I was diagnosed with Celiac disease on November 1, 2006. Funny how easily I remember the exact day I went gluten-free. The date is as easy to remember as Christmas or my birthday. At first, I assumed I would be consuming nothing but grass and nuts for the rest of my life. But through trial and error, and with the love and support of my family and friends, I have been living gluten-free for nearly two years. I couldn't be happier or healthier. I am gladly gluten-free!
Delicius Draeger's for Gluten-Free Products
- By Katie Nelson
- Published 04/21/2008
On the second level of the store, above the shoppers and tucked away in a little corner, is a magnificent restaurant that serves an unbelievable brunch. The staff is acutely aware of the need to be gluten-free, and I had no problem ordering a delicious omelette with a side of herb-roasted potatoes. What sounds like a decadent dish that may encounter cross contamination was absolutely gluten-free and just wonderful. I enjoyed my meal, and I was very comfortable that those who ran the establishment took care of my needs.
If you are ever in the area, Draeger's is not one to miss. Take a little time out of your weekend and visit their restaurant. It is well worth it!
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