Top Rated Milk Allergy-Friendly Pizza Restaurants

See pizza places where people with a milk allergy shared reviews highlighting dairy-free mozzarella, vegan deep dish pizza, and fully vegan restaurants! If you’ve found a milk allergy-friendly pizza place, please share a review on the Spokin app! This guide was published on 2/9/2023.

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Location: Phoenix, Arizona

“Excellent restaurant and help when we dine in here. My son is able to eat an entire cheese-less pizza with their pepperoni. Tree nut, peanut, and dairy-free.”

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


Double Zero

Location: Los Angeles, California

“I went to this vegan pizzeria/Italian restaurant this past week and loved it! A bit on the pricey side ($22/pizza) but the crust is deliciously chewy and flakey and the pizzas are full of flavor. They also had salads, calzones, and pasta dishes that looked amazing. Great for milk and egg allergies but would avoid if I had a nut allergy because I think the cheeses are nut-based.”

@jennatso who manages milk, egg, and meat allergies


Bambino’s Urban Pizzeria

Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado

“Best vegan pizza in all of Colorado Springs! If you tell them you have an allergy, they will make sure to clean their workspace before making your pizza.”

@caseymessmer who manages a milk allergy


BRK Pizza, Brick Oven Pizza

Location: Naples, Florida

“Gluten-free crust is also soy, dairy, egg-free. They use Daiya cheese and the crust itself has an amazing taste/texture”

@kaitlint04 who manages milk, tree nut, egg, soy, wheat, vegetable, and citrus allergies


Antico Pizza Battery Park

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

“Verdura pizza (no cheese) is a standard menu item free of dairy, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, and soy. They do not customize pizzas, but if you tell them you have a severe food allergy they will be careful to avoid cross contamination. Best dairy-free pizza we’ve ever had!”

@sawcar who manages milk, peanut, tree nut, and soy allergies


Kitchen 17

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“I’m so happy that I found this restaurant while visiting Chicago. Everything on the menu at Kitchen 17 is vegan, and I called to confirm that their cheeses are not nut-based. I felt like I was truly experiencing Chicago with my vegan deep dish pizza.”

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


Lit Pizza

Location: Zachary, Louisiana

“Gluten-free crust is free from soy, eggs, dairy, and corn. Pizza tastes great and Daiya cheese is available. They change gloves but use from the same ingredient bins as the gluten pizzas.”

@kaitlint04 who manages milk, tree nut, egg, soy, wheat, vegetable, and citrus allergies


All Star Pizza Bar

Location: Cambridge, Massachusetts

“Dedicated vegan menu. Staff was able to make a dairy-free pizza with the vegan crust and sauce. Dairy-free cheese and cheese-free options available. Great experience and great pizza!”

@fisherman who manages milk and perch allergies


Jolly Pumpkin Café & Brewery

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

“We have been here a few times. They have vegan cheese pizza available and they are very careful about allergies and cross contamination. We have been so pleased with their service.”

@punkinmama who manages a milk allergy


Randy’s Pizza Salute

Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota

“This is the only safe pizza place we can go to and it’s the best. They are 100% gluten-free and very good about allergies. The pizza is amazing!”

@jodie143jc who manages celiac and milk, peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, wheat, corn, and grain allergies



Location: Clayton, Missouri

“Delicious Italian food! I had the marinara pizza without cheese. When the waitress found out I was allergic to dairy and eggs, she immediately told me which pastas were egg-free. I can’t wait to go back!”

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


Red Tractor Pizza

Location: Bozeman, Montana

True to the welcoming feeling Bozeman has to offer, we were so excited to stumble on Red Tractor Pizza! Located a quick walk from the beautiful downtown area, their menu clearly stating dairy-free had us excited. We were immediately greeted, and we said we are a food allergy family. “Great! What do we need to manage tonight?” Wow! We gave our list, and the server knew almost everything off the top of her head, including mustard, yet asked for a few minutes because she wanted to double check and confirm the dough doesn’t have sesame in it. As we are teaching our son how to vet places, he said…”mom, this seems like it will work!” What a treat! He was excited to build his own pizza with garlic spread, Daiya cheese, pineapple, and red onions.”

@ssp23 who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, mustard, and sesame allergies


Flatbread Company

Location: Portsmouth, New Hampshire

“I had a vegan pizza with pepperoni to accommodate my allergies and they were very proactive with checking all the ingredients off the menu! 10/10 would go again! Great atmosphere, too!”

@sdrouin who manages milk, peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, seed, kiwi, barley, and legume allergies


Green Fusion

Location: Ridgewood, New Jersey

“Many vegan, dairy-free items on the menu. Our daughter loved the vegan pizza.”

@milkfreemama who manages a milk allergy


Double Zero

Location: New York, New York

“VEGAN PIZZA SPOT! This restaurant is one of three vegan spots in a row in the East Village. There’s 0 dairy in the restaurant so I can relax when I eat here. This is not a fast casual pizza spot; it’s upscale and the menu offers pizza, pasta, vegan cheese boards, desert, etc. It is more of a splurge, but worth it depending on what you get.”

@dairyfreeeats who manages a milk allergy


Pandora’s Pies

“Delicious vegan pizza! Best we’ve found for our milk allergy child.”

@accidental who manages milk, peanut, and tree nut allergies


Saucy Brew Works

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

“Gluten-free and dairy-free and vegan pizza available here—and really good! Great vibe in a modern, hip brewery.”

@bellavoix67 who manages milk and garlic allergies


Sizzle Pie Beaverton

“I was able to get a fully gluten/dairy-free pizza. The food was fantastic, the gluten-free dough was very good. There are several vegan/dairy-free options. When preparing, they make the pizza on a rack that slides on top of the regular prep area to help prevent cross contamination. There is not a dedicated pizza stone for gluten-free dough, but they do scrape the pizza stone between every pizza. Overall a very positive experience, but there is some risk of cross contamination.”

@ladysouza who manages milk and wheat allergies


Pastoli’s Pizza, Pasta & Paisans

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Great independent pizza shop with allergen-friendly menu. They even have decent gluten-free beer for the grownups”

@meiguizi who manages milk and cashew allergies


D’Allesandro’s Pizza Greenville

Location: Greenville, South Carolina

“Great vegan pizza!”

@nbougie who manages milk and tree nut allergies


Via 313 Pizza

Location: Austin, Texas

“This is one of my go-to pizza places in Austin. The crust is dairy-free. They also offer a garlic and olive oil base, which I appreciate since I do not eat tomato sauce usually.”

@tpgordon who manages milk, peanut, and tree nut allergies


The Pie Pizzeria

Location: Salt Lake City, Utah

This pizza place was awesome at catering to my allergies. We called ahead of time to make sure they would be able to accommodate. They seemed to have a clear protocol for allergies and I felt very comfortable eating here. Their original crust is also dairy-free, which I always appreciate.

@tpgordon who manages milk, peanut, and tree nut allergies



Location: Stowe, Vermont

“This is one of my most favorite pizza places that I’ve ever been to. Their regular crust is dairy/nut-free and they are incredibly allergy-aware. I feel very confident ordering takeout from here. I’ll miss weekend ski trips to Stowe and eating here at least twice per trip.”

@tpgordon who manages milk, peanut, and tree nut allergies


Fire Works Pizza

Location: Arlington, Virginia

“Chef came out right away. Checked all ingredients. Communication with kitchen was easy with a chef card. Knowledgeable about cross contact.”

@safeandincluded who manages milk, peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, seed, pea, and fruit allergies


Övn Wood Fired Pizza

Location: Bellingham, Washington

“I order a make your own pizza and ask for dairy free cheese. Last I knew they used Good Planet dairy-free mozzarella, which is super tasty. They do have another nut-based vegan cheese so I always make sure to clarify and the waitstaff has always had a great understanding and happy to ask the kitchen. I’ve even had a waiter take a photo of a package to bring me. There is a vegan and nut-free lemon bar that I also highly recommend. One of the best restaurants in Bellingham!”

@aninel14 who manages milk, peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, and apple allergies


il Canale

Location: Washington, D.C.

“I have always had a good experience here and their pizza is very authentic. Their menu does state that they cannot guarantee food is 100% free of allergens, but this seems to be standard across DC restaurants. There are very few nuts here, so I felt comfortable eating here.”

@tpgordon who manages milk, peanut, and tree nut allergies


Christianos Pizza

Location: Appleton, Wisconsin

“Delicious dairy-free and gluten-free options. Staff had immediate access to ingredients and quickly communicated allergy to the rest of the staff. Fresh ingredients and great taste.”

@kegs1973 who manages a milk allergy


The Meatball Pizza & Pasta

Location: Banff, Canada

“The chef and waitstaff are very knowledgeable and helpful. They were able to prepare food for my son with multiple food allergies for breakfast and dinner. I can not recommend them highly enough.”

@tinamarie who manages milk, peanut, egg, and shellfish allergies



Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

“I went here as they are known to have good gluten-free pizza in Copenhagen, but what I got was one of the best gluten-free pizzas I’ve ever had. They said that the gluten-free pizzas were prepared in a dedicated area, and they have vegan cheese if you’re dairy-free. They quality of the food was incredible and the pizza crust, in particular, was nice and thin. I went back a second time because it was so good and finding gluten-free options in Copenhagen can be tough. This pizza place is one of a few locations around Copenhagen—but this one in particular has an amazing view of the canal if eating outside.”

@alutin who manages celiac and milk, tree nut, shellfish, avocado, apple, and meat allergies


Franco Manca Soho

Location: London, England

“For a pizza place, it works well for a milk allergy. The menu is basic but easy to understand and you can customize pizzas. Good allergy guide and proactive staff make eating with allergies easy. Note: no gluten-free pizza base.”

@cookie who manages milk and egg allergies



Location: Kirkjubæjarklaustur, Iceland

“Our waitress was amazing! The menu was in Icelandic and English and our waitress could tell us all allergen information. There were plenty of safe options! My sister and I split the pizza which was AMAZING. Delicious wood-fired crust. We each tried the soup of the day also, which was broccoli, and bread with sun-dried tomato pesto and butter! Highly recommend if you’re near Kirkjubæjarklaustur!”

@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies



Location: Dublin, Ireland

“All of the Milano restaurants have super clearly marked menus! And great pizza. They also have a special vegan menu which is super helpful for those with dairy and egg allergies”

@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies


Pizza in Trevi

Location: Rome, Italy

“Can’t say enough good things about this restaurant. My child is allergic to dairy, eggs, tree nuts, and peanuts. Their menu has all allergens listed and they really understand and are happy to accommodate any allergy. Plus we thought that since it was in a touristy spot (the Trevi Fountain), the food wouldn’t be so good but it actually really delicious!”

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



Location: Gros Islet, St. Lucia

“This Italian restaurant at the all-inclusive Royalton in St. Lucia was a dream come true! They had the allergy-friendly meals clearly marked on the menu and the staff was very knowledgeable. They had gluten-free pizza and pasta on their menu so we ate here multiple times! Their Caesar salad can be made gluten-free without croutons. I got their gluten-free pesto pasta and gluten-free margarita pizza. They also have a carousel salad that’s gluten-free which was amazing.”

@kaylacappiello who manages celiac and milk, tree nut, and wheat allergies

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