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#1 pajamama2

 
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Posted 04 January 2008 - 01:14 PM

We are going to the Dells in February and staying at the Great Wolf Lodge. I haven't called the restaurant there yet but will soon. Any other suggestions for eating gluten-free in the Dells?
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Posted 04 January 2008 - 05:31 PM

I would call the visitors Berau(SP?). I'm about an 30 min away from there.

There's a Damons and a mexican place that's good.
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Posted 04 January 2008 - 09:02 PM

We are going to the Dells in February and staying at the Great Wolf Lodge. I haven't called the restaurant there yet but will soon. Any other suggestions for eating gluten-free in the Dells?


Here's a link to an option...
http://www.cookingve...Vegan_Menu.html
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Posted 06 January 2008 - 05:26 AM

Last summer, we stayed at the GWL in Ohio for several days and had a spectacular time. The chefs were very aware and accomodating. We stayed one night at GWL in the Dells on our way home. It wasn't planned, we just got sick of driving and stopped. It's a much bigger place, but she ate fine. At lunch, we did have to get a burger done twice because they put it on a bun though.

Let us know what they say. I'd like to go there again too.
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Posted 28 January 2009 - 09:00 AM

This past weekend I was delighted to find that Uno Chicago Grill in Wisconsin Dells (Lake Delton to be more specific) added a Cheese Pizza and a Pepperoni Pizza to their menu!
A little while after ordering and the manager came out to apologize for the wait. (Honestly, I didn't realize there was a wait as you ALWAYS have to wait for food in the Dells!) He said that they had to sanitize everything before they cooked my pizza. It was almost as if the gate opened and a choir of angels was singing! They actually were taking the proper steps!
A few minutes later our waitress brought out the gluten-containing pizzas and informed me that mine would be brought out separate. Yes, to avoid cross-contamination, the manager brought me my pizza on it's own tray!
Now, I am from the area so this was like special treatment to me! The only other time I have had someone "Care" so much was when I ate at a gluten-free deli in Greenwhich Village in New York!
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Posted 28 January 2009 - 12:38 PM

I know in Wisconsin there is a Noodles and Company and they have a list of there ingredients and allergeys. Also check out The Great Dane, I've had there cearsar salad with chicken(hold croutons) but the great thing is they have Strongbow on tap which is a dry cider from appels, not actually beer but very tasty. Have fun im not sure if any of these places are near you but they should not be far away.
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