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  1. I wonder if the price will drop once enough is sold. When my husband went to Julio's in Westborough, they were nearly wiped out, and the dude there was surprised at how much they had sold. As my husband explained, if you haven't had a beer in 10 years, you're going to buy it! Isn't it nice to have beer and pizza again? Of course, I refer to corn pizza crusts from Glutino.com. NOTE: It's cheaper to mailorder these than to buy them in the store.
  2. As you pointed out, the link I posted was not working, so I went back in and just added their address. It's a funny story about the sandwich. When we walked in, I told my husband that he couldn't have anything off the sandwich board, but he could take a peek at all the salads and sides. The guy behind the counter looked at me as if I were mean, and I explained that my husband can't eat wheat, he has celiac. Quick as a wink, he said, "We have gluten-free bread!" Well, we nearly died. We couldn't concentrate because we were just stunned! This place has ~15 sandwich choices, and all of them are good good good, so my hubby really had to concentrate (and so did I!). As for the Bard's Tale Ale, a celiac friend of mine was over the moon when she found out she could order it at the Sunset!
  3. I accidentally posted this information somewhere else, and I meant to post it here. There are two finds I want to share. My husband has celiac and therefore hasn't had a sandwich in a cafe in a very long time. Imagine our surprise when he was able to get a sandwich on gluten-free bread at the Oxford St. Spa in Cambridge! The bread is homemade and my husband said his sandwich was delish. So, if you're interested, check it out: Oxford Spa 102 Oxford St.(between Harvard and Porter squares) Cambridge, MA 02138 Also, my husband has discovered a gluten-free beer: Bard's Tale Ale. It's made of sorghum and is quite tasty. Every time we look at this list of where it's available, we see more and more stores selling this gluten-free beer! http://www.bardsbeer.com/ Happy eating, --Patti M. Stow, MA
  4. There are two finds I want to share, and I hope this is the appropriate place to do so. My husband has celiac and therefore hasn't had a sandwich in a cafe in a very long time. Imagine our surprise when he was able to get a sandwich on gluten-free bread at the Oxford St. Spa in Cambridge! The bread is homemade and my husband said his sandwich was delish. So, if you're interested, check it out: http://boston.menupages.com/restaurantdeta...d=53&home=Y Also, my husband has discovered a gluten-free beer: Bard's Tale Ale. It's made of sorghum and is quite tasty. Every time we look at this list of where it's available, we see more and more stores selling this gluten-free beer! http://bardsbeer.know-where.com/bardsbeer/...n=&mapid=US Happy eating, --Patti M. Stow, MA
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