. [Photo]

Farm Burger

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All Farm Burger locations offer their farm fresh beef burgers on Pure Knead’s gluten-free buns. Get creative and top it with a fried egg, smoked paprika mayo, and bacon for breakfast on a bun; $1.35 upcharge. [Photo]

Victory Sandwich Bar

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Wash down a sandwich on a gluten-free slider bun with one of Victory's infamous Jack & Coke slushies. The cleverly named sandwiches here like the Mile High Club and the Super Mario come served with a side of slaw; $1.50 upcharge.

Sprig Restaurant

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Enjoy a grass fed beef burger on Pure Knead’s allergen-friendly buns. The beef is ground fresh daily and burgers are cooked to order; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers

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This chain has a gluten-free menu that includes Udi’s Gluten Free buns for the fresh and never-frozen beef burgers on offer. It may even make you say ‘yum.’; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

Burger 21

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This Mall of Georgia outpost offers a gluten-free menu featuring burgers served on French Meadow Bakery’s buns and topped with applewood-smoked bacon, blue cheese, crimini mushrooms, Fontina cheese, and more; no upcharge. [Photo]

The Counter

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Create your own burger here, choosing between beef or bison, and then picking from a vast selection of sauces and toppings, making sure to select the gluten-free bun; $1.25 upcharge. [Photo]

South City Kitchen Vinings

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Both the location in Midtown and in Vinings offer South City's pimento cheeseburger with barbecue mayo on a Pure Knead bun that let's you know you really are in the South; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

YEAH! Burger

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One of the first burger joints in Atlanta to offer a gluten-free bun on its menu, choose from grass fed beef, pastured bison, cage-free chicken, or a vegan burger. Top it and sauce it, and be sure to ask for an Udi’s Gluten Free bun; $1.25 upcharge. [Photo]

Park 75 Restaurant

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Order one of the specialty burgers from chef Robert Gerstenecker’s Burger Bar and it will arrive on a Pure Knead bun. If you want gluten-free french fries, just ask and they can be made on special order; no upcharge. [Photo]

Dakota Blue

Dakota Blue's owner follows a gluten-free diet, so it only makes sense this Grant Park spot offers Udi’s Gluten Free buns for the seven-ounce hormone free and flame-grilled burger; $1.50 upcharge. [Photo]

Wrecking Bar Brewpub

This Little Five Points pub tops its grass fed beef burgers with housemade bacon sauce and an oven-roasted tomato on a toasted gluten-free bun from Pure Knead; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

Urban Cannibals

Not only are all housemade soups, dressings, and chilis here gluten-free, but the far-from-ordinary burgers come served on Pure Knead’s gluten-free buns; $.50 upcharge. [Photo]

Farm Burger

All Farm Burger locations offer their farm fresh beef burgers on Pure Knead’s gluten-free buns. Get creative and top it with a fried egg, smoked paprika mayo, and bacon for breakfast on a bun; $1.35 upcharge. [Photo]

Victory Sandwich Bar

Wash down a sandwich on a gluten-free slider bun with one of Victory's infamous Jack & Coke slushies. The cleverly named sandwiches here like the Mile High Club and the Super Mario come served with a side of slaw; $1.50 upcharge.

Sprig Restaurant

Enjoy a grass fed beef burger on Pure Knead’s allergen-friendly buns. The beef is ground fresh daily and burgers are cooked to order; $2 upcharge. [Photo]

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers

This chain has a gluten-free menu that includes Udi’s Gluten Free buns for the fresh and never-frozen beef burgers on offer. It may even make you say ‘yum.’; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

Burger 21

This Mall of Georgia outpost offers a gluten-free menu featuring burgers served on French Meadow Bakery’s buns and topped with applewood-smoked bacon, blue cheese, crimini mushrooms, Fontina cheese, and more; no upcharge. [Photo]

The Counter

Create your own burger here, choosing between beef or bison, and then picking from a vast selection of sauces and toppings, making sure to select the gluten-free bun; $1.25 upcharge. [Photo]

South City Kitchen Vinings

Both the location in Midtown and in Vinings offer South City's pimento cheeseburger with barbecue mayo on a Pure Knead bun that let's you know you really are in the South; $1 upcharge. [Photo]

YEAH! Burger

One of the first burger joints in Atlanta to offer a gluten-free bun on its menu, choose from grass fed beef, pastured bison, cage-free chicken, or a vegan burger. Top it and sauce it, and be sure to ask for an Udi’s Gluten Free bun; $1.25 upcharge. [Photo]

Park 75 Restaurant

Order one of the specialty burgers from chef Robert Gerstenecker’s Burger Bar and it will arrive on a Pure Knead bun. If you want gluten-free french fries, just ask and they can be made on special order; no upcharge. [Photo]

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