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Carlsbad gluten-free? We Are Going To Leggo Land.
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We used to live there 9 years ago. But my dh wants to go back and take the kids to Leggo Land. Does anyone know of good gluten-free restaurants there or close by? Please share if you know of any. Thanks so much.

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We used to live there 9 years ago. But my dh wants to go back and take the kids to Leggo Land. Does anyone know of good gluten-free restaurants there or close by? Please share if you know of any. Thanks so much.

I just went to San Diego last week and did some research, including concerning Carlsbad restaurants. Unfortunately, this list does not break it down into areas and I was looking partially for a brunch place for adults, but it still might be helpful. Most of the places I looked for were between Carlsbad (to the north) and as far south as Hillcrest. Hope this helps a bit:

http://longislandmikespizza.tekladesign.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/44678897.pdf

http://www.miafrancesca.com/Documents/Ctrl_Hyperlink/Gluten_free_menu_Intimo_uid12192012344392.pdf

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-vokPGf4fXeE/T2Kv9dR-

VjI/AAAAAAAAHzE/kFbvSeek2Mg/s1600/DSC01658.JPG

http://www.yelp.com/biz/mia-francesca-san-diego-2

http://www.stgermainscafe.com/menus2/lunch.pdf (apparently gluten-free bread/pancakes, but not on menu?)

http://tavernablu.com/menu/(gluten-free menu at restaurant)

http://www.ilfornaio.com/?page=140&id=451&restaurant_id=3148

http://www.thewineencounter.com/assets/twe/offerings/Menu---August-2012.pdf

http://urbansolace.net/menus-eat-and-drink/bluegrass-brunch.html

http://www.terrasd.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/Breakfast-11.12.pdf

http://www.extremepizza.com/menu/glutenfree.html (too fast foody?)

http://www.yelp.com/biz/extreme-pizza-la-jolla-la-jolla

http://www.leanandgreencafe.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Lean_Green_Menu110512.pdf

http://www.enfuegocantina.com/about-us (poss to eat lunch instead of brunch on weekend?)

http://www.vegnout.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/VegnoutMenu_14.pdf

http://www.yelp.com/biz/veg-n-out-san-diego

http://www.themediterraneancuisine.com/

http://stacked.com/

http://www.todayspizzaandsalad.com/gluten-free-menu/

http://thetrailseatery.com/gluten-free/

http://www.zpizza.com/organic-food-menu

http://www.delmarrendezvous.com/gluten-free-menu.html

http://www.casaguadalajara.com/

http://www.spreadtherestaurant.com/menus.php

http://www.starrylanebakery.com/

http://cupslj.com/

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In near by Encinitas there is a sweet little bakery that is completly gluten-free, they have sandwiches and salads along with the sweets. Good food. see this link http://www.2good2b.com/site/

Also if you wanted to drive to Escondido there is a wonderful little place that only serves lunch weekdays and dinner Friday nights, but it is great for gluten-free home cooking, eaten there many, many times home made breads, all the desserts are gluten-free and the food on the menu is probably 75% gluten-free see this Yelp link to see what people are saying http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-farfalla-cafe-escondido

Hope you find good food!

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