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Udis, Udis, And More Udis

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Three times we have eaten at an Udi's successfully. Twice at the location in Denver/Stapleton and once (tonight) at the Arvada location. I can't tell you how enjoyable this is. Delicious sandwich fare at Stapleton with fries!! Real french fries. I eat gluten and I ordered a gluten-free sammich just to see how it measures up. Honestly? I was worried that they messed up my daughter's sandwich (we ordered the same thing) because the bread was so tasty.

Tonight we went to Udis at the Arvada location. It's a lovely bistro-style place with pizza. No regular fries, just sweet potato fries, but an expansive gluten-free menu none-the-less. There are 4 (yes, I said 4) different types of gluten-free beer. One is Bard's Tale. There are two Green's varieties. The fourth is a micro-brew out of Boulder, CO that is gluten free. Plus, they have Strong Bow. There's a great patio that I have promised my daughter we'd go in the summer and sip on coffee and have warm cinnamon rolls. I can't wait!

Anyway--we're 3 for 3 at Udis with no glutening. They seem to really get it and the products are delish. Also, there's no add'l charge for gluten-free items, so that is a plus. The only down side is I think everything is slightly overpriced--about $9 for a sandwich entree, but the food is tasty and I think worth it.

If you are EVER in the Denver area, do yourself a favor and find an Udis.

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This is so good to know! My daughter told me that Stapleton is just a stone's throw from where they live. Hopefully I'll be able to get to Denver this summer...but first I need to get to the point where I don't need to be three seconds away from a bathroom!!!

Do you have any other good recommendations for gluten free dining in Denver? How fortunate you are to live in a large city with so many options!

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In the three years since my daughter's dx, there has been an explosion of options. There are several places we eat regularly including

Udi's (with several locations/variety to choose from)

Ling & Louies (real breaded and fried sweet and sour chicken that is gluten-free)

Noodles

Chili's (no longer on our faves list since they changed the bbq sauce)

Lone Star Steak House

Maggianos

There's more I just can't think of right now. I'd definitely say Denver is an increasingly gluten-free friendly city.

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In the three years since my daughter's dx, there has been an explosion of options. There are several places we eat regularly including

Udi's (with several locations/variety to choose from)

Ling & Louies (real breaded and fried sweet and sour chicken that is gluten-free)

Noodles

Chili's (no longer on our faves list since they changed the bbq sauce)

Lone Star Steak House

Maggianos

There's more I just can't think of right now. I'd definitely say Denver is an increasingly gluten-free friendly city.

I forgot a couple:

Garlic Jim's (pizza in Highland's Ranch) and they DELIVER!

Beau Jos (locations around town)

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Ahorsesoul - I've eaten my way through Denver before!!! tongue.gif

Thanks, buffetbride, I'll let me daughter know of the places you came up with. I'm sure there are a lot more that she hasn't tried yet...

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