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I will be camping (well, a cabin in a campground) in Watkin's Glen, NY this summer for about 5 days.  We will probably bring a lot of food and not eat a lot of meals in restaurants but just thought I would see if anyone knows of some safe places to eat?  They should be somewhat family friendly ( I have 2 tweens who so far do not have celiac thankfully). And, if you also want to suggest some fun activities that would also be great!

Thanks!

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I think that this is the closest celiac support group: http://www.rochesterceliacs.org/

They have some restaurants on the site, or you can join the e-mail group and ask the members for suggestions.

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The Hudson Valley is a fantastic place for gluten-free!!!  My family is from outside Kingston and each time we visit we find it very easy to stay there -- the grocery chain there is awesome...oh crap - brain frog -- will add it back as soon as I remember!

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Elmira and Ithaca are both college towns so likely to have many options...try "findmeglutenfree.com" or here is a good list from a simple search I did:

 

http://www.urbanspoon.com/t/174/1/Ithaca/Gluten-Free-Friendly-restaurants

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Appreciate everyone's suggestions. Thank you!

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Not  sure  how  close  you will be  to these places  but here  are a few:

 

Stonecatcafe......7 miles  from  Watkins Glen

 

Slice Of  Napa

 

Ithaca Bakery

400 Meadow St       some  gluten-free

607-273-7110

 

Ciao

2 hickory hollow lane

Ithaca

 

Pizza  Aroma

 

128 S Cayuga St

607-273-6165

 

 

SimplyCrepes

101 S main

Canandaigua NY

585-394-9090

 

Café too Restaurant

100 s Elmer Sayre, Pa

570-888 2828

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Not  sure  how  close  you will be  to these places  but here  are a few:

 

Stonecatcafe......7 miles  from  Watkins Glen

 

Slice Of  Napa

 

Ithaca Bakery

400 Meadow St       some  gluten-free

607-273-7110

 

Ciao

2 hickory hollow lane

Ithaca

 

Pizza  Aroma

 

128 S Cayuga St

607-273-6165

 

 

SimplyCrepes

101 S main

Canandaigua NY

585-394-9090

 

Café too Restaurant

100 s Elmer Sayre, Pa

570-888 2828

Looked all of these up, thank you for the great tips. Will make it a little easier to eat out. 

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