Events, Fundraisers, NEW YORK

Celiac Disease Awareness Night With The Mets

5 Comments 27 April 2010

Even though I'm not really into baseball…

[dodging tomatoes]

…I have to admit that Mr. Met is pretty cute!

There is going to be a Celiac Disease Awareness Night at Citi Field May 25th. Hurry up! There are only about 14 seats left and you have to RSVP by April 30th. Money raised will support the Long Island chapter of R.O.C.K. and the Celiac Disease Center At Columbia University.

If you'd like a sneak peek at the gluten-free food now available there, a super thoughtful reader sent me some photos. Thanks, Victor!

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  1. 1
    Erin says:

    If you can’t get tickets through the NYC Celiac Disease Meetup site, you can still order tickets on your own here:

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    I think it’s great more and more sporting arenas are offering these options. I’d love if more of them were closer to real food, but I’m not sure there is much of that at a game, gluten free or not. But if it’s a treat, which a game and food there would be to me, then I say go for it.

    Is there a listing of all of the sports arenas around the country that offer gluten free options? If not I hope you start one.

    Have fun! Too long of a drive from VA for me.

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    Erin says:

    There is a website called Scoreboard Gourmet. If you use their search tool and look for “gluten-free” you might find some good information!

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    Paul Wachtel says:

    I just had really good gluten free pizza at Maximo Pino on the corner of 13th Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan. I wanted to spread the word. Gluten free pizza has always seemed one of the hardest gluten free items to find.

    Paul Wachtel
    New York

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    Kirstin says:

    Oops!!! Wrong link.

    Here is the link to lunch bites NYC support group for parents needing to implement GF diet…

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