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This week I ate at Red Robin twice once on Thursday at the Scranton/Dickson City one and then tonight at the Harrisburg, Jonestown Road/Route 22 location.

I was so happy both time. Each time I pulled my waitress aside to order, and both said they were very aware of gluten free. It is nice to not have the gluten? What's that? look.

Thursday I got the BLT crossant only I got mine without the bun. They had fries which are in a seperate fryer and they did my whole table's order without the seasoning.

Tonight I got the peppercorn steak, and did not do the onion straws on the bottom. Once again fryers were seperate and the fries were not seasoned.

It was wonderful and the meals were great. So this is adds to my local dining choices and that is always good news.

Hope you guys try your local Red Robins and have success too!

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I'm so happy for you Amanda

I had such good luck there at the one in Exton.

Dave Howk has not gone to a Pizza Uno but while he was there he ordered the triumph dining cards and put all over the kitchen

You always have to ck to see if it's corp or franchise ...........i had posted several times and there are several good threads on here about them.

so happy for you

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Thanks for the post. There is a Red Robin not too far from me and it's great to have another choice. I've been pretty surpised by the awareness of people where I live. A few days ago, we went to a local place, I ordered eggplant parmesan w/no bread. The cook even asked ot make sure there were no breadcrumbs either. It was great, and I felt great after I ate. YAY!!!

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I eat red robin quite a bit. I have eaten in Hershey, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and Mechanicsburg. I don't even tell them I have celiac, just order and it comes out fine.

However... I am not sure why I still get sick every week or so... probally have to do with my hatred of having to talk to a server about this.

Oh well....

But red robin walks.

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I live in California and there is a Red Robin a couple miles away. I go there a couple of times a month for my cheeseburger and fries fix :rolleyes: They put everything on a plate separately...except the bun, which I bring from home and I assemble it at the table. They were so wonderful about working with me I contacted their corporate office to thank them, the read my note to the staff during a meeting and now when I begin to order, even if the server is new they ask if I am the one who wrote the letter.

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I eat red robin quite a bit. I have eaten in Hershey, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and Mechanicsburg. I don't even tell them I have celiac, just order and it comes out fine.

However... I am not sure why I still get sick every week or so... probally have to do with my hatred of having to talk to a server about this.

Oh well....

But red robin walks.

Where is the West Shore Red Robin? I cannot picture where it is..

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I LOVE Red Robin! Mine was in Davenport, IA and they brought me a printout of how to order (I got the low carb lettuce wrap burger and cole slaw). But my little printout told me to avoid the fries, despite them being in a dedicated fryer. But you all have good luck with them?? Hmm, might have to try them next time I go.

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We eat at Red Robins quite often and never had any problems. My family loves them because it is all you can eat on the fries. We go through many baskets.

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Where is the West Shore Red Robin? I cannot picture where it is..

It's down the pike past walmart, it'd right after that shopping center there is another one with a Giant, McDonald's and Reb Robin in it.

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