Apr 24

Gluten Free Options at Balkanika // Hell’s Kitchen NYC

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Specializing in Balkan & Mediterranean Foods, Wines, and Beers, Balkanika offers a little bit of the old and the new; creative tapas spreads and healthy vegetarian & vegan dishes, hearty old-world recipes, kebabs, home-made yogurt and some unique creations.

Balkan Cuisine is delicious and tempting. Balkan cuisine encompasses recipes from all of the Balkan Countries including Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Serbia, Romania,  Albania and Slovenia, which all blend together to form a lovely cuisine of fresh flavors.

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Balkan cuisine is heavily influenced by Mediterranean cooking but additionally “spiced up” with cultural and geographical diversity between four seas, mountain ranges, valleys and big rivers of Southeastern Europe.

At Balkanika you will find plenty of gluten free options on the menu including:




I was very impressed with the waiters knowledge of which menu items were/were not gluten free. They keep a sheet with all gluten free options in the kitchen, which he did check once just to confirm. He was right.

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Since we were at a Balkan restaurant, we opted for a bottle of Muscat from Macedonia. It was on the dryer side, with a musky, and “earthy” aftertaste according to Jeremy, with fresh-grape, peach and acidic flavors.

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Hummus, Olive Tapenade, Tzatziki, Fava, Babahganush, & Acili Ezme


We started off with 6 mezzes. One mezze costs $7, and the choice of 6 is $18. So, of course we got 6. All 6 spreads were absolutely delicious. The babaganush was very basily. Different from any babaganush I’ve ever had. There was very little eggplant and no smokey flavor, but delicious nonetheless. The olive tampenade was also unique in that it was not purred, but rather ground into very fine pieces. I am definitely trying this at home!

You can request cucumbers and carrots instead of pita, to enjoy the spreads.

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I ordered the Chicken Shishkebab. The chicken was tender and juicy, not something I am used to when I order shish kebabs (it’s usually dry). It was by far the best middle eastern chicken I’ve ever had, and I would order it again. The basmati rice was also delicious. How they get rice to taste that good is beyond me.

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Jeremy ordered the Spicy Lamb Sausage served with furnisto potatoes and sliced peppers. When the dish arrived, I think we were both a little taken aback with the sausages. They looked like breakfast sausages you would get at a diner, or  McDonald’s. But once we tried them we were blown away with the flavor. It wasn’t too spicy, which I enjoyed, and we devoured them.

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This entry was posted in Hell's Kitchen, Mediterranean, New York City, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , on 24 April, 2015.

Apr 23

Colors 100% Gluten Free Restaurant // NoHo, NYC


Colors Restaurant is different not only because they serve only gluten free food, or that they source locally and use non GMO products, but also because it is a non-profit restaurant owned by Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United.

ROC was formed to help restaurant workers displaced by the World Trade Center tragedy and has since grown into the leading national restaurant workers’ rights organization.

Since their opening in 2006, Colors has gone through many transformations and launched our gluten the free menu in 2014. 

Menus change frequently due to seasonal chances so it is best to call during opening hours to get the latest updates. But some dishes will always be on the menu, including the dish they are known for; Buttermilk Fried Chicken.

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Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Colors offers an array of complimentary gluten free bread including a cheddar roll and homemade biscuit.

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A full bar is available including, both gluten free and non-gluten free beer, wine, cocktails and liquor.

The red sangria ($12) is delicious and not overly fruity and sweet, but not too strong either.

We started with the fried calamari, served over a spicy sauce. It was delicious and such a treat to have fried calamari.

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For dinner we tried three different entrees. Of course we just had to order the Buttermilk Fried Chicken ($18). The Fried Chicken was out of this world. It was moist, flaky and just incredible. Jeremy said this was one of the best fried chicken dishes he’s ever had, regardless of being gluten free or not.

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We also tried the Mussels & Frites ($20). The mussels were served in a delicious broth of spring onion, garlic and white wine. The portion size was quite large, I couldn’t finish all the mussels, and I was sharing!

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The frites are actually more like thin potato wedges, served on the side.

The third dish was tried was the Slow Braised Short Ribs ($28) with parsnip puree, purple potatoes and horseradish. The short ribs were mouthwatering and falling off the bone. Again, the portion size was quite generous and we did not leave hungry.

I rarely order dessert when I go out but since this was a special occasion we ordered the vegan Chocolate Raspberry Ganache Tarte topped with whipped coconut cream.

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The tarte was dense but not overly sweet. I am usually a big chocolate lover, but I do have to say this was not the best chocolate dessert I’ve ever had. And I do have to admit the whipped coconut cream was probably my favorite part.

Over all we had a great, worry-free meal. There was nothing subpar about this meal, which can often be the case with gluten free food.

Happy Hour is available at the bar from 5-7:30pm and drinks only costs $5. Great deal, and I can not wait to go back and try something else from the menu!

Colors serves the community through their CHOW Institute (COLORS Hospitality & Opportunities for Workers) which offers professional development classes to restaurant workers seeking advancement within the industry.

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This entry was posted in New York City, NoHo, Restaurant Review and tagged , , on 23 April, 2015.

Apr 22

Dual-use Silicone Pastry and Baking Mat by 1Easylife


Who doesn’t love to eat desserts?

As a home-baker, I’ve tried everything from parchment paper, aluminum foil, oil, baking spray and grease to fix the baking goods sticking on the pan, and it can alter the taste of dessert, or just simply not do it’s job and ruined my master pieces! 1easylife has come up with a great solution, the Dual Silicone Pastry and Baking Mat.

I also like that this mat has drawn on circles, which makes it so much easier to shape the pizza dough. I am not very good at making dough into perfectly round circles, but with this mat it was easy to shape the dough into a circle. 81orh-kDqlL._SL1500_

I also have used my new baking mat to make cookies!  I placed the baking mat directly on a cookie sheet, not on the wire racks inside the oven. The cookies came out perfect, chewy on the inside and and crispy on the outside. The cookies were evenly cooked, did not stick, and were easy to remove from the mat leaving very little scraps and crumbs on the mat.  

The mat is super easy to wash. All you need is a little soap and hot water and it’s as good as new! Baking with the mat didn’t leave any wear or baking marks. This mat is anti-bacterial, so with proper cleaning this baking and pastry mat is safe from micro organism, and it is also odor resistant. And after washing the mat, it doesn’t even look like it’s been used! It’s easy to store because you can roll it up and easily fit it into a cabinet or drawer.

Using a baking mat will also help you save money in the long run. No more wasting, and running out of, parchment paper or aluminum foil. It’s also much better for the environment- no waste! 



NONSTICK AND FLEXIBLE MAT ROLLS – 1Easylife dual silicone pastry nonstick mat lets you bring amazing culinary result to your home kitchen. With smooth surface allowing you to roll out dough smoothly without a snags. Perfect for sweets, layered cakes, pie and brownies to cheesy potato grain and deep-dish pizza or pizza crust and tasty desserts

MEASURE MARKING FOR NOVICE AND EXPERT BAKERS – Make your baking session enjoyable with the convenient measurement guides printed on the mat. The marked circle area where you can roll the dough for round pans – or pizza – has “5-6-7-8-9-10′ inch diameter and for square and rectangular pan the mat’s top and bottom border features inched and centimeter ruled guides for stretching the bread stick to the right length.

MADE WITH QUALITY AND DURABILITY IN MIND – This nonslip silicon pastry and baking mat is fiber coated tear resistant with 0.7mm thickness that can also use as baking sheet liner and replaces parchment paper and greasy spray when used in the oven for baking, Heat resistant-Oven and microwave-safe to 480 degrees F.   It will definitely help you prevent burning of cookies or pastries. The mat is FDA approved. The thickness measures 0.7mm and is the thickest baking mat you can find in the market.

There are many baking mats out there on the market, often times they are lower quality with lower prices, and extremely thin and fragile, It is very important to find a high quality baking/pastry mat that will last for years.So choose the mat that you can rely on, well made and offers great service like this one from 1Easylife Dual-use silicone baking pasty mat!

815t-fWFwWL._SL1500_1Easylife Dual Silicone Pastry and Baking Mat has two available sizes ” Large which is 25 x 15 inches(63 x 38cm), and Small which comes with two 11 x 16.6 inches(27.94 x 42.2cm). You can keep the extra as back up, or give it to a friend! You can purchase both sizes on Amazon


 Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.

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This entry was posted in Baking, Product Review and tagged , on 22 April, 2015.

Apr 21

Ole Smoky – Tennessee’s first legal Moonshine

Ole Smoky’s® is Tennessee’s first legal Moonshine.

Ah… the smell of Grandma’s apple pie cooling on the windowsill.  Ole Smoky’s® Apple Pie Moonshine™ captures the same delicious combination of flavors – made with pure apple juice, ground cinnamon and other spices – blended with their homemade moonshine, an authentic recipe that has been loved for ages in Appalachia, and is now available for everyone else to enjoy!


At 40 proof, it’s very drinkable and goes down as easy as a forkful of sweet apple pie. A significant drop in proof from the main moonshine (100 proof), makes the apple pie moonshine extremely easy to drink in fairly large quantities. But, do beware that it is stronger than you think and always be cautious when drinking alcohol. It has distinctively apple and spice aroma, a little like spiced apple cider. If you didn’t know it had alcohol in it, you wouldn’t be able to tell from smelling it. It is appley sweet to the start and then becomes more spicy with deep cinnamon and allspice flavors, similar to warm happy pie. 


Try it with equal parts Moonshine and Ginger Ale with a lime. 

There are no gluten ingredients in the products but as always the Ole Smoky family suggests that you use your own discretion.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review. 

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This entry was posted in Alcohol, Beverage, Product Review and tagged , , on 21 April, 2015.

Apr 20

New York City Green Festival // April 24th – 26th


Green Festival® is a vibrant, dynamic marketplace where companies and organizations come to showcase their green products and services, and where people go to learn how to live healthier, more sustainable lives. Green Festival is America’s largest and longest-running sustainability and green living event, bring together the world’s most trusted companies, innovative brands, national and local businesses, pioneering thinkers, and conscious consumers in one place to promote the best in sustainability and green living.

Now three days long!
Friday, April 24th 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 25th 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, Sunday April 26th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Green Festival is back at the LEED Certified Javits Center for the 5th year in New York City. New York continues to be on the forefront in reducing energy consumption and has one of highest percentages of green space among US cities. It also has the highest percentage of workers commuting by public transportation, bicycle, or by foot. The city’s sustainability program PlaNYC has helped achieve the cleanest air in 50 years, adding 865,000 trees and five million feet of reflective rooftop to the urban landscape and has helped to reduce the carbon emissions by 19% since 2005.

Green Festival offers something for everyone, with the widest selection of products and services to work green, play green and live green from food, fashion and health to energy, construction and design. People can shop and enjoy vegan, vegetarian, organic foods, hands-on demos, educational activities and inspirational speakers.

Green Festival is a unique and powerful platform for connecting potential customers, retailers, wholesalers and corporations – all under one roof. It provides excellent opportunities for green brands to generate business-to-business and business-to-consumer sales, build awareness and strengthen relationships in an expansive and engaging green marketplace.

 Get your Tickets now! 

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This entry was posted in event, New York City and tagged , on 20 April, 2015.

Apr 17

Product Review: Amara Sports Drink // 100% Paleo, Raw Fruit sports drink


I have never been a big fan of energy drinks, sports drinks, or enhanced water. These drinks either are not good for you, being high in sugar— many sports drinks contain as much as two thirds the sugar of soda—or they contain artificial flavors, ingredients or food coloring.

Then there is Amara. The creators of the Amara sports drink had exactly this in mind – to make a healthier, unprocessed version of an athletic drink. They also wished to blend the various types of drinks, such as traditional sports drinks, energy drinks, and superfood drinks, and the result is a drink that nourishes athletes and promotes healthy balanced lives.

AMARA – (Ancient Greek) – “Immortal.” Like history’s greatest athletes, who prevail against the odds to achieve awe-inspiring feats, Amara means standing firm and refusing to give up. Amara reflects the idea that everyone should enjoy a healthy, balanced life, and relentlessly pursue what they love.

Amara raw, paleo sports drink blends two super fruits, maqui and coffee berries, with the 5 essential electrolytes to create the ultimate fitness drink that hydrates, energizes and nourishes.


Amara sports drink is also Kosher, vegan, gluten free, soy free and non-GMO.

Amara is designed to give you the energy boost you need from CoffeeBerry®, a full spread of B & C Vitamins and Antioxidants, and 5 of the key electrolytes found in the human body, all at isotonic levels to hydrate you as rapidly as possible. 


All of the ingredients used in Amara are 100% natural and Paleo-approved and contain zero artificial colors, preservatives, or flavors, all while maintaining a low-calorie profile.

With just the right amount of low glycemic, organic Agave Nectar and Monk Fruit, Amara tastes delightfully sweet, without overloading you with calories or crashing your energy and diet with processed sugar.

The only potential downside to this drink, which is also an upside for many, is the caffeine content. With 75mgs of caffeine per serving, and two servings per container, each drink has a little more than the content of 1.5 cups of black coffee. This will certainly help with performance, especially in anything cardiovascular, but not everyone wants the caffeine, especially if they workout close to bedtime.

With only 30 Calories per 16oz bottle and 4g of sugar, you can rest assured Amara will help get you through your workout without adding the Calories right back like most of the leading sports drinks. Amara drinks are literally made with fruit, electrolytes and water blended together and bottled raw to avoid the vitamin loss that comes with pasteurization. It’s that simple.

This drink is ideal for paleo dieters, people eating raw or organic, and – honestly – it’s right for anyone interested in a sports drink.

You can purchase Amara Sports Drink online for $29.99 for a 12-pack, with free shipping. That’s about $2.49 per drink, very comparable to other sports and energy drinks on the market. 

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review. 


This entry was posted in Beverage, fitness, Kosher, organic, Product Review, Soy free, Vegan and tagged , , , , , , on 17 April, 2015.

Apr 16

Bridge Lane Lieb Cellars White Wine Blend ($10 off promo code) & Engraved Stemless Wine Glasses Review + Giveaway


Today I am going to talk about one of my favorite things: wine!

Yes wine may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of New York, but areas like the Finger Lakes and Niagara are doing some fantastic things with wine and as whole, the state is the 4th largest wine producer in the United States! Definitely not the first place you would think to look for a vineyard, but lo and behold, Long Island is producing some excellent wines too. 


Last year, Lieb Cellars in Cutchogue rolled out a line of tasty yet affordable boxed wines under their Bridge Lane line. Each Bridge Lane boxed wine costs $40 and contains the equivalent of four bottles of wine. Boxes retain their freshness up to one month after being opened. 


The 2014 Lieb Cellars Bridge Lane White Blend is a light bodied, dry wine with no residual sugar, does not undergo malolactic fermentation and is aged in 100% stainless steel. All of this makes for a very fresh wine that despite being dry (not sweet) still features a ton of delicious fruit. Highly aromatic on the nose, the wine features abundant aromas of lemon, tangerine and apricot. All that fruit continues when tasting this well structured wine. Tangy citrus and tropical fruit lead into the dry, long, slightly chalky, mouthwatering finish. Excellent and highly recommended!

Composition: 35% Chardonnay, 26% Pinot Blanc, 20% Riesling, 15% Sauvignon Blanc, 4% White Pinot Noir

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That means, $30 for 4 bottles worth of dry, hand-crafted, expert-approved #farmtobox wine. JUMP ON IT!

So how do I enjoy my wine? In my new engraved stemless wine glasses from Urbanhouse Tampa of course! 

The elegant stemless wine glasses are perfect for toasting your favorite aged – or box – wine! They create a unique personalized gift for birthdays, anniversaries, bridal shower luncheons, rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions or to say “Will You Be My Bridesmaid”?

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Each piece of stemware is custom engraved upon order in a workshop in Tampa using a laser beam. Laser engraved glass is an eco-friendly, long lasting alternative to paint and other engraving methods that provides a naturally beautiful aesthetic. They look beautiful in the home, on the main table at dinner parties or weddings, or as gifts for the wedding party. The designs are guaranteed to last many years and have a lifetime guarantee. 

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If you head over to the Urban Farmhouse etsy page, you can see 26 pages worth of items available for sale. 

Now it’s time for the giveaway! One lucky reader will win 2 custom engraved stemless wine glasses! To enter, simply click on the rafflecopter below. 

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This giveaway will end on April 22, 2015 at 11:59pm. Open to U.S. residents only. 


Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review.  


This entry was posted in Beverage, Giveaway, Product Review, wine and tagged , , , on 16 April, 2015.

Apr 15

Skinny Kosher Creations Gluten Free Weight Loss/Energy Bars

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Women, in general, are continually wearing many hats a day. Working, parenting, helping family, being a wife or Girlfriend, planning….They try to do it all. Throughout these busy moments on the go we either grab something easy (often junky) or go to the protein bar isle of the store feeling confident that we are choosing a healthier option. The problem is that many of these bars are either rice crispy bars with some flavoring therefore airy and empty or they are chocolate bars remarketed as a protein bar, loaded with unwanted calories, fat, sugar or carbs. 

Skinny Kosher Creations offers something different; a low calories bar, made with healthy ingredients, and addresses allergies and dietary restrictions. Skinny Kosher Creations is based out of Woodstock, New York. Owner Brenda and her team have over 12 years of senior management experience within the weight loss industry, combined with their entrepreneurial skills, energy and focus, you have an awesome foundation! Striving to become game-changes in the weight loss/energy bars industry, they have not only made the bars Kosher and gluten free, but also peanut free, dairy free, and lactose free, all wrapped in a mere 130 calories!

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The first product they have launched are delicious Energy Bars. The bars are available in three flavors; Choco Chip Coco’Tini, Choco Chip Mint’Tini, and Choco Chip Orange’Tini.  

The bar looks dense and therefore most people, including myself, think it is chocolate. The base of the bars are actually dates, which makes the bars higher in fiber and excellent for digestion.

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I was impressed with the lightness (aka not dense) of the bars and the subtle flavors. I was weary of the orange flavor, because I do not like anything orange-flavored, but to my surprise there was only a faint orange taste, and I really enjoyed the bar. The same can be said with the mint bar, which Jeremy, who hates mint, could actually tolerate the flavor.

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WHY Skinny Kosher Creations BARS?

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SKC bars…

The bars are not meant to be meal replacements however they are meant to help fight hunger and because of the high fiber content and its date paste base, they are very satisfying and an easy “go to”. With a sensible diet and two bars a day, they are a wonderful addition for weight loss or weight maintenance as well.

You can purchase Skinny Kosher Creations Bars online.

They are cooking up many ideas that will bring about many new flavors and shelf stable Mediterranean inspired all natural vegetarian meals with zero chemicals or additives.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I was not paid to write this review. 

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This entry was posted in dairy free, Kosher, nut free, Product Review, Snack, Vegan, Vegetarian and tagged , , , , , , , on 15 April, 2015.

Apr 14

Chantilly Mega Supreme Chewable Enzyme Probiotic Review + Giveaway

61rWqpHrfjL._SL1000_Get the best of both worlds with Chantilly Mega Supreme Enzyme Probiotic! While the enzymes help the body digest food and get rid of damaged cells, the probiotics replenish the good bacteria taking over the bad bacteria, which caused bad odor, rotting, bloating and all range of issues.

Most people are well aware of the benefits of the probiotics but for some reason there is not much talk about digestive enzymes, which could be the the missing link to feeling better.

Digestive enzyme supplements are designed to support digestion by working synergistically with the body’s digestive system. The human body naturally manufactures some digestive enzymes, but others have to be supplemented through the diet. As we age the enzymes in the human body diminish and the body has to work harder to keep up with the demands. One can easily become enzyme deficient. Indigestion, bloating, gas and bad breath are among the signs of enzyme deficiency. Or, for people like me, my body lacks some of the digestive enzymes needed to break down food, and I rely on digestive enzymes at every meal.

I also take probiotics, so having both of these combined into one chewable is great! Less pills is always better. But this ias actually not a pill, it is a chewable tablet.

This multi-enzyme formula with probiotics offers BioCore DPP-IV, known for its ability to digest gluten and fiber. The formula contains proprietary enzyme blend with amylase, acid maltase, bromalain, proteases, alpha-galactosidase, lactase, cellulase, lipase and invertase to help with proper food digestion and assimilation.


Why should You buy Chantilly Mega Supreme Enzyme Probiotic?


I have been taking one tablet with each meal and I’ve noticed that the bloating I get after eating, is much lesser. For anyone with IBS, this has really helped me with the bloating issues, and it could be worth a try! If your body has trouble digesting anything, this can help because it has the key ingredients that your body needs to digest many of the foods we eat.

So, where can you get Chantilly Mega Supreme Enzyme Probiotic? Well I have one bottle to giveaway to one lucky fan BUT you can also purchase a 90-tablet bottle on Amazon for $29.99.

Now, for the giveaway! To enter, simply click on the rafflecopter below!

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This giveaway will end on May 1,2015 at 11:59pm. Open to U.S. residents only.

Chantilly Natural Health and Nutrition is a dietary supplements company that formulates and offers products inspired by the accent wisdom of the Chinese and Ayurvedic writings combined with the latest research are often breakthroughs in the field of natural health. The company is known for the quality of its products.


Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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Apr 13

Promenade Bar & Grill now offers Gluten Free Burgers // & Join Us April 29th for a Gluten Free Burger Event

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Sports bars are one of the hardest places to find gluten free options. Has this ever happened to you?  You meet your friends at a sports bar, ready to cheer on your favorite team, and there’s nothing you can eat. Well, you can usually find a bed of iceberg lettuce and a glass of water, but what’s the fun in that? You’re hungry too and you wish you could eat what everyone else was eating…

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Well thanks to Promenade Bar and Grill, now you can! Promenade is proud to introduce Gluten Free Burgers to their menu! All three burgers – beef, turkey, and veggie – are gluten free and can be served on an Udi’s gluten free bun. Not only are the burgers gluten free, but the fries that are served with it are also safe.

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With two dedicated gluten free fries, which are only used to make French fries, sweet potato fries and corn chips, you can enjoy your meal worry-free.

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Let’s talk about the Veggie Burger, which is actually a Vegan Burger. Made from a mix of fresh, all natural kale, sweet potato, spinach, water chestnut, roasted corn, broccoli, brown rice and garlic, this veggie burger is unlike any veggies burger I’ve ever had.

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The big chunks of vegetables tasted garden-fresh. With very little brown rice, the burger fell apart a little bit, but I did not care. It was too good to care. The only solution would be to add more fillers – rice, quinoa, GF breadcrumbs, etc. – and this would take away from the flavor of the burger. I prefer Promenade’s burger that’s a little messy, but full of flavor and chunks of healthy, fresh vegetables.

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The “All American Burger” is made with four cuts of beef; brisket, short rib, prime chunk and hanger steak. Yes, you read that right.

All of the burgers are prepared in a manner to avoid cross contaminate with any gluten products.

All burgers are served with your choice of French fries or sweet potato fries. Obviously, I ordered the sweet potato fries. It’s not everyday you find 100% gluten free safe sweet potato fries. The fries had a nice cinnamon coating and were also delicious.

Tito’s gluten free vodka is on hand for all vodka drinks (check out the bottomless bloody Mary weekend brunch!), Redbridge Beer, and Stella Cidre.

Promenade is a great spot to catch your favorite game on one of their many 60” tv screens. They also have individual listening boxes for your table if the game you want to watch isn’t on tv. Better yet, the restaurant is equipped with iphone charging “stations” all throughout the restaurant.

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On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 join us for a Gluten Free Burger Meal! This is a gluten free meet up event with a chance to find a great place to meet other gluten free New Yorkers while enjoying a delicious gluten free meal along with gluten free cider and a great dessert. The cost is $20 per person, and you will get one choice of veggie, turkey or beef burger with your choice of sweet potato or regular french fries as well as your choice of corona beer or Stella cidre.  A delish gluten free brownie dessert is also included.   Tip not included. Tickets.

So make a night of it come down and mingle with other gluten free New Yorkers and enjoy some great food!

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Disclaimer: I received this meal free of charge. I was not paid to write this review. All my thoughts and opinions are my own.

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This entry was posted in burger, Murray Hill, New York City, Restaurant Review, Sports Bar, Vegan and tagged , , , , , on 13 April, 2015.