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  1. Has anyone had recent experiences at any Princeton NJ area restaurants aside from the major chains? Not too expensive but not a hamburger place. Thanks.
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    Gluten Free At Penn State

    There's a great health food store (Sorry I can't remember the name but it's in the phone book) almost across the highway near the Hampton Inn at the extension of College Ave. The Tavern Restauarant was able to accommodate me for dinner with a call ahead of time and a talk with the hostess. Also there's a Wegman's outside of town which has a great gluten-free selection. I think you should do a search of this forum which is where I got most of my ideas. Good luck.
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    gluten-free In Bethany Beach, Rehoboth, Oc

    HI - we're going to be in Bethany Beach the first week of Sept. I was just about to post the same question. The only thing I know of is that there is a great health food store in Bethany called Wholesome Habits. It's just about across of the Sea Colony. They have a lot of gluten-free foods, and last time we were there they steered us to several places, but can't remember them. Their number is (302-537-0567) I know there is Outback and I think also Carrabas in the area. Let's hope we hear from others. Christy
  4. Going to this area in a few weeks and I need some dining suggestions for these areas in Md - Not too expensive. Thanks, Christy
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    7 Springs Resort In Pa

    I'm so glad you posted this as I am going there in September and wasn't sure how it was going to be. Any other information please let me know. Thanks, Christy
  6. Has anyone had any experience at any of the restaurants in the Pocono Mts. of Pa recently? Would love to go there but not sure of any restaurants in the area. Thank you
  7. HI - We are going to the Pocono Mountains in PA for a few days in March and wondered if anyone has had any positive experiences at any of the resorts. We're looking at Woodloch Pines. Thanks,
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    Arpeggio's - Spring House, Pa

    I am so glad to hear about this place as it less than 10 minutes from me and I would never have considered it. Thanks for posting.
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    Philadelphia, Pa

    HI-Just noticed your message - If you like Thai food there is a Thai restaurant called My Thai in the Rittenhouse Sq section in center city - They are well up on gluten-free food. Dietary Shoppe has closed. There is a good Whole Foods in center City (actually 2, depending on where you are) and also a Trader Joe's. I heartily recommend Mr. Ritts - they are also knowledgeable about what else is available. If I think of anything else I'll post. Good luck and welcome to Phila. Christy
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    Dining Options In Ithaca, Ny?

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I"ll post when I get back on how I found things.
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    Dining Options In Ithaca, Ny?

    I'll be coming from the south - Central Pennsylvania so won't be going too muuch further but may get to drive around the area - Watkins Glen, etc.
  12. Hi - I am going to be in Ithaca, NY, next weekend. Any dining suggestions or must-sees? Thanks, Christy
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    Dining In Milford, Pa

    HI Judy - WE're just going there to tour some of the spots I've read about, including Grey Towers. THanks for the information. I'm posting on a few other sites and will let you know if I find out anything or when we return what I've found out so you can try going there also. Christy