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Restaurants Near Disneyland gluten-free?
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So my husband and I are taking the spawn to Disneyland next week. I have contacted Disney and they were VERY accomodating with places on the park that my Gluten Free self can eat, I have also prepped the hotel to let them know that I am coming. My problem is the in-between. We will be on foot for most of it, does anyone know what restaurants "GET" Celiac's in the area around Disneyland? Thanks a Bunch! A Freaking Celiac

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There is a PF Changs. I ate there twice. Brought some sandwich stuff & ate at Disney. Boole the PF Changs and mapquest it. It is walking distance of where we stayed but it also had a big garage. If you are staying in a Disney hotel, you should be able to eat there.

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The Denny's right across the street was awesome too. The manager took my concerns very seriously and personally oversaw the cooking of my meal and delivered herself and told me exactly how they cleaned the grill and what precautions they took. I was seriously impressed by the care she took. They have a list with the allergens in all of their food. It takes a bit to decipher it and it mostly comes down to just eating breakfast, but our experience was so positive there (unexpectedly so) that we went there twice.

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The restaraunts at the Disney City Walk offer gluten free options and I found them very accomidating. Since they are on Disney property they have to comply with Disney's food regulations. Just like any other restaraunt, ensure you tell your waiter/waitress. A lot of the places I have noticed work like PF Changs used to by having a seperate menu from the regular menu, just ask the host/hostess.

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