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Mewsic463

Buffalo Wild Wings-springfield, Mo

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I ate last night at the Buffalo Wild Wings on north Kansas Exp. in Springfield, MO. I am new to the world of no gluten but had read up on them and what I could have. I ordered the Carribean Jerk and Parmesan Garlic wings. I explained my condition to the waiter and asked that my wings be mixed in a clean and seperate bowl from all other wings. The waiter was a little confused and went straight to the manager on the other side of the reasturant. He returned to our table and assured me that the manger was taking care of my wings and that they would be the best I had ever eaten.

Long story short....the wings were great and I feel great! Hooray! :D I will be going back very soon!

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Wow--I'm gald to hear you had such a nice experience!

Welcome :D


Patti

"Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans"

"When people show you who they are, believe them"--Maya Angelou

"Bloom where you are planted"--Bev

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I ate last night at the Buffalo Wild Wings on north Kansas Exp. in Springfield, MO. I am new to the world of no gluten but had read up on them and what I could have. I ordered the Carribean Jerk and Parmesan Garlic wings. I explained my condition to the waiter and asked that my wings be mixed in a clean and seperate bowl from all other wings. The waiter was a little confused and went straight to the manager on the other side of the reasturant. He returned to our table and assured me that the manger was taking care of my wings and that they would be the best I had ever eaten.

Long story short....the wings were great and I feel great! Hooray! :D I will be going back very soon!

Mewsic, do you live in Springfield? I'm 2 hours from there and my children live there; we go up shopping several times a year. Is there anywhere else in Springfield that you eat? It would be so nice not to go to Wendy's every time.

BF

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Yes BF I do live there. I just started the gluten free life style so I don't have any real recommendations. Although there is a Chili's and an Outback in town that have gluten free menus.

There are two Buffalo Wild Wings in Springfield. One on Battlefield and the other on North Kansas Exp. almost to I-44.

Oh, and there is a new Chick Fila and Red Robin on South Glenstone. I know they offer gluten free choices but I have yet to visit them.

Does that help?

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Yes BF I do live there. I just started the gluten free life style so I don't have any real recommendations. Although there is a Chili's and an Outback in town that have gluten free menus.

There are two Buffalo Wild Wings in Springfield. One on Battlefield and the other on North Kansas Exp. almost to I-44.

Oh, and there is a new Chick Fila and Red Robin on South Glenstone. I know they offer gluten free choices but I have yet to visit them.

Does that help?

Yes, very much. I knew they used to have a Chick-Fil-A in the mall but I didn't know of any other one and am going to check this out; thanks!

BF

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Yes BF I do live there. I just started the gluten free life style so I don't have any real recommendations. Although there is a Chili's and an Outback in town that have gluten free menus.

There are two Buffalo Wild Wings in Springfield. One on Battlefield and the other on North Kansas Exp. almost to I-44.

Oh, and there is a new Chick Fila and Red Robin on South Glenstone. I know they offer gluten free choices but I have yet to visit them.

Does that help?

Do you know if all Outback restaurants have gluten free menus? Do you have to ask the waiter for a special gluten-free menu? Sorry for all the questions but after all of our school's big important track meets we go eat at Outback and I'm always stuck ordering the same thing - a burger without the bun. :rolleyes:


I've been diagnosed with Celiac my whole life. I was recently diagnosed with hypoglycemia.

I'm a long distance runner for my school's cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track teams and I try my hardest not to let Celiac, hypoglycemia, or anything else slow me down!

I LOVE Jesus with my whole heart and am committed to serving Him for life!

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Wow! Thanks a lot! That's awesome. :lol:


I've been diagnosed with Celiac my whole life. I was recently diagnosed with hypoglycemia.

I'm a long distance runner for my school's cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track teams and I try my hardest not to let Celiac, hypoglycemia, or anything else slow me down!

I LOVE Jesus with my whole heart and am committed to serving Him for life!

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I contacted Buffalo Wild Wings and received the following email. THEN I thought to check the forum. Here's info from Buffalo Wild Wings in case anyone is interested:

Thank you for contacting us concerning gluten in our menu items. Marzetti produces all our dressings and sauces and cannot guarantee that any of the Buffalo Wild Wing dressings or sauces are

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Hi,

We live in Springfield and my son is the only Celiac in the family.

Buffalo Wild Wings is on our short list of places we go out to eat. There is a relatively new place in Battlefield Mall called J Buck's, and I thought I heard they could do gluten-free but have never tried or confirmed that.

Our favorite place is Cielito Lindo (Mexican) on S. Campbell. My son only eats the chips/salsa and crunchy tacos there. I have never inquired about other dishes because that's what he loves. We go there at least twice a month. They have the best margaritas!

There is a new Macaroni Grill on Battlefield that has a gluten-free menu, but we have never been there.

I also have some info on places in Branson.


Bev

Mom of Garrett - Mizzou freshman; diagnosed Jan 2005

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Thanks for all the Springfield info. We go there several times a year and I appreciate knowing where we can go to eat. We went to the Steak & Shake near where Drury Inn is (I don't remember street names well) but the manager came out and I told him what I wanted and he made sure my meal was cooked right, I had a plain pattie and a salad. I was impressed.


jennyj

Diagnosed March 2006 celiac sprue

Severe iron deficent anemia Jan 2002

Hypoglecemia 2000

"I can do all things through Christ who strenghtens me"

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