Changing the menu
(Continued from page 1) In recent years a number of restaurant chains have decided to go gluten free, adding and promoting gluten-free dishes and, in some cases, creating entire gluten-free menus. Five years ago, just a few customers a month would request gluten-free items at Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse in Boston’s Back Bay; now, it’s three to five tables per night. “It started with just a few guests,” said owner Steve DiFillippo. “Now, ...
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