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#1 TrickJ

 
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Posted 19 August 2012 - 05:46 PM

I know this thread has been done before...but where do you all eat when you go out to eat? I don't go out often but I'm starting to get tired of going to Eat N Park! Thanks :)
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Posted 19 August 2012 - 06:32 PM

I know this thread has been done before...but where do you all eat when you go out to eat? I don't go out often but I'm starting to get tired of going to Eat N Park! Thanks :)

I'm not a teen Trick, but here is a list of Gluten Free options. Make a copy and keep it with you:

http://www.wendys.co...n_free_list.pdf

http://www.fiveguys....out-us/faq.aspx
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Posted 19 August 2012 - 06:38 PM

I'm a mom of teens. I don't know where you live. If you want to say in general terms you could - like Northeast USA, Southern Cal, australia. That might help a bit.

Lots of teens here love Pei Wei. Limited gluten-free menu but good. Not as expensive as thier other restaurants - PF Changs - which also does a good gluten-free meal. gluten-free kids like it for prom, etc.

I have a teen friend who does well with Steak n' Shake. I haven't tried it. Five Guys if you have them.

I go to DQ for ice cream. Look at thier website. Don't get the blizzards as they mix gluteny cookies, cookie dough, etc and don't always clean well between.
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