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Looking For Places To Eat In Utah And Las Vegas

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Hey all. This is my first post here. Thought I should probably introduce myself before I jump into anything. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in May '06 after living through the symptoms of it for several months. I am also a type 1 Diabetic, which makes things even more difficult. After dealing with the new Celiac diet for the past 14 months or so, I've felt infinitely better, both physically and mentally. I do miss a lot of the foods that I used to eat, but I've convinced myself that by not eating them I'll be much healthier.

Anywho, on to the actual topic at hand. I am heading out west to Utah and Las Vegas with my family in a couple of days (leaving the morning of 7/28), and I have done NO planning for finding places to eat due to the fact that I was without Internet access for a couple weeks prior to this message. I was wondering if anyone knew of any restaurants that have a gluten-free menu. While in UT, I'll be in Springdale, Moab, and Torrey (if that helps at all). Although I know my family will do anything that needs to be done to help me eat, I don't want to burden them with only being able to eat of the the cooler (so to speak). If anyone could help out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

Matt

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I don't really have any recommendations for that part of Utah since they are quite small towns. I am fairly new to eating gluten free, but I have read several posts about non-chain restaurants seem to be more accommodating. There is a place called Smitty's in Moab that I LOVE, not sure about the gluten free though. Anyways, not that I was much help, but I hope you have a fun and safe trip.

Stephanie

Hey all. This is my first post here. Thought I should probably introduce myself before I jump into anything. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in May '06 after living through the symptoms of it for several months. I am also a type 1 Diabetic, which makes things even more difficult. After dealing with the new Celiac diet for the past 14 months or so, I've felt infinitely better, both physically and mentally. I do miss a lot of the foods that I used to eat, but I've convinced myself that by not eating them I'll be much healthier.

Anywho, on to the actual topic at hand. I am heading out west to Utah and Las Vegas with my family in a couple of days (leaving the morning of 7/28), and I have done NO planning for finding places to eat due to the fact that I was without Internet access for a couple weeks prior to this message. I was wondering if anyone knew of any restaurants that have a gluten-free menu. While in UT, I'll be in Springdale, Moab, and Torrey (if that helps at all). Although I know my family will do anything that needs to be done to help me eat, I don't want to burden them with only being able to eat of the the cooler (so to speak). If anyone could help out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

Matt

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Matt,

I don't really have any recommendations for that part of Utah since they are quite small towns. I am fairly new to eating gluten free, but I have read several posts about non-chain restaurants seem to be more accommodating. There is a place called Smitty's in Moab that I LOVE, not sure about the gluten free though. Anyways, not that I was much help, but I hope you have a fun and safe trip.

Stephanie

Cool. Thanks for the info. After I searched a little more, i came across this list:

http://gfutah.org/restaurants.htm

Looks like I have some options!

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WOW, thanks for that list. I wasn't able to find anything like this specific to Utah, so thanks. This is a great list, but the small towns you mentioned will not have these restaurants. I do knot that Moab has Burker King, McDonald's, and maybe a Wendy's.

Cool. Thanks for the info. After I searched a little more, i came across this list:

http://gfutah.org/restaurants.htm

Looks like I have some options!

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I also just found out that San Francisco Sourdough Pizza in downtown SLC has a gluten-free pizza. I can't wait to try it, but I've heard it's really good. It's between 200 and 300 S. on Main Street.

Yahooooo!!!!

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Places in Vegas to eat gluten-free:

1. PF Chang's in Planet Hollywood/Aladdin Casino

2. Outback steakhouse on Las Vegas Blvd.

3. In N Out Burger (all around but one near strip is !-15 and Tropicana)

4. Samba Brazilian Steakhouse in Mirage

5. Fix at bellagio (great Ribeye and lobster mashed potatoes)

6. Burger Bar in Mandalay Bay (Burger and Salad)

7. Most Casino cafes can do eggs and hash browns in separate clean skillet for you.

Hope this helps,

BB

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I know its a little late for the original poster, but hopefully this can help someone else heading out to Las Vegas -

I just returned from a trip out that and the most accomodating place was actually Margaritaville on the strip. The waitress was very accomodating and checked multiple times with the chef to make sure everything was okay. They had a 'doh' moment when they put bread ontop of my perfectly Gluten Free Jambalaya, but they were happy to get me a new dish. I had absolutely no problems with eating the delicious meal.

Cheers!

Samantha

Hey all. This is my first post here. Thought I should probably introduce myself before I jump into anything. I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in May '06 after living through the symptoms of it for several months. I am also a type 1 Diabetic, which makes things even more difficult. After dealing with the new Celiac diet for the past 14 months or so, I've felt infinitely better, both physically and mentally. I do miss a lot of the foods that I used to eat, but I've convinced myself that by not eating them I'll be much healthier.

Anywho, on to the actual topic at hand. I am heading out west to Utah and Las Vegas with my family in a couple of days (leaving the morning of 7/28), and I have done NO planning for finding places to eat due to the fact that I was without Internet access for a couple weeks prior to this message. I was wondering if anyone knew of any restaurants that have a gluten-free menu. While in UT, I'll be in Springdale, Moab, and Torrey (if that helps at all). Although I know my family will do anything that needs to be done to help me eat, I don't want to burden them with only being able to eat of the the cooler (so to speak). If anyone could help out, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

Matt

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