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Washington Dc Food Courts/restaurants

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My daughter's school group will be visiting Washington D.C. She has celiac. They will be eating at....

-Capitol Visitor's Center Restaurant

-Eat @ National Place food court

-International Trade Center/Ronald Reagan Building food court

-Pentagon City Shopping Mall food court

-McDonald's (at the Space Center I believe)

-Hard Rock Cafe at 999 E Street, NW

-King Street Blues at 1648 Crystal Square in Arlington

Can anyone help us with safe gluten-free choices at these restaurants?

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My daughter's school group will be visiting Washington D.C. She has celiac. They will be eating at....

-Capitol Visitor's Center Restaurant

-Eat @ National Place food court

-International Trade Center/Ronald Reagan Building food court

-Pentagon City Shopping Mall food court

-McDonald's (at the Space Center I believe)

-Hard Rock Cafe at 999 E Street, NW

-King Street Blues at 1648 Crystal Square in Arlington

Can anyone help us with safe gluten-free choices at these restaurants?

If I were you I would call every one of those places and ask specifically about gluten-free, so your dd can be prepared on what to order when she gets there. The only one of those places I've eaten at is Pentagon City mall. The last time I was there I got a Subway salad -- basically a sub but in a salad bowl. I didn't have any problems with it although I was annoyed that they only give you a teeny packet of dressing and then you have to pay for an extra one! sheesh...

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I suggest you join this Yahoo group, DC celiacs. They have an online listing for gluten-free places to eat with reviews. If you post a message to the Yahoo group there will probably be someone who has eaten at some of those places and can help too.

DC Celiacs on Yahoo Groups


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