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ChristyinMorris

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Stage Left can probably accommodate you, unless you're a student and can't afford the prices. It's at the corner of George Street and Livingston Avenue, and the menu includes "apple and fennel risotto", "roasted organic chicken" with polenta and pesto, and a few other meat and seafood entrees which might be gluten-free. I haven't eaten there yet, so I do not have any personal experience to share with you. Be sure to ask the server to check on the gluten status of whatever you order; even risotto is sometimes spoiled by the addition of sauces with gluten.

There are a large number of Indian restaurants within 15 miles of New Brunswick; most Indian entrees are gluten-free. There is also a PF Chang's along Route 1 past Alexander Road near Princeton, about 10 miles south of New Brunswick.

Good luck, and please let us know about anyplace else that you find!

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