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Guten Free In Moab, Utah?

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Hi, everyone! Anyone know of a restaurant in Moab, Utah? We're going there this weekend for a quick vacation, and would like to eat out a couple of times. Thanks!


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I just looked in the triumph dining book and nothing was listed. When I was there about 4 years ago, I mostly ate out of the cooler. I know there is some health food store there, not sure how good they are thou.

I did eat out a couple of time successfully. But can't remember where. Just ask is all I can suggest. Sorry I'm not any more help.

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Hi, everyone! Anyone know of a restaurant in Moab, Utah? We're going there this weekend for a quick vacation, and would like to eat out a couple of times. Thanks!

I was in Moab last week, and there are several options. Eddie McStiff's has gluten free pizza, there's a Denny's (eggs and grits), and a vegan/vegetarian cafe called Love Muffin that has burritos with corn tortillas (if you ask). They also have quinoa. Hope this helps!

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Hi, everyone! Anyone know of a restaurant in Moab, Utah? We're going there this weekend for a quick vacation, and would like to eat out a couple of times. Thanks!

The Moab are is a great place to visit, especially in the spring or fall. A couple of places to try are Miguel's (Mexican), Pasta Jay's (separate gluten-free menu), and Eddie McStiff's (also has gluten-free beer).


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