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Posted on: Thu, 05/24/2001 - 3:42am
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pAnyone know of any good peanut-free restaurants in and around Atlanta? Also, any suggestions for fun things to do with a 4 year old there as well?/p
pThanks!/p
pJackie/p

Posted on: Tue, 03/22/2005 - 1:59pm
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we were in atlanta this weekend and the Executive Chef at the Four Seasons was extremely accomodating. Chef Robert. He made two safe dinners for our DS that were nut, dairy and egg free. He made salad starters, grilled chicken, home fries, green beans, and brought out a smiley face fruit plate for dessert.

Posted on: Tue, 05/29/2007 - 10:09am
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I live in the North Atlanta Area. What part of town will he be traveling?
As a family we eat at Longhorns (some places have opened peanuts but ds is only 2 1/2 so we keep him outside if there are any on the floor - so far no problems), Applebee's.
Good Luck,
Suzette

Posted on: Sun, 06/03/2007 - 11:14am
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We had heard that Applebee's had a Thai chicken pizza appetizer and that the sauce tended to get all around the plating area, so we don't like that one. Don't know about Longhorn.
One's that we ask at just in case there are substitutions in oil, or ingredients, but that have always been safe:
Red Lobster
Cracker Barrel
Ted's Montana Grill
Arby's
On the Border
McD's (not desserts)
We don't do desserts anywhere because we avoid tree nuts as well.
I don't know if they have Chick-Fil-A where you are, but all their oil is peanut oil, so we don't consider it safe. Some people do.
Hope this helps keep him safe and having fun.

Posted on: Mon, 06/11/2007 - 8:00am
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Thanks for the feedback to both of you. My son is going to play volleyball at a tournament 7/8-7/11. I hope to get specifics soon from the coach as they just posted the final roster today. I will update on specific locations so I can get 'directions!
Larry

Posted on: Mon, 07/02/2007 - 12:52am
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My son will be playing at the downtown convention center and staying at at the Days Inn downtown a at 30 Spring street.
Quote:Originally posted by JRB:
[b]I live in the North Atlanta Area. What part of town will he be traveling?
As a family we eat at Longhorns (some places have opened peanuts but ds is only 2 1/2 so we keep him outside if there are any on the floor - so far no problems), Applebee's.
Good Luck,
Suzette[/b]

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