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I am going to Breckenridge, Colorado next week. Does anyone know of any restaurants in the area that have a good Gluten Free Menu?

I will be cooking most of our meals at our lodge, but I'm sure we will eat out at some point. Side note - has anyone noticed how much easier it is for a Celiac just to rent a place with a kitchen!

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We were just there in March. We went to Mi Casa. It was good but not great. It is not cheesy Mexican. They bring you your own chips and bowl of salsa. They are just Tostitos but it was nice to be able to eat chips and salsa.

http://www.micasamexicanrestaurant.com/glutenfree.pdf

At Breckinridge ski resort, there is a little place inside the Ski Hil Grill that has gluten-free chili, and paninis made with Sandwich Petals. It looks like a coffee place. Not sure if its open in the summer. That is probably a main base for summer activities, too. Not cheap, but nothing in that area is.

We always get a condo so we can cook. We did that before Celiac. Its just easier, when you are tired, to stay in. You eat better, too. How often does a person have a burger and fries and an apple when they eat out?

I just got a set of backpacking pans. They fit inside each other and are light weight. I have found that the pans in rentals are often well worn teflon. I, also, bring a cutting mat, collapsable colander, some cooking spoons/spatuals, and toastit bags. Get foil when you are there and you can put 2 layers of foil on the cookie sheet and make Ore-Ida fries in the oven. I got some foil grilling pans. Hub lines them up in the grill so the holes are between the slats and opens them a bit more to let grease out. Some grills are so gross, I can't imagine anyone wanting to put food on them.

Forgot: There is a Bubba Gumps in Breck. I have not been to one but I have heard they are good for gluten-free.

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We have not been to Breckenridge, but if there is a Bubba Gumps there, we would recommend it. We ate at Bubba Gumps for an entire week while in California on vacation in the Universal Studio area. We are sensitive to cross contact, and never got sick. My kids enjoyed it also.

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