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Nosh on: Atlanta’s gluten-free news – November 9, 2017

On Saturday, November 11, Concentrics Restaurants ONE. midtown kitchen, The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at PARISH, TAP and TWO urban licks, are celebrating Veterans Day by offering all active military personnel and veterans with a valid military ID a complimentary lunch or dinner entree.

Happy Birthday to Maggiano’s Little Italy. They turn 26 in November and continue to expand their gluten-free offerings. Those with food allergies/intolerance are forever grateful for the care they take to prepare safe dishes that make dining out a tasty and stress-less event.

A new Schlotzsky’s Austin Eatery just opened on Cobb Parkway November 9th. The new restaurant is a renovation of an existing location, but will feature the brand’s new menu items and design elements. The first Schlotzsky’s Austin Eatery opened last December at Sugarloaf Marketplace in Duluth offering gluten-free pizzas, gluten-free buns for sandwiches and a host of sides and soups. Thanks TonetoATL for the information!

Treehorn Cider is expanding its menu to offer single small pours and opening on Thursdays from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Now you can order all of their ciders in the small pour size used for flights.

Have you heard of the vegan food truck Vego Bistro? It is a dedicated plant-based and gluten-free friendly food truck working on a brick-and-mortar location in Atlanta. The restaurant will be located in the Brookwood Plaza in Cobb County, next to the Austell L.A. Fitness and close to Cobb Hospital. Their plant-based cuisine is served on gluten-free buns and all of the seasonal sides, including macaroni and cheese, salads, fresh squeezed juices, soups and desserts are gluten free. Support their gofundme campaign to finance this expansion and bring another gluten-free restaurant to Atlanta.

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