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Delicious brunch by the crew at The Brooklyn House Restaurant.
0 · December 14, 2013
Great food and friendship, saw some old friends and meet new ones also. Erica and staff did a great job, as usual.
Sorry, cant make it. It's already 9:25 and still have a project to complete before 1pm. Uggh, should have worked on it last night - I was looking forward to this! I'll plan ahead for the next one. Stephany
I'm actually coming with my husband, James Schrecengost, who RSVP'd on Facebook
0 · December 13, 2013
I'm looking forward to meeting all of you. My Naturopath asked I try a GF diet to control my MS. It has reduced the inflammation in my body so much that my headaches aren't killing me everyday anymore. I'm so happy that Portland has many options if/when I want to eat out :) See you all tomorrow :) Stephany
See you tomorrow Stephany. Glad you are feeling better.
1 · December 13, 2013
I don't use Facebook. Should I just call Brooklyn House to RSVP?Thanks.
0 · December 7, 2013
I don't see why you couldn't just make sure they count you in the GIG group.
0 · December 8, 2013
The posting that comes by email says that it will be at Legacy but it will be at Brooklyn House instead. It's a yummy brunch for $25 with tip, all gluten free. You do need to rsvp though.
0 · December 4, 2013
Is this the date of the holiday GF meal get together?
0 · November 29, 2013
I don't know, I haven't heard a thing from Lisa, but I will check on that. This event is automatically posted every month.
0 · November 30, 2013
Yes, no meetings in December. Instead we always go out to eat. This time at The Brooklyn House.
See the GIG of Portland Facebook page for menu, details address and how to rsvp.
Instead of a meeting, we are going to celebrate the holidays and eat a fantastic 100% gluten-free brunch, that will also cater to those who are Paleo as well as vegetarian. The Brooklyn House Restaurant is a 100% gluten-free restaurant. Yay!
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