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Posted 06 April 2008 - 07:17 AM

Hi guys. I started dating a new man and he working in the food industry. He's been beyond wonderful in regards to Celiac and gluten-free. Our first date i told him that i really don't eat out much and if I do its either eatery A, eatery B or eatery C.

He said that one of the places he works at has a ton of gluten-free items. I didn't believe him at all, so he brought me the ingredients list and talked to his chef and low and behold the place is MOSTLY gluten-free! They do not advertise it and the weight staff isn't educated on it BUT the chef and "my boy" totally know.

My 3 best friends and I went to eat at the place, we all are a mess with food allergies. One is no dairy, including eggs. Another is no wine, MSG and mushrooms. I'm gluten and the other can eat anything he wants. NONE of us got sick and the food was UNBELIEVABLE!!!! It's all pure and made right there in the place.

I had the chicken under a brick with potatoes and escarole, it was killer. We also had a cheese and meat board and great wine. It's a wine bar with over 100 different bottles. The prices are CHEAP for queens and the place is clean and very cute.

Go check it out and if you eat there, just tell them your gluten-free and they should know. I told them I would be posting this and we are trying to talk the chef into joining GIG or some type of gluten-free group. I'll keep you posted on that. The chef is a doll and very welcoming!

We did take a cab from Astoria and it was $23 to get there in a gypsy cab but it was totally worth it. Here is the link, enjoy and go eat! :) You can take the subway but my besty blew out his knee and can't walk too much.

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all my life i have had an oat allergy.
gluten-free 5/2005.
active yeast free since... don't remember.
refined sugar free 5/2010.

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