The Most Allergy-Friendly Cities

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These are the 10 most allergy-friendly cities based on restaurant reviews on the Spokin app.  Explore a city using our new map feature, whether you’re looking to discover new places in your hometown or planning a trip.

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1. Chicago

Featured Review: Summer House Santa Monica

“We informed our server about my daughter’s allergies. Everything that she ate came out of the kitchen with an allergy indicator, which was an added assurance that it was prepared carefully and was safe. “ @memachado1 who manages tree nut, fish and seed allergies

2. New York City

Featured Review: Blue Smoke

"They were great from start to finish. My son was able to eat just about everything on the menu with his peanut, tree nut, and soy protein allergies. He had his first restaurant chocolate cake here. Not to mention the food was delicious!!!" @momofjonny who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, seeds, and fruit allergies

3. San Francisco

Featured Review: Wayfare Tavern

"Our waiter was very aware of the ingredients. Also, they remade my son’s meal because they realized before serving us that the fried pickle on the sandwich was unsafe. “ @ginawoodford who manages tree nut and shellfish allergies

4. Boston

Featured Review: Blue Dragon

"This restaurant was nut-free! They did a great job with our sesame allergy despite having lots of sesame in house." @cleanlabelmon who manages peanut, tree nut, seed, and legume allergies

5. Orlando

Featured Review: SOHO Juice Co.

"All items are GLUTEN-FREE. And most items are even vegan. I love the Acai bowl and different juices. Soho Acai bowl and Cashoo Mylk are my favorites. Flavorful and filling! " @kwood22 who manages egg, wheat, and celiac-gluten allergies

6. Denver

Featured Review: Just BE Kitchen

"Just BE is a completely Paleo, dedicated gluten-free, and dairy-free restaurant. It’s also mostly refined sugar-free and delicious! It has great breakfast, snacks, and main savory meals, I love the breakfast burrito!" @eatyourwayclean who manages celiac-gluten and milk allergies

7. Los Angeles

Featured Review: Beacon|Echo Park

"They have amazing options for people who are grain-free and dairy-free, including cassava flour treats." @josiebot who manages grain, milk, soy, and celiac-gluten allergies

8. Washington, D.C.

Featured Review: Clyde’s of Georgetown

"I ate here with my severely nut allergic daughter. The manager was very helpful, and the waitstaff was very well trained. They did a great job keeping track of her allergens, making sure the chef handled our order personally, even on a very busy night. They communicated thoroughly with us. Even though there were plenty of nuts and shellfish on the menu, they served a delicious, safe meal and made us feel very comfortable." @stalayne who manages peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies

9. Scottsdale

Featured Review: Sugar Bowl

"They have dairy free sorbets here and will open new containers of any kind of ice cream for those with allergies." @3withallergies who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, milk, soy, fish, seed, beef, and sodium benzoate allergies

10. Seattle

Featured Review: Blue C Sushi

"Blue C Sushi used to have peanuts in their sushi prep area, but does not anymore. They have a menu with gluten-free dishes labeled. They also have gluten-free soy sauce. If you are concerned about cross contamination with any allergens, the chefs are more than happy to make you sushi with new gloves and cutting boards." @elise who manages peanut, tree nut, and celiac-gluten allergies