103 Places for Egg-Allergy Friendly Desserts

See restaurants for safe desserts where people managing an egg allergy shared reviews highlighting egg-free cheesecake, churros, cookies and more! If you’ve found a safe dessert at a restaurant, please share a review on the Spokin app. This guide was published on 11/17/23.


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The Sunflower Cafe

Location: Fairhope, Alabama

“We just love the Sunflower Cafe! They have so many fresh, artisanal, unique menu items that are delicious! I’m torn between saying my favorite menu item is the dairy, peanut, egg, gluten-free chicken salad sandwich or the tofu curry dish. Both are fantastic! They are GREAT with food allergies, considering most of their items are dairy, egg, and gluten-free anyways. They have lots of vegan options and are very knowledgable and understanding regarding food allergies and cross-contamination. Catch them on the right day, and they’re bound to have a vegan dessert as well!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies


Intentional Foods

Location: Mesa, Arizona

“This restaurant is a dream come true! All items on the menu are free of the top 9 allergens!! My daughter was able to order anything on the menu, and it came as a meal, not a bunch of separate plates with allergy flags. And the food was delicious! Desserts are allergen-free too! This was a wonderful way to start our trip in Arizona! We were even lucky enough to meet Lisa, the owner. Wish we were local to enjoy this place all the time! Even a great place to eat if you don’t have allergies.”

@cetchason, who manages peanut, tree nut, wheat, milk, egg, and avocado allergies

Oak Creek Espresso

Location: Sedona, Arizona

“The staff printed the recipe ingredients for vegan and gluten-free cinnamon mini bundt cakes, which were heavenly.”

@nourishwithstacie, who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, egg, soy, and wheat allergies

True Food Kitchen

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona

“All I’ll say is that if I can find great food there, you probably can too. Also the desserts are all free of most allergies. My favorite is the squash pie.”

@ssallergic, who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, egg, grain, meat, citrus, vegetable, shellfish, and chocolate allergies


Black Tap

Location: Anaheim, California

“They can make any of their shakes vegan and it was the best shake I have ever had (I’ve had my fair share of ice cream). The manager was exceptional. I had ordered dairy-free for allergies and chose chocolate oreo. He notified me that they used an off brand of Oreo and it contained dairy. He refunded the topping and remade my shake for me. I was so thankful he saw my allergy on the order slip, went out of his way to help, and was so helpful. Can’t wait to come back next time I’m on vacation! 5 STARS are not enough!”

@elizabeth0234who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, legume, chia, melon, and cauliflower allergies

El Cantaro

Location: Monterey, California

“Wonderful hole-in-the-wall vegan Mexican restaurant in Monterey! Had delicious chips and guac as an appetizer, a huge dinner, and even safe ice cream for dessert! One of the only “authentic” feeling restaurants I’ve ever eaten at. Completely vegan and very few nuts. Went back multiple times while on vacation!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and shellfish allergies

Ma-Kin Vegan Sushi

Location: Agoura Hills, California

“Omg… this place is unbelievably delicious!! The staff was so kind and attentive. The restaurant is fully dairy-free and vegan, and the menu is clearly labeled with which items are gluten-free or have a gluten-free option. The rolls were simply amazing, and I already am dreaming of coming back! What an amazing place for people with dairy, fish, and egg allergies! Plus, they have a full cooked menu that looks delicious and even vegan cheesecake for dessert.”

@jennatso8, who manages milk, egg, and meat allergies

Next Level Burger

Location: San Francisco, California

“I cannot speak for the main menu, but the coconut and soy soft serve were AMAZING! The coconut is made in-house, and the soy is made using the Temptation base. These are the only ice cream bases they have in the restaurant (both vanilla) and they come out of a dedicated machine—so no risk for cross-contact! Because I was not comfortable using the blenders (have had reactions to supposedly “cleaned” blenders in the past), I had a huge “unshaken” vanilla twist sundae with tons of chocolate sauce! I called the restaurant ahead of time, and they put me in touch with their chocolate sauce manufacturer—free of my allergens! This was SUCH a treat and I only hope that this chain expands beyond the West Coast!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and shellfish allergies

Rooted Coffee Co

Location: Pleasant Hill, California

“This is a plant-based coffee shop that also serves waffles, toasts, and desserts! I tried the waffle with almond butter, banana, and blueberries, and it was delicious. Super cute outdoor seating, too! I asked if there were any other nuts in the waffle, and the cashier went to the back to check—after she returned and said no, the chef came out to double check if coconut was okay. I’ll definitely be back!”

@amandayoung03, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies

Tocaya Modern Mexican

Location: Burbank, California

“Really great gluten-free and vegan options! Clearly marked on their menu. Their salads are great. They also have gluten-free tortillas for their burritos and quesadillas! Lots of vegan cheese options as well. Great desserts too!”

@jbett923, who manages celiac and peanut, egg, and milk allergies


Santana’s Vegan Grill

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

“We ate here and it was so good. It was the first restaurant we felt completely safe at because none of my son’s allergies were present. No dairy, nuts, or eggs. Even the ice cream was safe. Highly recommend!”

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

So Radish

Location: Arvada, Colorado

“Vegan eats. My son had an Impossible burger and fries. He was also able to have a special dessert. It was a bit on the dry side but safe for dairy and nut allergy.”

@alohabailey, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and sesame allergies


Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Foxwoods

Location: Ledyard, Connecticut

“My son was able to get an intricate meal off the menu, rather than us having to keep it simple and plain to ensure no hidden allergens, because the staff has access to a book that clearly labels which allergens are in each menu item, including what it “may contain”! My son ate his whole chicken dish with frizzled artichoke, fennel, kale, and potatoes with a delicious sauce. My son was even able to have a dessert (coconut sorbet) which is a rarity at a restaurant! So grateful for their approach to food allergies. I wish every restaurant had this system!”

@goingplaces, who manages tree nut, egg, soy, mustard, legumes, and avocado allergies

ION Restaurant, It’s Only Natural

Location: Middletown, Connecticut

“The staff was very friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful about my allergies! Everything is vegan and the menu is labeled for gluten, nuts, and soy. They were also able to toast my bread on foil in the oven to prevent cross-contamination. I could even have a brownie! I would definitely return.”

@hurricane13who manages peanut, tree nut, shellfish, milk, egg, seed, and kiwi allergies



Location: Washington, District of Columbia

“The manager quickly walked over to our table to discuss the items on the menu that are safe for our daughter. He took down clear notes and ensured us in a confident manner that she would be safe. She ate a full meal of steak, potatoes, and broccoli, and they even had sorbet scooped from a clean bin for her dessert. She felt included, happy and with a full tummy.”

@allergymission, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, milk, sesame, and shellfish allergies


Location: Washington, District of Columbia

“An educated staff and super accommodating! If you mention allergies, they bring you a very thorough menu that is marked for gluten, egg, shellfish, dairy, and more. There are plenty of options for any allergen avoidance, and they accommodate dishes easily to gluten-free. The hummus and baba ghanoush is some of the BEST I’ve ever had, and it is a MUST ORDER. The apricot greek yogurt with apricot sorbet for dessert is SPECIAL. You cannot leave this spot without staying for dessert. This is definitely a place I will be visiting again—I LOVED IT!!”

@gluttenouswho manages celiac and egg allergies


Be Our Guest Restaurant

Location: Orlando, Florida

“We brought my 2.5 year old son to Be Our Guest, and it was the first time we have ever had a meal out together! They have a wide range of allergy menus, the staff was wonderful, and the chef came to talk with us to confirm our allergens and let us know that his food would be prepared separately in a sanitized area. It was a joyful time, and our son was able to enjoy a starter and main lunch, as well as a bowl of safe ice cream for dessert! Highly recommend!”

@darlingannessal, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and sesame allergies

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant

Location: Tampa, Florida

“They offer everything from gluten-free pasta, burgers (gluten-free buns included), chicken, seafood, beef, salads, and some amazing desserts. The S’more Budino (without the graham crumbs) is a great reason alone to make a visit there. Imagine this—caramel custard layered with Valrhona chocolate mousse and toasted marshmallow. The last time I was there, I had their Thai Lettuce Wraps and Ellie’s Chicken Piccata, which were also fantastic. I’ve had salads and other offerings on previous visits and have never been disappointed (or gotten sick). They also have wine pairings suggested with each menu item.”

@athomewithshay, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, egg, and milk allergies

Echo Palm Beach

Location: Palm Beach, Florida

“The manger, Dan, is amazingly accommodating and always helps to ensure that our daughter is safe. She eats like a queen here with her steak, avocado, rice, and homemade safe sorbet for dessert. Couldn’t ask for anything more than a safe, special meal.”

@allergymission, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, milk, sesame, and shellfish allergies

Gasparilla Island Grill

Location: Orlando, Florida

“They have an allergen menu. They have gluten-free bread for the many sandwiches they are famous for, allergy-friendly mac and cheese (two different types) and a plant-based ready-to-eat dessert. Lots of prepackaged food options. This is a nice option to grab the monorail from Magic Kingdom and come here for some safe food without the long lines!”

@seelyhaislip, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, grain, and legume allergies


Location: Orlando, Florida

“They do not have eggs in their restaurant and have no tree nuts (per the manager but then the server said one of the desserts had macadamia nuts—so a little unclear—but my daughter is okay with macadamia). My daughter ate here safely with egg, cashew, and pistachio allergies. The kitchen also changed gloves and was aware of a specific allergy order.”

@ojj, who manages tree nut and egg allergies

Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue

Location: Orlando, Florida

“Disney in general does a great job accommodating my children’s food allergies, but this restaurant went above and beyond. My dairy and egg allergic kids ate almost the same main dinner as the adults. Then for dessert, they were brought an amazing 2 foot skewer of treats including cookies, fruit, safe ice cream, cotton candy, etc. Other guests were jealous and asked how they could get the same dessert!”

@glopm, who manages milk and egg allergies

Liberty Tree Tavern

Location: Orlando, Florida

“Simply the BEST! And my son eats like a king! We manage 10 food allergies and he eats from table service bread to dessert. The chef always comes to the table to discuss. We absolutely recommend.”

@janinesav, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, oat, and sesame allergies

Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater Restaurant

Location: Orlando, Florida

“AMAZING! I do not even have words! If you are going to Disney, you must go here! It is located inside Hollywood Studios! I had a shake for the first time in my life…and not just any shake, but a cookie shake made with Tofutti ice cream, Enjoy Life cookies, rice milk, coconut whipped cream, and house-made chocolate sauce! Chef Daniel makes everything in his own station, so no need to worry about cross-contact! In addition to the shake, I had an outstanding burger and fries! Definitely one of the best meals of my life, and the chef could not have been any kinder!!!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and shellfish allergies

Surfing Deer

Location: Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

“We were greeted upon arrival, and the hostess reconfirmed the allergies I provided when making our reservation. Our waiter asked about the allergies right away and was happy to check with the kitchen. Our two girls (one dairy, one egg and tree nut) were able to have the grilled chicken tenders, fries, and fruit. The bread they brought out to start the meal was also safe. There was a vegan (also nut-free) dessert we could have gotten but we were too full from our meal. This felt like a special place (fancier but still kid-friendly) and we felt well-taken care of…we will be back.”

@cbuckley, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, and avocado allergies

The Crystal Palace

Location: Orlando, Florida

“Had an allergy menu that I used to get food from the buffet. They also bought out separate bread and dessert for me. Highly recommend!”

@emilycat14, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, and shellfish allergies

Your Pie

Location: Brandon, Florida

“Dairy-free pizza! (They also have gluten-free available). The owner, Karen, was aware, attentive, and caring about our allergies and with prepping my daughter’s pizza. It was amazing to have takeout pizza with my family. They also have dairy-free sorbet.”

@sdepatie, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, milk, and seed allergies

50’s Prime Time Café

Location: Kissimmee, Florida

“Special brownie dessert was her favorite. Pasta and corn were her choices, and she loved it.”

@mishajplee, who manages peanut, milk, and egg allergies


Aqua Terra Bistro

Location: Buford, Georgia

“Using their allergen information guide, I had a safe dining experience here! I’m not sure what it’s called, but I started with a tomato dip that bread is normally dipped in. They offered cucumbers which I thought was great! I also brought my own bread (thanks Schar!) and it was so good. For my main entree, I got blackened chicken with roasted asparagus. And for dessert, I had a mango lime granita! It was so good. It reminded me of something Disney World would give me for dessert.”

@samisafeeats, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, wheat, and shellfish allergies

Cafe Sunflower Buckhead

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

“My family had a great and safe time at the Cafe Sunflower Buckhead. They are vegan but do have few dishes and desserts with peanut and tree nut (cashew). I used my allergy cards for both my kids. The waitress was extremely nice and knowledgeable of the ingredients in the dish. She also verified again with the cook to make sure. My kids had a yummy, happy dinner from appetizers, main dishes, and dessert. Also, I made a reservation ahead and told them about the food allergy, and they were very friendly and welcoming.”

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


Lava Lava Beach Club

Location: Waikoloa Village, Hawaii

“This restaurant is such a gem. It’s located on the beach and the views are gorgeous. We love that this restaurant is about a 10 min walk from the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort (which is the hotel we stay at during our stay in Hawaii). The walk to this restaurant is always beautiful and enjoyable. This restaurant is our go-to dessert place. We always order the yummy and refreshing sorbet for my daughter. Even though safe food options are limited at this restaurant we still enjoyed dining here because of the experience. The view is amazing and my littles ones would enjoy the beach while waiting for our dessert to come out since this restaurant allows you to wear your swimsuit. It’s a must to check out this restaurant.”

@nmarie, who manages peanut and egg allergies


Location: Kapolei, Hawaii

“My daughter has an egg allergy and my husband is vegan. They were able to accommodate the menu items and ensured a dedicated space to avoid cross-contamination. Food was brought out separately from others with an “allergy” label on it. For desserts, a vegan dessert in the shape of Mickey Mouse ears was given (not on the menu), and we all enjoyed it a lot! Definitely worth every penny to ensure my daughter was safe and had a safe meal.”

@hj08, who manages an egg allergy

Peace Cafe

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

“This vegan restaurant has smoothies, lattes, rice plates, sandwiches, salads, noodle dishes, and desserts (mochi cake, ice cream, etc.). The staff was knowledgeable and accommodating of my nut allergy, and there are no dairy or eggs on the premises!”

@amandayoung03who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies

Roy’s Ko Olina

Location: Kapolei, Hawaii

“I mentioned our allergies when booking our reservation and the waitress was prepared for us when we arrived. We had two children and one adult with food allergies in our party of 9. Our waitress immediately started writing out a list of appropriate appetizers and entrees for the kids to choose from, and she knew exactly which dishes could be adjusted to be safe. They prepared everything we asked for, the way we asked for it, and they were extremely cautious and communicative. Bonus points for a vegan dessert option which my daughter loved! Top notch service and delicious food, this restaurant is nice for a special occasion but still very family friendly.”

@cbuckley, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, and avocado allergies


Coffeehouse & Deli

Location: Normal, Illinois

“My daughter has safely eaten here several times with her allergies. They have vegan items on the menu so she loves the pancakes and vegan coffee cake. I always still make sure to disclose her allergies and verify, and the staff has always been friendly and patient with me.”

@maevesmama, who manages peanut, egg, and milk allergies

DeSalvo’s Pizza

Location: Evanston, Illinois

“Native New Yorker here, and this is our favorite tasting pizza on the North Shore. Dairy and egg-free crust— they happily made my daughter a red pizza (no cheese) and it was delicious. Limited tree nuts on the menu, but they made note of all our allergies and the staff was so nice and patient and answered all of our questions. The absolute best part is they have an Oatly machine! My girls were able to have soft serve cones for the first time. Safe dinner and dessert in one spot is so rare for our family—such a win. There is also a park/playground for littles right next door (with picnic tables) if you want to eat outside!”

@cbuckley, who manages tree nut, milk, egg, and avocado allergies

Elephant + Vine

Location: Evanston, Illinois

“This is a new vegan restaurant that is also 100% peanut and tree nut (not including coconut) free! Aside from one restaurant in Disney World, this is the only place I’ve found milkshakes that are safe for my allergies!! The double chocolate shake was an absolute dream come true! I tried both the coffee and vanilla shakes as well, which my parents ordered! They showed me labels of the ice cream, whipped cream, and chocolate sauce, and I am just so super excited to have a new safe and delicious place!”

@missmeliss1895, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and shellfish allergies

Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse

Location: Rosemont, Illinois

“We’ve been here a few times now and they are terrific at taking care of my son with egg, dairy and nut allergies. He can have all of the meat except anything Parmesan crusted (of course). He also loves the cooked bananas as dessert. This restaurant is fantastic, although my son now fancies himself a meat connoisseur!”

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

Gibsons Italia

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Had a great meal here! Our waiter was super helpful and was able to answer all of our questions about different menu items and also confirmed everything with the chef. I was able to share appetizers and sides, which is a rare occurrence for me, and even got to have dessert as they had a safe sorbet on the menu.”

@mayakonoff, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, and seed allergies

Paulie Gee’s Logan Square

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“First deep dish pizza! Waitress was so kind and gladly took my allergen sheet to the kitchen and asked which items on the menu were safe for me. Came back and gave one option, saying it was the option easiest for them. I was so excited!! This pizza was so good, and she didn’t mind when we double checked the ingredients. The crust was so squishy for gluten-free and the cheese made my mom and brother really suspicious because of how real it tasted. Overall amazing experience! Plus I got strawberry mojito ice cream for dessert.”

@samisafeeats, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, wheat, and shellfish allergies

Spears Chicago

Location: Wheeling, Illinois

“This restaurant has a ginormous cotton candy dessert…a super fun treat for my milk, egg, nut allergy kiddo to have dessert at a restaurant. Unfortunately all of their buns have milk and egg, but we just brought our own. The manger I spoke to ahead of time was very helpful with ingredient info.”

@3withallergies, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, sesame, beef, and sodium benzoate allergies


Hickory Park

Location: Ames, Iowa

“When we inform the waitstaff and orders are taken, a manager comes to the table to inform us that gloves are changed frequently and that they are aware of our allergies. If ordering dessert, they will open new toppings in a clean area to minimize cross-contamination. And they will sing for a birthday even, if it’s only a bowl of whipped cream or just strawberry topping! It made me so happy to have my kids get to partake in a birthday tradition.”

@laurajune, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, and sesame allergies


Bar Harbor Grand Hotel

Location: Bar Harbor, Maine

“The Bar Harbor Hotel is great and extremely accommodating when it came to our food allergies. The manager, Joe, communicated with the kitchen and assured us that the chef or sous chef would personally handle the allergy order. The food is delicious, they are honest about what they can do, and they have sorbet for dessert!”

@jordanhumphreywho manages peanut, tree nut, milk, and egg allergies


Location: Portland, Maine

“What an incredible meal at Scales! We’re always more on-edge at “fancy” restaurants with our egg-allergic toddler, but we were able to have a delicious and relaxing meal thanks to their outstanding staff. They not only were more than willing to check menu items with their chef, including specials that aren’t normally in rotation, but our server had an allergy cheat-sheet in her notepad so she could review the menu in real-time with us and help guide our decision making. The real treat was finding an egg-free dessert on the menu as well. Baked goods are always a challenge but being able to order an eggless sorbet so our daughter could enjoy a birthday treat along with our family was wonderful. Such a fantastic options for families looking for a special night out while being mindful of allergens!”

@ekmwarren, who manages an egg allergy


Location: Yarmouth, Maine

“Thoroughfare has been a go-to for our family for takeout that’s safe for her egg allergy! Their online ordering system is amazing in that it allows you to check boxes for whatever allergens you need to be aware of and their menu items include a separate note about allergens present in the dish. They even note which ice cream flavors have egg or don’t, which is truly a lifesaver for us so we can all enjoy milkshakes safely as a family treat when we order.”

@ekmwarren, who manages an egg allergy


Carrol’s Creek Cafe

Location: Annapolis, Maryland

“We’ve been eating at this restaurant for years and have had lunch here multiple times with my allergic son. The restaurant is nut free and the waitstaff is fabulous with accommodating allergies, checking on menu items and advising any necessary modifications to the order. As others mentioned, the ice cream is nut and egg free (you can also buy pints of it to go). In addition to the excellent allergy protocols, the restaurant is very pleasant with great views of the water, a nice large patio, and easy parking (lot with ticket validation).”

@arty4, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, fruit, fish, and shellfish allergies


Jean and Lee Kitchen

Location: Newton, Massachusetts

“We have ordered from here on several occasions. No problems and the soy milk and rice cake dishes are tasty. Not all dishes are allergy friendly but they do have some options. The team is helpful when you explain to them that you have allergies.”

@aki, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, wheat, seed, fish, and shellfish allergies


Alcona Brew Haus

Location: Harrisville, Michigan

“This is a gem of a restaurant. The waitstaff was helpful and the owner came out to share her own story as a parent of a food allergic child. They do not have nuts or sesame at the restaurant and have a clear allergen protocol that features purple plates and utensils to offer added focus. While we didn’t try it, they have ability to make vegan pizza, too and based on the care they put in to our meal today, I’d feel safe trying it. They even had desserts from Sweet Annie Mae’s cafe—and others—that were safe for us. I only wish we lived closer!”

@dextermom24, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, seed, peach, and legume allergies

Charlevoix Dairy Grille, LLC

Location: Charlevoix, Michigan

“Fair warning: not an especially safe place for peanut allergies! They serve avalanches (which is basically a blizzard) which come in peanut butter flavors. They also have Reese’s, peanut butter dips, and peanuts to top sundaes. However, if you mention your allergies to the staff they’ll do what they can to minimize contamination (although the kitchen is very small). I did ask and the oil they use is canola/corn/soybean blend! So no nuts there. The menu is basically the same as Dairy Queen but they use fresh meat every day!! If you’re comfortable, then I totally recommend hitting this place up for a great burger and fries with some ice cream!”

@reganhwho manages milk and egg allergies


Pizza Lucé Eden Prairie

Location: Eden Prairie, Minnesota

“This restaurant has many allergen friendly options and the menu is marked. All employees were very accommodating. There is even a gluten-free, vegan dessert—the Molly Bar.”

@cetchason, who manages peanut, tree nut, wheat, avocado, egg, and milk allergies


Revel Kitchen

Location: Brentwood, Missouri

“I think this is my favorite spot to grab food in St. Louis! I’ve ordered three times since I’ve been here. It’s not an allergy-friendly kitchen but the online menu shows every ingredient used, which is really helpful. The bowls are all customizable, and everything tastes amazing! I love the mesquite tahini sauce for a creamy dairy-free dressing, and the vegan brownies are a delicious dessert too.”

@amandayoung03who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies

Tree House

Location: St. Louis, Missouri

“This is probably the best meal I’ve had while in St. Louis! The entire menu can be made vegan, and there are a lot of gluten-free options as well. The server was very helpful in answering questions about nuts or checking with the kitchen when she was unsure. I had the jackfruit tinga sopes and a lemon meringue parfait. I can’t wait to go back for brunch one day!”

@amandayoung03who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies


Maggiano’s Little Italy

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

“Took my 3 year old here for her first real restaurant experience… the chef came out and spoke to us, so I felt confident her food was safe. She even got to eat cookies for dessert!”

@lauren3193who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, and legume allergies


T-BONES Great American Eatery

Location: Hudson, New Hampshire

“My girls usually get grilled chicken and fries. They always have Homefree cookies for them to enjoy. Food comes separately with allergies marked with toothpicks. They made my daughter feel special by singing to her and bringing her a bowl of fruit and allergy-friendly cookies for dessert on her birthday.”

@kerryramsey11, who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies



Location: Bloomfield, New Jersey

“They have a very extensive vegan menu in addition to a traditional menu. The waitress was very helpful, and worked with the chef to make my son a custom pizza on a vegan gluten-free crust with vegan cheese, veggies, and meats. They also have a wide selection of vegan desserts. The waitress even sent the baker a copy of his allergy card, and he was able to have two cakes—took them both to go! The traditional empanadas were delicious, but they do have a selection of vegan ones as well. We’ll definitely be back the next time we are in the area.”

@paallergymom18, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, seafood, shellfish, and grain allergies


American Girl Cafe

Location: New York, New York

“What an awesome experience at America Girl Store & Cafe store in NYC! We had a delicious dinner that was allergy-friendly. The whole restaurant is peanut-free and sesame-free! Their chicken tenders are also egg free and dairy free. They are able to offer a variety of sides. For dessert we had strawberry sorbet.”

@vowens0227, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, seed, and avocado allergies

Benjamin Steak House

Location: White Plains, New York

“This is our go to special celebration dinner out spot. The staff and managers go beyond over the top to ensure that our allergy daughter is well taken care of and included. They make her a beautiful filet, potato, vegetable and even a special safe dessert. We feel totally safe and comfortable every time we eat here!”

@allergymission, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, milk, sesame, and shellfish allergies

By CHLOE. Rockefeller Center

Location: New York, New York

“Have now been to 3 of the By Chloe locations and have had pleasant experiences at each! Considering it is completely vegan, I didn’t have to worry about cross-contamination with egg or dairy, and peanuts were not an issue either. Now I will say that tree nuts might be another issue as far as cross-contamination goes, but this might be something to talk to the staff about because I know that some items do not contain tree nuts. Just putting that out there as well! Super cool atmosphere with nice service and super cool and unique menu items! One of my faves is the meatball sub! The ice cream push up pops were great too!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies


Location: New York, New York

“We had a very helpful server. They can modify their menu to accommodate allergies and they have a separate vegan menu. Our son has milk and egg allergies but was able to safely enjoy an appetizer, entree and dessert—which is so rare! You can substitute the soba or ramen noodles for either udon or rice noodles, which don’t contain egg and they will also make sure there is no egg cooked in sauce with those noodles. For appetizer, our son had the vegetable tempura which is vegan. For entree, our son had a teppanyaki dish and he selected the teriyaki sirloin steak option with udon noodles instead of soba noodles). For dessert they modified their banana katsu, which is banana in panko breadcrumbs: we had substituted the ice cream to lemon sorbet on the side, and the caramel sauce was also served on the side in separate ramekins so other family members sharing this dessert could still have the caramel sauce. Our son ended up choosing to eat just the sorbet when the dessert arrived but we feel confident that the bananas would have been fine for him.”

@ssdwho manages milk and egg allergies


Element Gastropub

Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

“Obsessed with this restaurant find in Downtown Raleigh, NC!! Has the most amazing service, food, and atmosphere!!! We tried the BBQ Nachos, Smash Burger, and Pineapple Upside Down cake and everything was superb! The entire restaurant is 100% vegan and peanut free so we were able to enjoy our meal without any worries!! Definitely recommend making a reservation if you ever happen to be in the area!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies


Location: Asheville, North Carolina

“Nice restaurant with very nice staff, they do have options but some were a no-go because of the shared fryer. The food is more on the fancy side, my kids did have options b,ut they say it just ok. Surprised that they offer a safe dessert crème brûlée that is made with coconut. I love it, but my kids don’t like the taste.”

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

Stable Cafe

Location: Asheville, North Carolina

“We were SO pleasantly surprised by our experience at the Stable Cafe after our tour of the Biltmore. After notifying the staff of my allergy, they did a wonderful job accommodating!! I had a plain hamburger cooked on a clean area of the grill with onions, lettuce, pickles, and chips on the side!! They did have Udi’s gluten-free buns on hand and our server was so kind to bring out the ingredients, but I went without due to the buns containing egg. I also had a wonderful dairy and nut-free vegan sorbet for dessert! They service was wonderful and atmosphere was as well!! Our dining experiences made for a great end to a great day at the Biltmore!!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies


Mox Boarding House

Location: Portland, Oregon

“This was a magical treat of a find! I called ahead to check on whether they accommodated our allergies and they said they had several gluten-free and vegan options and the only “nuts” I think they said they have are pine nuts (which my son isn’t allergic to). Amazing menu and service- so welcoming! My son ordered the tacos for lunch and we had gluten free and vegan ‘donut holes’ for dessert but there was at least one other apple crisp with oat ice cream option (and I think others). Fun drink menu for kids and adults and you get to play games for free while you are at the table and then you get a 15% discount if you want to purchase the game. WOW.”

@cstrickland, who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, and egg allergies

Zach’s Bistro

Location: Newport, Oregon

“Plan your Oregon coast trip around a reservation at Zach’s Bistro. The chef plans out the menu himself each week, and is explicitly welcoming of dietary needs. The food was delicious. We especially enjoyed the lamb riblets with a ginger turmeric honey soy glaze. We also had the crab cake and the lamb hash. The prickly pear sorbet for dessert was soft, sweet, and a toddler favorite. The chef even proactively obtained bread from a top-9 free bakery so we could enjoy a bite while waiting for our first course. We visited this restaurant with our food-allergic toddler, with restrictions on dairy, egg, peanut, sesame, coconut, cashew, and pistachio at the time of our visit.”

@whirligig, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, seed, and meat allergies


Laser Wolf

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“The reservation form included a question if anyone in the party has food allergies. When we arrived, they had a menu with all items containing the allergens crossed off, and items that could be changed to accommodate marked with stars. My son has allergies to 8 of the 9 (minus coconut and almond) and a few additional (honey and oat).There were only a handful of items off-limits to him. He was even able to have dessert (coconut ice cream with a pomegranate and date molasses), which was a first at a restaurant. All the food was delicious!”

@paallergymom18, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, seafood, shellfish, rye, and barley allergies

Monterey Bay Fish Grotto

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Restaurant with one of the most gorgeous views in PGH. Every table has a view of downtown and nearly every table alongside the window. Very kind staff and SO accommodating. They brought me my own gluten-free bread, assured me of a dedicated fryer for fries, had a lot of salad and entree options that were safe and EVEN HAD GLUTEN-FREE DESSERT OPTIONS! The menu is marked, but they go above and beyond if you inform them about allergies.”

@gluttenouswho manages celiac and egg allergies

P.S. & Co.

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“The entire menu is gluten free and many vegan options too! I love their flatbread pizza—it is small and perfect for one. They also have delicious desserts.”

@singlesweets, who manages celiac and egg and bell pepper allergies

Urban Farmer Philadelphia

Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

“Amazing attention to my son’s allergies. I noted his allergies when I booked, which the host proactively confirmed upon arrival. When seated, a manager handed our server with a post-it with his allergens on it. Our server even brought up cross-contamination in the fryer, which our guy is ok with. He enjoyed fries and steak and even dessert (sorbet)!!”

@jackiengai, who manages tree nut, milk, and egg allergies

V&V Scratch Kitchen

Location: Finleyville, Pennsylvania

“Definitely a hidden gem! This cute neighborhood restaurant has incredible food, a unique menu and delicious desserts. Best of all, my egg, soy, and nut-free toddler could eat the pizza and have a scoop of ice cream for dessert. And did you know, every kids meal comes with a cookie or scoop of cream?! Can’t get much better than that! Plus ,I love any place that has roasted Brussels sprouts on pizza. We will be back!”

@clatshawwho manages peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and legume allergies


Castle Hill Inn

Location: Newport, Rhode Island

“Newport Restaurant Group is great with food allergies. The server took my order, verified with the kitchen staff, and returned to tell me what was okay and what wasn’t okay. There was even an option for dessert that was egg and tree nut-free.”

@foodallergygrl, who manages tree nut and egg allergies

Celestial Cafe

Location: Exeter, Rhode Island

“I was extremely happy that this restaurant was able to accommodate me. I requested chicken piccata but was allergic to the pasta. The server suggested that we change to a rice noodle. I really appreciated the creativity, and the meal was great! I could eat one of the desserts here!”

@foodallergygrl, who manages tree nut and egg allergies

Flatbread Company

Location: Providence, Rhode Island

“Have never had a problem here! I can even have desserts when they have vegan, nut-free options!”

@foodallergygrl, who manages tree nut and egg allergies


Ombra Cucina Italiana

Location: Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

“I was able to have penne pasta here! I had it with Mariana sauce, sausage, and arugula. I was so so happy to find a restaurant that had gluten-free pasta that was also egg-free. The owner has celiac and I think a son with a peanut allergy. I even had a safe dessert—peach sorbet INSIDE a peach. I hadn’t even researched desserts, so I was really surprised!”

@samisafeeats, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, wheat, and shellfish allergies


Graze Nashville

Location: Nashville, Tennessee

“Super cool vegan restaurant in Nashville!! Everything from dinner to dessert was great! Since it is a vegan restaurant, my dairy and egg allergies were not a concern and neither was my peanut allergy. They were helpful when we asked about the peanuts and ensured my order was safe. I believe the menu has changed a bit since I’ve been, but I had a spaghetti dish that was wonderful with pie and ice cream for dessert! Super tasty!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies

The Tomato Head

Location: Knoxville, Tennessee

“The waiters were very helpful and desired to help us find something my brother and I could eat. also, they have vegan desserts, so egg-free! yay!”

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


Counter Culture

Location: Austin, Texas

“This restaurant was such a cool and surprising find during our trip to Austin!! I happened to stumble upon it online and was so glad I did! This vegan restaurant had some AWESOME menu items and great service! They have lots of gluten-free and soy-free options as well, and a note at the bottom of the menu encourages you to talk to your server about any allergies, as they are able to accommodate. I got some nachos to share and a sandwich (both of which were great!!) and a piece of cheesecake for dessert! Such a cool restaurant! I’d definitely go again!!”

@allergystrategy, who manages peanut, milk, egg, seafood, and shellfish allergies


JULES on the Green

Location: Essex, Vermont

“It was great to see that they are a peanut and tree nut-free restaurant, in general. The waitress took the time to double-check that the dish my son wanted was free from eggs. Dinner was good, desserts were great!”

@stephie728, who manages peanut, tree nut, and egg allergies


Ghostfish Brewing Company Taproom + Restaurant

Location: Seattle, Washington

“This is a dedicated gluten-free brewery with amazing food. You can get everything from an incredible Caesar salad, to fish and chips, to churros for dessert. Service is quick and the staff is always willing to answer questions. It is easy to request that other allergens be avoided as well.”

@cbb, who manages celiac and peanut, milk, and egg allergies



Location: Nassau, Bahamas

“Delicious and allergy-friendly! My tree nut, egg, and corn allergic daughter was able to enjoy french fries, grilled fish, steamed veggies, and sorbet!”

@dgwoodard, who manages tree nut, egg, corn, and banana allergies


Fresh Restaurants

Location: Toronto, Ontario

“This is hands down one of the most allergy-friendly restaurants on the planet. There are so many options for people with all dietary restrictions and the food, drinks, vibes, and desserts are always immaculate! I love ordering the BBQ burger in a wrap with onion rings. It is so hearty and their onion rings are made with quinoa—so delicious!”

@jennatso8, who manages milk, egg, and meat allergies

Odd Burger

Location: Toronto, Ontario

“This was my favorite vegan fast food spot in college! It is a short streetcar ride from the UofT campus and has affordable vegan fast food. They offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desserts and are completely dairy-free. My favorite was their Maple Crunch breakfast sandwich with their onion rings—simply amazing!”

@jennatso8, who manages milk, egg, and meat allergies

Rôtisserie Panama

Location: Montréal, Quebec

“We come here often and always order the grilled lamb, fried eggplant and zucchini, fried calamari, tzatziki, large beans, Greek salad, and yogurt and honey for dessert.”

@jeannine, who manages tree nut, egg, sesame, and avocado allergies


Le Potager de Charlotte

Location: Paris, France

“My son was able to eat a 3-course meal from this restaurant. He started off with the grilled romaine lettuce, then had the seasonal salad with fruit for his main, and finished with the chocolate mousse (without the pecans.) They had a menu in English on their website that includes allergen information. Initially, he had ordered the almond and rice pancake for dessert, however upon review with the chef, there was apparently peanut in the flour (which wasn’t listed on the menu.) We had Equal Eats cards translated in French, which helped a lot, even though the staff spoke English. My son felt safe eating here and even ordered a mocktail. I’m glad they caught the peanut issue with the dessert—just goes to show you can never fully trust the menu, it’s always best to inform your server of all allergies and not assume you will be safe. “

@paallergymom18, who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, seafood, shellfish, and grain allergies


Mezza Via

Location: Munich, Germany

“The owners of this delicious, wonderful Italian restaurant were so helpful with my kiddos allergies and making sure they had something safe for dinner and dessert.”

@3withallergies, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, fish, sesame, beef, and sodium benzoate allergies


Otto Matur & Drykkur

Location: Höfn í Hornafirði, Iceland

“This is a super cute spot with a view of the water. The food was absolutely amazing and the waitstaff was very proactive with allergies! My sister got the rainbow trout and I got the sheep loins—spectacular!!! We split chocolate mousse for dessert to top it off. Everything is made with whole ingredients and homemade! A very calming atmosphere and overall satisfying experience!”

@reganh, who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies


Shochikuen Cafe

Location: Taito City, Tokyo, Japan

“Great vegan cafe. My son loves the rainbow cake! They do have nuts in food here but my son was able to eat without issue. The rainbow cake contains soy.”

@briiii, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, and vegetable allergies



Location: Singapore, Singapore

“We went to Joie for lunch, and it was an amazing experience! It’s a vegetarian “casual fine-dining” restaurant on the roof of Orchard Central and has a six-course menu for lunch and seven-course menu for dinner. When we sat down, the waiter asked if we had any dietary restrictions; he brought over a menu that was dairy/egg-free and one that was nut-free. They were extremely accommodating and helpful in answering all my questions! The six-course meal includes a chef’s choice starter (which had a vegan salmon sashimi—so cool!), starter (I had charcoal-coated tempura), soup (I got the potato cauliflower bisque and also tried my mom’s Japanese konbu broth with hand-carved tofu), main (wild rice with roasted eggplant), dessert (chocolate sorbet, fruit, and layered red bean and yam paste—this contained almonds), and mocktail-style drink. When they served each course, they described the modification that was made (if one was necessary) so that I could be sure it was safe. Overall, I really recommend this restaurant! The views of the city are also really cool.”

@amandayoung03who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies

The Food Place By Food Junction

Location: Singapore, Singapore

“My family loves to get dessert in this food court in Raffles City because the window seats have a great view of Raffles Hotel and some other famous spots! Ice kacang is our favorite one to get—just without the sweet corn (contains dairy). Most of the Singaporean desserts like ice kacang, cendol, pulut hitam, etc. are gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan (only thing that wouldn’t be is the sweet corn topping on cendol and ice kacang). I definitely recommend trying some of the local treats!”

@amandayoung03who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies


Zvezda Café

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

“This menu includes desserts from around Slovenia with a clear delineation for allergen friendly foods.”

@dannybanks, who manages a egg allergy


Le Tamarin

Location: Grande Saline, St. Barts

“Our daughter has severe food allergies to nuts, tree nuts, dairy and egg. They were excellent at this restaurant in understanding the allergies and making sure her food was cooked without cross contamination. She had a wonderful steak, french fries and sorbet. It was a wonderful restaurant. Highly recommend for food allergies.”

@therrickgraff, who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, and seed allergies


Gaucho Edinburgh

Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom

“BEST MEAL EVER. I had one of the best filets I’ve ever had. Ate here with my food allergic friend who also loved her meal and got to eat a vegan brownie with ice cream for dessert! Our waiter was named Marek and he was one of the most helpful and kindest waiters I’ve ever had!!! We accidentally stumbled on this restaurant but it was fate! I can’t recommend enough, especially for steak lovers.”

@reganh, who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies

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