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I dont know if any of you ever go to Boston Pizza, but I was in one a couple of weeks ago, and the lady who served us come out from the back with a binder. The 2005 list does not HAVE a column of wheat/gluten, but the 2004 list does. Anyways yeah those papers have a column that checks off every ingredient and every meal and ever appetizer, etc that have whatever columns are listed.

So I suggest you ask for it and dont accept a "I dont know" because theres your proof they all have lists :P

Hope this'll help someone!

~lisa~

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I dont know if any of you ever go to Boston Pizza, but I was in one a couple of weeks ago, and the lady who served us come out from the back with a binder. The 2005 list does not HAVE a column of wheat/gluten, but the 2004 list does. Anyways yeah those papers have a column that checks off every ingredient and every meal and ever appetizer, etc that have whatever columns are listed.

So I suggest you ask for it and dont accept a "I dont know" because theres your proof they all have lists :P

Hope this'll help someone!

~lisa~

I miss Boston Pizza since I left Canada (BC) and now live in the US. I used to go eat there back before I was gluten-free, and would go home for a visit. My sister is a BP fanatic. That picture beside your message looks like Sam Champion, one of the weather men on tv here in New York.

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Bridget

Canada Rules! ;)

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So do they have anything gluten-free that is worthwhile? There is a Boston's here, and I've gone to their bar with my husband (they have a poker tourney) and was pleased to find Woodchuck available. I wouldn't mind eating there if they have anything decent.

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I am pleased with Boston Pizza because when I phoned them yesterday to say that we were part of a hockey team having a party there and that my son couldn't eat gluten which put pretty much everything off limits, can I go to the neighbouring Mongolie Grill and get some take out and eat with the team...the manager said yes. She said she would jot down a note that at the party two people would be bringing their own food, I just have to stop in at the start of the party and make sure he/she got the message.

P.S. the team party is for my gluten-eating son, so it's not like the team said who cares we're having pizza even if you can't.

I look forward to seeing what the Wednesday night manager says when we show up with our takeout.

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So do they have anything gluten-free that is worthwhile? There is a Boston's here, and I've gone to their bar with my husband (they have a poker tourney) and was pleased to find Woodchuck available. I wouldn't mind eating there if they have anything decent.

I wish I could remember for sure what there was lol. I ate umm what was it called now :P .. Chicken Nachos??? it was the appetizer but it was enough to fill me up!! There was the option of some other meats(involving chicken) too but I didnt feel like eating that lol. And some salads..but yeah it was the nachos with like jalapenos and green and red nachos. So yummy!

I'm sure if you asked, they'd bring out the binder for you. It worked for me for once lol. Or just know you know someone who saw the papers at another Boston Pizza so they should have them too hehe

~lisa~

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