Las Vegas Allergy-Friendly Travel Guide

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas… except for when Spokin users share their allergy-friendly finds! If you’re headed to Vegas for the Super Bowl to (maybe) cheer on food allergy dad Patrick Mahomes or are hoping to catch a glimpse of Taylor Swift, you’ve hit the jackpot with our guide. Don’t roll the dice when it comes to eating out with food allergies, see all the best places to eat, treat, and stay with our Allergy-Friendly Vegas Guide.

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Alexxa’s Bar

“When I say this is one of the best allergy experiences I’ve had, it’s not an understatement. They went above and beyond here. I alerted them of the allergy, and then the manager and chef came out personally to discuss the menu. I placed my order directly with the chef. Then the chef hand delivered my orders. Food was delicious as well, with great patio view of the Bellagio fountains.“

@jamisonv, who manages tree nut and milk allergies

Secret Pizza

”Good pizza. No nuts in the kitchen either!”

@Rickymiami1, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

BRIO Tuscan Grille

“The waitress had a peanut allergy herself, so she knew what my son could have.“

@leelee73, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

The Buffet at Wynn

“I went last weekend to Vegas and stayed at the Encore at Wynn. We went to the Wynn buffet and notified staff that I was allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. The chief came out to speak to me and stated that there were no peanuts or tree nuts in the food. I ate different meats, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, pasta, and salads. I would ask to speak to the chef first.”

@dodgerledezma, who manages tree nut, peanut, and shellfish allergies

Estiatorio Milos

“Must try when you are in Vegas. This restaurant is located in the Venetian, and the food is amazing. The server, Adam, knew the menu in and out and made sure everything was made safely. The fish is fresh and delicious!”

@dsarsour, who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies

Yardbird Table & Bar

“This place is the best. They have a huge menu full of gluten-free options. I always opt for the fried chicken and waffles. They make it with a dedicated fryer and dedicated waffle iron. And it’s SO good. Now, they have multiple desserts as well that are safe, like a cheesecake and key lime pie. The chicken will take longer than normal, but it’s worth the wait. Make a reservation.”

@andglutenfree, who manages celiac and an oyster allergy

Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill

“I was hesitant to try this place but so glad we came. The server had allergies, so she was extra careful! The fish and chips were delicious and a must-try.”

@dsarsour, who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies


“We love Benihana because they will cook your meal in the back kitchen separate from the other foods, but our little one still gets to watch and enjoy the show. We’ve eaten at several locations, and it’s always the same.”

@allergyinspo, who manages peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, sunflower, avocado, fruit, meat, and legume allergies

Libertine Social

“Great restaurant with waitstaff that are familiar with food allergies and handled them well. Most nuts could be removed from dishes and easily avoided and our waiter advised us with her thorough knowledge of the menu. Definitely recommend!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Hard Rock Cafe

“I was able to safely eat breakfast here with my nut and shellfish allergies. The only nuts here are in a dessert item, and shellfish isn’t made in the mornings. I ordered pancakes with maple syrup and had no issues. The manager spoke to me and assured me I could order anything as long as it wasn’t fried. Although they don’t cook shellfish in the morning, it was still safer to order a non-fried item to avoid any risk of cross-contamination. I felt very safe eating here.“

@amandarose1207, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, and seed allergies


“Great allergen statement on their website about peanuts! They fry with canola oil and take great caution to avoid cross-contamination with their desserts.“

@alyssabauder, who manages a peanut allergy

Cafe Rio Mexican Grill

“Helpful staff. We have had consistent success eating at this restaurant with our peanut allergic child. We even visit this restaurant out of town.“

@tisafritz, who manages a tree nut allergy

Evel Pie

“Detroit Style gluten-free Pizza, need I say more? This place is located in old Vegas on Fremont Street. The regular pizza is served on a thin crust so it’s easy to differentiate. The staff will tell you that the gluten-free pizza takes 40 minutes to make because they clean the area, clean the equipment, grab ingredients from the back, and bake all the gluten-free pizzas in their own pans. Let me tell you, the wait is worth it. This pizza is greasy and saucy, the crust is crunchy, and the inside pillowy soft and so tasty.“

@andglutenfree, who manages shellfish and an oyster allergies

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

“While many of the menu items contain dairy and tree nuts, you can ask your waiter for a menu with vegan and vegetarian options. I highly recommend the brussels sprouts and the vegan risotto.“

@morganromo, who manages tree nut, milk, and seed allergies

BRERA Osteria

“Fantastic Italian restaurant with delicious food and proactive staff! I had put the nut allergy on the reservation when I initially made it and the hostess immediately acknowledged and inquired who had the allergy and to what specifically when we arrived for dinner. It was noted everywhere and my daughter had a very safe dinner and even enjoyed gelato at the end. They have limited nuts on the menu, and there is a pistachio gelato, but it’s is prepared in-house separately from other flavors.“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


“Had a great meal at Lago with our peanut and tree nut allergic daughter. The menu itself has limited nuts, an almond pesto used on a couple items and pistachios on another. Our waiter was very clear about what she could eat safely and was certain to make note of her severe allergy. She wanted ice cream at the end of the meal and he said that wouldn’t be safe as the ice cream came from off-site and cross-contamination couldn’t be guaranteed. I love a knowledgeable waiter! And the food and cocktails were delicious!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

True Food Kitchen

“Love eating at True Food Kitchen locations when traveling! They have fantastic gluten-free options, are a peanut-free kitchen, and the staff always are knowledgeable and considerate of food allergies. I had the hummus app for the first time with gluten-free pita bread, which was so good! Also, always get the mozzarella chicken wrap (also on gluten-free pita). It’s delicious!”

@emsnutfreeeats, who manages celiac and tree nut allergies allergies

Black Tap

“We’ve been to another Black Tap in California and this was even better. It’s full service rather than an order at the counter. Limited nuts on the menu and our waiter was extremely knowledgeable about allergens in the food (knowing which items may contain nuts versus those made in a facility). The regular menu is virtually free of nuts, it was their crazy shake bar that he helped us navigate with extreme care. One of their shake mixers is labeled and dedicated for nut-free shakes. While their shakes change, my kids were able to safely choose between most of the shakes. The waiter also clearly noted allergy when placing food and shake order. The food is also and totally worth visiting!”

@lbedwell, who manages peanuts and tree nut allergies


“Fantastic breakfast spot with waffles, pancakes, and more (menu is labeled but they don’t list everything available). They’ll ask if it’s for an allergy to ensure the proper precaution is taken. Get the pancakes with cinnamon butter. INSANE. So hot and fluffy.“

@andglutenfree, who manages celiac and an oyster allergies

Spago by Wolfgang Puck

“Our son is anaphylactic to sesame and tree nuts. The crew at Spago was awesome. They made fresh homemade pasta and steamed broccoli both there and also to-go. Expensive but worth it.“‘

@alylippy, who manages tree nut and sesame allergies

Mon Ami Gabi

“The best restaurant in Vegas to eat gluten-free. Menu is labeled but they’re also willing to make most items gluten-free, even if they’re not labeled. Everything is made separately and they take great care to avoid CC. All items come out with allergy sticks, signifying they’re gluten-free. For brunch, get the French Toast, and for dinner, don’t miss out on the French onion soup!“

@lindzey, who manages celiac

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria

“We love Grimaldi’s and we always feel safe eating there!”

@lauren3193, who manages peanut and egg allergies

Cafe Hollywood at Planet Hollywood

“Great for breakfast. Accommodated dairy and nut allergy well.”

@jamisonv, who manages tree nut and milk allergies


“Our waiter, Columbia, was amazing! He knew we had to get to a show, and he quickly but carefully told us what on the menu was dairy and nut-free and even told us some items from a vegan menu only offered at some locations. Everything was safe and delicious, especially the edamame tacos and rock shrimp.”

@morganromo, who manages tree nut, milk, and seed allergies


“If you have never been, book your reservations now. I was worried they wouldn’t accommodate my husband’s gluten allergy, but pretty much everything on the menu was safe. They were cautious the food was amazing.“

@dsarsour, who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies


Senza Gluten Free Bakery

“My first stop every time I visit Las Vegas. The staff here are beyond sweet, everything is delicious, and it’s probably the most affordable gluten-free bakery I’ve ever visited. Where else can you grab a gluten-free donut for $2.00? The cinnamon rolls and pecan rolls are my favorite and shouldn’t be missed.“

@andglutenfree, who manages celiac and an oyster allergy

Dandelion Chocolate

“This isn’t a restaurant, but rather a coffee and hot cocoa shop and chocolatier. The chocolate bars are all safe and contain only a few ingredients. My daughter was over the moon selecting from several dark chocolate bars with as many notes as wine! So much fun, and they were incredibly friendly and knowledgeable!“

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


“Dairy and egg free.”

@kaleenaj, who manages tree nut, peanut, and milk and egg allergies

Bruster’s Real Ice Cream

“Great experience! The owner came and explained everything and was delicious.”

@allergymann, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, sesame, fruit, meat, and legume allergies

Mora Iced Creamery- Downtown Summerlin

“This is a perfect place to go to on a hot day! They use a new scoop and change gloves when told there’s an allergy.”

@dsarsour, who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies


Marriott’s Grand Chateau

”The concierge was able to provide us with many restaurants that accommodate food allergies. The location is fantastic, so with it being right in the middle of everything you’re very close to some allergy friendly staples like chipotle and Buffalo Wild Wings (both five minute walks).”

@girlbehindhive, who manages peanut, tree nut, soy, shellfish, seed, fruit, legume, and mango allergies

Bellagio Hotel and Casino

“The staff has been super accommodating and the restaurants at this hotel are very knowledgeable about food allergies. Do not eat any pastries on site and do not eat at the gelato restaurant. All pastries are made off-site with a European nut flour and the gelato is all made in the same machine and is cross-contaminated. Fortunately, the staff seem to be well-informed. We stayed in a suite and the only downside was the lack of refrigerator, so we brought a cooler. Lovely rooms and a PN/TN allergic person could easily stay and dine here.”

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa

“This is a nice family friendly resort off the strip! Many restaurants on site that can accommodate allergies. The resort has a kids club, Regal movie theater and bowling alley.“

@dsarsour, who manages a tree nut, gluten, and seed allergy

Mandalay Bay

“Lots of food options within the hotel and nearby. Sundry store also to buy snacks and beverages. We had a suite, which had a refrigerator, but it was stocked with mini bar items that couldn’t be moved to fit anything we brought, so we keep ice in a cooler. 🤷🏼‍♀️ Overall, great hotel with very knowledgeable staff in all restaurants.”

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

The Signature at MGM Grand

“This is the only place we stay in vegas. they will bring up new pots, pans, etc by request. the concierge will help you find restaurants and there is a whole foods a couple of miles away. I think instacart also delivers if you have no car. Make sure you book through the hotel & not a 3rd party like airbnb because they cant give you new pots & pans, extra towels or pillows if not booked direct.”

@knightvine, who manages milk, soy, wheat, gluten, vegetable, fruit, grain, and legume allergies

The Palazzo at The Venetian

“Beautiful hotel and our huge suite could fit any food we brought. Unfortunately, the only fridge was a mini fridge containing items for purchase, so you couldn’t store anything perishable. Between the Palazzo and the Venetian, there are so many restaurants and places to grab anything. There are also 3 Walgreens nearby and a sundry store on the casino level. Overall, a great spot with lots of options.”

@lbedwell, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

“We stayed at this hotel because they had 5 tennis courts for my son to train on. We were able to get the owners suite which has a full kitchen. The restaurants in the hotel were accommodating and there’s a shop you can grab basic things like cereal, milk, etc. The monorail is attached to the hotel which makes it easy to access the strip. Only negative I had was the floral scent when you first enter the hotel. That’s the only thing that irritated our seasonal allergies.”

@dsarsour, who manages celiac and tree nut and seed allergies

The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

“This is a very nice and funky hotel and casino on the Vegas strip! Rooms are clean with good bath products. They also have so many restaurants on property! The allergy protocol is overall very good and the staff is well informed! It is not inexpensive, but in my opinion it is worth it!”

@allergytravelr, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, wheat, rye, barley, crustacean, and fruit allergies

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