Maldives Gluten-Free Travel Itinerary
Hi! I'm Esha, and I spent seven days in the Maldives with my husband on a second honeymoon. We stayed at the St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort and it was absolutely magical. I have celiac and the resort was able to make almost every type of food celiac-safe. The food at the St. Regis was absolutely incredible. Their Indian food was phenomenal and, as an Indian woman, I’ve had my share of delicious Indian food! We spent our trip indulging in tropical fruits, cocktails, and delicious meals. Traveling to a remote destination can feel intimidating for someone like me, but rest assured that the St. Regis can and will accommodate your dietary restrictions. I highly recommend watching the sunset from Whale Bar with a cocktail or two in hand and trying the signature Bloody Mary of the St. Regis Maldives. It's served in a giant shell! For more details on the restaurants I loved, check out my reviews on Spokin @gfreebasicb and my Instagram @glutenfreebasicb.
Denver Gluten-Free Travel Itinerary
Hi friends! I’m Katelyn, a 27 year old from Arizona with celiac disease. I recently spent 24 hours in Denver, Colorado with my husband and we managed to visit tons of dedicated gluten-free bakeries and restaurants! Denver is one of the most celiac-friendly cities in the U.S. with over 20+ dedicated gluten-free spots! I shared all of my recommendations on the Spokin app @eatglutenfreeaz and you can also follow along with my gluten-free adventures on Instagram @eatglutenfreeaz.
Gluten Free Las Vegas Allergy-Friendly Travel ItineraryHi! I’m Kelsey, and I spent a week in Las Vegas and Joshua Tree National Park. I found some great spots that accommodated my peanut, tree nut, dairy, gluten, soy, crustacean, banana, and kiwi allergies and OAS. Some of my favorite spots from the trip were China Poblano, Teka Handrolls, and hiking food from Wildland Trekking! We visited lots of restaurants but also spent time hiking many miles in Joshua Tree National Park and the Valley of Fire. I reviewed all my spots from the trip on the Spokin app! Follow me on Spokin @allergytravelr and on Instagram @allergytravelr to see more of my restaurant reviews and travel finds!
Atlanta Allergy-Friendly Travel ItineraryHi! I’m Amanda, I’m 22 years old and live in Orlando, Florida. I spent 5 days in Atlanta, Georgia to explore the city and career opportunities. I found so many amazing spots that were either allergy-friendly or able to accommodate my severe peanut allergy. Some of my favorite stops include Toscano Ristorante Italiano, a family-owned and operated Italian restaurant in the heart of Atlantic Station, and Cake In The Box Bakery, Atlanta’s nut free bakery. If you are looking for allergy-friendly Beignets, you have to check out Yay Beignets. They are the best beignets I have ever had, and 100% peanut free! I reviewed all my spots from the trip on the Spokin app! Follow me on the Spokin app @amandapayo1219 and Instagram @amandapayo1219 to see more of my restaurant reviews and travel finds!
Universal Studios Orlando Allergy-Friendly Travel Itinerary
Hi, y’all! My name is Jenna Urben, and I’m a 29 year old food blogger from Dallas, TX. I developed an egg allergy in high school and lactose intolerance in college. My husband and I love to travel and recently became annual passholders at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida! In addition to experiencing the rides, attractions, and shows, I really enjoy trying new allergy friendly and plant based food throughout the parks. During our most recent 3-day trip, I was beyond impressed with the options and can’t wait to share them with you. Some of my favorite spots included TODAY Cafe, inspired by the long-running morning show, and Mythos, a full-service, award-winning restaurant. Browse all of my reviews on the Spokin app @theurbenlife and Instagram @theurbenlife. You can also find my allergy-friendly recipes and travel guides on The Urben Life Blog!
Allergy-Friendly Disney World Guide
We’re going to Disney World! Our Allergy-Friendly Disney World Guide is your key to the castle in the most magical place on earth. See the 93 most allergy-friendly places in Disney World and where to find famous eats and treats from Mickey-inspired cinnamon rolls, pretzels, and ice cream to gluten free beignets, churros, and chicken tenders. Explore all the restaurants, hotels, and parks or ride on over to Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, or Disney Springs, home of Spokin Verified Bakery Erin McKenna’s!
Allergy-Friendly Ireland Travel GuideSt. Patrick’s day has us dreaming of Ireland with its stunning cliffs, green landscapes and lively pubs. Ireland makes for a great allergy-friendly travel destination as an English-speaking country that requires restaurants to note top 14 allergens on their menus. You’ll feel like you found the pot of gold with our Allergy-Friendly Ireland Travel Guide, featuring reviews of restaurants and hotels from Dublin to Galway highlighting safe fish + chips, vegan potato skins, and fun pubs to grab a pint. You’ll be feeling the luck of the Irish with reviews from Spokin users managing celiac and allergies to peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, sesame, and more.
Allergy-Friendly Disneyland Guide
Disneyland truly is The Happiest Place on Earth, especially for anyone managing food allergies! See our Allergy-Friendly Disneyland Guide featuring Spokin App reviews of places to eat and treat in Disneyland, California Adventure and Downtown Disney, as well as top rated resorts and hotels. Find reviews for all the iconic eats including Mickey waffles and beignets, Dole Whip, and allergy-friendly character breakfasts! See a selection of 48 reviews in our guide and see all the Disneyland reviews on the Spokin app!
South Korea Allergy-Friendly Travel Itinerary
Hello! My name is Audrey, and I’m a wheat/gluten, peanut, tree nut, egg, pea, chickpea, and shrimp allergic teen living in New Jersey. I had a great time visiting South Korea with my family, and I’m so excited to share my experience with everyone. It was amazing seeing how allergy-aware the staff were, and I was able to eat safely despite being so far away from home! If you would like to see more of my reviews, you can follow my Spokin account (@audreycha). I also have an allergy awareness project called All About Allergies, with an instagram (@allaboutallergies) and my own website and blog page (allaboutallergies.org).
Oahu and Maui Allergy-Friendly Travel ItineraryHi! I’m Christina, and I’m 28 years old. I live in Brooklyn, New York and teach second grade. I spent about 10 days in Hawaii for summer vacation and also celebrated my birthday during the trip! During the trip I visited the islands of Oahu and Maui. Throughout the trip, I found nice spots that were either 100% gluten free or offered accommodations such as gluten free bread options. I reviewed all my spots from the trip on the Spokin app. Follow me on Spokin app @gflivingbk and on Instagram @glutenfreelivingbk for my gluten free in Hawaii experience!
Austin Allergy-Friendly Travel Itinerary
Hi! I’m Abby, and I’m 19 years old. I live in Houston, Texas, and I go to Austin quite frequently for fun weekend trips. Since being diagnosed with gluten, soy, peanut, tree nut, sesame, and egg white allergies, our go-to restaurants quickly changed! Austin is a pretty outdoorsy city, so you can’t visit without hiking at the Barton Creek Greenbelt, paddle-boarding on Lake Austin, and watching a sunset at Mt. Bonnell. But of course, one of the reasons I love Austin is because of how many allergy-friendly restaurants there are. Check out all of the places I ate at on the Spokin app @abbykohl or on my Instagram @safeandfreefoodie!