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Lansing Or East Lansing, Mi Restaurants
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I will be traveling to Lansing, MI in June and I was wondering if anyone could recommend any good gluten free restaurants, bakeries, delis, etc...

Thank You,

Melissa :)

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Since I live in the area, I will let you know where I go.

Guidos in Okemos/Haslett-they make AWESOME gluten free pizza with fresh dough. they also have a deli with sandwiches, subs, breadsticks, homemade waffle cones......so much good stuff. It is a little chaotic and disorganized there sometimes but it is really good. Steve is the owner and will talk forever about his product and cross contamination processes.

Red Robin on the west side of Lansing/Delta Township

PF Changs at the Eastwood Towne Center

Outback Steakhouse (there are two, one on the westside and one in Okemos)

Five Guys in downtown East Lansing

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I just talked to Steve on the phone from Guido's.

He is making gluten free egg free pizza for us on Saturday!!!! So if you give enough advance notice he will help you out. :D

I am looking forward to it and feel very confident it will be safe.

We are going to try normal pizza and the deep dish. (He must think I am a gluten free GLUTON!) :D

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I just talked to Steve on the phone from Guido's.

He is making gluten free egg free pizza for us on Saturday!!!! So if you give enough advance notice he will help you out. :D

I am looking forward to it and feel very confident it will be safe.

We are going to try normal pizza and the deep dish. (He must think I am a gluten free GLUTON!) :D

I am glad you called Steve-he really is knowledgeable and great. He is willing to go the extra mile-just be patient as things are not always super fast.

I drive 45 minutes to get pizza every few weeks because i love their stuff so much!

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The pizza was AHMAZING! (you have to say that outloud like a giddy stoner.) :D :D

I can't wait to go back for some more! You will swear it is "normal" pizza. We are feeling a little ill from overstuffing our tummies today. ;)

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We will be in Lansing in May so I too will have to stop by for pizza!

Does anyone know about Grand Rapids area for shopping & dining????

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We will be in Lansing in May so I too will have to stop by for pizza!

Does anyone know about Grand Rapids area for shopping & dining????

Haven't been there myself but I hear The Bob has some good gluten-free options in Grand Rapids:

http://www.thebob.com/

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Are you attending the gluten-free vendor fair?

I checked out The Bob but didn't see anywhere gluten-free??? Is this place a night club of sorts? That is what it looks like to me...

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