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Eating Out In Toledo, Ohio

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Hi Everyone, I am brand new to this message board (I was diagnosed with Celiac on September 6, 2005) and I am very excited to talk some of you who probably know so much more about this than I do. So far I haven't had too much of a problem shopping and making meals at home, but eating out really scares me. I've had some really good experiences and some not so good ones. I live in Toledo, Ohio and so far have only found Outback Steakhouse as the only "safe" restaurant to eat at. However, this restaurant is a little on the expensive side. Where do you guys eat and what dishes do you order?

Also, what are some safe candies to eat? I've been craving sweets but most seem to irritate my stomache. What are some good suggestions?

One more thing....is pop safe to drink? It seams like some of the dark sodas bother me.

Thanks for your help.

-Angie

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Angie,

You can eat at Carrabas

Here are the locations...

Toledo (419) 861-2200

3405 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee, OH 43537 Menu 0.00m

Southgate (734) 284-5339

14805 Dix-Toledo, Southgate, MI 48195

Steakhouses are good choices...

Seafood can be ok too (just ask for food to be grilled or cooked in a separate pan with lemon, olive oil and butter)

Baked potatoes are almost always ok -- so are steamed veggies (no seasoning)

Hope this helps....

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Angie,

You can eat at Carrabas

Here are the locations...

Toledo (419) 861-2200

3405 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee, OH 43537 Menu 0.00m

Southgate (734) 284-5339

14805 Dix-Toledo, Southgate, MI 48195

Steakhouses are good choices...

Seafood can be ok too (just ask for food to be grilled or cooked in a separate pan with lemon, olive oil and butter)

Baked potatoes are almost always ok -- so are steamed veggies (no seasoning)

Hope this helps....

Angie,

You can eat at Carrabas

Here are the locations...

Toledo (419) 861-2200

3405 Briarfield Blvd., Maumee, OH 43537 Menu 0.00m

Southgate (734) 284-5339

14805 Dix-Toledo, Southgate, MI 48195

Steakhouses are good choices...

Seafood can be ok too (just ask for food to be grilled or cooked in a separate pan with lemon, olive oil and butter)

Baked potatoes are almost always ok -- so are steamed veggies (no seasoning)

Hope this helps....

Hey thanks for your suggestions. I really appreciate it

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Biaggis and Blue Pacific Grill at Levis Commons have gluten free menus!

Also Applebees although I'm not convinced they're very thorough because I've had problems there.

For sweets pretty much any soft serve ice cream is good and Wendy's has a lot of gluten-free options including frostys!

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Oh and some dark pops have caramel coloring that contains gluten. Pepsi sometimes bothers me but Coke does not. When in doubt call the company or check their website. Kroger's website has an extensive online list of which of their products are gluten-free.

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Oh and some dark pops have caramel coloring that contains gluten. Pepsi sometimes bothers me but Coke does not. When in doubt call the company or check their website. Kroger's website has an extensive online list of which of their products are gluten-free.

You are responding to a really old post. The posters probably haven't been on this site in years.

Soda may bother you but it does not contain gluten. This is a post about restaurants. Check the Product Section for info on pop or other products. Check the date on posts as product info can change over the years.

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