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Hi guys. Here in argentina, a man called Federico Lopez, created a gluten free map, we want to fill it with safe places to eat worldwide, here is the link:

 

https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zKgZSRY3vVWg.kqNg-kBX3BsI  

 

Would you like to help fill it? you have to give me the full address of the safe restaurant or place (street, number, city, state, country) and i'll send it to him, so that he will add the place in the map.

Thanks!! :)

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This local restaurant has gluten free offerings, and have even brought me a jar of sauce to read the label myself (just in case).

 

http://dbmcmillans.com/

 

DB McMillan's Pub and Grill

23415 Three Notch Road

California, MD 20619


 

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WOW without Wheat

1754 Central Park Dr, OkemosMI 48864

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2GOOD2B

204 N El Camino Real,

Encinitas, California, 92024, United States

2B by 2GOOD2B

423 F Street,

San Diego, California, 92101, United States

Both completely gluten free

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I don't know if he wants to add chain type places but maybe add places like Red Robin--get their locations from their website??  They have fantastic gluten-free handling procedures.

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t.Loft in Kansas City has a 100% dedicated Gluten Free kitchen

8025 Stateline Rd

KC, MO 64114

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5225 W  116th Pl

Leawood, Ks 66211

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