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I will be traveling through DFW airport in the near future. Does anyone have any suggestions or experiences that they would be willing to share for this airport?

 

Also, later, I will be traveling through Dallas/Fort Worth area. Does anyone have any recommendations for a restaurant in the area?

 

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There is a decent Mexican place in terminal D with corn tortilla items. Soup at La Bon Pain (there are at least two at the airport), If you are an American Express cardholder, you might try the Centurion Lounge, also in terminal D, with food, including salads, from Chef Fearing, who owns one of the best restaurants in Dallas, which also has gluten-free dishes. I would also check Urbanspoon gluten-free lists for the area.

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Also at DFW airport is Salt Lick Barbecue at A16, which has some gluten-free offerings and gluten-free sauces and salsa.  (been a while since I ate at that location so re-check but I highly recommend picking up their bottled sauces/salsa on the way out).  They are right at the skylink entrance.  Speaking of that, Another great thing about DFW airport is the Skylink tram that quickly takes you to any terminal.  It all goes in one big circle, and they have multiple trains that stop every few minutes going in either direction, so you can't get on the wrong one.  (Can loop around to every terminal in five minutes).  It is a great way to hop over to the next terminal to seek out food. Qdoba at A16 is a place similar to chipotle, where all but the tortillas are gluten-free.  Cantina Laredo at D24 may be the place Jays911 is talking about, I know their regular locations in the area have a good gluten-free menu.  And genghis grill at E33 is a build your own stir fry place, they have locations out in the DFW area I like to go to, there are a few sauces that are gluten-free, and they will clean the grill before making your item if you tell them there is an allergy.  There are also Starbucks at what seems like every other gate, and I will go there to get bottled water and fruit for a morning flight.

 

Where in the DFW area will you be traveling?  It is a very wide spread out place, so if you have an idea of where you will be that will be helpful for me to make some recommendations for you.  Otherwise my recommendation may still be in the DFW area yet an hour away, lol.


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Thanks, Laura, it was a Cantina Laredo. Also, if you are in far north Dallas (well, really Denton, but it is basically a Dallas suburb now), Hannah's Off the Square has a great gluten-free menu, and is one of our favorite restaurants in the U.S. We try to hit it every time we drive from Omaha to Houston to visit our daughter and son-in-law.

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I don't travel much so can't really tell you about the airport. But If you're near Fort Worth, Uno's is a restaurant in downtown that has some gluten free options (a gluten free bun for burgers, and a chicken stuffed with broccoli and spinach and cheese, from what I can remember off the menu). I'm only newly diagnosed with Celiac disease so I've only been there once but I thought it was good and the waiter was hyper aware of Celiac disease, seemed very concerned and made the whole experience really awesome!!

Also at BJs brewery they have a gluten free pizza and gluten free pizookie (pizza cookie thing, really yummy!) My brother in law used to work there and said they open all new packages of food products, use new utensils, etc when they get gluten free orders to make sure there's no cross contamination. 

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I get around the metroplex quite a bit so I know a lot of good places that are dotted around, but never heard of Hannahs off the Square in Denton.  Don't get out to Denton much.   I like what I see online... just told my husband we need to go up to Denton! :)  Jays, have you checked out Gluten Free Nation in Houston?  


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