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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Cafe Baldo In Long Island

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We were in Long Island this past weekend and I took my restaurant guide from the Silly Yaks website with me to find a place to eat. Cafe Baldo was listed in the area we were ( Wantagh) and it turns out the owner's wife is a Celiac! Outside they had Celiac awareness signs and gluten free signs. The pizza is made in a separate area completely from the kitchen with its own ovens and work space. All the pizza they serve is gluten free. They make garlic knots and mozzerella sticks there as well. And pastas! I had my own laminated menu with lots of choices. They also sell muffins, cup cakes and cookies all gluten-free. We bought them out and gobbled them up! Needless to say, we returned the next day with 13 other family members including another Celiac and had a wonderful time! If you're ever in the area I highly recommend them!! Now, if I could just get them to relocate to Virginia!! :D:D

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