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Just wondering if anyone has a good or bad experience with this place. Their website is awesome at listing EVERY food and it's allergies and they describe how cautious they are. My son has a PNA.
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There is a free giveaway for restaurant allergy cards for those who are interested at www.eatnutfree.com (an allergy blog). All you have to do is leave a comment with the type of card you wish to...
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Just want to bring it to your attention, this place is a Chuck E. Cheese type of chain in CA, geared toward kids, with a catch. They serve peanut butter pizzas. Some pizzas also have peanuts in...
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WE are going to DC in a few weeks and my daughter is nervous trying new places. Anyone know of safe places in the DC area.? We have a hotel with fridge and microwave but would love to be able to eat...
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We are taking a trip to New Orleans and I am curious about Cafe du Monde and whether the beginets are safe for those with peanut and tree nut allergies. Any advice?
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Hello, We have eaten at Boston Market in the past with our peanut allergic child, taking care to avoid the few salads with nuts in the them, as well as the desserts. However, we stopped in at our...
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Has anyone allowed their PA child to have Mc Donald's soft serve? How about the topping (other than peanut, obviously)? I checked their site and it seems OK...I seem to remember that being a topic...
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I noticed on the allergen pages for these, there is a red star in the peanut and tree nut column and it just says [i] Peanuts and tree nuts are not used in XXX restaurants, but may be used in common...
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My son is severely allergic to peanuts and all tree nuts. I work at an applebees and have read all the boxes that come off the trucks. The mac and cheese is totally safe, it is cooked in it's own...
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The restaurants in west hollywood provides excellent dishes to their customers. As a result more and more restuarants have mushroomed in this busy city. The most popular restaurants in this city are...
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We are planning a trip to Disney World (FL) in December. I want to make dining reservations. Can anyone recommend a restaurant that makes accomdations for peanut allergies? Thanks, Dianne
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This will be my son's 1st bday since PA. We've always gotten cool cakes from local baker. Bakery is not peanut free, but offered to take extra precautions re: cross contamination. None of her...
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Has anyone had an experience eating at Dicky's? I was just reviewing there allergen information and the only item listed in concern is the pecan pie. They seem to be really allergy aware though....
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How does everyone go about deciding to try a new restaurant? Our 3 yo was diagnosed in July and we haven't been to a "real" resraurant since. I'm dying for non-chain pizza. One local place said he...
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Are there any reasons that this would not be safe for a Peanut/tree nut allergy? I've looked at the menu and they only have one item with pine nuts. Its not even a meal my kids would attempt to eat...
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My kids (PA/TNA) are 2yrs old and daycare is having thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday. Because of my kids they elected to buy dinner instead of pot-luck. They chose Boston Market because it lists...
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Does anyone know any good restaurants near Longwood gardens in PA for my son with a peanut, egg, tree nut and sesame allergy? TIA
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The other day we met some friends at Champps Americana. The children's menu looked typical, corn dog, mini pizza, hamburgers etc.. When I spoke with the waiter I was very surprised to learn that they...
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Today I bought a real fruit slush from a Sonic Fast Food Restaurant located at 827 Canal St., Carlsbad, New Mexico. What was so disgustingly different about this particular strawberry real fruit...
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My sister is having my neice's christening celebration lunch at a restaurant. We've checked on all aspects of the meal. Dessert will be an ice cream parfait. they use high point vanilla ice cream...

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