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The Light Horse: Menu Lists gluten-free Items N Beer!


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#1 brendygirl

 
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Posted 17 November 2010 - 11:45 AM

I was stunned to find a small 'g" signifying the gluten-free items on their menu. The dinner menu show it online, too. We went for Monday night football and then for lunch the next day!
They have a bar upstairs with tvs, and there are gooey appetizers and beer and Harpoon cider you can have like regular ppl!

There are soups, appetizers like bacon wrapped dates and cheesy potato chips and an amazing bacon dip (like a take on nachos), salads w homemade dressing, and a few basic entrees.

I was in heaven.
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Posted 17 November 2010 - 11:53 AM

Wow! Looks great! I lived there about 20 years ago. Trying to picture what used to be in that space.
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Posted 17 November 2010 - 03:00 PM

I was stunned to find a small 'g" signifying the gluten-free items on their menu. The dinner menu show it online, too. We went for Monday night football and then for lunch the next day!
They have a bar upstairs with tvs, and there are gooey appetizers and beer and Harpoon cider you can have like regular ppl!

There are soups, appetizers like bacon wrapped dates and cheesy potato chips and an amazing bacon dip (like a take on nachos), salads w homemade dressing, and a few basic entrees.

I was in heaven.


I wonder if a few of the other items could become gluten-free by just asking for something to be held like the burgers (no bun) or some of the salads (no croutons). I'm impressed with the menu anyway. Wish we had something like that here.
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