Clearwater Allergy-Friendly Travel Guide

Our food allergy-friendly Clearwater guide features the best to eat in one of Florida’s most popular vacation spots! See all of our Clearwater reviews on the Spokin app!

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Tijuana Flats

“This restaurant is nut free. The girl who took our order made a note and though she wasn’t very knowledgeable about allergies, she understood the importance and even asked me a few questions about food allergies. Food was good and my daughter loved her chips and queso and quesadilla.”
@Lattelauren who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Salt Cracker Fish Camp

“Went here after a long hot day at the beach. We called ahead as usual to check what oil they fry in (vegetable and canola), and any allergens in the kitchen. The food was delicious and good portion sizes for the price. You do have to pay for parking so make sure you have some quarters ready and it will be packed during the dinner rush! It is situated on the marina and use fresh fish daily caught from their charter fishing trips. They are managed by the same company as a restaurant we had some issues with, but Salt Cracker Fish Camp was a much better experience with some delicious food.”
@oliver18 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Cristino’s Coal Oven Pizza

“We ate here on our Florida vacation with our egg and nut-allergic son. Their crust and toppings were verified to be free from eggs and nuts, so we were able to build our own pizza. My son ordered the Margherita pizza, and added pepperoni. Their food, service, and ambiance were all amazing!”
@safelydelish who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies

Frenchy’s Rockaway Grill

“We had an amazing experience here! The general manager went above and beyond, calling us to discuss safe options after we messaged the restaurant. They have very strict allergy protocols in place. My son enjoyed his first chili cheese dog with french fries!”

@safelydelish who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies

King’s Pizza and Grill

“Small place with great food! I have tried their gyro, fries, and cheese pizza. No peanut oil or almond flour in their crust– standard ingredients. They have great specials, you can get 2 slices of cheese and a can of soda for $4.99!”

@user123456789 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Little Anthony’s Pizzeria

“They offer a gluten-free pizza or a vegan crust pizza. I ordered the gluten-free pizza with mozzarella cheese, chicken, red peppers, and jalapeños (build your own). The gluten-free pizza is only available in a 10” size but it was the perfect size to split for a little appetizer on the beach! The location is perfect to grab and go and hangout by the ocean!”
@lfrost5 who manages tree nut allergies and a gluten intolerance

Ryan’s Island Cafe

“They were able to accommodate for breakfast, they didn’t have anything with nuts on the menu and the waitress even checked labels in the kitchen. I had an omelette and hash browns.”
@laurenscotch who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Taco Bus

“Great food with lots of options for everyone! The manager stated they don’t use any nuts in their restaurant, not even in their horchata. I didn’t try it, because you never know, but I did get Dole soft serve ice cream (yay no scoops!) When I contacted their FB page about allergen info to verify, they also told me they don’t use nuts in their restaurant, but they strangely sent me a guide for what to eat if I am dairy-free or vegan. Helpful if you fall within that category, but a little concerning when you ask about nuts. With that being said, I think this is a great place for people with all kinds of allergens or food restrictions.”
@user123456789 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

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