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Experience With Restaurants In Tampa, Fl

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Thought this might help some people who are looking for places to eat out.

I went to Tampa for work last week and had to eat out 2 times a day for 5 days in a row.

I prepared a list of restaurants that have gluten-free menus or items. I also found two bakeries on the gluten-free registry.

So i went to Bonefish Grill Twice. they have a nice gluten-free menu.

Service was blah, they brought my Ceaser with croutons and mixed up my sides with my coworkers.

But fixed it and brought my plate out with a cover.

2nd time was better. they had a special the chef confirmed was gluten-free.

I didn't get sick or have any reaction either time.

Chipolte.

No one spoke very good English, but they confirmed there seasonings do not contain gluten-free.

Had corn tortillas. no sickness

PF Changs.

Very extensive gluten-free menu. great service. no illness

Longhorn

less than stellar gluten-free menu. more like a kids menu. service was horrible.

no sickness but i just picked at my food that day. i was angry they didn't have many options.

Mitchell's Fish Market.

All the seafood was gluten-free and they had 2 or 3 toppings you could choose from that were gluten-free.

Very informed waitor and the cheff actually came out to ask me how the dish was.

this is a higher end pricey place, but worth it if you have the time to wait for a table.

the 2 gluten-free bakeries were pickup only. and the hours were 10-? so i didn't try them for breakfast.

sort of disapointing, so i just ate chex cereal and bananas for breakfast.

On Friday I ate at the airport and had a Nathan's famous hotdog. I know they are all kosher and gluten-free so

i felt safe.

So overall, good experiences, no CC to speak of.

Hope that helps someone.

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ooohhh thanku!!! im actually going to try PF changs this week :)

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thanks, Nate ---this helped a lot!

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With the PF Chang around here I learned the hard way that you have to specify you want the gluten free version. Many of the items they have on their gluten free menu also appear on their regular menu, but with gluten. I didn't look through their regular menu because I wasn't going to order anything from it.

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With the PF Chang around here I learned the hard way that you have to specify you want the gluten free version. Many of the items they have on their gluten free menu also appear on their regular menu, but with gluten. I didn't look through their regular menu because I wasn't going to order anything from it.

They are really good, if they know you want gluten-free.

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