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anyana

My Heart (and Belly) are Full - Denver

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I am recently diagnosed, and one thing I'm the most nervous about is eating out.  For my first 'new' dining out experience, I chose a well-known gluten-friendly restaurant. I wasn't disappointed! They had an entire gluten-free menu, and everything (including the warm gluten-free bread they brought us before the meal!) was delicious.  It was such a pleasant experience and lifted my spirits!

If you ever travel to Denver, this restaurant is right downtown - be sure to stop by!

Panzano -909 17th St, Denver, CO 80202 (http://www.panzano-denver.com/)

Interview with the chef about going gluten-free: https://www.kimptonhotels.com/blog/panzanos-elise-wiggins-talks-going-gluten-free/ 

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Congratulations on eating out successfully!  There are many restaurants who do a stellar job but it really depends on where you live whether it will be easier or harder to dine out.  I have been to Colorado and it definitely is easier!

That menu is making me drool.........;)

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