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Updated Ne Ohio gluten-free Restaurants? Fall 2012


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#1 StacyA

 
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Posted 03 November 2012 - 07:56 AM

A thread on Ohio restaurants from 5 years ago has gotten so many views lately that I thought it may be time to update the conversation - specifically NE Ohio since that's what I'm looking for.

These are restaurants I trust or others trust that are around NE Ohio:

Outback (of course)
Maggianos
Carrabbas
Bonefish Grill
PF Chang's
Eat'n Park
Chipotle
Panera
Chili's
Tommy's Pizza in North Ridgeville
Altieri's Pizza in Stow
Kathy's Creations Bakery in Alliance

In the last year I've had an onion ring placed on my plate at Chili's, Rockne's and Eat'n Park - in all three instances the staff apologized profusely and brought a new meal (I gently reminded them that going back to the kitchen and simply removing the onion ring would put me at great risk) - and the new meal didn't zap me. I didn't put Rockne's on the list above due to limited experience with them and the blank look they gave - but they may be getting better.

Anyone else have good leads?
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#2 Darcy

 
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Posted 03 January 2013 - 05:54 PM

I need to be eating out more (maybe that will be my new years resolution!) !!

I have 2 good leads....for pizza I love Grande Ranch in Wooster, which is a little south of NE Ohio. Also around the N.Canton/Green area is the Manchu Cafe which has fantastic gluten-free Chinese food!

StacyA...have you had Altieri's gluten-free in Stow? My inlaws live there so I may have to try that!
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Posted 15 January 2013 - 04:48 PM

I'm new to this, but I believe Bravo and Brio have gluten free menus and there's Tommy's in Coventry
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