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Gluten Free Deli In Harvard, Ma!

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Peaches Deli & Bakery is now opened in Harvard, MA.

I went there and ordered a ham and swiss sandwich and it was awesome. The place rocks! How long has it been since you just went somewhere and ordered a sandwich?

I also had a "to-die-for" chocolate chip cookie even though I was stuffed!

They have pre-made meals, muffins, rolls, coffee cake, soup...and you name it.

The place is great. They will have even more stuff in a couple weeks. They are adding stuff everyday.

It's worth the trip, trust me!

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In Harvard, Massachusetts?!?!? Or is that Harvard Square, in Boston? I live about 15 minutes from Harvard, the town, and am looking to move to Harvard in the coming year. Holy gluten-free Cannoli, I have to check this place out! :D

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In Harvard, Massachusetts?!?!? Or is that Harvard Square, in Boston? I live about 15 minutes from Harvard, the town, and am looking to move to Harvard in the coming year. Holy gluten-free Cannoli, I have to check this place out! :D

This is the town of Harvard, right next to Devens. The place is a little hidden. You take the Harvard/Ayer exit and head toward Ayer. About 1 to 2 miles in on your left, there is a big building that also has other stores in it like "Appleworks". Peaches Deli is on the side of the building.

If you get to the rotary, you've went to far.

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Gemini - Oxford Spa (between Harvard and Porter Square) has gluten free rolls and cookies. They will make any of their sandwiches on either their plain or onion gluten-free rolls. (call them first, they often run out)

They do contain dairy... but they are AMAZING

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Thanks so much for these 2 great options! I know where you mean regarding Harvard and it will take about 15 minutes from my house.....I live about 2 miles from Rt. 495. I was never a big sandwich eater before because they caused me to bloat but now that I am gluten-free, it will be a pleasure to order a sandwich!

There is another Celiac in my group here at work and she also told me about the Oxford Spa. It's so nice to know you have a few good options that aren't too pricey when out for the day. However, Harvard, Mass. is the last place you'd expect a gluten-free deli to open.....it's rural and a beautiful town but there aren't too many eateries in Harvard itself. I like it because there are no fast food joints.

Thanks again....I'll let you know how it turned out.

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