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Maryland Gluten Free?

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We have been advised not to eat out for awhile until we feel comfortable with the gluten-free lifestyle in our own homes. Is there any restaurants in Maryland people know about? Not like PF changes because frankly i don't trust them. My fiance is very sensitive to gluten so any tips would be great. Do you call the restaurant ahead or bring the celiac disease card with you when you go out to eat?

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We have been advised not to eat out for awhile until we feel comfortable with the gluten-free lifestyle in our own homes. Is there any restaurants in Maryland people know about? Not like PF changes because frankly i don't trust them. My fiance is very sensitive to gluten so any tips would be great. Do you call the restaurant ahead or bring the celiac disease card with you when you go out to eat?

Out Back Steakhouse worked for me.. That was my first meal out @ a restaurant, since going gluten free back in early June. It never was my favorite spot to eat, but it did allow me to take my wife out for her birthday.. I will do it again.....

btw, What about this celiac disease card?

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Hi, just love Balrtimore and have had good luck there. Husband dx over 23 yrs ago and is gluten-free except for mistakes, and I am gluten free 95% of the time. It's much easier to plan menus , cook and generally have a normal relationship with food that he must eat. If you get to Balt. try Roy's (hawian fusion) Down by the waterfront. Don't be turned off by the catagory. They offer wonderful things and have a gluten-free menu that is the best I have ever seen. Most of the time I order from that one also. Don't miss the Choc signature dessert. They are expense but offer a 3 course fixe pixe dinner that is always wonderful also. Very knowledgeable. They have rest. in a lot of the very lge cities. I will also try to find the site i used that lists gluten-free in Balt. Also a place called the Zee mean bean(Spelling) quaint, slavik and wonderful. Hope this gets you started. Most good rests will accomodate your needs if you ask nicely and don't expect a 16 course meal. Good luck,Enjoy

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Hi, just love Balrtimore and have had good luck there. Husband dx over 23 yrs ago and is gluten-free except for mistakes, and I am gluten free 95% of the time. It's much easier to plan menus , cook and generally have a normal relationship with food that he must eat. If you get to Balt. try Roy's (hawian fusion) Down by the waterfront. Don't be turned off by the catagory. They offer wonderful things and have a gluten-free menu that is the best I have ever seen. Most of the time I order from that one also. Don't miss the Choc signature dessert. They are expense but offer a 3 course fixe pixe dinner that is always wonderful also. Very knowledgeable. They have rest. in a lot of the very lge cities. I will also try to find the site i used that lists gluten-free in Balt. Also a place called the Zee mean bean(Spelling) quaint, slavik and wonderful. Hope this gets you started. Most good rests will accomodate your needs if you ask nicely and don't expect a 16 course meal. Good luck,Enjoy

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hi again, I found the post that i wrote seeking help, and today I found a much better way to do it. Go to the google custom search box on this site and type in Baltimore maryland gluten free restaurants . You will get my answers plus a number of web addresses that relate to the topic. Specific to baltimore. I opened all them and they 're great. You will end up with about 30plus rest names between all of the sites. Sorry about the typos. I can spell , just can't type !!!Happy eating, you will enjoy life more now that you are free to go a rest of your choice. !! Let us know now you make out with your dining exper. and if you find any more to add to my list, send them along plse.

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