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G-Free in Annapolis

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  1. Annapolis is great in general for gluten free eating. I live downtown and have had great experiences at PF Chang if you want a chain. For local places (which I prefer) there's Federal house for good burgers w/o bun or salads. Lemon Grass for great Thai food. Tsunami for sushi. Upscale places like the Chart House and Ruth's Chris will take good care of you for a special occasion. Most places are happy to help... I've learned not to eat at Bars downtown or at O'Briens. Annapolis is fairly health conscious.
  2. My Husband and I live in downtown Annapolis. One of our favorite things about living here is the number of gluten-free-friendly restaurants within walking distance of our apartment. Lemongrass on West Street in Annapolis was great with my gluten free needs. I called ahead and the person on the phone knew what I needed right away. When I got there, the hostess and the waiter both knew what gluten was and told me to order anything on the menu and they could do it gluten free. I had spring rolls in rice paper, deep fried in oil free of gluten. Most of their dishes contained rice noodles and the sticky rice w/ mango for dessert was perfect. The owners have 2 lemongrass sites downtown, one in Crofton (MD), and two other venues- Tsunami and The Latin Quarter. I am eager to visit these other restaurants and optimistic that they will offer a similar gluten free experience. If you are looking for a place downtown to eat, Lemongrass gets 5 stars from this local girl. Their site: - www.lemongrassannapolis.com