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Montana's Cookhouse...gf?
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We have a new Montana's restaurant opening where I live. Does anyone know if they have gluten-free choices. I sent them an email a few weeks ago, but no response.

thank you,

Elsinore

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I know us Celiac's can eat a salad there which chicken and stuff in it, but i cant remember cause its been a while since i was there, and i was only there once, and that was right after getting out of the hospital after my colonoscopy :lol:

~lis~

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I've been going to Montana's for years. It's my favorite place to eat out so when I was diagnosed 2 months ago I contacted them right away to find out what is gluten-free there.

I got an immediate response:

"We understand that this allergy is a very serious one to have. We take great

care to ensure our guests may be able to enjoy our menu when there are

allergy alerts.

There are a few things we can offer to you:

Our herb roasted chicken dinner without the dipping sauce or the corn

muffin, and for choice side dishes we can offer baked potato, vegetables,

coleslaw or a side salad. Our cheese nachos, Salmon dinner (with the veg,

and 1/3 of the above choices) as well, or for something lighter perhaps one

of our salads with saut

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WWWOOOWWW!!!

Sounds great! THank you

How did you contact them?

Elsinore

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http://www.montanas.ca/

From there you can email your local restaurant. I'm not sure how much they vary from place to place so it would be best to check with the local manager.

Good luck!

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