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Support Groups In Ct?
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Does anyone know of any support groups that meet in CT? Any information would be helpful.

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I bet there are.  I found one by googling something like "Celiac support group Kansas city".  Of course you might want to substitiute something for the "KC".  :D

 

 

This is from the main page but I'm not sure how up-to-date it is:

 

http://www.celiac.com/categories/Celiac-Disease-Support-Groups%2C-Organizations-%26amp%3B-Contacts/

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If you ever visit NYC there is a great meet up group and a few of us who live nearby :)

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That's actually good to know! I have a friend that moved to NYC for a job, so my friends and I will probably be visiting him soon! Whenever I go on vacation I look up restaurants in the area using 'findmeglutenfree' it's been very helpful. Do you have any recommendations for restaurants in NYC? We could be visiting him as early as next month.

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You asked the right person! My friend and I made this gluten-free map of restaurants in NYC. However, when I give it out to people, I let them know that I have not tried or contacted all of the restaurants myself, so I don't know about their individual precautions for cross-contamination. When you pick one of them, definitely give them a call and ask :)

Personally my favorite is Bistango. Pala is great as well. It all depends on what neighborhood you're it. Let me know if you have any questions! :)

https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=en&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=216570287516990318997.0004bf01007d2efc14c13

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Whoa! You weren't kidding! I clicked on it and a bunch of restaurants came up. This is awesome, thank you! Hmm, I don't know NYC very well at all. I couldn't even tell you where we were, really. I know last time we were there we hit Central Park and the museum of Natural History. (both were awesome!) so I guess restaurants around that vicinity, and nearby the train station would be the most helpful. Are there any IN the train station? That would be awesome too. I haven't been to NYC since my diagnosis. 

 

I'm at work now, (teehee) so I'll probably have to wait until I get home to really dig into all of these restaurants. If I can't find a gluten free menu, I usually email them for the menu/more information. Thanks for the help!

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Oh no, when you go to NYC do not eat at the train station - there are waaaayyyy too many amazing restaurants in the city!

 

I know of a few good restaurants on the Upper West Side, but they may be a little pricey. Depends on what you're looking for. But if there's a restaurant you really want to try, it would only be a subway ride away. Good (& safe) food is worth it  ;)

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