Traveling Gourmet: Solution for Celiacs

Great news for travelers with celiac's: Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas' Italian-style Verandah restaurant is serving up a host of gluten-free options.

Those with celiac disease suffer from allergies to wheat, barley, rye and malts, making dining out at Italian restaurants a bit of a problem. Problem solved. Take a look at these palatable pleasures that will be gracing the menu.

Gluten Free Sampler - mini gluten-free waffle with banana cranberry compote, and scrambled egg white with vegetables and pesto-roasted tomato compote

Gluten Free Citrus Pancakes - with berries and Vermont maple syrup

Gluten Free Frosted Corn Flakes

Margherita Pizza - with Roma tomatoes, mozzarella and sweet basil

"ABC" Pizza - with avocado, bacon, roasted chicken, jack cheese and jalapeno

Pizza Rustica - with Italian sausage, peppers, roasted garlic, red onions and ricotta cheese

Smoked Chicken Bolognese - with mozzarella, truffle oil and mushrooms

Seafood Mac-N-Cheese - with rock shrimp, lobster, blue crab, ricotta cheese and white truffle oil.

For more information visit www.fourseasons.com/lasvegas.

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