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Post Icon Posted: Dec 29th, 2007 at 04:27 pm

Couldn't find any meaningful nutritional or food allergy info on their website.

Anyone have any recent correspondence with Chevy's?


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Post Icon Posted: Jan 8th, 2008 at 08:23 pm

We ate at one about 3 weeks ago in Missouri. We spoke to the hostess, manager and kitchen guy and they said they did not have peanuts in anything. They looked at the labels and did not find any nuts listed. I also scoured the menu and did not see any nut items.

HTH as it was a fun experience. The kids liked it.

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Post Icon Posted: Jan 21st, 2008 at 02:47 pm

We eat at Chevy's all the time.

My dd has a peanut, tree nut and sesame allergy

I can't even find any nuts on the menu

We have never had a problem and always forget how easy it is to eat here!

enjoy!!! :Smiley
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Post Icon Posted: Mar 9th, 2009 at 03:30 pm

Wanted to update this thread after our discussion with local Chevy's manager yesterday:

His restaurant (I was NOT clear if this would be nationwide) is adding a new dish to be offered at lunchtimes (possibly limited time as a test?):

>This dish has a MOLE SAUCE that has 2 treenuts and sesame in it.

>They are making the sauce IN HOUSE using a blender, though different blender from other sauces/salsas.

>Sauce to be added to a NEW enchilada dish. Not to be used on grill at any time.

Wanted to get this info out as I do know quite a few LTFA folks who have Chevy's on their "go to" list . . .

ALWAYS check with your local restaurant. Sometimes dishes may be region-specific. As always, SPEAK TO MANAGER about the fare.


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Post Icon Posted: Mar 25th, 2009 at 07:15 pm

WHAT! We are going to Disney soon and we were looking forward to eating there. I am going to call there and find out if it is there. Hopefully they will let me bring in McDonalds.
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