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Gluten Free Restaurants On Long Island

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Memorial Day weekend I'll be in the East Islip area of Long Island. I'm staying at the LaQuinta in Bohemia and searched a bit but I'm just not familiar enough with the towns to know how close the restaurants I found are to the area I'll be staying at. Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is the first time I'm traveling since I was diagnosed....I'm nervous. ;)

Thanks in advance :)

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Memorial Day weekend I'll be in the East Islip area of Long Island. I'm staying at the LaQuinta in Bohemia and searched a bit but I'm just not familiar enough with the towns to know how close the restaurants I found are to the area I'll be staying at. Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is the first time I'm traveling since I was diagnosed....I'm nervous. ;)

Thanks in advance :)

You're in luck! Mama's is one of the best Italian restaurants with a gluten free menu. It's in Oakdale, which is right next to Bohemia.

Here's a link to the address, and also where you can search for more restaurants.

http://www.glutenfreerestaurants.org/adv_s...p;submit=Search


Jillian

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Inflamed stomach lining

Gluten free since July 6, 2005

Tarrytown, NY

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Mama's is fantastic. I live about half an hour away when I'm not at school and it's worth the trip every time. Get the fried calamari! (My mom tried to send it back to the kitchen because she was convinced it wasn't gluten-free. That's how good it was!)

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