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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Hey- does anyone know of any gluten-free friendly restaurants in portland, maine? or any on the cape of MA? THANKS!!!

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Hi, I've had very good, safe meals at Ruby Teusday's in Bangor... they would likely have them in Portland too? The staff weren't familiar with gluten-free living, however they were very thorough, broght me seasoning bottles so I could read ingredients etc.

Most restaurants need to be "educated" to begin with, but if you find one you like and is willing to work with you, you'll always have a place you can go and relax! I've been gluten-free for 14 months now, and I have a couple places in town I can count on! We still don't eat out as often as we used to though! :unsure:

Good luck and please let us know how you make out! I travel to Maine quite frequently! :)

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