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Celiac 5k In Baltimore

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My family and I are getting geared up for the Celiac 5k walk/run in Baltimore on May 4th.

We had a great time last year and got to try and buy lots of great foods - donuts, pizza, french bread... :P

Anyone else planning on going??

Gina


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gluten-free since 2001

Son dx celiac March 2005

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I had no idea there was such a thing, but how cool is that!! I love doing 5Ks. I'm not sure if I'll make it, but if it's an annual thing, we can definitely plan. But I am going to look into that, Baltimore is not so far away from me. Plus, I have a ton of fam in VA that I could visit that are about 2 hrs away... HMMMM... and get to try pizza.... the allure is growing stronger... :rolleyes:


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Dietary and Genetic Diagnosis June 2, 2008

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Definitely worth the trip! And they have some great (safe) restaurants there, too. My son cried when we left last year - he was so happy to have so much to eat out in public.

Anyway, check out the site at www.celiaccenter.org. You'll see celiac 5k walk/run on the left side bar. They have them in several states.


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Son dx celiac March 2005

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Sure - I've got it at home, though. I'm at work - oops


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Happy Girl,

OK, here are the places someone from the celiac center recommended:

Great Sage

Austin Grill

Legal Seafoods

McCormick & Schmicks

We ate at Austin Grill (yum) and Great Sage (double yum!). Both have websites. We didn't need to take our own menus.

Of course, this was a year ago. Hope they haven't changed!

Gina


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Austin Grill is our absolute favorite restaurant...luckily there are 8 of them in the DC metro area. They are absolutely awesome, and I'm an extremely sensitive Celiac.

Legal Seafoods is great, also!

M&S is pretty $$, but I've never heard of Great Sage, so I'll look into it. Thanks for the info-I appreciate it.

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Austin Grill is our absolute favorite restaurant...luckily there are 8 of them in the DC metro area. They are absolutely awesome, and I'm an extremely sensitive Celiac.

Legal Seafoods is great, also!

M&S is pretty $$, but I've never heard of Great Sage, so I'll look into it. Thanks for the info-I appreciate it.

The website is http://www.great-sage.com/ in case you hadn't found it already.


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My family and I are getting geared up for the Celiac 5k walk/run in Baltimore on May 4th.

We had a great time last year and got to try and buy lots of great foods - donuts, pizza, french bread... :P

Anyone else planning on going??

Gina

Yes!! I'm going! Can't wait. I live in Baltimore, so how can I *not* go? :)

Carolyn

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