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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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I will be traveling to San Diego in a couple of weeks. Does anyone of any gluten free restaurants. Thanks Loretta

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heading to the West Coast mid Aug. Any suggestions on where to eat out? Thanks!

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I'm heading to San Diego in October, so I'd also appreciate info on celiac friendly restaurants. I located a gluten-free retailer near the airport (Gluten Solutions), but need some restaurants whose waiters/chefs speak 'celiac' or might be able to grasp the concept of gluten free/dairy free. ;)

I live in Seattle, WA, so if 'pegom1' would be visiting the Seattle area, I can list some great celiac friendly restaurants here, including "Outback" (OK, you have go come armed with your own gluten-free menu choices to some of those), P. F. Chang's where they speak fluent 'celiac', but best of all, "Kaili's Kitchen" run by a celiac who prepares a totally gluten free menu with some Gluten-free Casein-free choices and brws her own gluten-free beer. Anyway, if you're heading to Seattle, let me know and I'll list more Seattle celiac friendly restaurants. :)

BURDEE

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For those of you who will be traveling to San Diego and surrounding areas, there is a great website you should check out. They list restaurants, grocery stores, and other information about being gluten free in San Diego!

Gluten Free in San Diego

God bless,

Mariann

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Burdee- not heading to Seattle this time- San Diego and Anaheim-but thanks!

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gf4life

Thanks for the great website! I live in NY and was diagnosed about 3 1/2 years ago. I had been stumping my doctors as to what my problem actually was. I was on vacation and made the mistake of "Dining with Shamu" at SeaWorld. I was violently ill that night and had to have a Doctor come to the hotel! HE was the only dr to suggest a food intolerance. 3 months later I had my diagnosis. THis time I will be informed and NOT be Dining with Shamu! I have loaded all the info from the website you provided in to my Palm Pilot that has various menus and commercial product info.THANKS!

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burdee,

I'm heading to Seattle for a business trip next week, so I'd love it if you could post those suggestions!

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Trader Joes in SD.

La Jolla - 858-546-8629

Pacific Beach - 858-272-7235

They have gluten free food.

Lisa

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OK, Tiffany. Here's a list of Seattle restaurants which feature gluten free entrees. Since I'm not sure how familiar you are with the Seattle area, I just listed the names, phone numbers and general location. If I didn't recognize the exact location, I just indicated 'Seattle'. :unsure: Call individual restaurants for directions.

Bonefish Grill

Downtown Seattle

206-405-2663

Cafe Flora

East Seattle

206-325-9100

Chez Shea

Pike Place Market

Downtown Seattle

206-467-9990

Dahlia Lounge

Downtown Seattle

206-682-4142

Flying Fish

Downtown Seattle

206-728-8595

Fandango

Seattle

206-441-1188

Kaili's Kitchen (totally gluten-free)

Edmonds (No. of Seattle)

206-542-1462

Outback Steakhouse

North Seattle

206-367-7780

South Seattle

206-839-1235

Painted Table @ Alexis Hotel

Downtown Seattle

206-624-3646

Sanmi Sushi

Seattle

206-283-9978

Shamiana

Kirkland (East of Seattle)

206-524-3664

Shamiana

North Seattle

206-524-3664

Wasabi Bistro

Seattle

206-441-6044

Wild Ginger

Downtown Seattle

206-623-4450

P. F. Changs China Bistro

Bellevue Square (East of Seatte)

425-637-3582

P. F. Changs

Westlake Mall (Downtown Seattle)

206-393-0070

Flying Apron Organic Bakery

University District (N. of Seattle)

206-526-2903

Have a great trip. :D

BURDEE

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