Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Stonefire Grill accommodates food allergies

Andrew's allergies are so severe that he does not get to eat food out from a restaurant very often. We recently heard about Stonefire Grill's new gluten free menu that was designed to accommodate people who suffer from allergies. I have been to restaurants with gluten free menus and it is usually a list of 1-3 items. The menu at Stonefire Grill has over 10 items that are gluten free. Plus all their food is made fresh just like at home!

When we sampled the food from Stonefire Grill you could taste the freshness in the food. It all had such rich fresh flavor. The kitchen was the cleanest restaurant kitchen I had even seen, so there was no fear of cross-contamination.

 Andrew has never eaten ribs before because of all the preservatives in most barbecue sauces. Since Stonefire Grill makes their own barbecue sauce Andrew was able to eat it for the first time. He was in love with the flavor and it was the first time I have seen him eat meat with a smile on his face! The next day he was begging us to return to Stonefire Grill so he could get some more ribs.

Thanks to Stonefire Grill Andrew did not have to eat something different and he did not have to feel different on this special day. If you have children with allergies I highly recommend Stonefire Grill as a healthy option where you can feel safe eating out.

Sweet Andrew

You can view the Stonefire Grill Gluten Free Menu here and to answer any allergy related questions you might have. Stonefire Grill accommodates food allergies on a case by case basis by working directly with the concerned parties to ensure that they have multiple options to enjoy their meal at Stonefire Grill.

Stonefire Grill is currently working with a food allergist/licensed nutrition to better and more officially assist their valued customers.

Felt Stories was provided with a meal sampling for review purposes only.I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising


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