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dksart

G-f In Atlanta?

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Hi,

I'm new here so, hello y'all!

My husband and I are going to Atlanta this week and I'm hoping for a few suggestions from you lovely Celiacs out there.

We are staying in Midtown around Peachtree St. N.E. and 17th St. We will be walking most places. I was eating Gluten-Free last year when we went there and I found it difficult in most places. One restaurant, Nan, a Thai place was wonderful. They had plenty of curries and rice based dishes.

I also love Vietnamese, Japanese, Indian, Mediterranean, Spanish, Mexican, African, well I guess I love most cuisine styles including Southern-American(which I find to be the mst difficult.)

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much!


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I don't know any in walking distance but many around Atlanta. Check out these two sites.

Support group:

http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/Oasis/3820/index.html

Dinner group:

http://celiacdisease.meetup.com/11/

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The Real Chow Baby, Nan (awesone Thai food), R. Thomas and South City Kitchen are close and all are highly recommended. The Real Chow Baby would be a short cab ride but it's worth it. If you like to walk I think you could walk to all of them except maybe the Real Chow Baby. If you do walk use the small side streets along Peachtree. There are some great neighborhoods around there and it's a nice area of town.

Also, I also just read a post on another message board about a new Brazilian tapas bar that is virtually gluten and dairy free (I think there is 1 item on their menu that has gluten). It's called Beleza. Here's the article.


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