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#1 tarnalberry

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Posted 10 June 2004 - 03:31 PM

Ah... gotta love my work. I found out today that I leave Monday for a week long meeting in Detroit.

So... anyone familiar with the area... where should I get groceries? what gluten-free restaurants are in the area?

Thanks!
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#2 dianne

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Posted 11 June 2004 - 06:07 AM

I live near Royal Oak, which is a suburb north of Detroit. In Troy, there is a Whole Foods market, and a Good Food Company. There is a Trader Joe's on Woodward, at Catalpa (11 1/2 Mile). As for dining out, there is Wood-Ruff's Supper Club, which has a separate gluten-free menu. Also, there is an Outback in Royal Oak, on Campbell and 14 Mile Road. Why don't you check the website for the Tri-County Celiac Support Group? They are based in Farmington, but the website (tccsg.com) has listings of restaurants, stores, and bakeries in the state of Michigan. I hope this helps out. :)
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