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Don't live in Texas but I do check out the restaurants on the web to see if there is something that I can eat there.


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4/13/10 4:05 P

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Texas is so big, let's separate this with the major cities. What are some resources in Austin for gluten-free people?

So far I know these restaurants have gluten-free menus:
-Lift Cafe
-Sushi Zushi
-Z Tejas
-Brick Oven
-CraigOs Pizza
-Hula Hut
-Pei Wei
-Wildwood Art Cafe

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