New Day Gluten Free Cafe & Bakery

New Day Gluten Free Cafe  & Bakery

New Day Gluten Free Cafe & Bakery is a gluten free bakery and a gluten free cafe.  The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support New Day Gluten Free Cafe  & Bakery. If gluten free businesses are supported by Celiacs there will be more in our communities.

New Day Gluten Free offers a delicious variety of gluten free prepared meals and baked goods.  All menu items are made from scratch in a dedicated gluten & peanut free facility.

New Day is the brainchild of Kelly Patrick, who was diagnosed with celiac disease five years ago. “It was a long road to my diagnosis,” explained Patrick, who suffered for seven years before being told by her doctors the nature of her disease.

When a gluten-free diet immediately made me better, it was a life-changing experience
she said. But while the change in diet brought Patrick better health, it also induced feelings of isolation and frustration for not being able to eat like the rest of her food-loving Italian family. “When I try to go out to eat, I must be the most tiring customer ever,” she said. “I wanted a place where I can go where nothing is off limits,” she explained.

New Day Gluten Free Cafe  & Bakery, 15622 Manchester Rd Ellisville, MO
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About Harold & Dona

This website was developed to help people with Celiac Disease find restaurants that serve gluten free meals. Two members of our family have Celiac Disease. Both of them manage quite well when they eat at home, but when they eat out it is more difficult.

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