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My family and I do not eat out often, but I don't know of any restaurants in my area that we could even go to where I would be able to eat. We can't afford Outback and the closest one is 45 minutes away.

Is there anyway to find a list?

Thanks for any and all suggestions/help.

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My family and I do not eat out often, but I don't know of any restaurants in my area that we could even go to where I would be able to eat. We can't afford Outback and the closest one is 45 minutes away.

Is there anyway to find a list?

Thanks for any and all suggestions/help.

There is a PF Changs in Beachwood, right off of 271 at Chagrin.

I don't do much restaurants, but I know that one.

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Thanks! I'm in Brunswick. That is a little far too. It doesn't seem like there is a whole lot on my side of town.

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I'm from Cleveland. There really aren't that many places...that I know of, aside from PF Changs and Outback. I'm trying to think if we go anywhere else.

Stir Crazy at Legacy Village will accomodate gluten-free.

If I think of anywhere else, I'll post it.

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Texas Roadhouse has a Gluten Free Menu. I emailed the one in Willoughby and got an email and a phone call right away. Pretty amazing service. There's one in Parma at Route 42 and 480. There's a lot of peanuts though if anyone is allergic to that. Longhorn isn't gluten free, but I met the district manager and talked to him about it. Maybe they'll get on board.

I'm from Cleveland. There really aren't that many places...that I know of, aside from PF Changs and Outback. I'm trying to think if we go anywhere else.

Stir Crazy at Legacy Village will accomodate gluten-free.

If I think of anywhere else, I'll post it.

Does accomodate mean they have a gluten-free menu, or they'll make something for you that is gluten-free?

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I found out today that Tommy's in Coventry has some gluten-free stuff.

Stir Crazy...well, I don't remember if they have an actual menu, but they do have gluten-free sauces. The manager came out and talked to us and told us what sauces we can have gluten free.

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:) Thanks for this info-am going to Ohio next month to visit family and was worried a little since they all love to eat out. :)
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Where in Cleveland do you live?

I'm in Brunswick, between Cleveland and Akron. Are you in this area also? Or from around the area?

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I'm in Brunswick, between Cleveland and Akron. Are you in this area also? Or from around the area?

Hi there!

I live in Rootstown but we travel...soo...I found that there are a lot of choices in N. Canton if you get down that way...Carrabas...Don Pablo's...Outback...Damon's....Hog Heaven (will accomodate)...Mulligans.(will accomodate) Bravo...and other little restaurants. Our Celiac group in the N. Canton area has done some wonderful work with independent restaurant owners and we truly are reaping the benefits.

I did eat at the Don Pablo's in Cleveland (not too expensive but Mexican) and had a wonderful experience as well as at Pf-Changs. Often, I will call and speak to the manager if I am going somewhere else and prepare them for my request. I ALWAYS ask for a seasoned waiter/waitress....that alleviates a lot.

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CLEVELAND :

Blue Point Grill - no menu but accomidating

700 W. Saint Clair Ave.

Fire - www.firefoodanddrink.com

13220 Shaker Sq.

Hard Rock Cafe - gluten-free Menu

230 W. Huron Rd.

Mitchell's Fish Basket - Good gluten-free Menu

28601 Chagrin Blvd.

Parker's - no menu but accomidating

2801 Bridge Ave,

Ruth's Chris - Good gluten-free Menu

28699 Chagrin Blvd.

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Woah! I wish I had known about some of those places sooner!

I'm surprised by hard rock cafe.

I'm from Gates Mills...but I went to Mayfield.

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I called Hard Rock Cafe today and asked about their gluten free menu because I didn't see any information online. They said they didn't have one...

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I can't find it there!

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