Restaurant experiences in RI??

Posted on: Fri, 07/19/2002 - 4:40am
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pWe are new to PA. We just found out that our son has it. Does anyone have any stories/experiences with restaurants in RI? We feel very overwhelmed by this allergy and would like any input on eating out./p

Posted on: Fri, 07/19/2002 - 10:12am
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It's been a while since I was in RI. I remember thinking it strange that they call sandwiches grinders and they give you vinegar when you order french fries. Wish I remembered a good place to eat.

Posted on: Thu, 10/31/2002 - 9:55am
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Wright's Chicken Farm Restaurant in Burriville, RI is safe for peanut/nut allergies. We have eaten there often with our pnt/nut allergic child. It is a family style, fun type of place. The menu is very limited (but all you can eat style!): they only offer steak, chicken, pasta, salad, fries and rolls - that's it. We have talked to the chefs their several times and have been assured there are no nuts or peanut oils. They do serve a desert that is an icecream roll with nuts, but it is prepared in a separate part of the kitchen away from the other food and there is no chance of cross contaimination.
Eggs Up breakfast place in Cumberland is very allergy aware (manager has a friend with severe nut allergies and he always personally prepares my daughter's meal).

Posted on: Fri, 11/01/2002 - 3:12am
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Thanks, Brenda! I'm trying to find a Peanut Allergy support group in RI but have had no luck so far. Do you know of any? Or does anyone else out there know of any?

Posted on: Tue, 11/12/2002 - 1:31am
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Just raised a thread about the Cheecky Monkey in Newport, RI.

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