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Dining Out In Arizona

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Last week I went to "Skye" in Arizona, I believe it was in Peoria, which is close to Scottsdale and Pheonix and definitely worth the drive.

It is a supper club that plays Frank Sinatra and has live entertainment most nights of the week, very classy and a nice place to go for a romantic date or great cocktails.

Our server, Frank, had the chef come out and speak to me. He said, "please order anything off my menu, and I will make sure that it is gluten-free for you; whatever you want. You can count that it will be safe and delicious."

So I ordered the pecan chicken (with no pecans). IT WAS SO MOUTH WATERING! So yummy! It was chicken with carmelized cocktail onions served over a bed of cinnamon and caramel baked apples, with a side of a plain baked potato. It was the most amazing meal I've had in months. It's been so long since I have had so much FLAVOR! On top of that, the chef made me a special dessert on the house! 3 flavors of rich sorbet (no dairy, woo hoo!) covered in chopped strawberries, blueberries, mangoes, and kiwi, topped with edible sugar confetti! It was amazing. I was so satisfied. PLEASE, if you are in that area, go there! Request Frank for your server.

Amazing wine list, cocktails, and delicious menu :D

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That's so cool! When I get special treatment like that, I try to send a thank you note to the owner or head chef--I figure it ups my chances (and all of yours, too) for getting good treatment like that in the future.

I'll have to check out Skye. Thanks for the tip.

Susanna


Diagnosed in March 2006 by blood test and biopsy. Eleven year old son diagnosed in May 2006. Both gluten-free since diagnosis.

The Susanna (Flagstaff, AZ)

"I GOTTA have more cowbell!."

--The legendary Bruce Dickenson

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