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My sons (ages 5 & 3 1/2) have celiac disease, they each have a celiac gene (from dad) and a wheat sensitivity gene (from me). They've had all kinds of symptoms which have cleared up since being gluten-free, but no biopsy. Hubby has had a difficult time accepting all of this (approx 2 1/2 yrs since initial diagnosis).

Well, he's (hubby) finally decided to go gluten-free!!! :D

He works in downtown Dallas and usually brings his lunch but does have many occassions where he has to go out for lunch for business.

I am compling a list but need some additional help. This is what I have thus far:

www.chickfila.com, Taco Cabana, Outback Steakhouse, Carrabbas, PF Chang's, Pei Wei, Flemings Steakhouse, McDonalds, Wendy's, First Watch, Chipotle, Jack in the Box, Denny's will bring out a list of stuff and go over it with you so you know just what is in every thing.

I will also be posting a similar request for downtown Houston - he travels there a lot.

Thank you very much!

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I have just moved from Italy in Arlington for Business and it's my first time in Texas so I was looking for some place where i could go out to eat ...and eat gluten free food ..sure!!

tahnks again for this information

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I have to eat out more often than I like, and I live in Dallas, there are several options f)or him.

1) Chuy's on Knox-Henderson is very accomodating. If you ask the server, he will double check all ingredients. Chips and Nachos are OK, Enchiladas are OK (Handmade corn tortillas) make sure the sauce is not thickened with a roux.

2) El Chico has gluten free menu options-though I have not tested them yet

3) Kozy Kitchen, co-owned by a Celiac. Again, not tested website is Kozykitchen.net

4)Rockfish-had two great dinners this week. Today at lunch the chef came out to my table to make sure all was OK.

5) Cowboy Chicken on Greenville ave- Corn tortillas filled with white rotissirre (sp) chicken with the "light green/white" sauce. I have not tried it, but another member of the forum has had it.

6) If he is in Plano, Delicious n Fit is all gluten free

7) Free birds on Greenville also has all the allergens listed on their website

http://dfwceliac.org/html/restaurants.html

I hope this helps you. There is also a Chuy's in Houston, but I don't know where. Most of the above are chains so you might be able to search their sites for locations.

Kat

The above link helps me a lot.

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