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My DH and I went to Sunday River this weekend. I was impressed by how much gluten-free food was available since the last time I was there (2 years ago).

First, Pat's Pizza in Bethel had a big sign out front that said "Gluten-free dough" :D we didn't have a chance to go there but it's on our next trip.

We had dinner at SS Morton's in downtown Bethel and they are familiar with the diet- I had a scallop dish that the chef makes for another celiac and it was delicious!

For breakfast, we ate at Rooster's Roadhouse- they were also aware.

We made our way over to No Conway (plenty of options there!) and I had a gluten-free pizza at Flatbreads inside the Eastern Slopes in. It was so good- they EvEn had a gluten-free whoopie pie for dessert. Normally, I'm not a whoopie pie person but since they offered....it was so tasty!

Also, if you drive up to Sunday River via Rt 95- Anello's gluten-free bakery has moved from Wells, ME to Portsmouth, NH. They are downtown on Congress Street.

It was a gluten-free, swimming hole dip road trip! Yes!

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My DH and I went to Sunday River this weekend. I was impressed by how much gluten-free food was available since the last time I was there (2 years ago).

First, Pat's Pizza in Bethel had a big sign out front that said "Gluten-free dough" :D we didn't have a chance to go there but it's on our next trip.

We had dinner at SS Morton's in downtown Bethel and they are familiar with the diet- I had a scallop dish that the chef makes for another celiac and it was delicious!

For breakfast, we ate at Rooster's Roadhouse- they were also aware.

We made our way over to No Conway (plenty of options there!) and I had a gluten-free pizza at Flatbreads inside the Eastern Slopes in. It was so good- they EvEn had a gluten-free whoopie pie for dessert. Normally, I'm not a whoopie pie person but since they offered....it was so tasty!

Also, if you drive up to Sunday River via Rt 95- Anello's gluten-free bakery has moved from Wells, ME to Portsmouth, NH. They are downtown on Congress Street.

It was a gluten-free, swimming hole dip road trip! Yes!

That's great! Glad to hear you're doing well!

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Future reference- there's a restaurant in No Conway called Rafferty's Pub that has a gorgeous gluten-free menu, they're kids have Celiac, I'll be going there in a few weeks and will happily tell everyone how it was.

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Rafferty's is AWESOME!!! I went there in July just a few weeks after being diagnosed with Celiac's and almost cried when I saw all the choices...........the whoopie pies are the best!

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I love Rafferty's too- it was a tough decision because I'd never had Flatbread's gluten-free pizza. There are now at least 3 gluten-free options in No Conway- rafferty's, Flatbread Pizza and Bellini's has a gluten-free menu too.

Here it is: Bellini's YUMMY gluten-free menu

Gotta love No Conway!

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Beverly,

thanks for the Bellini's link...will definitely put that one on my list for my next trip to North Conway. Glad you had a great weekend!

Bev too!

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