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10 July 2013

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 July 10, 2013
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Dolce Kingston New York

Dolce in Kingston, New York

Continuing with my Hudson Valley gluten-free finds that I have been meaning to review for a while is Dolce on the Kingston Waterfront. I was doing a bit of research and came across Dolce on Broadway on the way down to the waterfront. There was one thing on the menu that particularly caught my eye – gluten-free buckwheat crêpes…

28 March 2013

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 March 28, 2013
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Gluten Free in the Hudson Valley

There was a great article that I came across from Newsday on gluten-free bakeries and restaurants in the Hudson Valley though they have an interesting view on where the Hudson Valley actually is.

2 October 2012

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 October 2, 2012
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Swiss Riviera GF Travel Guide, Part I, The Flights

My annual trip to Montreux and Geneva, while always wonderful, someone exceeded all of my expectations this trip. Perhaps it was because we mixed it up a bit this time trying a new airline on this particular route; tried a new hotel in Geneva; and visited some new locales on this trip. As always, the focus was on traveling gluten-free from a luxury p.o.v…

9 June 2012

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 June 9, 2012
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Restaurant Review, Rodizio Grill

I was invited by my friends at Rodizio Grill to check-out their new Stamford location for dinner one evening. Now, I typically am not a “chain restaurant” kind of guy but when I found out that this location was owned by the same owner of the Tri-State area Melting Pot locations I knew that this experience would be different than walking into any old chain. You see, my two experiences at the Melting Pot of White Plains were absolutely amazing from a food allergy and Celiac perspective…

8 June 2012

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 June 8, 2012
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Seasonal

The next locale in my QNYGF series is Seäsonal, an Austrian-inspired restaurant that just happens to be the proud recipient of a Michelin star.  I am always on the lookout for different dining experiences in the City and there never seems to be a shortage of options.  On this occasion…