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Camaro1979

Places To Eat In Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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Just wondering if anyone could recommend some places in Lancaster, Pennsylvania that is safe for us to eat at. I know that the Texas Roadhouse is ok. Go there once a year when we go. Just looking to branch out alittle bit. Would love to eat some real Amish food.

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Carrabba's Italian Grille

Eat'N Park

Have gluten free menus


Lisa

Gluten Free - August 15, 2004

"Not all who wander are lost" - JRR Tolkien

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Outback Steakhouse and Carraba's Italian Grill on 272 at route 30 in Lancaster. Willow Valley Restaurant in Willow Street (take 272 south from Lancaster City, the restaurant will be on your right heading south). Call them ahead of time to gaurantee they can do gluten free and to determine which restaurant can do gluten free, there are three seperate restaurants 800-444-1714. I think that Dutch Apple Dinner Theater can do gluten free meals for their dinner shows, but you'll want to confirm that before buying your tickets. I believe it's buffet style, but I know you can buy tickets closest to the buffet tables so that you can serve yourself first 717-898-1900.

If you want to do some cooking for yourself, Stauffers of Kissel Hill and Giant food center in Lititz (take 501 north from Lancaster), have decent gluten free sections.

There's a bed and breakfast around here that does a gluten free breakfast. It's in New Holland which is about 15-20 minutes from Lancaster City. It's called Harvest Moon B&B and the phone number is 888-824-3763. There's another one in Terre Hill which is about 15 miles from Lancaster City called the Artist's Inn B&B. They do a gluten free breakfast as well. The number is 888-999-4479. There's one in Lititz as well that says they can manage dietary restrictions but they don't specifically list gluten free. It's called Speedwell Forge B&B. The number is 877-EST-1760. It's in a BEAUTIFUL area like 5 minutes from my house. Ha! Those people also own a wolf sanctuary if you're into that sort of thing. With all of these places you will want to verify that they can still do a gluten free breakfast.

ENJOY!!!

Oh yeah, I almost forgot, Outback in Lancaster carries gluten free beer!!! They have Bard's Tale and you can get it in the restaurant or you can carry it out.


~Angie~

Gluten free since May 2004

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