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floridanative

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We have to visit there for a family obligation and we'll be in a house so we'll be able to make most of our own food. But we will need a night out away from family and kids so if anyone knows of a place near the beach that is NOT a chain and has gluten free menu options please let me know. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help! We don't mind going someplace high end as Thoroughbred's was our fave place there pre dx.

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We have to visit there for a family obligation and we'll be in a house so we'll be able to make most of our own food. But we will need a night out away from family and kids so if anyone knows of a place near the beach that is NOT a chain and has gluten free menu options please let me know. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help! We don't mind going someplace high end as Thoroughbred's was our fave place there pre dx.

Visit Myrtle Beach every year, and i'am confronted with the same problem celiac disease. I have found that Chucks Steak House (North Myrtle beach area) will work steak and bake potato and a clean salad bar. I did have to make them aware of my problem celiac disease.

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I was wondering if you found any other places to eat out in Myrtle Beach or if the steak house suggested was good? We will be going for a long weekend at the end of August. The condo has a kitchen so we can fix our own breakfast and lunches but we like going out for dinner. Thanks for the help.

Stephanie

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My family and I will be visiting the Myrtle Veach area in Aug. I am a newly diagnosed celiac and have a terrible time trying to read labels and speaking up at restuarants. :blink: Have searched on the web for different dining options and am currently e-mailing restuarants to get info. :rolleyes: Any help would be appreciated....don't want just salads and fruit while on vaca. :D

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I just got back from Sunset Beach, NC (and we ate out in N. Myrtle Beach). We ate out at The Crab House. I contacted the manager via email before going and they were very helpful. I was able to eat pretty much any fresh fish, grilled or broiled and salad. The manager even offered to prepare a fruit cup for dessert, but I was full. I also brought along my Triumph Dining Cards and they helped a TON.......I highly recommend them.

Also, Piggly Wiggly carries Van's gluten-free waffles, if that helps anyone. :)

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My family and I will be visiting the Myrtle Veach area in Aug. I am a newly diagnosed celiac and have a terrible time trying to read labels and speaking up at restuarants. :blink: Have searched on the web for different dining options and am currently e-mailing restuarants to get info. :rolleyes: Any help would be appreciated....don't want just salads and fruit while on vaca. :D

Did you find out any information via email about the restuarants? Please post it if you do. I think we will try the crab house that was suggested and maybe that steak house but probably just eat at the condo. But I would like to have choices if we do go out.

Stephanie

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Sorry - our trip was cancelled and now we're going to Cashiers NC in September. I'm now going to search for somewhere to eat there. We will eat at the cabin mostly I think so I'll just need a place for dinner and another for lunch. But the leader of the Charlotte support group said there is no support group in Myrtle Beach as far as she knows. But I think any place that serves fish (not a fried fish joint) will grill or saute some fish and veggies for you.

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i'm moving there in a week. i'll check it out and let you know!

How is the food search in MB going? I was looking to see what kind of health food stores they have there and it seems to be only one.... i was shocked.... its a small area but LOTS of people per year visit. I love MB and lived in north myrtle for a while many, many years ago. Changed alot since then but I still love to visit there.

Stephanie

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so far i've found enough to survive!! which is always a plus...krogers here have gluten free options...i haven't been to a piggly wiggly yet or down to the only health food store because its in north myrtle beach and i've learned that the traffic in that direction is just nasty, so i'm going to wait until the summer season is over before i shoot down that far...i've eaten out maybe three times...All non-chain seafood restaurants in which i've called ahead, and they're always good about crab legs, grilled dishes and of course salads...most non chain places are locally owned and operated and the people are more than willing to help you out!

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