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3 Comments 12 December 2007

Portland Oregon Original Pancake House

The Original Pancake House in Portland, Oregon.

*** Wow! You guys deserve a big pat on the back for your emails to The Original Pancake House after I originally wrote this. Please read the good news from the corporate headquarters along with a very polite request to stop emailing them! They got the point! ***

What a crazy couple of weeks! I’m happy to say that the hosting problems, eye infection*, and terrible head cold are all gone! I’m hoping this finds everyone else in the best of health, and if this is not the case, I swear by my chicken soup, astragalus, elderberry extract and colloidal silver nasal spray.

Here are some fun emails I’ve recently received that you may find helpful and exciting:

The Original Pancake House is now testing out serving gluten-free pancakes at these locations:

8000 E. Belleview
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

5900 S. University Blvd. Ste D
Greenwood Village, CO 80121

Depending on the test market results in Denver, franchises nationwide might have the opportunity to serve gluten-free pancakes too!  So, if you are in Denver, please show them that we want our gluten-free pancakes! All of us everywhere else can email them and tell them about how excited we would be to eat gluten-free pancakes at our local OPH. BTW,  the orignial  OPH is in my hometown of Portland, Oregon. We always used to take tourist friends there.  My brother Jim uses any excuse to go there. Even when I’m in town visiting, "Hey, let’s go to OPH!"  It would be soooo nice to order some pancakes there again!


Don’t forget about Mozzarelli’s Pizza Party this Sunday the 16th.  Everything at the restaurant will be gluten-free! If you haven’t checked out Mozzarelli’s pizza yet, now is the time! It’s amazing! Possibly the best gluten-free slice in NYC.


Paco sent in this hot tip:

I was talking to the owner of my local and favorite bar, Floyd in downtown Brooklyn and got him to start stocking Redbridge, Budweiser’s gluten free beer. It’s just in bottles, not on tap or anything, but still is pretty impressive as I haven’t really seen many bars stocking it. The bar is really a great place, even family and dog friendly with a casual, comfy living room feel and an indoor bocce court that sometimes has league games and other times just is open for anyone to play.

I though you might want to spread the gluten free word, and give a shout out to the really cool owner, Jim, for catering to our needs.
Please let your Brooklyn based gluten free friends know about it!

 NEW BLOGGER ( Well, new to us. )

Gluten-Free In South Africa

So, that’s it for now. I’ll be playing catch up with some more fun news in the days to come.


*If you wear contact lenses and you use a "no rub" solution then you are at risk of getting a bacterial eye infection. In order to avoid this go back to rubbing your lenses for ten seconds with the solution daily.  My eye Dr. told me that they are changing all of the packaging on the "no rub" solution packages because these solutions do not work for just rinsing and wearing.  I really don’t want anyone to have to go through the recent infection that I’ve just had to deal with. It is not pretty and it is not fun!


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    Justin G. says:

    “Possibly the best gluten-free slice in NYC”…?!?

    If there is a better slice in NYC, PLEASE tell me where it is, because I want in on that. Mozzarelli’s is a gift from on high, as far as I’m concerned, and not just because it’s located two blocks from my office!


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    Jessica says:

    Rustico’s in Arlington Virginia has an amazing Chick Pea Pizza. Best Part is that the staff is excited about their gluten free items and can tell you all about it!

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