DH and I want to go out for a nice dinner and celebrate our anniversary this weekend. In the past, we've really enjoyed Rouge, River Cafe, Muse and Bonterra. We're looking for something of that same caliber.
However, since the last time we went out for fine dining, I've been diagnosed with celiac disease. Since then, we've chosen restaurants on the basis of them having a gluten-free menu...for our anniversary, though, we'd like to pick a place based on its fantastic food - we're just hoping that my eating limitations can be accommodated.
We're not seafood eaters and we don't want Italian or Asian. Any part of the city is fine. A great wine list isn't a requirement as I'm pregnant, but good ambience is a requirement. We're looking at entrees in the $30-$40 range.
Based on the menu I've seen online, Alloy is at the top of my list...is it safe to assume that a fine dining restaurant, such as Alloy, would have enough food knowledge/skill to prepare me a fantastic meal that falls within my somewhat limited diet?
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