This isn't a question but instead information for those Gluten Free travelers visiting the area. We found Kenosha one of the easiest places we have EVER been for gluten free dining and groceries. We couldn't get over all the options in the grocery store and in restaurants. Much easier even than metro Atlanta!! We stayed at Candlewood Suites with a well-equipped and clean kitchen in the room, dined at Ashling on the Lough and ordered pizza from Nick-n-Willy's (it was a quick visit). There were many other restaurant choices that had been recommended by a reliable source that will have to wait until our next visit. I was overwhelmed by the variety of brands and GF foods at Woodman's. We even brought home a suitcase full of foods. Some I knew of but there were many more we hadn't tried. We don't eat a lot of processed GF foods but it sure is nice to have the choice of items when you need them and Woodman's had so many to chose from. I still don't understand why it is so available in Kenosha but was grateful for it. Now someone needs to make a gluten free kringle and my daughter's life will feel complete :-).