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jnclelland

Restaurants In Durham, Nc?

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I'm taking a trip to Durham, NC in a couple of weeks; can anyone suggest good restaurants where I might be able to get a gluten/dairy/soy-free meal? Preferably near Duke; this is a professional trip and I'll be be going out with groups most nights, so it could be difficult to go too far afield.

I went to college there, so I know the area reasonably well - or at least I did 10 years ago - but I wasn't gluten-free then. -sigh- I don't suppose the people at Bullock's BBQ would have any idea what gluten IS, would they? Man, I could go for some hush puppies. Ah well...

Jeanne

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when i went there, i went to PF chang's, it was actually my first time at pf chang's! check out their website for the exact location, if i remember correctly it was close to Duke

i should add.. i don't know about dairy or soy free there, but everytime i've been to a pf chang's they have been excellent about being gluten free and seem to have a good attitude toward food allergies. plus on their website they have ingredients for each menu item

hope that works out for you!


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when i went there, i went to PF chang's, it was actually my first time at pf chang's! check out their website for the exact location, if i remember correctly it was close to Duke

i should add.. i don't know about dairy or soy free there, but everytime i've been to a pf chang's they have been excellent about being gluten free and seem to have a good attitude toward food allergies. plus on their website they have ingredients for each menu item

hope that works out for you!

I checked out PF Chang's menu, and I'm afraid Asian isn't going to work for me because of the soy sauce in everything. Any other ideas in Durham? Anyone?

Jeanne

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Try Blue Corn on 9th st. Always have been very accomadating to gluten problems. I used to not eat dairy and found several options to eat. I would call them. There is an outback somewhere near there too.

Thanks! I'll check that out.

Jeanne

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