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Any Gluten Free Dining In Marlboro Mass. ?

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I am going to a 3 day conference in Marlboro Ma. next week. I read on this thread that someone had a good experience at Longhorns in Marlboro. Are there any other good gluten free dining options there? Chinese perhaps?? Thanks!

Are you looking to stay right in Marlborough, MA or are you willing to travel a little to eat? I only ask because I live very near there and am familiar with all the restaurants. Marlborough has very limited options for gluten-free dining and I usually never go to any of the restaurants there. There is a Longhorn's, right near to all the hotels on Rt. 20 but I wasn't impressed with them and have never gone back. More of a family place so it's noisy and the menu is just so-so. Not bad if you need to eat but not my first choice.

Check out: boyntonrestaurant.com They are in Worcester, about 20 minutes from where you will be and are easy to find....close to Rt. 290. On Wednesday nights they have a gluten-free menu for dinner and everyday they serve the best, fresh gluten-free pizza I've had in a long time. Very, very good. They are knowledgeable about celiac disease also so you can relax when ordering. Do a google for directions....it's not difficult to find at all. It's very popular there so at peak times you may have to wait. It's a pub style restaurant....very casual.

There is also an Outback in Westborough.....again, not a far ride and right off the highway.

There is a very good restaurant in Hudson, Ma., about 10 minutes from the hotel district in Marlborough called Chloe's Bistro. Website is: chloebistro.com. There is a waitress there with a Celiac husband and she is great at helping you with the menu. Can't remember her name but she has long, dark hair and is very chatty.....nice lady. I have had excellent luck getting a good, safe meal there and the food is really good....more high end but not a budget buster.

No gluten-free menu but the chef will listen and accommodate.

These are the best of what you can expect for the area, without traveling far. Marlborough is filled with more family type places to go so I haven't had much luck with dining out there. There is another place called Allora which is right near to the hotels but I checked out their menu and there wasn't much I saw that a Celiac could eat. Too much pasta and sauces so I haven't gone there.

Good luck to you and if you have questions, don't be shy!

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Are you looking to stay right in Marlborough, MA or are you willing to travel a little to eat? I only ask because I live very near there and am familiar with all the restaurants. Marlborough has very limited options for gluten-free dining and I usually never go to any of the restaurants there. There is a Longhorn's, right near to all the hotels on Rt. 20 but I wasn't impressed with them and have never gone back. More of a family place so it's noisy and the menu is just so-so. Not bad if you need to eat but not my first choice.

Check out: boyntonrestaurant.com They are in Worcester, about 20 minutes from where you will be and are easy to find....close to Rt. 290. On Wednesday nights they have a gluten-free menu for dinner and everyday they serve the best, fresh gluten-free pizza I've had in a long time. Very, very good. They are knowledgeable about celiac disease also so you can relax when ordering. Do a google for directions....it's not difficult to find at all. It's very popular there so at peak times you may have to wait. It's a pub style restaurant....very casual.

There is also an Outback in Westborough.....again, not a far ride and right off the highway.

There is a very good restaurant in Hudson, Ma., about 10 minutes from the hotel district in Marlborough called Chloe's Bistro. Website is: chloebistro.com. There is a waitress there with a Celiac husband and she is great at helping you with the menu. Can't remember her name but she has long, dark hair and is very chatty.....nice lady. I have had excellent luck getting a good, safe meal there and the food is really good....more high end but not a budget buster.

No gluten-free menu but the chef will listen and accommodate.

These are the best of what you can expect for the area, without traveling far. Marlborough is filled with more family type places to go so I haven't had much luck with dining out there. There is another place called Allora which is right near to the hotels but I checked out their menu and there wasn't much I saw that a Celiac could eat. Too much pasta and sauces so I haven't gone there.

Good luck to you and if you have questions, don't be shy!

Thanks. I will be at a conference in the hotel district. I am actually staying in Newton with my boyfriend, but wanted a close by restaurant that I could go to with my coworkers who will be staying in the hotel district in Marlboro. I would love to check out the Woester place, but I don't think they will want to drive that far. Maybe I will check out Chloe's.

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