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In a few weeks I will be going to the Boston area for a concert (DMB), but I have no idea where I can eat. I don't want to have to go to Wendy's or McDonalds the whole time that I'm there. Does anyone who of any restaurants with gluten-free food or items on their menu that I could eat? Thx

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Go online and check the web for the following restaurants: outback, carrabas, chili's, chick-fil-a and bennigan's.

See if they're located in the area you're visiting. They have gluten-free menu items in the Texas area, but I don't know all the locations.

Hope this helps! Safe eating!

Celina

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The Elephant Walk, 900 Beacon St, Boston (www.elephantwalk.com) have a Celiac menu on their website.

I haven't been to this restaurant but am visiting New England soon and be interested in comments

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Thank you so much! I'll let you know how the elephant walk is! :)

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