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Tradewinds Island Grand Resort - St. Pete Beach

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We recently spent some time at the subject resort in mid-February.  Out of the 7 restaurants there, three of them offered gluten-free options.  The Concierge (sp?) was very helpful and gave us a copy of a listing she had generated of gluten-friendly restaurants within a few miles of the resort (at least 5 within walking distance).  Their deli had a wide variety of gluten-free potato chips, and snacks.


I'll admit, it was a pricey vacation, but we had planned on it being expensive.  The only place off-resort I cannot recommend is Silas Dents.  I believe hubby got glutened there, on day 3 of the vacation, and pretty much ruined the rest of the vacation.


I would go again, but next time, I'd fly instead of drive.  The time in the car, plus the time cooped-up in the room was a bit too much "togetherness!"


But, the first 3 days were glorious!


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