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gluten-free Places To Eat In Rochester Mn

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I'm taking my daughter (16 yrs old) to Mayo Clinic to see if we can get a better handle on things, we are doing well with the gluten-free diet, but wonder if she has some other allergies, intolerances, or completely different problems that haven't been diagnosed. They say we could be there for 4 to 6 days, while they complete all the tests. Does anyone have suggestions of places to eat. Thanks



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Rochester MN has 3 pages of gluten-free restraunt options in the gluten-free dining out are some for you...

Canadian Honker 507-282-6582

Cuisine of India 507-292-5775

Famous Dave's Barbeque (this is the only one of their chain that has a gluten-free menu) 507-282-4200

Fiesta Cafe 507-288-1116

Outback Steakhouse 507-252-1150

Pizza Man (gluten-free pizza ahead) 507-287-8700

The Redwood Room (dinner only) 507-281-2978

Roscoe's Barbeque 507-281-4622

Timber Lodge Steakhouse 507-252-8075

Valentino's Pizza (gluten-free pizza ahead) 507-281-2100

Victoria's Italian Cuisine (gluten-free pasta avail. ahead) 507-280-6232

Zorba's 507-281-1540

I left out a couple that are really pricy and fancy for you...but hopefully there is at least a couple on there you can try :) I need to get there to go to famous daves...i really miss them, and am dying to see what they have there that i can eat :)

good luck with everything!!!



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Thanks for the info. I'm planning to take meals for most of the time, but thought it might be nice to try a place that we don't have near home.



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