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Gen Jackson Dinner Cruise - Nashville, Tn

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Just got home from dinner on the General Jackson Dinner Cruise and Show Boat! WOW!!

INFO http://www.gaylordhotels.com/gaylordopryland/gjack/index.cfm

We called a few days and left a message about gluten-free stuff. The Chef called back, personaly! And he siad "I am familure with gluten free, we will be able to take care of you just let you server know."

Well they werent kidding! I told the server and he ALSO WAS FAMILURE WITH gluten-free EATING! And they had a spereate meal for me with key items missing, and get this when they brough out the Cheesecake deserts, they brought me a fresh fruit platter! Was great. I had steak and chicken and they sub'd in a baked potateo insted of the side everyone else got, and a pile of steamed veggeis too. Could not finish all they gave me. I had expected to go home hungry.

If your visiting and looking for a place to go, I highly recomend it! We when with a church group (resvered the whole boat), so the price for us was $25/person, but I think the full price is closer to $50 dunno. But its a 3 hour cruis with live entertianmen and all that. Check it out at the link above. :D

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OH darn I was in Nashville a few months ago and didn't know about this but I did have no problems finding safe places to eat there, so it was a good trip. I'll check it out when I go next year, thanks for the info!


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I must say I had never considered them a possiblity before, and if not for this specail church even probably never would have gone. Trapped on a boat for 3 hours, with nothing to eat did not sound like a plan! heheh

Now though , everyhing is different. I feel fine today so chef must have done it right. :D

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Vincent--So happy to hear of your great evening! I just love Nashville. When we lived in GA, we would visit there at least once a year. We spent Christmas at the Opryland Hotel a few times, also. Such a beautiful place--I want to get back there again, but it's harder living in NJ.

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