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Dinner Shows In Orlando?

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Hi

I'm from Scotland and am holidaying in Orlando in September. My husband has never been to Florida and is desparate to visit dinner shows. My question is can any of them cater for me? I've emailed several and have had no response which is not inspiring confidence!

Anyone successfully eaten at one?

Thanks

Lesley

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We ate at the Hoopdy do review at Disney's Fort Wilderness. We had an amazing dinner! The show was great too! They even had gluten free rolls that were amazing. Best of luck!

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I have gone to the Dixie Stampede twice now successfully. They don't have any gluten free substitutions, there are only three things though that you can't have. You still get a full, satisfying meal. :) Make sure they list gluten free on your reservation though or it will be a big to-do. I don't know why, but it is.

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