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binky1246

Aurelios

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Last night my wife and I ate at the Aurelios Pizza in Homewood, Ill. and had a wonderful time. My neighbor had told me that they offered a gluten-free pizza, so I had to try it. It was great. They only come in individual sizes, but it was like eating real pizza. I don't feel any effects from it today. I am always nervous when I eat out, but this was great. The waitress was super. Even my wife who doesn't suffer from the gluten got her own pizza and said that it was good. The only downside is that it is about an hour from my house, but when the urge hits, I can make the drive.

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I know this post is over a year old, but I was pretty excited to have some Aurelio's earlier this week. I grew up going to Aurelio's in Homewood, and through the twenty years I've lived in Minnesota, I've made a point to get some pizza when I went home. Then gluten intolerance happened and I thought that was it.

So it was really fun for my son and I to go stay w/my brother and get some good ol' Aurelio's! Sure, the crust isn't the same, but, the rest is, and that's something you just can't get anywhere else. (Even at the one Aurelio's here in MN - it's not the same!)

So, YAY! It was a treat!

Now if only Sanfratello's in Glenwood would jump on the bandwagon...

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