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#1 glutenfreeinminnesota

 
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Posted 10 May 2010 - 06:18 PM

I am going to Las Vegas soon. I am staying at the Palazzo and need to know where to eat?? I have google searched gluten free restaurants in Las Vegas, but it's hard to tell what's actually close to my hotel. Anyone know the area pretty well? We won't have transportation and I really want to be able to walk there. Any ideas? Thanks!
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Posted 10 May 2010 - 06:22 PM

I just came back from Vegas and did lots of research before I went. You can check out my blog for multiple posts: you can find my blog link if you check out my profile.

Have a great trip!

I am going to Las Vegas soon. I am staying at the Palazzo and need to know where to eat?? I have google searched gluten free restaurants in Las Vegas, but it's hard to tell what's actually close to my hotel. Anyone know the area pretty well? We won't have transportation and I really want to be able to walk there. Any ideas? Thanks!


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Posted 12 May 2010 - 04:14 PM

I just came back from Vegas and did lots of research before I went. You can check out my blog for multiple posts: you can find my blog link if you check out my profile.

Have a great trip!


I checked it out, thanks!! I am happy to know the buffet at planet hollywood is a possible option, maybe there are more out there, too? Glad to know I have a few options, I will post if I find anything else out there! Not going til June, so I have some time to research more. Thank you!
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Diagnosed with Celiac Disease November 2009
2011:
Anemia is gone for the first time in my life, Yay!
Teeth are cleaner according to my dentist (interesting, eh???)
Eyesight has improved for the first time in my life (another interesting thing!)

**My advice to the newly diagnosed** HANG IN THERE!! It gets better and is so worth the seemly long road to getting better. Just be happy you can make yourself healthy with a diet change, and not have to take pills for the rest of your life. :D

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 02:23 AM

Actually, there is a small restaurant in the Palazzo & Ventitian's Canyon Ranch Spa (it called the Canyon Ranch Grill and it is on the Palazzo side) that serves breakfast and lunch (only.) They have a gluten free menu and are both very accommodation and have great healthy food. We ate lunch there almost every day when we stayed at the Ventitian. Honestly, I think it is the most accommodating gluten-free place we found on the strip, so you are lucky to be staying where you are. It is very hard to access (but possible) if you are not staying at the hotel. I just wish they served dinner too. Enjoy your trip.
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Posted 20 May 2010 - 07:59 AM

Actually, there is a small restaurant in the Palazzo & Ventitian's Canyon Ranch Spa (it called the Canyon Ranch Grill and it is on the Palazzo side) that serves breakfast and lunch (only.) They have a gluten free menu and are both very accommodation and have great healthy food. We ate lunch there almost every day when we stayed at the Ventitian. Honestly, I think it is the most accommodating gluten-free place we found on the strip, so you are lucky to be staying where you are. It is very hard to access (but possible) if you are not staying at the hotel. I just wish they served dinner too. Enjoy your trip.


thank you I will definitely try it!
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Diagnosed with Celiac Disease November 2009
2011:
Anemia is gone for the first time in my life, Yay!
Teeth are cleaner according to my dentist (interesting, eh???)
Eyesight has improved for the first time in my life (another interesting thing!)

**My advice to the newly diagnosed** HANG IN THERE!! It gets better and is so worth the seemly long road to getting better. Just be happy you can make yourself healthy with a diet change, and not have to take pills for the rest of your life. :D




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