151 Allergy-Friendly Smoothie Shops + Juice Bars

Cheers to safe smoothies, juices, and acai bowls on the first day of summer! It’s National Smoothie Day and our guide features 151 places where you can have a smooth experience with dedicated blenders, separate prep areas, clean knives, and cutting boards. With reviews covering 33 states and 8 countries, you can take your pick from nut-free, gluten-free, or vegan places offering gluten-free granola, non-dairy milks, and nut-free toppings. If you’ve found a safe place for smoothies, juices or bowls, please share a review on the Spokin app! This guide was published on 6/21/2023.

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Soul Bowlz

Location: Fairhope, Alabama

“Always a big fan of Soul Bowlz’s healthy and delicious smoothie bowls! Their bowls and smoothies are dairy-free and come in a variety of flavors with all sorts of toppings. The granola is dairy-free, too! They do not use peanuts in house as far as I know. I haven’t been in since the start of the pandemic, but prior to that, I know peanuts were not used in house at all. They do use coconut in house as a topping but, being a small store, they are accommodating as far as double checking for allergens in my experience!”

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


Karma Apple Juicery

Location: Gilbert, Arizona

“100% gluten-free, raw, vegan, and refined sugar-free cafe and juice shop. They offer fruit tarts, cheesecake, donuts, cinnamon rolls, cookies, Snickers bars, ice cream sandwiches, cookie dough balls, and HUGE delicious acai bowls. Try the mermaid bowl if you want one that is pretty and tastes amazing.”

@eatglutenfreeaz who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies


Location: Phoenix, Arizona

“Outstanding with food allergies! I messaged this place on IG prior to coming to Phoenix. I am always searching for the best açaí bowls, but my search is often hindered by cross-contact…nearly impossible to find a safe place so nearly always resort to making my own! I was struck by seeing on the Foxy Fruit website mention of a dedicated prep area, DMed them, and was very pleasantly surprised to find that they have a blender that is free of peanuts and tree nuts! (Does contain coconut). Plus, there is no milk or eggs or wheat in store. When I arrived, they asked “are you Melissa?” and could not have been more accommodating! They cut me all fresh fruit and replaced the granola and coconut (did not have to do CC) with extra fruit! So nice I came back twice!”

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

Wow Wow Lemonade Scottsdale

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona

“My peanut and tree nut-allergic son can eat here. Check out their online menu—very allergen-friendly. They use a clean blender. Also gluten-free oats and good for those with celiac.”

@italgal who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Bowl of Greens

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona

“Organic fast casual. Many gluten-free options. No canola oil. Good fast, healthy food option for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Smoothies and fresh juices, too.”

@pauli who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, wheat, potato, grain, chickpea, and chocolate allergies

Nekter Juice Bar

Location: Scottsdale, Arizona

“The menu lists all the ingredients in their smoothies and staff were able to make some swaps for
ingredients that I was allergic to. They also had a nut-free blender!”

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

Local Juicery

Location: Sedona, Arizona

“So many yummy and nourishing smoothies, juice, smoothie bowls, coffee or elixirs, and even lunch and other breakfast items! I had a smoothie bowl and they even gave me the granola on the side AND picked out the almonds, since I told them my almond allergy wasn’t severe and I didn’t worry about cross-contamination for that allergy. They are very allergy-aware and allowed me to modify smoothie and latte, to make them without almond milk and almond butter. Their protein powder is soy, egg, peanut, gluten and tree nut-free (Epic Protein)! They sanitize the blenders for allergies, as long as you tell the staff you have an allergy! Great pre-hike fuel or post-hike recovery!”

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


Mamaka Bowls

Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas

“I love Mamaka! A great place to get a refreshing smoothie bowl! Each bowl has all of the ingredients listed on the menu and you are able to substitute any ingredient that you need to!”

@aliyahhall who manages tree nut allergies


Juice It Up!

Location: Tustin, California

“It’s so hard to find a place that will make a smoothie that’s safe from cross-contamination. The juice is yummy and the kids love it.”

@dsarsour who manages tree nut, sesame, and mustard allergies

Fresh Canes | Premium Cold Pressed Sugarcane

Location: Rosemead, California

“Sugarcane juice tastes amazing! The owner was pretty helpful about what was in the drink.”

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

Palm Açai Café

Location: Berkeley, California

“This is one of my favorite acai bowl spots in the Bay Area! The menu lists all of the ingredients, and there is a sign encouraging customers to inform the staff about all their food allergies. I’ve loved the acai bowls and the warm bowls made with steel cut oats. The staff put down that I had an allergy on my order receipt.”

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

Ko Juice

Location: Glendale, California

“Pure sugarcane juice!”

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

The Grain Cafe

Location: Culver City, California

“This place has the best vegan smoothies and french toast! I usually get a breakfast burrito with a smoothie! They have tons of gluten-free options as well.”

@jennatso8 who manages milk, egg, and meat allergies

Palmetto Superfoods

Location: San Francisco, California

“Incredible açaí bowls! All 5 sorbet bases were free of my allergens and absolutely delicious! They got me fresh fruit (although limited selection) that had not been out on the line, as well as coconut chips (Dang brand) from a new package. So happy to find this place! Most açaí places are a no-go for me due to shared blenders, but this is not an issue here!”

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

Vibe Organic Kitchen & Juice

Location: Newport Beach, California

“Every ingredient is listed, and the staff are so helpful if you have any other questions. There are also plant-based and vegan (although their jackfruit tacos taste just like carnitas!). They also have a great to-go section with food and lifestyle products. Only good things to say about this place!”

@autumnrenee who manages peanut, milk, egg, soy, wheat, sesame, corn, and oat allergies

Backyard Bowls

Location: Los Angeles, California

“I can’t even count how many açai bowl places I’ve tried in Los Angeles, but Backyard Bowls is one of my favorites! I love their berry bowl. I take off the granola and add almond butter instead. I like how they add lots of toppings!”

@sarahandspices who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, wheat, and grain allergies

Honey Hi

Location: Los Angeles, California

“Whenever I’m in Silver Lake, I always make it a point to visit Honey Hi. Honey Hi is another dedicated gluten-free, refined sugar-free restaurant. Their menu is full of healthier options and a few not-as-healthy ones. If you’re looking for one of the healthier options, opt for the grain or miso bowl and add a smoothie made with almond and pumpkin seed milk.”

@andglutenfree who manages celiac and an oyster allergy

Vibe Organic Kitchen & Juice

Location: Dana Point, California

“If you need to eat gluten-free, this place is absolutely HEAVEN! All gluten-free and so many tasty options, both sweet and savory. The servings are decent for the price and I love that I can order ahead of time online without having to worry about gluten getting into my order.”

@collegeceliackc who manages celiac

Simply O Organic Juice Bar

Location: Los Alamitos, California

“This is by far the best juice and açaí bowl place I’ve been to. And I’ve tried a ton. The granola in the açaí bowls is gluten-free, but there are hemp seeds in it. The Simply O Açaí Bowl is my favorite, minus the dried coconut. I also love the Green Street Juice, plus I add pineapple juice to it. Pretty much all of their products are organic. Not certain if they sweeten their açaí with evaporated cane juice or not. And, it’s a mom and pop shop owned by a very sweet military veteran who really loves what he does.”

@mc who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, seed, grain, legume, and cane sugar allergies

Thrive Juice Lab

Location: Laguna Niguel, California

“The smoothie bowls are amazing here! They also carry a lot of gluten-free and vegan goodies.”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy

The Motley Coffeehouse

Location: Claremont, California

“The cutest coffeehouse on Scripps’ College campus! It is completely run by students and most are pretty knowledgeable about allergies and cross-contact. They do have almond milk, but I’ve safely had coffee here, as well as smoothies! There are no nuts/nut butters in the smoothies, besides the choice of almond milk. They will clean the blender if you ask. They have almond butter for bagels but it is in sealed packets. They also have lots of safe snacks, yogurts, and drinks for sale!”

@emsnutfreeeats who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies

Malibu Farm Lido

Location: Newport Beach, California

“One of our favorite places to go to in Lido! All their juices are made fresh on the spot and all their entrees are healthy and delicious. They are super careful with allergies.”

@dsarsour who manages tree nut, sesame, and mustard allergies

Rum Jungle Cafe

Location: San Diego, California

“Amazing açaí bowls—you can even get it made in a pineapple! They get all new fruit for customers with allergies. Açaí comes out of its own dedicated machine. Went several times and always treated wonderfully!”

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


Location: Santa Monica, California

“For their juices, the drinks are literally just the listed fruits or vegetables. My sister loved the Greens 2! Super great dairy-free drink options.”

@treatpeoplewithkindness who manages tree nut, milk, soy, sesame, vegetable, fruit, meat, chickpea, and chocolate allergies

Trilogy Sanctuary

Location: San Diego, California

“Trilogy Sanctuary is a 100% gluten-free and vegan facility. All their dishes are delicious. I would recommend their crepes or açaí bowls for breakfast, a bowl or sandwich for lunch, and the Mac ‘n Cheez for dinner. You can’t go wrong!”

@maliaglutenfree who manages celiac

Coupa Cafe – GSB

Location: Stanford, California

“They were really great here! My mom and I just got drinks, but they were safe for me. This chain on campus is great. Also, this was one of the only coffee shops I have ever been to where I can have EVERY SINGLE one of the smoothies! With all of my fruit allergies and hatred of bananas, this is usually really hard for me, but all of the smoothie choices were safe and so good. I had the matcha and mango smoothie and it was so yummy!”

@awissink who manages peanut, sesame, squid, and fruit allergies

Northside Shack – Point Loma

Location: San Diego, California

“INCREDIBLE açaí bowls! I want to go back to San Diego purely for this! All 3 sorbet flavors are kept separate from toppings and not made in the blenders. They handle allergies by cutting all new fresh fruit (everything from pineapple to kiwi to mango to berries to grapes…as much or as little as you’d like!) and getting all other toppings (like honey, coconut, etc.) out of brand new containers. I went 3 days in a row for lunch, always different employees, and always handled amazing!”

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

The Butcher’s Daughter

Location: Los Angeles, California

“They do have a lot of dishes with nuts and gluten, however the menu clearly indicates which dishes have dairy, nuts, gluten and which are vegan and gluten-free. They have such yummy smoothies and bakery items!”

@treatpeoplewithkindness who manages tree nut, milk, soy, sesame, vegetable, fruit, meat, chickpea, and chocolate allergies

Malibu Farm Restaurant

Location: Malibu, California

“Great smoothies, salads with chicken, and tofu banh mi.”

@jbass12 who manages peanut, tree nut, and shellfish allergies

Tiki Juice Bar

Location: Anaheim, California

“Dairy-free deliciousness! Cool and refreshing and, did I mention, dairy-free!”

@allergyinspo who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sunflower, avocado, fruit, meat, and legume allergies

Pure Press

Location: San Diego, California

“I usually always get a smoothie here, dairy-free of course!”

@hadleyyy2000 who manages celiac and milk, soy, and wheat allergies


Location: San Francisco, California

“At the very end of the international terminal at SFO is a Joe & the Juice! Visited here on a layover, the staff were so accommodating and prepared panini with fresh gloves, cutting board, etc. The other perk of this location is it’s right next to an outdoor patio with succulent garden! Looking forward to visiting Joe & The Juice again during my next SFO layover!”

@elise who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies


WONDER Press – Boulder (Pearl St)

Location: Boulder, Colorado

“This is the CUTEST coffee shop with smoothies, juice, toast, broth, and more. I could live in here, it’s so adorable! My allergic daughter was not with me but, as a reflex, I always ask to see if she could possibly come back—they are 100% peanut-free, which surprised me because they had a sign about nut milks and from the sign I wouldn’t even think it could be safe! The manager, Haley, also has a peanut allergy! They have cashews in the cinnamon cashew, but very limited. There are almonds which my daughter isn’t allergic to. Given what I know, I would feel comfortable coming back at least for coffee, juice, or a smoothie! Located on the adorable Pearl Street in Boulder! Can’t wait to go back!”

@susie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies



Location: Greenwich, Connecticut

“They have nut-free smoothie containers.”

@eem who manages peanut, tree nut, fish, sesame, and legume allergies


SOHO Juice Co.

Location: Winter Park, Florida

“All items are gluten-free. And most items are even vegan. I love the açaí bowls and different juices. Soho Açaí Bowl and Cashoo Mylk are my favorites. Flavorful and filling!”

@kwood22 who manages celiac and egg and wheat allergies

The Bowl

Location: Naples, Florida

“The entire store is dairy-free! The bases of the açaí bowls are pre-made, but the bases of the pitaya bowls are customizable. I have sensitivities to some fruits, so it was helpful to be able to customize the base. The staff member taking my order was knowledgeable and able to answer my questions regarding my allergens! The bowl was delicious and I highly recommend trying the cinnamon almond butter if you can!”

@lesswithlaur who manages peanut, milk, egg, wheat, sesame, and buckwheat allergies


Location: Jacksonville, Florida

“Always was wary about trying açaí bowls because they mostly contain nuts. The staff was able to accommodate my allergies and the owner’s niece even mentioned how her friend has nut allergies, too! She gave me a few suggestions for what she does for her friend. After giving me my bowl, she told me that she made sure to rinse and clean out the blender really well and that’s why it took a little longer to bring out (which I didn’t notice or mind.) The smoothie bowl itself was amazing and it’s one of my new favorite spots!”

@alyssaarria14 who manages peanut, tree nut, fish, and shellfish allergies

Raw Juce Weston

Location: Weston, Florida

“Peanut-free smoothie/juice place. So delicious and the staff are very educated. They have acai bowls, too!”

@amandamouse123 who manages a peanut allergy

Vida 365

Location: Clermont, Florida

“Dedicated gluten-free restaurant. Although, some items contain dairy, I was able to find vegan options. The food was great! I also ordered the butternut squash and mango smoothie. It was very-well balanced, not too sweet either. Will go back soon!”

@kwood22 who manages celiac and egg and wheat allergies

Apple A Day Cafe

Location: Miami Beach, Florida

“No-frills casual spot with a huge, healthy, and allergy-friendly menu. Also has great açaí bowls and breakfast. The quesadillas or chicken wraps on gluten-free tortillas are my favorite.”

@passthetreats who manages a wheat allergy

Daybreak Florida

Location: Tamarac, Florida

“Açaí bowls and avocado toast on campus! So good, just skip the granola if you have a nut allergy.”

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


Location: Naples, Florida

“Loved the bowls and smoothies. Juices are all so delicious.”

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

Crop Juice Stickney

Location: Sarasota, Florida

“This is an amazing vegan place where we have gotten many smoothies and donuts. Food is always amazing, staff helpful and kind. Prices are a little high, but it’s totally worth it for the taste and for the peace of mind of eating safely.”

@hhale87 who manages a milk allergy

Gaston’s Tavern

Location: Orlando, Florida

“Gaston’s Tavern is a quaint hidden gem and a great escape from the heat! We had LeFou’s brew, which is frozen apple juice with toasted marshmallow and topped with all-natural passion fruit-mango foam. This drink was so good and is dairy-free and gluten-free!”

@kedbach who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies

Kwench Juice Cafe

Location: Destin, Florida

“Knowledgeable staff, clean gloves, clean blender, made sure no cross-contamination.”

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


Clean Juice

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

“This is the first juice/smoothie place I’ve found that doesn’t use peanuts/peanut butter at all! They use almonds/almond butter for all of their items.”

@the1bre who manages a peanut allergy

Southern Muggs Coffee Shop

Location: Cartersville, Georgia

“Large menu, so many options to choose from with alternative milks and oat milk! Smoothies are yummy, too.”

@chocolateispink who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies

Morning Grind

Location: Milledgeville, Georgia

“So many options besides coffee! Lovely smoothies, hot chocolate, and tea. They also have sandwiches that can be made eggless or without cheese, which I enjoy.”

@chocolateispink who manages celiac and milk and egg allergies


Leahi Health Kaimuki

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

“Delicious vegan food—smoothies, bowls, and tacos! The servings are large, the ingredients taste really fresh, and the only tree nuts in their kitchen are almonds so I can eat anything on the menu, which is such a great feeling. They have gluten-free options available, too. There are several locations throughout O’ahu so I definitely recommend checking this place out!”

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

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!”

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

Uncle’s Shave Ice & Smoothies

Location: Koloa, Hawaii

“Macadamia nuts are only nuts they have. No peanuts.”

@aliyav8 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Aka’ula Lanai

Location: Waikoloa Village, Hawaii

“Love that there is a coffee shop located in the lobby of the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort (which is the hotel we stay at during our stay in Hawaii). Every morning I would grab coffee here and a slice of banana bread for myself. Our daughter enjoyed the fruit smoothies and yogurt for breakfast.”

@nmarie who manages peanut and egg allergies

Olena Cafe

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

“This is a cute cafe near Ala Moana that serves toasts, smoothies, acai bowls, waffles, salads, sandwiches, and wraps. The menu is almost completely vegan (they use honey) and though there are some nuts on the menu, the staff seemed knowledgeable about allergies and could make accommodations.”

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

Haleʻiwa Bowls

Location: Haleiwa, Hawaii

“Delicious açaí bowls made from fresh local fruit! The menu has nuts (almonds, coconuts, peanuts, and macadamia nuts) so if you are sensitive to cross-contamination, you might not want to eat here. The staff were knowledgeable about allergies, though, and made a note on the cup without me asking.”

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

Nalu Health Bar & Cafe

Location: Haleiwa, Hawaii

“Nalu Health Bar is a nice option for gluten-free bread options, salads, açaí bowls, or smoothies. Right in the heart of Kailua town, this shop was a nice find!”

@gflivingbk who manages celiac

Hiking Hawaii Cafe

Location: Honolulu, Hawaii

“We ate here for breakfast and the smoothie bowls were amazing! The smoothie itself is naturally gluten-free and they do not use any nut milks to make them. The granola is also gluten-free, however, it does contain almonds and possibly sesame seeds, so proceed with caution. Going forward, I would definitely eat here again but I would bring my own granola.”

@abbykohl who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, soy, wheat, and sesame allergies

Coconut Corner

Location: Waimea, Hawaii

“I got a smoothie here and they use no tree nuts at all. If you are allergic to coconut, they use that, so be aware, but otherwise their shave ice and smoothie blenders never use any nuts!”

@daphlevy who manages tree nut allergies



Location: Chicago, Illinois

“This smoothie shop is nut-free and located at O’Hare Airport!”

@susie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

The JOY Bar

Location: Glen Ellyn, Illinois

“The JOY Bar is a delicious, healthy smoothie bar. There are no peanuts in the restaurant, there is limited dairy, and gluten-free bread and granola options. While they do use almond milk in a lot of their smoothies, they have plenty of other options, such as oat milk and coconut water.”

@maddiecook who manages a milk allergy

Bright Bowls

Location: Highland Park, Illinois

“Bright Bowls is an amazing gluten-free and dairy-free addition to Highland Park! The smoothie bowls are also so beautiful and delicious.”

@scohn98 who manages celiac

Te’amo Boba Bar

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“I’ve always had such a positive experience here! I love their boba milk teas. I’ve had the strawberry milk drink and the mango smoothie along with some very good others.”

@natalie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Outdoor Cafe

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Ordered a strawberry banana smoothie with boba. They assured me it could be made safely and kept away from nuts. It was delicious.”

@isabel48 who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, and chickpea allergies

Somethin’ Sweet Donuts

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“They have a wide variety of donuts! They also have ice cream, coffee, and smoothies. I had the mixed berry smoothie and it was wonderful. They seemed a little uninformed about the ice cream ingredients and were hesitant to say it was safe, so I wouldn’t eat the ice cream. However, the smoothies are completely safe for peanut and tree nut allergies.”

@isabel48 who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, and chickpea allergies


Location: Chicago, Illinois

“I LOVE JuiceRx! They are great with allergies and have always made me feel comfortable. I love their smoothies, acai bowls, juices, and spring rolls!”

@lesswithlaur who manages milk, egg, wheat, sesame, and buckwheat allergies

Colectivo Coffee – Lincoln Park

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Not a ton of gluten-free/dairy-free options when it comes to the food but they do mark whether the food is vegan, vegetarian, or gluten-free! They also have great coffee with the choice of alternative milk including oat milk! Smoothies are also a great choice.”

@paigeflory who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies

HI-VIBE Superfood Juicery

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Hi-Vibe is amazing! Their staff is so knowledgeable and helpful. I love their juices and matchas. They also have fun gluten-free and dairy-free treats.”

@lesswithlaur who manages milk, egg, wheat, sesame, and buckwheat allergies

Chicago Health Foods

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Great hidden gem health food store with knowledgeable staff, safe smoothies, and a huge selection of healthy snacks”

@beccaji who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Cream of the Crepe

Location: Park Ridge, Illinois

“They were very educated about allergies and knew exactly which items on the menu were safe. When I told them that I was allergic to nuts, they changed gloves and utensils and deep cleaned the equipment. They also kept all orders with nuts away from my food and made sure there was no cross contact. I had the Banana Berry Crepe and the strawberry smoothie and they were really delicious.”

@isabel48 who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, and chickpea allergies


Location: Glenview, Illinois

“I am a big fan of the açaí bowls at Mingle Juice Bar. Mingle is very accommodating of nut allergies and upon request, will make the drink/bowl in a separate bowl to alleviate concerns of cross contamination.”

@lgoldsmith26 who manages tree nut and milk allergies

Lolo’s Bowls

Location: Libertyville, Illinois

“They have gluten-free granola açaí bowls and the staff always makes sure to ask every customer if they have an allergy. They also accommodate for people with peanut and other allergies. The fruit in the açaí bowls is always sooo fresh and very high quality! Totally recommend!”

@anovak14 who manages celiac and a wheat allergy


Location: Chicago, Illinois

“I came here with my daughter and she got the avocado sandwich. It comes with vegan pesto but there are no nuts in the pesto. She also got the Red Supreme Shake, which had no nuts, and they offered to wash the blender—they do have almond milk but she’s not allergic. Cute spot near shopping to pop in and hit the stores again! Right in the Chicago Gold Coast near Michigan Ave!”

@susie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Yoga Lab

Location: Bloomington, Illinois

“You guys, they have smoothie bowls and coffee here and for those (like me) who can’t have coffee, they have a wide variety of tea.”

@kateroth who manages almond, soy, and sesame allergies

Einstein Bros. Bagels

Location: Park Ridge, Illinois

“They have a comprehensive allergen menu online which helped me choose what would be safe to get. They do not have nuts in or around the bagels themselves, but they do have hazelnut syrups for flavored coffee. They are kept separate from the bagels. I’m allergic to sesame seeds so I passed on the bagels because it’s not clear if there’s cross contamination. I had the strawberry banana smoothie and watched them make it carefully. They were very clean and took extra precautions to keep it safe. It was great!”

@isabel48 who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, and chickpea allergies

PiniPico Brazilian Cafe

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“This Brazilian coffee shop has very quickly become our neighborhood favorite! Not only is it spacious and quiet, but their coffee blend is fantastic. They also offer a short menu of smoothies, none of which use peanut butter! The barista assured me they only use almond milk, but would clean the blender again just to be safe. If you need me, I’ll be back here tomorrow morning!”

@alyssabauder who manages a peanut allergy


Location: Chicago, Illinois

“Love Beatrix and that they have several locations so you always know what to expect. Juice bar there is one of my favorites!”

@laurenjmoore18 who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies


Purely Pressed

Location: South Bend, Indiana

“I love smoothie bowls and Purely Pressed’s are no exception! They specialize in smoothies, bowls, coffee, and juices. Everything is organic! There are lots of nuts in the kitchen, as they are optional toppings for smoothie bowls, and they use coconut/almond/and cashew milks. If you’re not allergic to nuts but need to be dairy-free, it’s a great spot!”

@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies


Main Squeeze Juice Co.

Location: Lake Charles, Louisiana

“They have a very allergen-safe menu. Most smoothies do not have any dairy or gluten. Love their smoothies!”

@dee1044 who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies

Rollin’ n Bowlin’ Açaí Bowls and Smoothies

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

“They have a nut-free blender and all the staff are great with my allergy!”

@gabbylevinson who manages peanut, tree nut, and peach allergies

Well Fed Louisiana

Location: Shreveport, Louisiana

“Amazing little find! Get gluten-free items for breakfast or lunch (like avocado toast) or get all natural juices! They even have a lady who brings in gluten-free sweet treats on Saturdays!”

@kaikman who manages celiac and a milk allergy

Mojo Coffee House

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

“Stumbled upon this place while on vacation and I was so excited to find a super accessible place! So many options, super knowledgeable staff, and great food. We got a smoked salmon dish and a vegan smoothie bowl.”

@treatpeoplewithkindness who manages tree nut, milk, soy, sesame, vegetable, fruit, meat, chickpea, and chocolate allergies


Mother Juice

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

“Mother Juice is a juice and smoothie spot with three different locations in Boston and it’s 100% gluten-free and vegan! For someone with celiac, knowing there is no gluten in the facility is very reassuring. I love the Coco Love Smoothie, and the Coco Açaí Bowl. They also offer fun toast options, as well as salads that are vegan, but still in fun flavors like buffalo! Beware, a lot of their products contain nuts, so it would not be safe if you had severe nut allergies. Good for dairy-free and gluten-free though!”

@celiactivist who manages celiac and an oat allergy

Starving Artist Creperie and Cafe

Location: Lee, Massachusetts

“This place uses fresh produce and any menu item can be made gluten-free and/or vegan! Including their crepes! The gluten-free vegan crepes use buckwheat flour and soy milk, neither of which I can have, but worth noting! It’s a small kitchen so cross contamination is possible, but they’re very allergy-aware here. They have a nut-free blender as well, and clean them between uses. So I was able to safely get a smoothie, which is very rare for me!”

@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies

Life Alive Organic Cafe

Location: Boston, Massachusetts

“Delightful organic cafe with many vegan options. The smoothie bowls were delicious.”

@bellavoix67 who manages milk and garlic allergies


Nourish Juicery & Kitchen

Location: Blissfield, Michigan

“Everything is vegan and gluten-free. They have savory food, juice, and a bakery.”

@victoria720 who manages celiac and milk, egg, and wheat allergies

“What’s in Your Cup?” Juice and Smoothie Cafe

Location: Ypsilanti, Michigan

“Completely vegan menu, so no dairy or animal products on the menu. There are (wheat) croutons for salads and I’m not sure how much they know about protocol for celiac and gluten intolerance. Black-founded and led business.”

@revka who manages a milk allergy

Shake Smart

Location: Mount Pleasant, Michigan

“Lots of peanut butter, but they have dedicated blenders for different restrictions!”

@mevola475 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Nautical Bowls

Location: Wayzata, Minnesota

“I can’t usually eat açaí bowls due to shared blenders, but Nautical Bowls has sorbets that are completely free of my allergens! They have dedicated cutting boards for guests with food allergies that only cut fruit, and they are very well-trained. Holding up the line often occurs…but well worth it!”

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


Revel Kitchen

Location: Brentwood, Missouri

“I have never eaten here before, but before I ordered, I asked if they would be able to accommodate. Building a bowl seemed like the safest option, considering the almond milk with smoothies. I made sure she put in the allergy and that they would change gloves, and I double checked on the receipt when I got my food to see it said ‘Tree Nut Allergy’. I was a little skeptical, because I have never eaten there before, but they even gave me an ingredient list to look at for every item, which was super helpful! I would definitely go here again, knowing that they are knowledgeable!”

@daphlevy who manages tree nut allergies


Elixir Superfood & Juice

Location: Reno, Nevada

“This restaurant is completely gluten-free and almost everything is organic! They have choices for everyone. I had a breakfast bowl, The Dragon Bowl, that was very delicious! They have savory bowls, some warm and some more salad-like. If those aren’t enough choices, you can also create your own bowl with a base, 4 veggies/crunch, add-ons if you like for an additional charge, and a dressing. They also have juices, blended “elixirs—more than a smoothie”, wellness shots, and hot elixirs. There are vegan and vegetarian choices, as well as meat. And they have an ingredient book! (And of course cookies!)”

@jj775 who manages milk, egg, soy, wheat, vegetable, and rice allergies


Green Cuisine

Location: Stone Harbor, New Jersey

“Green Cuisine is the best place in Stone Harbor if you’re looking for a fresh and delicious meal. They offer salads, smoothies, and wraps using organic ingredients with tons of gluten-free options. They know how to prevent cross-contamination and take care of customers with celiac disease!”

@celiactivist who manages celiac and an oat allergy

Frutta Bowls

Location: Livingston, New Jersey

“Gluten-free granola and easily customizable!”

@ktuerff who manages milk, fruit, and beef allergies

Beets Juice Bar Montvale

Location: Montvale, New Jersey

“Lots of yummy, dairy-free options… We love the Coconut Daydream bowl!”

@milkfreemama who manages a milk allergy

Taste Buddy

Location: Millburn, New Jersey

“Gluten-free place! You need to go here if you like acai bowls and smoothies. You can create your own or choose from their menu. Staff is also educated and can answer your questions. My favorite item on the menu is the ‘Born This Way Bowl’!”

@daniellescafidi who manages celiac

Icy Melon-Hoboken

Location: Edison, New Jersey

“This is a great place for desserts and they have shaved ice and smoothies on their menus that are safe for me and naturally gluten-free! It’s a very popular spot near campus to grab a sweet treat and chat. Their desserts are super sweet and their mango flavor is amazing!”

@audreycha who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, shrimp, wheat, poppy, barley, and legume allergies


Green Street Eatery

Location: Levittown, New York

“Dedicated gluten-free and vegan cafe! Lots of delicious and hearty items to choose from. I got the Chunky Monkey Smoothie (might’ve been the best smoothie I’ve ever had), buffalo chickpea salad, and Thai peanut salad!”

@getmovingluten who manages celiac and a milk allergy

Emy Delights & Bites

Location: Hyde Park, New York

“This place is amazing—awesome smoothies, hummus, bakery, and CHOCOLATES! You won’t be disappointed. It’s totally worth the trip. Adorable spot.”

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

Bare Naked Bakery

Location: Plainview, New York

“Fantastic pescatarian, kosher cafe (no shellfish)! Perfect for a salad a smoothie and a treat or a bagel with smoked salmon and cream cheese! Staff is always friendly and everything is delicious.”

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

Organic Krush

Location: Plainview, New York

“Sweet waitstaff who were very educated on how to handle food allergies! I got tacos and green juice and they were so delicious, with no allergic reactions!”

@sarahfreefood who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, fish, and sesame allergies

Juice Press

Location: New York, New York

“Great place if you are looking for a smoothie or juice. Expensive, yes, but definitely delicious and clean tasting. They also have some prepackaged gluten-free and dairy-free food. I don’t have. A nut allergy but they do use tree nuts as well as peanuts in their products. This location gets slammed but the staff is still nice and super helpful despite the rush.”

@edenc4 who manages soy, carrot, and fruit allergies

Go Cups

Location: New York, New York

“The acai bowls here are vegan if you order them without granola.”

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


Location: New York, New York

“Everything here is 100% gluten-free and so flavorful! The tapioca sandwiches and pao de queijo are delicious, as are the acai bowls. An underrated NYC gluten-free gem that everyone needs to check out!”

@gfreality who manages celiac

Organic Corner Artisan Eatery & Juice Bar

Location: Massapequa, New York

“100% gluten-free and vegan! Delicious food!”

@mberk516 who manages celiac and a milk allergy


Location: New York, New York

“Great juice and smoothie place that isn’t a chain (I find that chains typically have horrible cross contamination). I had no problem eating here, got an açaí bowl and some gluten-free oatmeal which was delicious. Worth checking out. There are nuts at this location, definitely talk to the staff if you have concerns.”

@edenc4 who manages soy, carrot, and fruit allergies

SoBol Huntington

Location: Huntington, New York

“Great acai bowls! They have nut-free granola which is AMAZING. They prepared my bowl in a totally separate area to make sure it wasn’t in contact with nuts.”

@brookeblumberg who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Loco Coco

Location: Brooklyn, New York

“I love going to smoothie and juice places that aren’t mass chains cause they can take the time and walk you through the menu if you have concerns on allergies. Also they can actually take the time to make sure they use clean utensils and tools so there is less risk of cross contamination. Ate here and at the Manhattan location safely. This place does have nut products in some of their food, so definitely inquire about their nut protocol if you go.”

@edenc4 who manages soy, carrot, and fruit allergies


First Watch

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

“I’ve been to First Watch a couple of times and it is always so delicious. They are great with my allergies and are aware of cross contamination. When I order the avocado toast, I substitute for the gluten-free and nut-free bread they offer! I tried their fresh green juice and it was so refreshing and delicious! High recommend trying it!”

@avawisniewski who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Village Juice & Kitchen – Stratford

Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

“No peanuts!”

@apalin who manages peanut and soy allergies

Pure Juicery & Vegan Food Bar

Location: Cary, North Carolina

“It was so nice to get to visit an AMAZING little gem in Cary, North Carolina! Pure Vegan Cafe is a completely plant-based juice bar serving food ranging from the Chick’n Bacon Ranch Sandwich and sweet potato fries that I got, to burgers, salads, smoothie bowls, and breakfast faves like waffles and more! I also got their Revive juice and a brownie for the road! They mentioned that there could be a chance of cross contamination with peanuts, since peanuts are used in some menu items, but were great to change gloves, use clean utensils, and clean the area where my food was being prepared!”

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

McEwen Dining Hall

Location: Elon, North Carolina

“The upstairs portion of McEwen Dining Hall holds an allergy friendly gem on campus. Village Juice Co. is an awesome restaurant vendor that takes both Phoenix Cash and Meal Dollars! They have everything from smoothie bowls, to avocado toast, juices, and grain bowls. The have lots of gluten-free and vegan menu items and do not use peanuts, though it should be noted that they do use tree nuts in some items. In my past visits, the staff have always been super understanding and willing to prepare my meal on a cleaned surface away from my allergens. After talking with them about what would be safest, I decided to get their “Vegan Avo Toast” and Reboot Juice, which was absolutely delicious!”

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

Sonder Mind and Body

Location: Greensboro, North Carolina

“So excited to have recently found Sonder Mind and Body’s Wellness Cafe. Located in the heart of Greensboro, this awesome little treasure holds all kinds of allergy-friendly snacks and brands, as well as a full menu of top 8 free drink items such as smoothies, juices, and more! I got the “Revive” smoothie with coffee, SunButter, date paste, and hemp seeds and it was so good that it had me already excited to come back!”

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

Boba House

Location: Greensboro, North Carolina

“This vegetarian restaurant has great atmosphere and the kindest staff! They have always taken my allergies seriously and I have had a couple of great experiences here. My dairy and egg allergies were obviously not an issue, since this vegetarian restaurant has so many vegan options, and my peanut allergy was not either, as I was notified by the staff regarding my order! The menu clearly designates which items are vegan and gluten-free, as well as which items contain peanuts. I should add that there are a great deal of gluten-free items! I loved getting to try a Boba Tea Smoothie for the first time! Can’t wait to visit again when I’m back in town!”

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

Arepa Culture

Location: Raleigh, North Carolina

“Arepa Culture is absolutely amazing! …In addition to all the amazing food, their house-made juices are a must-try!”

@kedbach who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies


The Well

Location: Lancaster, Ohio

“Nice local eatery with a rotating, seasonal menu. Also serves smoothies and coffee.”

@patti111 who manages celiac and milk, fish, shellfish, wheat, and meat allergies

Moon Co-Op

Location: Oxford, Ohio

“This is the best hidden grocery in Oxford, Ohio. You can find local fresh products and produce as well as tons of organic and allergen free options that you can’t find at Kroger. They also have a delicious cafe which offers organic sandwiches, wraps, soups, and smoothies.”

@paigeflory who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies


True Juice Organic Juice Bar & Café

Location: Grants Pass, Oregon

“We order fresh juice here. Peanut products are not used in juicers but are sold in prepackaged goods, so be sure to wipe down your table.”

@skyarrish who manages a peanut allergy


Playa Bowls Villanova

Location: Wayne, Pennsylvania

“OMG. My absolute FAVORITE PLACE! Acai bowls here are the best! Custom made to order.”

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

Juice Pod Ambler

Location: Ambler, Pennsylvania

“I am OBSESSED with acai bowls and Juice Pod’s are definitely one of my faves! They make sure to always use a clean blender for me and I feel very safe eating there. Make sure if you have a nut allergy not to get the granola, though!”

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

The Healthy Shack

Location: Lansdale, Pennsylvania

“My son ordered an açaí bowl. The staff was helpful, allowing me to read the ingredients of the guava almond milk mix and granola. They stated their protocol is to fully wash all blenders between uses. They also offered to use a fresh jar of almond butter for the drizzle.”

@paallergymom18 who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, fish, shellfish, wheat, sesame, grain

BetterWorld2 Natural Health with Juice & Smoothie Bar

Location: Milford, Pennsylvania

“This is the sister store to BetterWorld Cafe, just 2 doors down! There is a large selection of smoothies to accommodate most allergies. I got the Sunrise and it was DELICIOUS. My mom, who has an allergy to citrus got the ‘Hardcore Veg’.”

@hamatthews54 who manages celiac and a citrus allergy

The Underground

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“We took our daughter here tonight to have dinner with one of her friends. Her burger was cooked separately and came out with bacon, tomato, and a salad. It was really nice of them. In addition, they serve dairy-free smoothies. I was very impressed considering this was a college dining option not geared towards allergy-friendly dining.”

@punkinmama who manages a milk allergy



Location: Sioux Falls, South Dakota

“They have always been very accommodating to food allergies for us. All their smoothies are dairy-free and they assured us any smoothie would be safe for our anaphylactic child. My husband and I eat dairy-free as well and they will change the scoops and bins for us, as well for salads and bowls, upon request.”

@kelkroese who manages a milk allergy


City Silo Table + Pantry

Location: Memphis, Tennessee

“Went to City Silo with friends and got the Pico de Cado toast and a Solar Power Juice. I alerted staff to my allergies at the counter and they were able to make accommodations with my meal. The menu features gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan options as well, so everything was easy to see and pick out.”

@suttonmorgan who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, and wheat allergies


Blenders and Bowls

Location: Austin, Texas

“Dedicated nut and milk-free blender in back that only certain employees can use! Only açaí and juice are blended there.”

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

Rush Bowls

Location: Dallas, Texas

“Great smoothie bowls for a good price. They also list all the ingredients and post all the nutrition information online.”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy

Original ChopShop

Location: Dallas, Texas

“The entire menu labels what is gluten-free. All sandwiches can be made with a gluten-free wrap and the acai bowls can be made with gluten-free granola.”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy

Re:Bar Cafe & Juicestillery

Location: Tomball, Texas

“Re:Bar is a super cute coffee shop in Old Town Tomball and the entire menu is gluten-free! They also have tons of vegan options, too. You can’t go wrong with any of the coffee (it’s all delicious!) and I always get a waffle but they have great smoothie bowls and sandwiches!”

@abbykohl who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, soy, wheat, and sesame allergies

Nourish Juice Bar

Location: Houston, Texas

“They have a wide assortment of smoothie options that are dairy and gluten-free. They also carry lots of free from baked goods as well. Amazingly healthy food that tastes great.”

@dee1044 who manages celiac and milk and wheat allergies

Daily Juice Cafe

Location: Austin, Texas

“Tons of delicious gluten and dairy-free options! I loved the açaí bowls, cold pressed juices, and avocado toast.”

@maddyarend who manages celiac and a milk allergy

Mamaka Bowls

Location: Waco, Texas

“I went to the location in Waco. These smoothie bowls were amazing! I got the Bro, which was peanut butter-flavored and loved it. However, there are tons of options that don’t include peanuts. A lot of the bowls do include either coconut/almond milk but some don’t. If you have a dairy allergy, though, these are great dairy-free options. They will wash the machinery for you before making your bowl if you communicate!”

@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies


Location: Houston, Texas

“They worked with my copious fruit and veggie allergies to make me a great smoothie. I’m allergic to all tree nuts, dairy, citrus, and apples which were in the base of all their smoothies and they made a special fresh-squeezed pear juice to use as the base!”

@mcmetoyer who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, wheat, and fruit allergies


Location: Austin, Texas

“So many options at JuiceLand! Smoothies are obviously easily catered to allergies, but there are also baked foods, prepared meals, and other snacks. My kids love the Wild Child Smoothie and I love the Jamaican Jerk Sweet Potato Bowl.”

@mnd914 who manages egg, milk, and wheat allergies

Kale Me Crazy Austin | Health Food Restaurant

Location: Austin, Texas

“Fantastic healthy options, cause if you are like me, you went a little too hard, too fast on all the good food. There cold pressed juices are great and they do have some gluten-free and vegan options.”

@edenc4 who manages soy, carrot, and fruit allergies

Clean Juice

Location: College Station, Texas

“They offer the BEST gluten-free avocado toast! And delicious smoothies!”

@jpeytonn who manages celiac



Location: Pleasant Grove, Utah

“I loved my visit to Everbowl. They have build-your-own açaí bowls with six different dairy-free bases, and you can add chia pudding, oatmeal, granola, fruit, coconut, cacao nibs, seeds, etc. which makes it super filling and tasty! The staff read aloud the ingredients for my bases of choice (açaí and matcha) so I could confirm they were safe for me, and they knew exactly what kinds of milks were used for the chia pudding (coconut) and oatmeal (almond). They were proactive and accommodating, which I really appreciated.”

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


The Juice Laundry

Location: Charlottesville, Virgina

“I have celiac and avoid all nuts except almond. Juice Laundry prohibits outside food to lessen chances of exposure to allergens and gluten, and they always make my smoothies in a dedicated nut-free blender.”

@cvillemom who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, seed, and legume allergies


Emerald City Smoothie

Location: Woodinville, Washington

“I just love the wide variety of healthy smoothies you can order here, custom or right off the menu. I always get the emerald with peanut butter and vegan protein, I highly recommended!”

@makela.ballerina.swiftie who manages celiac



Location: Washington, D.C.

“The menu is super helpful, and they have an allergen chart! They have gluten-free bread and waffles. All of the food is 100% plant-based. I loved the overnight oats and smoothies!”

@maddyarend who manages celiac and a milk allergy



Location: Bridgeport, West Virginia

“My daughter and I frequent here for smoothies. They always clean out the blender and use just fruit, ice, and cane sugar for her, so easy and safe. They do have some food options as well, but we always just go for the smoothies!”

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


Location: Bridgeport, West Virginia

“Delicious and soulful Peruvian Food! Including the best fruit smoothies! Highly recommend! When you’re here, you’re family!”

@burndog69 who manages celiac and milk, soy, wheat, corn, and grain allergies


The Green Vine

Location: Baraboo, Wisconsin

“My son’s first smoothie not by mom! They had non-dairy milk. They had copies of their smoothie menu listing every ingredient. Blenders washed well with each use. And I loved being able to see them make the smoothies right out in the open. Kiddo had an awesome almond milk and fruit smoothie. Thank you!”

@milkallergymom who manages tree nut and milk allergies

Fast Fuel Fresh Grill & Juice Lounge

Location: Eau Claire, Wisconsin

“I created my own quinoa bowl and açaí bowl. The menu is customizable and offers a lot of vegan and gluten-free options, but the dairy-free cheese does have nuts. Both experiences were very positive, as the menu is easy to understand and staff are willing to answer questions. The food is amazing! A little pricey, but I think it’s worth it!”

@annbuss who manages celiac and milk, vegetable, and fruit allergies


Eduardo’s Beach Shack

Location: Noord, Aruba

“We had an acai bowl with nut-free granola! Was a cool and tasty treat. They have lots of dairy-free options, too.”

@ndmd17 who manages peanut, tree nut, and sesame allergies


Salsa Brava Restaurante Caribeño

Location: Puerto Viejo de Talamanca, Costa Rica

“The waiters here are SO NICE! They also have amazing smoothies that can be made with or without dairy. My friend mentioned her dairy allergy and they used a clean blender to ensure no cross contamination.”

@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies

Restaurante Tico y Rico

Location: Monteverde, Costa Rica

“Our waiter knew the ingredients of all the foods, including oils for frying, and was very willing to make changes or substitutions to my meal. The food was delicious and the service was quick! I would suggest their pineapple juice, too—it’s super fresh.”

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


Joe & The Juice

Location: København, Denmark

“Vegan options for smoothies and vegan protein powder.”

@krystenskitchen who manages milk, soy, corn, yeast, and cane sugar allergies


Banana Island Sara

Location: Luxor, Egypt

“You need to take a boat on the Nile to get here, but was worth it for the delicious fresh fruit. Egypt is known for their sugarcane and we had fresh sugarcane juice that was made right in front of us.”

@lfrost5 who manages tree nut and wheat allergies


Apollon Cafe

Location: Órmos Athiniós, Greece

“We sat at this cafe while waiting for our hydrofoil. My daughter had a strawberry, peach, and mango smoothie and asked about nuts and they were enthusiastically emphatic there were no nuts!”

@susie who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Trattoria ZàZà

Location: Florence, Italy

“Waitress took chef card to the kitchen. My daughter had an amazing fruit smoothie, bruschetta, grilled chicken and potatoes, and strawberries with mascarpone pudding. The tiramisu was not safe. Waitress read the package on the lady fingers for us!”

@mommapish who manages tree nut allergies


Jacob’s Juice

Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

“Kind employees who made me a specific juice order. They have food, but I don’t know if it was gluten-free; however, they had great dairy-free smoothies and fresh-pressed juice!”

@alutin who manages celiac and tree nut, milk, shellfish, kiwi, and grain allergies


The Long @ Times Square

Location: Saigon, Vietnam

“The food is delicious! They spoke English well enough so I was able to explain my needs. The smoothies are great, too.”

@shosbein who manages celiac and a wheat allergy

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