Friday, October 21, 2011

News & Notes: October 21, 2011

While readers in Bucks County lament the recent closing of Cheeseburger in Paradise near the Oxford Valley Mall, they'll be happy to know that Miller's Ale House - which has locations in Langhorne (2250 E. Lincoln Hwy., 267-572-0750), Northeast Philadelphia (9495 E. Roosevelt Blvd., 215-464-8349) and coming soon to Mt. Laurel at the Aloft Hotel - offers gluten-free options.

Tony's Pizza in Haddonfield (419 Haddon Ave., 856-795-4200) has gluten-free pizza.

Reader Jaime L. let me know that the Metropolitan Diner in North Wales (750 Upper State Rd., 215-361-1603) has an wide-ranging gluten-free menu.

Patty Mac's in Berwyn (814 Lancaster Ave., 610- 644-8275) can use gluten-free challah from Main Line Baking Company to make french toast. Thanks to reader Heather K. for the tip.

The soups and salads at vegan restaurant Wildflower in Millville (501 N. High St., 856-265-7955) are gluten free, as is usually at least one dessert.

I scored a copy of the gluten-free menu at El Rey (2013 Chestnut St., 215-563-3330), the newer of Stephen Starr's two Mexican restaurants.

Tuesday's post featured Cafe Spice fresh Indian meals, available at Whole Foods. All six varieties are gluten free.

The Gluten Free Delaware support group has organized a potluck meal on Sunday, October 23 in Landenberg, Pennsylvania. For more information and to RSVP, click through to this page.

On Thursday, November 3, the Celiac Center at Paoli Hospital will have a presentation on gluten-free holiday entertaining. There will be samples and a chance to win prizes.

I won't be posting next week due to a busy work schedule, but keep the tips on new restaurants and products coming, either through Facebook or directly by email.

Have a great weekend!
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