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I haven't even had a time to read it yet this morning, but there is a big article in The New York Times this morning. I skimmed it real quick and it looks like it's on the different restaurants in NYC with gluten free menus and some of the blogs, etc.

It also has the recipe for Risotteria's breadsticks.... which I believe is the same recipe they use for their pizza dough :P

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/25/dining/2...amp;oref=slogin

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so i'm sitting on the train this morning after finishing as much of the real news as i could take

i get to the Dining Out section last

i see the headline for the article

then i see the breadsticks in the picture - looks familiar

then i see the waiter in the pic - and say - hey, i know that guy!

i'm glad their getting the publicity for their sake

and i'm glad others with celiac are learning about this place

but i hope i can still get a seat at the counter (bar) without waiting at lunchtime

i LOVE that place

-rg

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It's a fantastic piece, and I am particularly excited because our 18-year-old son is leaving for college in NYC in August, so we will be going there a lot. Although I am adjusting well to the new diet, the one thing that was really bothering me was the fact that we spend so much time vacationing in NYC and we love to eat out, and I just felt like all that would be lost to me. Well, now it just looks like we'll be finding some new places as well as eating at one of the ones we used to frequent in the past. Thanks for the info!

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It's a fantastic piece, and I am particularly excited because our 18-year-old son is leaving for college in NYC in August, so we will be going there a lot. Although I am adjusting well to the new diet, the one thing that was really bothering me was the fact that we spend so much time vacationing in NYC and we love to eat out, and I just felt like all that would be lost to me. Well, now it just looks like we'll be finding some new places as well as eating at one of the ones we used to frequent in the past. Thanks for the info!

I go to college in NYC and live 5 blocks from Risotteria. This place is my favorite restaurant. I've never actually been with another celiac, and everyone I go with always wants to go back...I would definitely check it out next time you're in the area!

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I go to college in NYC and live 5 blocks from Risotteria. This place is my favorite restaurant. I've never actually been with another celiac, and everyone I go with always wants to go back...I would definitely check it out next time you're in the area!

OMG, I would eat at Risotteria every day if I lived 5 blocks from there. LOL!!!

I've actually spent half the morning debating whether I should go down there for lunch. I work in Times Square so I can easily just hop on the 1, but I'm being really lazy. Begging them to deliver here didn't work ;)

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I go to college in NYC and live 5 blocks from Risotteria. This place is my favorite restaurant. I've never actually been with another celiac, and everyone I go with always wants to go back...I would definitely check it out next time you're in the area!

My son's going to Pratt, and two other kids from his HS graduating class are going to NYU. He's getting really excited but a little nervous, too.

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Well, I live in Long Island, and I make sure that I head to Risotteria whenever I head to Manhattan - I was there yesterday and met three people (who were just diagnosed) who were there for the first time! Rave reviews all around.

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