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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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My family is going to the NC outerbanks this year for vacation. Any celiac (and vegetarian) friendly places to eat? Anyone know? We will be near hatteras island.

Thanks!

Melissa

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The stuff below was posted at St. John's a while back. I have not been to any of these places personally. Vegetarian is tougher because broiled or boiled seafood is always a good bet.

"Daily Menu Natural Food store at Mile post 6 in Kill Devil Hills. North

Croatan Highway

Others have recommended Black Pelican,

Lone Cedar Inn near bridge in Manteo, Penquin Isle, S. Croatan Highway, Nags

Head (especially the flourless chocolate torte and filet with crabmeat

It is called the Health A Rama. The number is 252-480-6368. They are

located at MIle Post 6, and the address is 2200 N. Croatan Hwy 158 (That

is the bi-pass if you are familiar with Nags Head.

Joey and Cathy Monroe are the owners. I bet if you call ahead they

could tell you what they have available or even order for you. The

prices were higher than I pay at Whole Foods in Raleigh, but it

was GREAT to find them, especially for frozen or cold things that don't

travel well.

I remember finding Gluten-Free Pantry mixes and bread in the freezer

The hours are MON-SAT 9AM-7PM.

Your best bet for gluten-free-friendly restaurants has been the very upscale ones.

Penguin Isle in Nags Head has been wonderful. Sometimes they even have a

flourless chocolate torte that is to die for."

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