Arizona: Heating Things Up with Dairy-Free Dining & Takeout Options

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Last Updated in January 3, 2021! From Chimichangas to Cheese Crisps, some of Arizona’s most popular foods are loaded with dairy. But the Grand Canyon state is also a pioneer in fresh, plant-based cuisine and is known for modern takes on native dishes. This means quite a few restaurants, bakeries, cafes, and ice cream shops in Arizona are friendly to dairy-free diners. And we’re gathering them here for you to discover.

This post contains a collection based on research and reader recommendations (send yours!), that’s divided into local restaurants (first) and chains (second).

Arizona - Recommended Dairy-Free Restaurants, Takeout, Bakeries, Ice Cream Shops, and More (with vegan and gluten-free options)

Local Arizona Restaurants Recommended for Dairy-Free Eats

Native Arizona cuisine is heavy in Mexican dishes, but with more desert influence than neighboring California. Look for different types of cactus on the menu (nopal cactus is surprisingly high in calcium!), touches of mesquite flavor, and tear-inducing chiltepin peppers, which grow wild in the desert. Local favorites like pozole, tamales, and Navajo tacos (made with a fry bread) are often dairy-free when served without cheese. So be sure to ask if you see them on the menu!

We’ve listed these recommendations alphabetically by city, and then by the restaurant or shop name.

⭐️ = Restaurant is either dairy-free, has a dairy-free menu, has dairy-free labels on their menu(s), or lists top allergens with menu items. (At the time of our last review.)

Chandler

  • Cherish Farm Fresh Eatery ⭐️ – We were blown away by the number of dairy-free options for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner at this health-forward eatery. They label their rather lengthy menus for dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, vegetarian, and keto-friendly.
  • Raw Organic Juice Bar ⭐️- If you’re looking for juices, smoothies, meal replacement shakes, or acai bowls that are all made dairy-free, then this local plant-based shop is the place to go.
  • Rewind Craft Soft Serve + Tea ⭐️- They have a base ice cream that you blend with your mix-ins of choice. The menu includes a vegan coconut milk ice cream (for an extra charge) for soft serve and shakes and coconut or almond milk for their “Milk + Cereal Bowl” selection. This specialty shop also serves a big array of matcha lattes, milk teas, and coffee drinks.
  • The Kind Bean ⭐️– Except for the option of dairy milk, this is a dairy-free and vegan coffeehouse with a prolific menu. They offer numerous savory toasts, sweet toasts, pastries, desserts, and grab & go breakfast and lunch items. Their drink menu includes a big range of mochas, teas, and other specialty drinks.

Flagstaff

  • 1899 Bar & Grill ⭐️– Northern Arizona University opened its historic North Union doors to the public, and created this upscale restaurant. It’s historic, elegant, and kindly caters to special diet needs. The classic American menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, and dishes that contain nuts. And the selection can include dishes like dairy-free fish and chips and vegan mac and cheese.
  • Cornish Pasty Co. – This local chain (with one location in Flagstaff) serves a huge menu of authentic British pasties, including several vegan options. They even one for dessert! The rest of their menu is also generously dotted with vegan and gluten-free labels.
  • Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery – You can stop by to pick up breakfast, lunch, a pastry, or coffee at this all-vegetarian restaurant. They have many vegan options, and can even do custom order dairy-free cakes, pies, and other baked goods. Gluten-free options are also available.
  • The Flame Broiler ⭐️ – They contacted us to announce they run a completely dairy-free restaurant chain. It’s a counter-serve spot that makes healthy Asian-style rice bowls free of MSG, high fructose corn syrup, and trans fats. There menu is actually quite simple, with chicken, angus beef, and tofu for the protein options (you can order half and half!), and your choice of white or brown rice, veggies, rice and veggies, or salad. Your order is served without sauce, but they have Magic Sauce, Magic Dressing, and a trio of Hot Sauces (regular, hot hot, and triple hot). They have vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options and a kid’s size. This chain is primarily in California, but they have a few locations in Arizona.
  • The Toasted Owl Cafe – Their breakfast menu is limited for special diet needs, but for lunch they have a full vegan menu, and many more sandwiches and burgers that can be made dairy-free on request.

Gilbert

  • 212 Ice Cream Studio – You can select from several vegan scoop flavors at this Arizona mini-chain. They have a couple locations in Gilbert. In addition to scoops, they have create your own soft-serve and milkshake options with an organic vegan base and dairy-free almond milk. Toppings include fruits, cereals, and some other dairy-free options. Vegan cones are also available on request.
  • Cinnaholic ⭐️ – This popular vegan cinnamon roll chain has one location in Arizona.
  • Fuzzy’s Taco Shop ⭐️ – This casual Tex-Mex chain provides a dairy-free menu that even tells you how to custom order just about anything on the menu. They offer burritos, tacos, bowls, breakfasts, salads, and even nachos sans cheese.
  • Genuine Fresche – They use coconut milk or almond milk in their smoothie bowls, acai bowls, smoothies, and power shakes. But use caution as they also blend whey into some. Luckily, they have hemp seeds, pea proteins, and nut butters as alternate protein options, but be sure to request a clean blender.
  • Joe’s Real BBQ ⭐️ – Though they aren’t a chain, this restaurant boasts a virtual, detailed allergen menu. You can easily find dairy-free options (of which there are plenty) and even find out how to special order by clicking on items. They also offer pulled jackfruit for vegan diners.
  • The Uprooted Kitchen ⭐️ – It’s billed as a plant-based eatery, and is completely dairy-free, egg-free, and meat-free. They do use honey in a few items, so they don’t identify as a fully vegan establishment. The menu can change weekly, but includes a healthy array of breakfast, lunch, and dessert items. They also shun refined sugars, use wholesome local and organic ingredients, and use minimal oil.

Glendale

  • 212 Ice Cream Studio – They offer various vegan scoop flavors and create your own soft-serve and milkshake options with an organic vegan base and dairy-free almond milk. Toppings include fruits, cereals, and some other dairy-free options. Vegan cones are also available.
  • Casa Terra / The Vegan Taste ⭐️ – Renowned vegan chef Jason Wyrick opened Arizona’s first fully plant-based, upscale restaurant in Glendale’s historic downtown. They serve a from-scratch, fusion menu of Mediterranean and Mexican cuisine with innovative wood-fired pizzas, tapas, gnocchi, risotto, churros, flan, and more. They also offer an expansive drink menu with hand-crafted cocktails and organic, biodynamic wines. When the restaurant isn’t open, Chef Jason serves the valley with The Vegan Taste meal delivery.

Lake Havasu City

  • The Flame Broiler ⭐️ – They contacted us to announce they run a completely dairy-free restaurant chain. It’s a counter-serve spot that makes healthy Asian-style rice bowls free of MSG, high fructose corn syrup, and trans fats. There menu is actually quite simple, with chicken, angus beef, and tofu for the protein options (you can order half and half!), and your choice of white or brown rice, veggies, rice and veggies, or salad. Your order is served without sauce, but they have Magic Sauce, Magic Dressing, and a trio of Hot Sauces (regular, hot hot, and triple hot). They have vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options and a kid’s size. This chain is primarily in California, but they have a few locations in Arizona.

Mesa

  • Cornish Pasty Co. – This is an Arizona based chain (with one location in Mesa) that serves a huge menu of authentic British pasties, including several vegan options. The rest of their menu is also generously dotted with vegan and gluten-free labels.
  • Intentional Foods Cafe & Market ⭐️ – The atmosphere is casual, but the food receives the utmost care at this top allergen-free restaurant. They serve brunch, lunch, and dinner, 5 days a week, and also offer fresh-baked pastries, like donuts and cupcakes.
  • The Cutting Board Bakery & Cafe ⭐️ – Expect a healthy brunch, lunch, or dinner at this plant-based restaurant. The serve a simple but diverse range, including chimichangas, vegan scrambles, pizzas, and more. They also offer house-made breads, fresh baked pastries, and gourmet coffee drinks.

Oro Valley

  • Zpizza – This is a California build-your-own pizza chain with one location (with taproom!) in Arizona. They offer Daiya vegan cheese alternative, use vegan dough, offer a vegan, gluten-free pizza crust, and have Beyond Meat crumbles. You can also choose organic tomato sauce, housemade marinara sauce, or housemade roasted garlic sauce, and top it with any non-cheese toppings for “just dairy free.” At last check, everything on their menu was dairy-free, except the dairy cheeses, ranch dressings, caesar dressing, basil pesto sauce, and meatballs. But confirm in store before ordering!

Phoenix

  • Bean Sprouts Cafe – Bean Sprouts plants cafés inside family destinations across the country. This one is inside the Arizona Science Center. Their playful yet healthy menu is allergy-friendly, and boasts a few different dairy-free options for kids and adults.
  • Cornish Pasty Co. – You can get your vegan pasties in Phoenix, too (they have one location in this city), along with potatoes, baked beans, and salad.
  • Dark Hall Coffee ⭐️ – Of course Central Phoenix has a vegan coffee shop! Their coffee menu ranges from classic to vibrantly creative, and they offer pastries, which are baked fresh daily. They can include layer cakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and more.
  • Desert Swirl Frozen Yogurt & Ice Cream – This local shop has a full line of gluten-free and vegan soft serve made with almond milk and just eight ingredients. They can also help you with topping options, and can whip up dairy-free smoothies, milkshakes, sundaes, and banana splits.
  • Eat by Stacey Weber ⭐️- – They offer prepared meals for takeout, and label each option for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan customers. The grab & go or heat & eat menu includes a range of healthy, organic entrees, burgers, sides, and they even offer several sweet dairy-free treats.
  • Flower Child – This healthy restaurant chain serves salads, bowls, and plates with choose your own protein and side options. Their modern “hippie” menu is loaded with organic produce, whole grains (gluten-free, too), and house dressings. Their menu is littered with vegan and paleo options, and most items either are, or can be made dairy-free on request. They have a few locations in Phoenix.
  • Foxy Fruit Bowls & Smoothies ⭐️- This is THE spot for cool, healthy treats. According to staff, their entire menu is dairy-free, and it includes a range of acai bowls, smoothies, lattes, toasts, vegan nice cream (made with bananas), nice cream milkshakes, and other treats.
  • Giving Tree Cafe ⭐️ – This organic vegan gluten-free cafe has a hip vibe and a menu to match. It includes fresh spins on all day breakfast, starters, soups, salads, pizzas, burgers, and other comforting mains that are “99% organic” and “99% made in house.” They also whip up a selection of “superfood” desserts.
  • Green ⭐️ – I’ve read nothing but rave reviews about this purely plant-based restaurant. They use fresh and organic ingredients, vegan cheeses, and mock meats to create all types of bites, burritos, hearty sandwiches, and burgers for lunch and dinner. And once you’re done, you can go next door to Nami for dessert!
  • Gluten-Free Creations – This is a dedicated gluten-free bakery, and has been since 2003. They aren’t strictly dairy free, but are very upfront about which items don’t contain dairy, and there are quite a few of them. Whether ordering online or heading in store, you can find dairy-free bread, muffins, desserts, and more.
  • Jewel’s Cafe ⭐️ – We love it when family-run restaurants offer a dairy-free menu! And it’s quite lengthy, too. It includes house-made popcorn chicken, donut holes, chicken & waffles, pancake breakfasts, and so much more. They also offer a vegan menu that’s more petite, but still diverse and carefully created.
  • La Grande Orange Pizzeria & Bakeshop – This is a curated general store, wine shop, pizzeria, bakery, and breakfast spot with something for everyone. Their menus include vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free labels, and many more items can be made dairy-free on request. They offer some specialty items of interest, like cashew cheese for their pizzas and vegan cookies.
  • My Gal, Sal Bakery and Cafe – They have a huge breakfast and lunch menu, which caters to various dietary needs. There are gluten-free options for almost everything, they offer vegan sandwich bread and meat alternatives, and have dairy-free cheese alternative. They offer a huge array of vegan and dairy-free pastries and desserts daily, and also take custom cake orders.
  • Nami ⭐️ – This is a cool little vegan ice cream, coffee, brunch, and pastry shop in a renovated house in downtown Phoenix. It’s located next door to the owner’s vegan bistro, Green. Nami’s claim to fame is their organic tSoynami soft serve ice cream treats that have Blizzard-like appeal. But their menu includes many other enticing treats.
  • Pomegranate Cafe ⭐️ – Lovingly run by a mother and daughter, this vegetarian cafe offers dairy-free and vegan options for everything on the menu. They even handcraft several dairy-free add-ons, like cashew queso, sunflower ranch, and vegan milk made with almonds cashews, chia seeds, dates, and vanilla. Their cuisine includes health-forward comfort food menus for daily brunch, lunch, and dinner. They also have a full coffee, juice, and smoothie bar.
  • Tasty Box – This eco cafe with a communal vibe had to take a break and revamp their style in 2020. But they eventually reopened their doors with the same great healthy food served in bento boxes. The menus change seasonally and rotate during the week, but always include vegan, vegetarian, and meat options (which are sometimes dairy free).
  • The Coronado – This is a vegetarian eatery located in the historic Coronado neighborhood of Phoenix, Arizona. Their staff serves breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner, and they also offer a coffee shop and full bar on site. Most of the menu is vegan, but they do offer eggs and dairy for some dishes. The staff seems happy to accommodate almost any dietary restrictions, and they offer specialty items like dairy-free sour cream.
  • The Vegan Taste ⭐️ – Chef Jason Wyrick runs Casa Terra in Glendale, where he also churns out vegan meals for delivery. They service the greater Phoenix area.
  • Tocaya Organica – If you’re craving healthy fresh-mex, this small chain is a must. Their base menu of tacos, burritos, bowls, and other Mexican-inspired dishes is primarily dairy-free and vegan. You then pick your own protein and cheese, which can include meats, plant-based proteins, vegan mozzarella, or vegan chipotle jack.
  • Urban Beans ⭐️ – We were drawn in by the amazing baked goods and cakes they post on social media. But this plant-based restaurant also serves a full menu of savory brunch and lunch dishes, complete with house-made vegan cheeses and mock meats. And they have a deli menu with meals to go, like lasagna and tamales.
  • Urban Cookies Bakeshop – Pop into this local store for an almond milk latte flavored with housemade syrup and a pastry. They are a traditional bakery, but offer daily vegan and gluten-free items. These can include cupcakes, cookies, and donuts. They also have vegan layer cakes ready to go, but do not make custom cakes.
  • Yum AF Bakery ⭐️ – The “AF” stands for allergy-friendly at this gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, nut-free, soy-free, and vegan home bakery. They specialize in cookies and cupcakes, which they sell through several shops in the area. See their website for current locations.

Sedona

  • ChocolaTree Organic Eatery – This quirky cafe and sweet shop was recommended by Kristen at MOON and Spoon and Yum, “ChocolaTree carries an assortment of organic allergy-friendly items on their menu, soothing warm drinks & cocktails, locally-made dairy-free raw chocolates and they also have really lovely outdoor seating!” We’ve visited it, too, and enjoyed some of their unique menu items. This is a vegetarian spot, with vegan options clearly labeled. Most items can be made dairy-free on request, and they offer several vegan baked goods, too.
  • Sedona Sweet Arts – This is a traditional “cakery,” but they also offer wedding cakes and birthday cakes for special diet needs, including dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan!  They can even do multi-tiered wedding cakes varying the different tiers.

Scottsdale

  • Cornish Pasty Co. – Trendy Scottsdale has their own British pasty spot, too. The vegan options include the Cubano, Pot Pie, dessert Peanut Butter & Jelly, and more.
  • Farm & Craft – Many of the items are dairy-free, or can be ordered dairy-free on their fresh, healthy, and nicely diverse menu. They also have gluten-free options for almost everything, and offer vegan cheese. They’re big on choose-your-own-protein bowls, but also serve breakfast, flatbread, sandwiches, juices, smoothies, coffee drinks, and other nutritious beverages in an open-air setting.
  • Flower Child – This healthy restaurant chain serves salads, bowls, and plates with choose your own protein and side options. Their modern “hippie” menu is loaded with organic produce, whole grains (gluten-free, too), and house dressings. Their menu is littered with vegan and paleo options, and most items either are, or can be made dairy-free on request.
  • Gluten-Free Creations – They have two locations, including this one in Scottsdale! This is a dedicated gluten-free bakery, and has been since 2003. They aren’t strictly dairy free, but are very upfront about which items don’t contain dairy, and there are quite a few of them. Whether ordering online or heading in store, you can find dairy-free bread, muffins, desserts, and more.
  • Sapiens Paleo Kitchen – You can get meal prep, grab takeout, or dine-in at this chef-owned French restaurant. Everything is free of gluten, grains, soy, beans, peanuts, corn, and refined sugar, but use caution with dairy. They bill themselves as dairy-free, but a few dishes use ghee or butter, and they do offer dairy cheese as an option for some dishes.
  • Simon’s Hot Dogs – We’re not exactly sure what Columbian-style Hot Dogs are, but this is the place in Arizona to get them. They serve beef, chorizo, bratwurst, and two kinds of vegan hot dogs, and offer the biggest and most unique selection of toppings around. They also offer vegan options for most toppings, including vegan chili, vegan cheese, vegenaise, and vegan bacon bites. As an added bonus, they make vegan alfajores.
  • Stratta Kitchen – Much of the menu is naturally dairy-free at this fast casual, counter-serve, Mediterranean restaurant. They have bowls, wraps, tacos, and skewers for lunch and dinner with gluten-free options for most. But you will need to call and ask about dairy-free options if ordering, they don’t label it in their ordering system or online menus.
  • Sunny Batters ⭐️ – They are a gluten-free production bakery that your can order from and pick up during limited hours at their store. They appear to be dairy-free, too, and list ingredients and free-from notes, but always verify before ordering. They even have dairy-free chocolate croissants, danishes, cinnamon rolls and other pastries, in addition to various bread items.
  • Toca Madera – You can enjoy dine-in or takeout from this upscale, organic Mexican restaurant. Their menu includes some creative vegan dishes, complete with vegan cojita and habanero crema. They can also prepare several other dishes without dairy on request.
  • Tocaya Organica – This west coast fresh-mex chain has two locations in Scottsdale. Their base menu of tacos, burritos, bowls, and other Mexican-inspired dishes is primarily dairy-free and vegan. You then pick your own protein and cheese, which can include meats, plant-based proteins, vegan mozzarella, or vegan chipotle jack.

Tempe

  • 24 Carrots ⭐️ – This hip juice bar and cafe has a relaxed vibe, and exclusively serves vegan eats. Their menu includes organic juices, smoothies, and an eclectic mix of raw and cooked entrees. They also have many gluten-free options. This restaurant focuses on sustainability, sourcing local and organic whenever possible. They are open for late breakfast, lunch, and dinner, most days of the week.
  • Cornish Pasty Co. – Tempe is the home of this British pasty restaurant, so they have two locations in the city limits. The menus are the same for all locations, so expect ample dairy-free and vegan options.
  • Desert Roots Kitchen ⭐️ – A reader names Brian recommended this dairy-free and vegan lunch spot. Their plant-heavy menu changes regularly, but there are always gluten-free options, and every dish is full of flavor. They also offer healthier desserts like oat bars and kale cake (yes, kale).
  • Fuzzy’s Taco Shop ⭐️ – This casual Tex-Mex chain provides a dairy-free menu that even tells you how to custom order just about anything on the menu. They offer burritos, tacos, bowls, breakfasts, salads, and even nachos sans cheese.
  • Genuine Fresche – They use coconut milk or almond milk in their smoothie bowls, acai bowls, smoothies, and power shakes. But use caution as they also blend whey into some. Luckily, they have hemp seeds, pea proteins, and nut butters as alternate protein options, but be sure to request a clean blender.
  • Green ⭐️ – This plant-based restaurant serves “vegan comfort food for the masses.” They use fresh and organic ingredients, vegan cheeses, and mock meats to create all types of bites, burritos, hearty sandwiches, and burgers for lunch and dinner.
  • Sushi 101 ⭐️ – – Of course, there are lots of dairy-free items on their menu, but they go above and beyond, labeling “DF” on items like shrimp tempura and gyozas. They even offer vegan-specific items on their menu.
  • The Flame Broiler ⭐️ – They contacted us to announce they run a completely dairy-free restaurant chain. It’s a counter-serve spot that makes healthy Asian-style rice bowls free of MSG, high fructose corn syrup, and trans fats. There menu is actually quite simple, with chicken, angus beef, and tofu for the protein options (you can order half and half!), and your choice of white or brown rice, veggies, rice and veggies, or salad. Your order is served without sauce, but they have Magic Sauce, Magic Dressing, and a trio of Hot Sauces (regular, hot hot, and triple hot). They have vegan, gluten-free, and allergy-friendly options and a kid’s size. This chain is primarily in California, but they have a few locations in Arizona.

Tucson

  • AZ Kitchen – Their prepared meals can be ordered or you can simply grab and go. The menu changes often, but the ingredients are clearly labeled, and they always have some vegan and dairy-free options. Pressed juices are also available.
  • Beaut Burger ⭐️ – This little restaurant slings plant-based burgers and serves them on slow-fermented buns. Their entire creative menu is vegan, and they offer gluten-free buns.
  • Bristlecone ⭐️ – The owners of Beaut Burger opened this dairy-free ice cream shop right next door!
  • Cashew Cow ⭐️ – This is Arizona’s first completely dairy-free ice cream shop. Their decadent scoops are hand-crafted, cashew-based, and can include up to 20 vegan flavors on any given day. They also have all of the usual ice cream pairings, like waffle cones and toppings. And they do pack pints to go.
  • Dedicated ⭐️ – This gluten-free bakery and cafe has a “dairy-free case” filled with bear claws, brownies, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and more. They also bake several dairy-free breads, and can take custom cake orders for dairy-free and vegan customers. Their breakfast and lunch menus do have some dairy, but they provide a vegan menu with salads and sandwiches. Additional items can be made dairy-free on order.
  • Lovin’ Spoonfuls ⭐️ – This vegan restaurant has received accolades from many of our readers. Aja said, “their hot cocoa is amazing and so are their chix nuggets.” And Laura told us on Facebook, “it has everything you would find in a regular restaurant (burgers, fries, desserts) and lots of gluten-free options plus an allergen menu.” They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner along with organic beer, wine, and cocktails, and of course, a full bakery of desserts.
  • Renee’s Organic Oven – Italian pizza, pasta, and sandwiches are on the menu at this elegantly casual dine-in and takeout spot. They feature some specialty vegan salads and vegan pizzas, complete with dairy-free pesto or Daiya cheese. Plus, they can make some other dishes and most pizzas dairy-free on request. They also bake vegan desserts, like cinnamon rolls and bundt cake.
  • The Hidden Grill 2Go ⭐️ – They make everything from scratch and package it up for takeout, delivery, and weekly meal plans. The menu is clearly labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, nut-free, and paleo customers, and when we looked, it was all dairy free! But the menus do rotate.
  • Tucson Tamale – Takeout and delivery are available at their two locations in Tucson. They make a few types of vegan tamales, and some meat tamales that are also dairy-free (and gluten-free). In addition to their restaurants, they ship nationwide.

Youngtown

  • Mighty Moo Ice Cream – Thanks to Eastan D. for recommending this ice cream shop. Their list of small-batch, housemade flavors always includes some non-dairy options. They can include everyday flavors like Oreo, Rocky Road, Cake Batter, Coffee and Chocolate, and seasonal flavors like Crushed Peppermint, Pumpkin Spice, and Frosted Sugar Cookie.

Most Popular Chains in Arizona for Dairy-Free Diners

There are many more chains in this state, but these are the ones we recommend most for dairy-free options.

Arizona-Only Chains

  • Fired Pie – This is an Arizona-only, build-your-own pizza and salad chain offering dairy-free cheese, vegan meat alternatives, and an array of toppings.
  • Picazzo’s – This Italian eatery is 100% gluten-free, and we’ve heard quite friendly to dairy-free diners. They actually have a HUGE vegan menu, with far more than you could hope for.
  • The Screamery – Their house-made ice cream collection includes a creamy dairy-free flavor and an all-fruit sorbet.
  • Wildflower Bread Company – This popular state bakery and cafe is transparent with allergens and ingredients, so you can easily plan ahead with their website. They have many dairy-free breads, some dairy-free sandwiches and salads, and other items you can custom order by using their detailed allergen charts.

National Chains

This Guide is Continuously Updated with Recommendations

We welcome you to recommend other dairy-free friendly restaurants. Leave a comment or contact us and tell us why you like a certain restaurant. Restaurant owners and employees are also invited to reach out and let us know how you welcome dairy-free customers.

Please kindly let us know in the comments if any of these restaurants close. We want to keep this list current for you, but aren’t always notified when a restaurant closes. Let us know and we will quickly update!

This Guide is for Informational Purposes Only

Menus, ingredients, kitchen procedures, management, and restaurants are subject to change at any time. Always read the menu and discuss your dietary needs with the staff before ordering. Make sure that they can accommodate your situation.

There is always a risk for potential cross-contamination of allergens in any commercial kitchen. If cross-contamination is an issue for you, always speak with the manager to ensure that your meal can be safely prepared. Listings here do not guarantee that a restaurant is safe enough for your individual needs. Only you can make that decision.

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