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Potentially Traveling To Salem, Mass. In October. Any Suggestions?

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Oh fun fun fun! Salem at Halloween is crazy but fun! DEFINITELY make reservations. Not sure you'll find an inn right in the center of all the attractions but there are also others in the next town over-Marblehead (which is beautiful).

I live in Beverly (other side of Salem) and gluten-free options abound in Salem. In addition to Finz, Capt's Bar and Grille do gluten-free well (if you like seafood get the haddock over lobster risotto! YUM!). Also, two places do Mexican gluten-free. One is Cilantro which is pricey but excellent. If you call ahead, the chef is the owner as well as she went out of her way to accomodate me. It's real Mexican food (not Tex Mex).

The other is the Edgewater Cafe which is more Tex-Mex but very tsaty too. I've also had no problems at Strega (Italian with cool decor) and the Hawthorne.

There's always Legal Seafoods in Peabody but I think you should have no problem! have fun!

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Hello,

Firstly, thank you so much Gemini and Mtndog. I am positive that traveling to Salem will be a breeze and I feel a lot more secure knowing my many gluten free options! It seems, however, that Salem is put on hold this year but for a good reason. My boyfriend is now my fiancee :lol: , which is so exciting, and we're basically plotting and planning! So my next celiac.com question will surely be inquires on where I could find good celiac friendly caterers and cake!

I am certainly not giving up on visiting Salem. It's just being postponed for a little while. Regardless, thank you so much for your answers, guys!

Anna

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Hello,

Firstly, thank you so much Gemini and Mtndog. I am positive that traveling to Salem will be a breeze and I feel a lot more secure knowing my many gluten free options! It seems, however, that Salem is put on hold this year but for a good reason. My boyfriend is now my fiancee :lol: , which is so exciting, and we're basically plotting and planning! So my next celiac.com question will surely be inquires on where I could find good celiac friendly caterers and cake!

I am certainly not giving up on visiting Salem. It's just being postponed for a little while. Regardless, thank you so much for your answers, guys!

Anna

Well....congratulations, young lady!!!! May you have many happy, gluten free years together! :D

If you do come to Salem eventually, make sure to come in October because the foliage is awesome and looks especially beautiful being on the ocean. It really is a fun city to visit!

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