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#1 RebeccaF

 
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 04:31 PM

Anyone know if they have a gluten free menu? or heck just something that is gluten free? or I can tweak to make it okay? Thanks
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 06:56 PM

Anyone know if they have a gluten free menu? or heck just something that is gluten free? or I can tweak to make it okay? Thanks


I had contacted them a while back and they were not very helpful. The response I got was pretty much " eat at your own risk", so unless your location is more accommodating , I'd stay away.
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 07:49 PM

I had contacted them a while back and they were not very helpful. The response I got was pretty much " eat at your own risk", so unless your location is more accommodating , I'd stay away.


I haven't eaten there since we lived in CA. What annoyed me was that I asked for a side dish of veggies for my daughter and the waitress wasn't going to let me have it. Then she finally said she would have to charge me $6 for it? I was like... Why? None of the kid's meals came with vegetables and my daughter was only a toddler then. I didn't want to get her the kid's salad bar because that cost as much as a meal and the only things she would eat from it were corn and olives.
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Posted 29 June 2008 - 10:05 PM

I had contacted them a while back and they were not very helpful. The response I got was pretty much " eat at your own risk", so unless your location is more accommodating , I'd stay away.


I wish I could avoid it, but it's for my husband best friend's wedding :( I'll probably just eat before we go lol.
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Posted 30 June 2008 - 02:22 PM

I wish I could avoid it, but it's for my husband best friend's wedding :( I'll probably just eat before we go lol.

I understand. I was in a similar position when I was on vacation last month, and I just brought a salad in Tupperware and just broke it out when the other food comes out. The server asked what I was doing and I told them since I can contacted them previously ans they were unwilling/unable to accommodate my needs I brought in my own food. They couldn't really stop me since our party was so large. And since they don't really like guests doing that it sort of forces them to realize they need to accommodate. Good Luck!
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