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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. Campiellos (on third street in Naples)- now has gluten free pasta if you call ahead. Miramara (venetian village)- gluten-free penne AZN (Asian-Mercato)- Sushi and Chinese and Thai gluten-free menu Charlie Chiang's is very accommodating and can make a lot of things without breading (i.e. sweet and sour chicken) Chops- Steakhouse with a gluten free menu All restaurants at the Ritz Carlton offer gluten-free buns and are about to release a gluten free menu. Bricktops has a gluten free menu M Waterfront Grill- located in Venetian Bay. Of course all the chains that are there that always off gluten-free including Aurielo's pizza, PF changs, capital grill, chilis etc.
  2. I spoke with a manager at our local Chicago cheesecake factory yesterday and he had just received a phone call from corporate advising him that in 6 months Cheesecake Factory would be launching a new gluten free menu.
  3. Gluten Free Chicago

    Also, Dinnotto restaurant in Lincoln Park has gluten free rigatoni and penne. They can also do gluten free eggplant and chicken dishes upon request. Volare restaurant in Streeterville (which pre-celiac was my favorite Italian restaurant) has gluten free spaghetti available upon request. Natalinos in WestTown has gluten free penne Marios has gluten free pasta Ranaill's of Andersonville and the Lincoln Park location have gluten free pizza that is excellent. The Andersonville location has gluten free pasta and desserts like carrot cake as well. Quartinos has gluten free spaghetti available, just call ahead to verify it is there.
  4. Gluten Free Chicago

    Rosebud restaurants offer gluten free pasta if you call ahead at least a few days. Also, Rose Angelis in Lincoln Park offers gluten free pasta if you order ahead. Vinci has a gluten free menu, as does Adobo Grill. Obviously PF Changs has a fabulous selection. Most mexican restaurants, including frontera grill and salpicon use corn based tortillas. Hannah's Bretzel in the loop is now offering gluten free bread for their sandwiches. In the suburbs Happ Inn has a gluten free menu with gluten-free pizza etc. Walker Bros. pancake house has delicious gluten free pancakes--they have locations in Glenview, Lincolnshire, Highland Park, Lake Zurich and Arlington Heights.