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2 Toots Restaurant
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Hi all,

 

Went to 2 Toots restuarant in Bartlett, IL yesterday.  They offer gluten free buns for the hamburgers and hot-dogs.  The buns were delicious, the hamburger was real thin though (good grass fed beef).

 

Has anyone else tried the restaurant?  Kids love it!

 

Shelley

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