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Weeksies Pizza - Dover, Nh Juliano's Italian Pizzeria - Derry, Nh And Five Guys Fast Food Chain!

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Found a new pizza place in NH called Weeksies Pizza up in Dover (downtown at the train station) and they have gluten-free pizza!

Went there Friday night (the wife was kind enough to go there for her bday so I could enjoy some good food) and they have TONS of cool creations that they can do gluten-free. I had a lasagna pizza with burger and sausage on it, the crust was great, it comes from a bakery but I forgot to ask which one. I gave them the ole Celiac drill about cc and all that before I ordered and the two young girls behind the counter were pretty informed and said the kitchen staff knew how to do it, so very encouraged. Great experience I would reccomend the trip if you are in the area.

Also, found another place that I have not yet gone to in Derry, NH that has gluten-free pasta called Juliano's Italian Pizzeria, they ask for you to call ahead to find out what pasta dishes are gluten-free that day, but it looks very promising (as you know how rare the gluten-free pasta places are, although Boston has a handful now which is really cool). I am on vacation in two weeks (well staycation I guess) and am going to make a trip to this place for sure to check it out.

Lastly, there's a chain that is popping up in MA (and I guess all over the East Coast) called Five Guys, and they now have a location in Swampscott, right over the Salem border I guess, and another opening soon in Gloucester. Right on their web site they claim: Zero Gluten, except for our buns. It's fast food burgers/hot dogs/fries, but you can get all three gluten-free! Definitely going to check that one out soon too, hope they open one up near the NH border though, since it isn't really conveient to drive down to Swampscott for me haha.

Oh well, that's it for now, but just keeping everyone informed of the new places I've come across!!

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We have a Five Guys here and there's no way I would ever let my kids eat there, I'd be interested to hear if others eat there and their experiences. It's a crazy busy place, people in line around the building (seriously!!), greasy burgers being slapped together one after the other. CC would be a HUGE issue at our local store!! Anybody else??

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I'll be excited when there are vegetarian gluten-free burgers and dogs. I'm happy about places with gluten-free pasta, though.

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We love 5 guys. Their burgers and fries are yummy. My husband does not have typical symptoms for celiac disease so we really wouldn't know about cross contamination because it wouldn't show up with him. But, they are great about serving without the bun and one store even wrapped his burger in lettuce leaves for him. Just go at a time when they aren't so busy. I don't think the burgers are qreasy. No more than any other burger joint. At least you know what is in the meat and don't have to worry about that. I say "yea" for any place that at least tries to do gluten-free.

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Found a new pizza place in NH called Weeksies Pizza up in Dover (downtown at the train station) and they have gluten-free pizza!

Went there Friday night (the wife was kind enough to go there for her bday so I could enjoy some good food) and they have TONS of cool creations that they can do gluten-free. I had a lasagna pizza with burger and sausage on it, the crust was great, it comes from a bakery but I forgot to ask which one. I gave them the ole Celiac drill about cc and all that before I ordered and the two young girls behind the counter were pretty informed and said the kitchen staff knew how to do it, so very encouraged. Great experience I would reccomend the trip if you are in the area.

Also, found another place that I have not yet gone to in Derry, NH that has gluten-free pasta called Juliano's Italian Pizzeria, they ask for you to call ahead to find out what pasta dishes are gluten-free that day, but it looks very promising (as you know how rare the gluten-free pasta places are, although Boston has a handful now which is really cool). I am on vacation in two weeks (well staycation I guess) and am going to make a trip to this place for sure to check it out.

Lastly, there's a chain that is popping up in MA (and I guess all over the East Coast) called Five Guys, and they now have a location in Swampscott, right over the Salem border I guess, and another opening soon in Gloucester. Right on their web site they claim: Zero Gluten, except for our buns. It's fast food burgers/hot dogs/fries, but you can get all three gluten-free! Definitely going to check that one out soon too, hope they open one up near the NH border though, since it isn't really conveient to drive down to Swampscott for me haha.

Oh well, that's it for now, but just keeping everyone informed of the new places I've come across!!

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I've eaten twice at the Five Guys near my house, and was mildly concerned about CC both times. I don't have an outward reaction to gluten, so I never know if I am accidentally "glutened." The last time I went, I brought a homemade gluten-free bun with me, and that was nice. The time before, I ate my burger with a fork. Their food is pretty good, but I'll only go there once in a blue moon. I rarely ate fast food before diagnosis, anyway.

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