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I am going to Denver Co for a couple of days and need ideas for good resturants to eat at. Need all the meals and reasonable priced please. Thanks.

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I've read good things about Udi's cafe's in the Denver area. I've never been to Denver since going gluten-free, but check out their site. We love their bread.

http://udisfood.com/cafes.php

Good luck! We just got back from a 5 day trip and traveling can be so hard. Luckily we found a few resturants in the town we were in and ate their often. Also, PFCHangs has expanded their gluten-free menu and now has lunch bowls and beef items as well.

Have fun!

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You might want to check out this recent thread about Denver restaurants.

http://www.celiac.co...-and-more-udis/

I'm hoping to get to Denver this summer to visit my daughter and family and hope to try some of these restaurants.

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How long will you be here and where are you staying? It will be easier to give suggestions if I know where you are. It's very easy to eat gluten free, affordably in the Denver area.

Udis is a must, no matter what end of town you're on. There are pizza and pasta options around town, in addition to the chains.

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I am only going to be there two days not sure where I am going to be staying yet, so anywhere around town would be fine.

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UDIs: http://udisfood.com/cafes.php (sandwiches, pizza, fries)

Beau Jo's: http://www.beaujos.com/ (gluten free pizza)

Noodles: http://noodles.com/ (pasta--you can have rice noodles with many of the dishes or the pad thai which is gluten free as-is)

Garlic Jim's: http://www.garlicjims.com/

Maggianos: http://www.maggianos.com/ (pricey, but worth it)

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Also PF Chang's (downtown), and Pei Wei have gluten free menus. If you end up outside of town there are, of course, Outback Steakhouse restaurants.

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I am going to Denver Co for a couple of days and need ideas for good resturants to eat at. Need all the meals and reasonable priced please. Thanks.

Check out denver celiacs website, as we have a lot of restaurants listed. Some easy (and price managaeable ones!) include Tokyo Joe's - manylocations. Rice bowls with gluten free teriyaki and soy sauce. Tell them it's an allegy alert. This is one of my favorite places.

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I can't believe I forgot to mention Ling and Louie's. There are two locations--one at Stapleton/Northfield and one in Downtown Denver. Unbelievable sweet and sour chicken that is gluten-free. The downtown location also stocks Redbridge beer.

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Blue Bonnet on Broadway just south of Alameda is a lifesaver. There are several Montana Ted's around, pricier, but safe, and I am so sensitive, it is beyond annoying.

If you like mexican, along with Blue Bonnet, Hacienda Colorado has a few locations around town. About $8-13 per meal, but I avoid the chips and don't have a problem.

Blue Sky Cafe is in Lakewood, near the Colorado Mills Mall, I had slight cross-contamination there, but the food was good enough I want to go back and try somthing else (had an omelet).

There are a couple of Mimi's Cafe's around town. (I haven't been there too often).

www.denverceliacs.org

And great quick and easy local favorites are Q'doba, Garbanzo, Chipotle. Yummmmm.

Enjoy!

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