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I don't know if y'all know this..I have never even heard of this restaurant, but I am posting this!

Have you ever heard of Fresh City Restaurants?


Well they have a Gluten-Free menu! So either click above and look for "nutrition" OR here it is. Either way their site is nice, and worth checking out! And some gluten-free's are also CF's for those of us (or those with special kids on "the diet") that are Casein Free as well!

Fresh City Gluten Free Items

The following dressings and sauces are Gluten Free:

Barbeque Sauce

Buffalo Sauce

Caesar Dressing

Market Ranch Dressing

Reduced Fat Red Pepper Ranch

The following Fresh City entrees are Gluten Free:

Great Caesar Salad (in a bowl /no croutons)

Great Caesar with Chicken (in a bowl /no croutons)

Great Caesar with Salmon (in a bowl /no croutons)

Buffalo Bleu in a bowl (sub market ranch dressing)

Green Grocer Salad (in a bowl)

Green Grocer with Tuna (in a bowl)

Wild About Salmon (in a bowl)

Burrito Grande (in a bowl)

Chicken Burrito (in a bowl)

Steak Burrito (in a bowl)

Salmon Burrito (in a bowl)

All Stir Frys with BBQ Sauce or Spicy BBQ Sauce

Salad Station using vegetables, edamame and all above approved dressings

Raspbery Lime Smoothie (dairy free)

Berry Best Smoothie (dairy free)

Hope there's lot's of Northerners out there can enjoy this!

Love and Light,


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I actually either read this somewhere, or saw it on the news. I was so excited. I used to work in Needham, MA and go their all of the time before my Dx. Can't wait to go back now!!!

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I actually either read this somewhere, or saw it on the news. I was so excited. I used to work in Needham, MA and go their all of the time before my Dx. Can't wait to go back now!!!

I just ate here with my mother yesterday. She ordered their 2 for combo with chicken and rice soup + small chicken caesar salad. I ordered a caesar salad DRY (no dressing, I am allergic to soy too) with the sharp cheddar cheese, carrots, cucumbers and chicken. We told the girl taking our order that we are gluten free and are ordering from the gluten free menu. We requested no croutons and NO bread on the side.

The order came to our table while my mom was using the restroom. The man put our dishes in front of me and there were HUGE hunks of bread on the side. I was so shocked I didn't know what to do. My mom returned and she was shocked as well and took our orders back up (we obviously could NOT eat that) and the man was very reassuring and apologized and said he would make us a new order. He did and brought it to our table, new salads with no croutons and no bread. Perfect. Then my mom tried to eat a bite of her soup but stirred it up and noticed A NOOODLE in the soup. Chicken and rice on the gluten-free soup menu - this is not what should happen! She ended up NOT eating the soup and sharing my salad with me (which was large). We didn't even bother going up for a refund or to tell the manager about the soup.

I might eat there again, and be VERY clear next time, but the education about gluten-free is strangely missing since they advertise it everywhere on the website and at each location.

Just thought you all should know!

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