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Restaurants In Norman Ok


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#1 dcns65

 
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Posted 30 September 2012 - 03:23 PM

We are headed to Norman OK, home of University of Oklahoma, for a college audition. I'm having a hard time finding restaurants that serve gluten free options. Any suggestions?
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Son-diagnosed Sept. 2011 with numbers off the chart, positive biopsy, hypothyroidism, ADHD, PDD (totally mainstreamed in School)
Daughter-diagnosed Jan. 2012 with no symptoms blood test positive, biopsy negative, hypothyroidism. Chose to go Gluten Free, dancer and straight A high school student
Husband-positive blood test, hypothyroidism and decided to skip the endoscopy

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Posted 01 October 2012 - 07:44 AM

Norman has a PeiWei, which is P.F. Changs little sister restaurant. They have a shorter menu, but it's exactly the same food with a good variety of gluten-free options.
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Posted 01 October 2012 - 10:38 AM

Ted's is a mexican place and they have a gluten-free menu. Charleston's also has a gluten-free menu available. There is an Outback and a Five Guys as well.
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Posted 13 October 2012 - 05:22 PM

Like the previous poster mentioned, Ted's has a gluten-free menu and will even make chips in a separate fryer. Also another great mexican restaurant with very knowledgable staff is Alfredo's. It's actually just north of Norman in Moore.

There is also a new restaurant called Local that has a gluten-free menu. Since you will be on campus, there are a few options on Campus Corner (shopping and restaurants just north of campus) including Chipotle and Fuzzy's Tacos. If you eat ON campus, we have a place called Laughing Tomato in the student union with gluten-free and vegetarian options and the main cafeteria, Couch Restaurants, has gluten-free options too.
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Posted 14 October 2012 - 02:32 PM

We ate at BJ's and my daughter had a gluten free pizza. They had a gluten free cookie pie for desert. We also ate at Red Robins. Neither of us felt like having mexican or asian food.
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Mom to 2 children with Celiac and husband with Celiac
Son-diagnosed Sept. 2011 with numbers off the chart, positive biopsy, hypothyroidism, ADHD, PDD (totally mainstreamed in School)
Daughter-diagnosed Jan. 2012 with no symptoms blood test positive, biopsy negative, hypothyroidism. Chose to go Gluten Free, dancer and straight A high school student
Husband-positive blood test, hypothyroidism and decided to skip the endoscopy




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