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Gluten-free deep dish...does this exist? Other GF options?

MaltedMilk Oct 3, 2013 07:02 AM

Hi,

My team is heading out your way for a conference in a couple of weeks, and I have been tasked with finding a spot for dinner on our first night. One person has Celiac and is gluten-free, and I am wondering if there are any restaurants that serve deep dish pizza, but have a GF option? We are staying at the Crowne Plaza on Huron, but can be relatively mobile.

If the GF deep dish doesn't exist, are there any recs for a place that has a decent GF menu?

Thanks from Boston!

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    wineaux Oct 5, 2013 06:52 AM

    Connie's Pizza has had a gluten-free pizza crust option for awhile. Haven't tried yet, bet am planning too!

    1. PamelaD Oct 3, 2013 09:47 AM

      Most of the 'Lettuce Entertain You' group of restaurants have gluten free menus:
      http://www.leye.com/gluten-free-menus
      We really like Wildfire.
      Have Fun

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        hoppy2468 Oct 3, 2013 09:15 AM

        We took my Sister-in-Law to Hub 51 and she loved it. Give their menu a look, there was a lot of GF food there.

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          danimalarkey Oct 3, 2013 08:30 AM

          You might check out this thread, about 10 topics down this page from yours:
          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/918030

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            jbontario Oct 3, 2013 08:23 AM

            I must admit that the thought of gluten-free pizza is about as appetizing as eating grubs. Might I suggest that a place like Lou Malanti's which is my favorite -- the Lou is the shiznet -- has salads. That also said, I've suggested to some of my gluten sensitive friends (heck I have some sensitivities too), take a prophylactic immodium and eat the pizza. Its goooood.

            Another option that is good for groups with selective eaters (smaller plates, lots of options) and is very reasonable is Quartino.

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