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beachbound

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Hi, I am brand new to the forum. I have been gluten-free for a little over a month. I will be traveling to Ocean City, Maryland this August and was hoping someone would be able to help me with naming some restraunts that would accomadate me. Thank You for any imput.

Kim

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Hi, I am brand new to the forum. I have been gluten-free for a little over a month. I will be traveling to Ocean City, Maryland this August and was hoping someone would be able to help me with naming some restraunts that would accomadate me. Thank You for any imput.

Kim

HI - I was in O.C. Md last Sept. If you can get to Bethany Beach (about 8 miles north) there is a great health food store just as you come into town (at a shopping center across from the high rises) that has lots of gluten-free products. The owner was there and told me about several restaurants in the area that are well informed. I think one was called the Lighthouse and known for it's seafood and the chef has a relative with celiac disease so is really knowledgable. I'll see if I can find some notes on O.C. from my research last year and Ill post again. ALso O.C. has an Outback. You might also do a search on the ICORS listserv. Good luck, Christy

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HI - I was in O.C. Md last Sept. If you can get to Bethany Beach (about 8 miles north) there is a great health food store just as you come into town (at a shopping center across from the high rises) that has lots of gluten-free products. The owner was there and told me about several restaurants in the area that are well informed. I think one was called the Lighthouse and known for it's seafood and the chef has a relative with celiac disease so is really knowledgable. I'll see if I can find some notes on O.C. from my research last year and Ill post again. ALso O.C. has an Outback. You might also do a search on the ICORS listserv. Good luck, Christy

Christy,

I greatly appreciate your help. I am really nervous about what to eat. I really don't want to spend my vacation sick. You mentioned doing a search on the ICORS listserv. I am not sure how to do that. Would you be willing to give me some more information? Thanks so much.

Kimberly

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HI - I finally found some of my notes. The Health Food Store is in Bethany Beach and is called Wholesome Habits. The restaurant there is called Steakhouse 26. In O.C. (or just outside of it) there is Carrabas, Outback and I think Bonefish Grill which all have gluten-free menus. Thrashers french Fries and Kohls' ice cream both on the boardwalk there are gluten-free. Also I find that most of the seafood restaurants e will work with you to give you grilled seafood. We went to Shark's Cove at the north end of O.C. for dinner and they were able to work with me. Telephone each place ahead of time.

To locate the ICORS listserv do a search on google or yahoo. I hope this all helps. Enjoy your trip.

Christy

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HI - I finally found some of my notes. The Health Food Store is in Bethany Beach and is called Wholesome Habits. The restaurant there is called Steakhouse 26. In O.C. (or just outside of it) there is Carrabas, Outback and I think Bonefish Grill which all have gluten-free menus. Thrashers french Fries and Kohls' ice cream both on the boardwalk there are gluten-free. Also I find that most of the seafood restaurants e will work with you to give you grilled seafood. We went to Shark's Cove at the north end of O.C. for dinner and they were able to work with me. Telephone each place ahead of time.

To locate the ICORS listserv do a search on google or yahoo. I hope this all helps. Enjoy your trip.

Christy

Christy,

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!!! :rolleyes: I am so greatful for your help. It takes off a lot of stress fir going out to eat and enjoying myself.

Kimberly

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Christy,

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!!!! :rolleyes: I am so greatful for your help. It takes off a lot of stress fir going out to eat and enjoying myself.

Kimberly

I just came back from the Bethany Beach (very close to Ocean City). There is an ice cream shop in Bethany called Berry Good Treats (right near the boardwalk on Garfield Parkway). They have gluten free Edy's ice cream, gluten free ice cream cones, gluten-free hot dogs and gluten-free buns are coming soon. They are celiacs and do not cross contaminate. They just opened up their shop and they were so very nice! It was so awesome to get an ice cream cone! You should check it out when you are in the area!

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I just came back from the Bethany Beach (very close to Ocean City). There is an ice cream shop in Bethany called Berry Good Treats (right near the boardwalk on Garfield Parkway). They have gluten free Edy's ice cream, gluten free ice cream cones, gluten-free hot dogs and gluten-free buns are coming soon. They are celiacs and do not cross contaminate. They just opened up their shop and they were so very nice! It was so awesome to get an ice cream cone! You should check it out when you are in the area!

Thank You very much for your helpful information. We do travel often to Bethany Beach and an Ice Cream Cone sounds fantastic!!! :P I can't wait. Have a great summer.

Kimberly

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Thanks for the info on Berry Good Treats. We are headed to OC when school gets out and will definitely make the ride up to Bethany to give it a try!

Is it the type of place you could have a meal or mostly just an ice cream shop?

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Thanks for the info on Berry Good Treats. We are headed to OC when school gets out and will definitely make the ride up to Bethany to give it a try!

Is it the type of place you could have a meal or mostly just an ice cream shop?

It is mainly an ice cream shop. They have ice cream, cones, hot dogs, and buns that are gluten free. They have other dessert kinds of food that are not gluten free. They were very nice people and had many ideas on great places to go out and eat in the area. I know that Steakhouse 26 on Rte 26 in Bethany is extemely gluten-free friendly (owned by celiacs), and I heard that Bethany Beach Blues in Bethany is celiac friendly.

Have a great trip!

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