100% Gluten Free Restaurant – Sweet27 Bar and Restaurant

Totally gluten free restaurants are difficult to find, the Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Sweet27 and all gluten free restaurants.  If these businesses are supported by Celiacs more will open, and the ones that are here will continue to operate. 

Sweet27 Bar and Restaurant  – a 100% G F Restaurant

formerly Meet 27

The Restaurant

Bordering Remington and Charles Village on the corner of Howard and 27th Streets, Sweet27 is a neighborhood restaurant. Two custom-painted murals, and artwork by local artists create a warm and casual atmosphere and is perfect for a night out.

In addition to our colorful murals of Baltimore celebrities painted by MICA students, our tables are custom designed to resemble traditional farm tables. The tables are all made from reclaimed Brazilian Pine and the legs are made from pallet parts that originally came from the Federal Reserve.

Designed to accommodate all tastes, Sweet27 allows everyone enjoy their dinner whether carnivorous, gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and soy free, and go home with a happy stomach. Our chefs are constantly working to come up with new blasts of sophisticated taste, so eat well with a selection of local, all-natural, organic, and homemade foods.

With his background from Indian upbringing to life on a cruise ship and then restaurants all over the USA, Richard D’Souza brings a range of tastes from all over the globe. His career on 27th Street started years ago with the opening of Sweet Sin Bakery located next door to Sweet27.

Our menu IS 100 % gluten-free  and we accommodate dairy free, soy-free diets.

Sweet27
127 west 27 th street, Baltimore, MD 21218
410 585 8121

Visit Sweet27’s website

Enter Sweet27’s address into the Gluten Free Dining Guide to find this or other restaurants in the Baltimore area.  Baltimore has a great selection of restaurants that serve gluten free food.


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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