My husband and I had a night out without the kids and wanted to dine in Little Italy. We were pleasantly surprised to find so many of the restaurants on Mulberry Street in the heart of Little Italy had gluten free pizza and/or pasta noted on their menus. They menus are frequently set up right along the street in front of the restaurant for easy viewing -- making it a tough decision when trying to decide where to dine! We decided on Da Nico, which has a large outdoor seating area in back. It was a gorgeous evening, so the back patio was starting to fill up when we arrived. There is plenty of indoor seating, too, but on that evening, there were very few tables occupied inside. Even though they don't have a separate Gluten Free Menu, they note on their main menu that they can do most pasta dishes on the menu gluten free, using either Bertoli gluten free spaghetti or penne. There are plenty of other items on the menu that are gluten free or can be tailored to be. Just talk to your server or the manager. I ordered a heavenly spinach salad which could have been a meal in itself. It was loaded with fresh mushrooms, pancetta, walnuts, and orange segments. I followed that with gluten free spaghetti with white clam sauce, one of my favorite things to order, since that's not something I'd typically make at home. It was delicious. The Bertoli gluten free pasta was done perfectly. My husband ordered gluten free spaghetti with Arrabiatta sauce, which he also enjoyed. If you have Celiac or are gluten sensitive, be sure to let them know you are on a medically necessary gluten free diet and request that they prepare the pasta in a separate pot of water and use a clean colander, utensils, etc. They do not have any information about their gluten free offerings on their website, but if you are interested in going to this restaurant (and I'd recommend it), call ahead of time and talk with a manager about your gluten free needs and to find out if what you'd like to order can be done gluten free.