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If anyone has any information on eating out , gluten free, in the Bethany Beach DE (or neighboring areas) area it would be greatly appreciated!!!

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We haven't found any restaurant with a gluten-free menu, but DiFebo's has offered to cook gluten-free pasta for us if we bring it in.

There's also a nice little health food store in Bethany Beach called Wholesome Habits (Route 1, Beach Plaza 302-537-0567) that has a very good selection of gluten-free items.

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I work in bethany-at Bethany Blues BBQ- Not a whole lot of gluten-free on the menu but you can get ribs w/o sauce, mashers, greens, corn (on cob only) kids chix fingers (grilled-no breading), etc etc. (bring your own bbq sauce and salad dressing if you want) there is also an outback in rehobeth, de, as well as many crab houses (yum! and gluten-free) in the area. I did go to mancini's in fenwick island de, they have wonderful italian food (which i miss) and they made me one of their specialties on a bed of spinach in place of pasta. Oh, there is a new gluten-free coffee shop in the "shops of fenwick island" called Too Life-gluten-free smoothies coffee, snacks and a small but wonderful gluten-free shop. the owners there have been gluten-free for alot longer than me and would probably have more suggestions on gluten-free dining in the area. oh-have fun and if you do stop by for BBQ, see if i'm working I'd be able to point you to more gluten-free items on the menu. melissa :D

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I know ther is an Outback's restaurant near there, it may be in Rehoboth. You can check it out at Outback's.com.

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I just got back from Bethany Beach!

It was a VERY Celiac-friendly vacation spot. Too Life in Fenwick Island was wonderful - I'm so lucky that I literally stumbled upon it my second day there. Not only was I able to get a yummy gluten-free beverage, but I also picked up some muffins from Mr. Ritts while I was there. They also pointed me in the right direction for restaurants - The Big Easy (which is right across from Sea Colony, where I stayed) is a great place for Celiacs. The owner's family are all Celiacs! They can even do a special breading with gluten-free flour if you call ahead!

I too went to Di Febo's (sp?) and they were quite accomodating.

I was pleasantly surprised with Bethany Beach, and I must admit I was skeptical about going on vacation, going out to eat, and staying gluten-free. I'll definitely go back :D

- Lauren

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I had just started a new thread in the dinning out section about a week ago telling everyone about to life and the big easy. Too bad you didn't see it before you went, but the fact that you stumbled on it is fantastic. :D Aren't the owners great? Super nice people!! I think their shop will get better and better as time goes on. Since they are so new they wern't stocked up on alot of things, but said they will be soon. While we were there they were even serving homade waffles for breakfast. :P:D

It's nice to know we can go more and more places and have great experiences!!

The last 2 vacations I have been on, have been gluten-free fantastic!!

Now...does anyone know of anywhere in Cape May New Jersey that's gluten-free?

Wendy

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Wendy,

It is really funny that I found this website and these posts after my vacation, but I do feel lucky for To Life. The owners were incredibly nice, and they had waffles the one morning I was there too! I'm a coffee-a-holic, but I usually stick with plain, black coffee, but at To Life I got a mocha latte with no fear! The owners said they had only been in business for 7 weeks and that they plan to start carrying sandwiches soon. I hope they have great luck!

- Lauren

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Hi Lauren,

I know...Wow!

Can you even imagine? Eating out in restaurant and getting to order a SANDWICH? Unbelievable! :blink::lol::D

I might even be worth a day trip to the beach (I'm about 2-1/2 or 3 hours away) just to get one. :D

Wendy

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