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Dennis429

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Looking for any tips on good gluten safe resturants.

Check out this post I made, detailing experiences I had in mainly non-chain restaurants. In-N-Out Burger and Burger King (and other chains with which you might be familiar) are of course also options. Please let me know if you have questions about any of the stuff from that post, but hopefully that will be helpful to you.

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Check out this post I made, detailing experiences I had in mainly non-chain restaurants. In-N-Out Burger and Burger King (and other chains with which you might be familiar) are of course also options. Please let me know if you have questions about any of the stuff from that post, but hopefully that will be helpful to you.

Thank you very much. I'm going to In-N-Out Burger for sure I ate there before I found out tha I had celical's and loved there burgers. I'm not staying on the strip but if I go down there I will take some of your suggestions with me. I'm Staying at the Aliante Station so I hope it goes over well. I looked at some of there resturants and they seemed to be some what safe.

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This was only my first trip to Vegas and my first vacation with Celiac, so we stayed on the strip and did the big, tourist-friendly hotels. I found those the easiest to deal with because their whole motto is customer service. I personally find it easiest to eat at big, fancy restaurants or fast food chains. Some family restaurants are great because they want loyalty, too.

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Craftsteak and Wolfgang Puck's restaurants at the MGM Grand were wonderful. At Craftsteak they had the spring tasting menu (we were there in spring 2010)the chef made virtually the whole menu gluten free so my daughter and the rest of us were able to enjoy a family style meal. It was expensive, but well worth it and absolutely delicious.

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I need to admit two things before I elaborate more:

1) I am not a buffet fan

2) I am not a dessert fan (I usually have fresh fruit, cheese and chocolate instead)

But, I was staying at the Bellagio on business mid last year and a group of us voted to go to the Bellagio all-you-can-eat buffet for lunch. It seems like it was $14-$19 or so... I don't really remember.

But, they had SO many gluten-free salads on the bar and tons of meat and seafood selections without sauces (pork, prime rib, shrimp, crab, oysters, mussels, chicken, turkey).

Finally, they had a HUGE dessert section with a number of desserts that were labeled gluten free. It probably was one of THE nicest array of food that I have ever seen in a buffet.

The second recommendation that doesn't ever even hit the radar is "Bally's" on the strip. Check out their weekend brunches as well. Top notch.

Good luck (literally and figuratively)


Brian Gansmann

20+ years of Food Marketing Experience

Specializing in Organic & All Natural Foods

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