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Great Restaurant In Naples, Fl

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Hello. We stumbled upon this AMAZING restaurant in Naples, Florida last week while on vacation. It is called Food and Thought. Everything on their menu is organic and most of their dishes are gluten free. They even had two gluten free soups...I can never order soup in a restaurant. It is a counter service, casual place. The food was fantastic. The restaurant is located inside their little organic market. Everything in the market is organic as well and they had a lot of great gluten-free foods there too. I would highly recommend this place. The website is foodandthought.com and they are located at:

FOOD & THOUGHT

2132 Tamiami Trail North

The Gateway of Naples

Naples, FL 34102

Phone: (239) 213-2222

Fax: (239) 649-0609

RESTAURANT HOURS

Monday through Saturday:

9:00 am to 7:30 pm

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I actually live here in Naples, and honestly didn't know it existed!!!!! I'm SO excited to go and try it. I even read that they do not use soy oil, that's fabulous! Thank you for letting everyone know. :D

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You're welcome! We ate at another good restaurant in Naples also. They have a very extensive gluten-free menu with homemade gluten-free pasta that they make on the premises. After eating there I had some concerns about cross contamination issues as one of my daughters (three of us have celiac) had a reaction. But, here is the info in case you want to give it a try:

Noodles Italian Cafe and Sushi Bar

Mission Square Plaza -

1585 Pine Ridge Road #5 -

Naples FL 34109 -

Telephone: 239-592-0050 -

Fax: 239-592-0094

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Hi there!

I was wondering if you still live in Naples? I live here and was just diagnosed with Celiac. I have discovered a half dozen other people who have it too and we meet once a month to "support" each other in our challenges with Celiac Disease. If you still live here and would care to join us, you're welcome. Having our next meeting this Thursday.

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