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CarolSchwan

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I was out in Napa last spring (we were visiting after having lived in San Francisco for quite some time). The Calistoga Inn was wonderful and accomodating. I had a delicious risotto dish there with fresh veggies and no problems. by the way, if you weren't planning on hitting Calistoga, you should! It's a great spa town in Napa valley with mudbaths, massages, hot springs- heavenly. And the grocery store has lots of gluten-free products as well. I found that in the San Francisco/Northern California area there is a great deal of awareness about Celiac's.Also, check out this link:

http://celiacsupport.stanford.edu/restaura...restaurants.htm

At the end they recommend Bistro Jeanty in Yountville (Napa) which I have heard wonderful things about from friends. have a great trip! B

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Thank you so much for this information. We are going to Napa in two weeks and planning on staying in Napa for a week. We are planning on visiting Calistoga for one day and tring the mudbaths and getting a massage, so this information on Calistoga Inn is helpful. Thanks again and I'll check out this website.

Carol

I was out in Napa last spring (we were visiting after having lived in San Francisco for quite some time). The Calistoga Inn was wonderful and accomodating. I had a delicious risotto dish there with fresh veggies and no problems. by the way, if you weren't planning on hitting Calistoga, you should! It's a great spa town in Napa valley with mudbaths, massages, hot springs- heavenly. And the grocery store has lots of gluten-free products as well. I found that in the San Francisco/Northern California area there is a great deal of awareness about Celiac's.Also, check out this link:

http://celiacsupport.stanford.edu/restaura...restaurants.htm

At the end they recommend Bistro Jeanty in Yountville (Napa) which I have heard wonderful things about from friends. have a great trip! B

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Enjoy for me! And let me know if you find anyplace new as I might take my Dad out there in March. I LOVE it there! B

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We had an amazing time in Napa, the hot air balloon ride made the trip even more special. I emailed

Bistro Jeanty in Yountville (Napa), before we left and their cheif did not even know what gluten was. They were not very helpful at all, they should not have their name on a glute free site. I told them that and they said they never put it on that site. One restaurant that was very helpful was Hurleys, it is down the street from Bistro Jeanty. We also ate at Cole's steakhouse and had no problems.

Carol

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Oh I'm so excited to hear about your trip! Napa is one of my favorite places and I'd retire there IF I could afford it. I've printed this info for next visit there. Thanks again!

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Check out the Culinary Institute in the area. They have a restaurant, and I imagine that chefs in training would be a good choice at making a tasty gluten free meal.

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Carol- Glad you had a great time! Love it there. disappointed about Bistro jeanty though- a friend of mine (whgo does not have Celiac's) loves it there and they were on the Bay Area list. Oh well! I'm hoping to make it out in March so it was good to hear your recommendations. Best, Beverly

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