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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Will report after meal on gluten-free situation...called ahead regarding future reservation with friends, and person answering phone made it clear that substitutions were not something that they did.

I did eat at the Boathouse over a year ago as part of a group of 3 people and it seemed fine at the time from a gluten-free perspective, so maybe it was just this one conversation that is unusual? Like I said, I will report back.

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So, reporting back.

Waitstaff varied widely on gluten-free/food intolerance issues.

Did eat cleanly, two courses simply left out what any gluten items - but in both cases had to ask/remind once again. One course there was no sub for (ended up being 6 courses including dessert, and dessert was gluten-free, so I decided not to be concerned with the skipped course - based on my phone convo I knew that was a possibility).

So, not super gluten-free friendly, but if you are pro-active, you can eat safely at the Boathouse imho.

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