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I'm planning ahead for a long weekend we'll be taking towards the end of winter. We'll be staying at the Great Wolf Lodge near Cincinnati. Anyone know of some good gluten-free restaurants nearby? That are also kid friendly (kids will be 3 and 5 and are the ones who have to eat gluten-free). We eat most any type of food. I found an Uno Chicago Grill within 10 minutes. I've never ate there but the menu looks good. And it looks like they do carryout and delivery.

Thanks for your suggestions!

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Maybe this'll help.

http://www.cinciceliac.com/restaurants.html

Magianno's will make just about anything for you as long as they have the ingredients on hand and it's not something way out of the ordinary or super labor intensive. I have so many restrictions we just start from scratch when I order. We go totally off the menu. Pick your meat, starch(gluten-free pasta) veg., sauce or flavoring and combine as you like. They can cook things in broth with seasoning if ingedients in the gluten-free sauces or dairy etc. are a problem. You can request smaller portions for the kids and/or share.

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I'm planning ahead for a long weekend we'll be taking towards the end of winter. We'll be staying at the Great Wolf Lodge near Cincinnati. Anyone know of some good gluten-free restaurants nearby? That are also kid friendly (kids will be 3 and 5 and are the ones who have to eat gluten-free). We eat most any type of food. I found an Uno Chicago Grill within 10 minutes. I've never ate there but the menu looks good. And it looks like they do carryout and delivery.

Thanks for your suggestions!

I dont know if there is anything close, but Olive Garden and Outback Steak House are two national chains that I have been able to successfully eat gluten-free at. They both have a gluten-free menu. You can look at them on line. We traveled to NYC last weekend and got a hotel with a fridge. We kept some cold cuts and other Gluten Free foods to make lunch and snack with. It saved on cost too. May want to check into the hotel. The Great Wolf Lodge in Williamsburg, VA did give me a fridge free of charge (pre celiac days) because it was for a medical need (I am also a type 1 diabetic). So, I would assume the one in Ohio would do the same.

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Thanks! The rooms do have mini fridges and I do plan on doing breakfast, one meal, snacks. So it's just one meal a day. I did find that website but it's nice to have reviews/comments from those in the know.

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Thanks! The rooms do have mini fridges and I do plan on doing breakfast, one meal, snacks. So it's just one meal a day. I did find that website but it's nice to have reviews/comments from those in the know.

I ate at unos and it was great! I would reccomend definately gettin some pizza it was great and the manager was really aware of how cross containimation can make us sick so I would def eat at unos!

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