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Gluten Free Restaurants In Washington, Dc?

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Most of the chain restaurants that are mentioned on this site have locations in the area. A local chain - Austin Grill - serves Tex-Mex and they have a gluten free menu.

Do you know what area you'll be staying in. I'm not familar with the Maryland suburbs but someone might have specific suggestions for that side of town.

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There is a Chipotle in that area (many threads here on the pros/cons regarding cc). There is also a BBQ place called Red, Hot and Blue that doesn't have a gluten free menu but I've survived work lunches at their other locations by getting one of their all meat platters - not ideal.

Assuming you are going to take the Metro and do the tourist thing. The American Art museum and National Portrait gallery are just a few blocks north of the Mall. They are open later than the other museums (until 7 on weekdays). One block from there is both a metro stop (Verizon Center/Chinatown) and a Legal Seafood.

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P F Chang's chinese and Outback Steak house are 2 chains with gluten-free options. Although I wouldn't trust the fortune cookies or condiments that PF Changs gives out with the gluten-free options.


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Thanks! I will suggest one of those places to some friends. Luckily I will have use of a kitchen for all but one night.

One question about PF Changs, (we don't have one in SWVA), will there be any shellfish or peanut cc issues I need to consider?


Knitting is a gluten free hobby!

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Roanoke, it's 2-3 hrs I think from Abingdon. We have Abuelos, Caberra's (Italian), and there's a restaurant in downtown Roanoke called Nico's. If you get reservations, they will prepare a Gluten-free meal.

I am not sure p-f changs will work. My son was diagnosed with more allergies this week. We added chicken, fish, rye, and barley. Ha, ha. The doctor was surprised but I wasn't. I knew a long time ago that he reacted to rye and barley. She said there was no way he could be celiac, but tested him anyway.

As for our trip, I will be staying in a hotel. Grandma doesn't understand even the allergies.


Knitting is a gluten free hobby!

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