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Our Sonoma County support group will have a delicious gluten-free luncheon at Crepevine in Santa Rosa on Sunday, Dec. 2nd, at 2 PM.
Arrive solo and join us at a long table, or bring your family and friends, too. All are welcome, including kids. You don't have to be a "member" or live in Sonoma County -- we'd love to meet you!
Owner Tareq Fakhouri, who maintains a gluten-free diet himself, will welcome us at 2 PM. We will each order and pay separately from the menu, which includes many gluten-free options: crepes, salads, pies and bread. Although the website does not indicate which items are gluten-free, you can check out the menu items and prices there. The gluten-free information is available in the restaurant.
Special care is taken daily to prevent cross-contact, and the kitchen will be "extra cautious" for us, but diners should know it is a kitchen that prepares wheat items as well.
An RSVP is required for this special event. Email your name and the number in your party to me at firstname.lastname@example.org by November 30th (earlier is better and helps us plan). You will receive a confirmation.