Dig Inn

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Contact Info

Address:
Flatiron: 16 E 23rd St (Map)
Flatiron: 1178 Broadway (Map)
Hell’s Kitchen: 856 8th Ave (Map)
Midtown West: 40 W 55th St (Map)
South Village: 350 Hudson St (Map)
Financial District: 80 Broad St (Map)
Midtown East: 150 E 52nd St (Map)
Murray Hill: 275 Madison Ave (Map)
Battery Park: 225 Liberty St (Map)
Union Square: 17 E 17th St (Map)
Financial District: 80 Pine St (Map)
Upper East Side: 1297 Lexington Ave (Map)
Morningside Heights: 2884 Broadway (Map)
Cuisine: American
Website: www.diginn.com
Phone: (212) 253-6174
Price: $$

NoBread Facts

Gluten Free Menu: Yes

Cross Contamination: Yes

Malted Rice: N/A

Gluten Free Pasta: N/A

Gluten Free Bread: No

Gluten Free Taco Shells: N/A

So here's what we think...

Fast-casual, build-your-own, healthy bowls? It’s a combination of all the best trends of the past two years — no wonder Dig Inn has been wildly successful first in New York, and now in Boston. With a seasonal menu, plenty of gluten free, dairy free, and vegan options, and hearty portions, Dig Inn is food that makes you feel good and satisfied…

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Think Chipotle-style ordering. It’s simple — walk in, choose from field greens or grains as your base (or switch it up and choose a side as your base for an additional fee), and pick two sides and a protein. Avocado is available as an add-on, any of the sides are available a la carte, and the sauces can be drizzled on or given on the side.

Most of the menu is gluten-free; the things that aren’t are clearly marked on the paper menus that are hanging in the restaurant. The proteins are what make Dig Inn stand apart from Sweetgreen — they are freshly made, and hearty portions. You can choose from charred chicken thighs, chicken breast, steak (that’s cooked medium rare, which is amazing), salmon, and meatballs (which are also gluten-free). For vegans, there is tofu as well. Sometimes there are seasonal items, like duck.

Dig Inn is redefining healthy, fast-casual food by providing quality menu items at a great price. The ability to build your own bowl allows you to customize your meal exactly to your liking and makes it a restaurant where anyone will enjoy eating. They also have strong ethics — they believe in community, sustainability, sourcing straight from small farms, and putting the customer first.