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646d

Where are some good places to eat out that support my need to maintain a gluten-free diet?

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    • CeliabeticJen

      628d

      @AMWes if you ask for a manager and explain it, the manager takes great care with that.

    • poodlelover28

      629d

      I agree with red robin they're delicious! I also get Chipotle and ask them to switch out the spoons and change their gloves.

      • AMWes

        629d

        @poodlelover28 unfortunately with both qdoba and chipotle, they touch all of the ingredients with gloves that already have touched wraps. I used to get bean bowls until i realized that the location I had been to smear the queso onto burritos using the ladle :/ it made me so sick and i couldn't figure out what was doing it until months after i started getting bean bowls

        • CeliabeticJen

          628d

          @AMWes if you ask for a manager and explain it, the manager takes great care with that.

    • Harlowe

      632d

      If you have a Biaggis near you, they are amazing!

      • CeliabeticJen

        630d

        @Harlowe agreed!!! My fave!

        • AMWes

          630d

          @CeliabeticJen is this a regional thing? I've never heard of them until now. I'll definitely look for one though!!

    • AMWes

      632d

      Culver's is great, so is Five Guys in my experiences. For both, just get the burger and avoid the fries because they don't have a separate fryer. Authentic Mexican restaurant usually have fajitas which are gluten free if you get it without the tortillas.

    • CeliabeticJen

      641d

      Red Robin is great! So is Meatheads (their employees are well trained on it)!

    • Tessalyn

      644d

      If you have a Culver’s in your area, they are great! If you like burgers, just ask for a gluten free bun and tell them it’s an allergy! (Don’t get the fries, they don’t have a separate fryer for them) It’s always a safe place to eat, I go there quite often! Other than that, I would google places in your area, and a lot of restaurants have allergen menus

    • shannancy

      646d

      I would google gluten free restaurants in your area or call local restaurants in your area

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