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Ruth

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I just read an old post from "Concerned Chef" urging epople to spread the word when we have a great dining experience. Here's the best I've experienced in Massachusetts and Vermont.

Simon Pearce Restaraunt: Quechee, VT (Near Woodstock, VT and Hanover, NH)

Knowledgable servers, at least 2-3 entrees to choose from that just "happen to be" gluten-free. Very fresh ingredients, homemade sauces and marinades. I always mention when I make a reservation that I require a gluten-free meal and it is never an issue.

Bravo: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA

Went to a Holiday party/sit down meal here. Very good. Spoke with the manager in advance. Coincidentally, one of the options for dinner was gluten-free (Procuitto wrapped chicken breast with risotto and creme brulee for dessert!). They were very helpful, went through every ingredient with me to be sure, and the meal was excellent.

FYI: You do not have to buy a ticket to the museum to have dinner there

Enjoy!

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I have been gluten free for 11 months. I don't enjoy eating out like I used to. However, I have had a few positive experiences with restaurants in Massachusetts. Legal Seafoods is great. (Boston, Framingham, Braintree) I've never had a waiter that hasn't known about Gluten Intolerance. I've also never gotton sick there. The Naked Fish has been very accomodating in Boston, Natick and Westboro. There is the Outback Steakhouse with a gluten-free menu. PF Changs in Boston has been accomodating. I find the chain restaurants such as The 99 and TGIF Fridays to be too risky. I have also had bad luck at Joe's American Bar and Grill.

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