Indiana: The Dairy-Free Restaurant Guide to Make any Hoosier Proud

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Last Update in September 2021! We’ve created this ever-growing guide to restaurants, bakeries, cafes, ice cream shops, and stores in Indiana that are friendly to dairy-free diners. It’s a collection based on research and reader recommendations (send yours!) that’s divided into restaurants & shops by city (first) and major chains found throughout the state (second). And we’ve started a section for specialty dairy-free foods produced in this state.

We Update Continuously! You can ignore the original date on this post going forward. We update the information below whenever we’re alerted to a new recommendation, change, or closure.

Dairy-Free Indiana: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with vegan and gluten-free optionsPhoto from Moo-Over in Columbia City, Indiana

Dairy-Free Indiana: Recommended Restaurants & Shops

We’ve listed these recommendations alphabetically by city and then by the restaurant or shop name. For large chains with locations throughout the state, see the Major Restaurant & Grocery Chains section below. We have dedicated posts with dairy-free details for many of the big guys.

⭐️ = 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.)

Avon

  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Batesville

  • LaRosa’s Pizza – They offer vegan cheese and have a plant-based pizza on the menu. Many additional items and pizzas can be ordered dairy free.

Bloomington

  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.
  • Baked! of Bloomington – Choose their vegan house-made cookie dough and then pick your dairy-free mix-ins and/or after-bakes. They’ll bake your custom cookies for you.
  • BloomingBowls – This is an acai bowl truck, and their blends are all dairy-free. See their website for daily locations.
  • InBloom Juicery ⭐️ – In addition to juices, they press their own almond mylk, and blend dairy-free acai and smoothie bowls. They are also adding avocado toast and poke to their menu.
  • Joella’s ⭐️ – They offer allergen lists to help customers order. The dairy-free options include all of their chicken (grilled, fried, and vegan) in all heat levels, fries, and several other sides (many of which are vegan friendly). Their grilled tenders are also gluten-free.
  • Laughing Planet – This fast casual chain is known for rich global flavors in healthy bowls, salads, burritos, and more. They’re also popular for special diets, clearly labeling items for vegan, paleo, gluten-fee, and contains nuts. Many dishes are naturally dairy-free, but they also offer vegan cheese, and can make even more menu items without dairy.
  • Rainbow Bakery ⭐️ – Indulgence abounds at this vegan bake shop. They offer cupcakes, donuts, muffins, and so many other treats. They also serve savories, like breakfast sandwiches and hand pies.
  • Soma Coffeehouse & Juice Bar – They blend dairy-free smoothies, offer almond, soy, coconut, and house-oat milk for coffee drinks, and typically have some vegan bakery treats, like cookies.
  • Soul Juice ⭐️ – Their plant-based, dairy-free menu goes far beyond juice. They also serve smoothies, smoothie bowls, vegan lattes, vegan waffles, vegan & gluten-free toasts, vegan yogurt parfaits, and house-made mylks. They do use bee products in some of their blends, which aren’t strictly vegan.
  • Uptown Cafe – This restaurant and cocktail bar offers dairy-free and gluten-free options for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Their menu is somewhat labeled, but you do need to inquire on lunch and dinner entrees and sides.

Brownsburg

  • Mandy’s Ice Cream – They offer a couple dairy-free options daily, including vanilla chocolate chip soy-based ice cream and fruity Italian ice. You can order them in a cup, cake cone, or sugar cone. Unfortunately, the waffle cone didn’t list the ingredients for the staff, so we couldn’t verify.

Carmel

  • Ali’i Poke ⭐️ – Their Hawaiian poke menu is almost completely dairy free. They said just to skip the honey wasabi sauce and the mango sweet coconut rice side, which both contain milk.
  • Gordon’s Milkshake Bar – They offer dairy-free vanilla ice cream (and sometimes have other classic flavors), which they can blend into a fancy vegan milkshake for you, complete with syrup and dairy-free whipped cream.
  • Joella’s ⭐️ – They offer allergen lists to help customers order. The dairy-free options include all of their chicken (grilled, fried, and vegan) in all heat levels, fries, and several other sides (many of which are vegan friendly). Their grilled tenders are also gluten-free.
  • Naf Naf Grill ⭐️ – The menu at this quick serve Middle Eastern grill is completely dairy-free with the exception of one of their packaged baklavas (the other two are made without dairy!). They offer a full menu of favorites, from falafel to shawarma, and have a handy allergen guide.
  • No Label At The Table ⭐️ – This is a dairy-free and gluten-free bakery and meal prep company staffed by people on the autism spectrum. They release a new menu daily, and it’s also labeled for vegan options. They always bake fresh breads, sweet treats, and have some savory meals.
  • Simple Taste Bakery and Cafe – This is a gluten-free bakery that also offers some vegan and paleo sweet and savory items.
  • The Flying Cupcake – They have a selection of vegan cupcakes at their shops daily, and have gluten-free, vegan cupcakes that you can special order. And they do bake custom order cakes for all occasions (weddings, smash cakes, etc).
  • Woody’s Library Restaurant ⭐️ – Stacie emailed to let us know that this public library turned restaurant has dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan items labeled right on their menu. She said they also separate fryers for dairy and non-dairy items. Their menu is classic, yet eclectic with a big range of comforting appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and daily features. They do have a nice handful of dairy-free options, and several more dishes that can easily be ordered without dairy.
  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Clarksville

  • Joella’s ⭐️ – They offer allergen lists to help customers order. The dairy-free options include all of their chicken (grilled, fried, and vegan) in all heat levels, fries, and several other sides (many of which are vegan friendly). Their grilled tenders are also gluten-free.

Columbia City

  • Moo-Over ⭐️ – This dairy-free ice cream shop really drives their plant based message home – their scoops are served in a pot with a spoon “shovel.” Their flavors are made with a variety of different bases, including sun butter, almond, walnut, cashew, coconut, oat, and chia/flax.

Columbus

  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Crown Point

  • Lelulo’s ⭐️ – This once-restaurant is now a vegan bakery that works on order only. They are known for custom order cakes, but also bake other treats, like cupcakes, cookies, donuts, and more.
  • Tomato Bar – They don’t just offer vegan cheese at this local chain, they have an entire vegan menu! It includes cheesy and cheeseless pizzas, calzones, salads, and even appetizer doughnuts.

Elkhart

  • I Heart Mac & Cheese – This is a build-your-own mac and cheese bowl or grilled cheese sandwich chain. They offer vegan cheese, various meats and vegan meats, and several other toppings. They have several pasta, base, and bread choices. Gluten-free options are available.

Evansville

  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.
  • Flourish Plant-Based Eatery ⭐️ – Their all-vegan menu is rich with a wide range of comfort food and healthy eats. They serve lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.
  • Pangea Kitchen ⭐️ – They make Neapolitan and Detroit style pizzas in a wood burning oven. All of their red pies and white pies can be ordered dairy-free, gluten-free, or vegan. They also have dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan menus inset in their main menu. The dairy-free options also include some salads, Thai entrees, appetizers, and handhelds.

Fishers

  • Ali’i Poke ⭐️ – Their Hawaiian poke menu is almost completely dairy free. They said just to skip the honey wasabi sauce and the mango sweet coconut rice side, which both contain milk.
  • Healthies Indy – All of there smoothies are full meal replacements, with “21 vitamins and minerals , 17-24g of plant protein, 5g of fiber, only 10g sugar, only 15g of carbs all for 250 calories or less.” They also come in rather decadent flavors, and most are either dairy-free or have dairy-free options.
  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Fort Wayne

  • Flat Top Grill – This Asian-fusion restaurant specializes in customized stir fries. You choose the protein, vegetables, sauce, and starch. According to the restaurant, their entire stir fry menu is dairy free, aside from the Yum Yum sauce, as long as you don’t add cheese (yes, it’s an option!). They have an allergen list, label for vegan, gluten-free, and other special diet needs, and have a huge array of options to choose from.
  • Health Food Shoppe – This local natural food store and vitamin shop has a glorious refrigerated dairy alternative case. They also have other hard-to-find vegan frozen items and snacks.
  • Loving Cafe ⭐️ – This all-vegan restaurant has a simple, friendly vibe, and a menu filled with American and Asian dishes. They serve sandwiches, soups, rice plates, noodle dishes, salads, and raw entrees for lunch and dinner. They also offer smoothies and a full dessert menu that’s heavy on organic cakes.
  • Pembroke Bakery & Cafe ⭐️ – This is a vegan and nut-free bakery that also makes a big range of gluten-free options (they have a dedicated gluten-free baking area). In addition to sweet treats and custom order cakes, they serve a big menu of savory entrees, like pizza, pasta, sandwiches, rice bowls, and more.
  • Savery Vegan Grill ⭐️ – They’re open during lunch and dinner hours, but their menu beckons to Southern-style breakfast, with pancakes, waffles, and breakfast-style sandwiches and burritos.
  • The Sassy Vegan ⭐️ – They don’t have a storefront, but do sell baked goods at local farmers markets and street markets, and bake custom cakes and cupcakes on order.

Gary

  • Organic Bread of Heaven ⭐️ – They don’t have a storefront, but this dairy-free, nut-free, vegan bakery does deliver locally and also ships nationwide. They bake breads, pies, cookies, and so much more. See our reviews here.

Greendale

  • LaRosa’s Pizza – They offer vegan cheese and have a plant-based pizza on the menu. Many additional items and pizzas can be ordered dairy free.

Greenwood

  • The Flying Cupcake – They have a selection of vegan cupcakes at their shops daily, and have gluten-free, vegan cupcakes that you can special order. And they do bake custom order cakes for all occasions (weddings, smash cakes, etc).
  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Indianapolis

  • 10th Street Diner ⭐️ – This is an all-vegan restaurant serving weekday lunch and dinner, and Saturday brunch. They serve traditional meaty, cheesy, and indulgent diner fare, but with a dairy-free, plant-based spin.
  • Ali’i Poke ⭐️ – Their Hawaiian poke menu is almost completely dairy free. They said just to skip the honey wasabi sauce and the mango sweet coconut rice side, which both contain milk.
  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.
  • Black Leaf Vegan ⭐️ – This is food truck that roams the greater Indianapolis area. See their website for daily locations. They serve burgers, nachos, and tacos, and you can order ahead for pick up.
  • Blue Sushi & Sake Grill – This sustainable Japanese restaurant makes innovative maki and nigiri. They have a full vegan menu, complete with tempura maki, and of course most of their menu is naturally dairy free.
  • BRICS – This is a historic train depot turned ice cream shop & fair-trade coffeehouse. They have a separate case for their vegan flavors, which include creamy, coconut-based vegan flavors, like vanilla, chocolate, and birthday cake. They also scoop sorbet, offer vegan floats and shakes, and have oat and almond milks for lattes.
  • Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe ⭐️ – All of  their ingredients are dairy-free and gluten-free, and they source locally whenever possible. Their healthy menu includes juices, smoothies, elixirs, salads, wraps, lunch bowls, and vegan desserts. In fact, everything is vegan, except for the honey they add to some items. Thank you to Grace for this recommendation!
  • Garden Table – This is a brunch  spot that serves various dairy-free bowl and entree options, with many vegan choices too.
  • General American Donut Company – If you need a donut fix, they offer raised, glazed vegan donuts daily.
  • Georgetown Natural Foods Market – You can find many special diet and organic brands at this local grocery store, including various dairy alternatives.
  • Gordon’s Milkshake Bar – They offer dairy-free vanilla ice cream (and sometimes have other classic flavors), which they can blend into a fancy vegan milkshake for you, complete with syrup and dairy-free whipped cream.
  • Greenleaf Juicing Company ⭐️ – This vegan organic juice shop blends an array of dairy-free smoothies, acai bowls, and smoothie bowls. But they also make chia, oatmeal, and quinoa bowls, soups, and quinoa salads.
  • I Heart Mac & Cheese – This is a build-your-own mac and cheese bowl or grilled cheese sandwich chain. They offer vegan cheese, various meats and vegan meats, and several other toppings. They have several pasta, base, and bread choices. Gluten-free options are available.
  • Joella’s ⭐️ – They offer allergen lists to help customers order. The dairy-free options include all of their chicken (grilled, fried, and vegan) in all heat levels, fries, and several other sides (many of which are vegan friendly). Their grilled tenders are also gluten-free.
  • LaRosa’s Pizza – They offer vegan cheese and have a plant-based pizza on the menu. Many additional items and pizzas can be ordered dairy free.
  • Leviathan Bakehouse – They offer some dairy-free breads and sandwiches, and have vegan soup and salad. Unfortunately, their pastries all contain dairy, but they do make custom order dairy-free chiffon sponge cakes.
  • Naf Naf Grill ⭐️ – The menu at this quick serve Middle Eastern grill is completely dairy-free with the exception of one of their packaged baklavas (the other two are made without dairy!). They offer a full menu of favorites, from falafel to shawarma, and have a handy allergen guide.
  • Next Door American Eatery – They offer a few vegan items right on their menu, but this establishment has been known to have additional flavorful options for dairy-free diners. Their dishes have global influences, and beckon to modern diner fare.
  • Patachou – This restaurant is touted as “a student union for adults.” They offer several vegan all-day breakfast items, salads with cashew ricotta at lunch, and even a couple vegan desserts. They also offer gluten-free and vegan bread, so some of their sandwiches can be made both dairy-free and gluten-free.
  • Public Greens ⭐️ – This farm-to-table public house serves lunch and dinner four days a week, and brunch on Sundays. They label which menu items contain dairy and/or soy, and also have labels for gluten-free and vegan guests. At last check, they had a dairy-free, gluten-free hash for brunch, but that meal isn’t recommended for vegans. On there main menu, dairy-free options include soups, salads, a range of bowls, various sides, and even a couple desserts!
  • SoChatti ⭐️ – You’ll feel like a kid in a candy store in this chocolate tasting room – their treats are all dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, kosher pareve, and vegan. They use just three ingredients to craft their chocolate: cacao nibs, organic sugar cane, and organic cacao butter. They do ship orders, but also have a storefront with classes, walk-in tastings, and events.
  • Square Scoop – They offer vegan chocolate and vanilla bean ice creams made with coconut milk. They also have a daily sorbet.
  • Sushi Boss – They offer a great allergen chart, which does point out some surprisingly dairy items (soy wraps and wasabi mayo!), but leaves many naturally dairy-free options.
  • Ted’s Montana Grill – Founded by media mogul and rancher Ted Turner, this American chain serves a meat-heavy menu with lots of dairy-free options. See our Dairy-Free Guide for Ted’s Montana Grill for more details.
  • The Flying Cupcake – They have a selection of vegan cupcakes at their shops daily, and have gluten-free, vegan cupcakes that you can special order. And they do bake custom order cakes for all occasion.
  • Three Carrots ⭐️ – Everything is vegan at this hearty Fountain Square restaurant. They serve a casual menu of handhelds and entrees, using seitan and tofu as the primary proteins, and cashews for creamy and cheesy dishes.
  • Tlaolli – This Mexican takeout spot offers vegan tacos, tamales, soups, stews, molletes, and tortas, Additional meat menu items can be ordered dairy-free.
  • Toppers Pizza – They have three signature vegan pizzas on their menu (two with plant-based chicken), and you can sub their dairy-free mozzarella to make most other pizzas dairy-free. They also offer vegan cheese sticks and have several dairy-free sauces.
  • Twenty Two Juice Bar ⭐️ – They blend dairy-free smoothies, acai bowls, and other smoothie bowls in the Indianapolis City Market. For toppings, they use gluten-free granola, and they do have many vegan options (order no honey).
  • Uno Pizzeria & Grill – This popular chain restaurant has one location in Indiana. See our Uno Dairy-Free Menu Guide for details.
  • Wyliepalooza Ice Cream Emporium – They carry creamy, soy-based, dairy-free ice cream flavors from the Chocolate Shoppe, and usually have at least one flavor on rotation. Dairy-free Italian ice is also available.
  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Lafayette

  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.
  • The Pink Walrus Frozen Yogurt – They swirl a couple dairy-free flavors daily, usually a creamy option, like chocolate cake batter, and a sorbet. They also have a good selection of dairy-free toppings and some sauces. Their beverage menu also includes some dairy-free smoothies.

Mishawaka

  • Flat Top Grill – This Asian-fusion restaurant specializes in customized stir fries. You choose the protein, vegetables, sauce, and starch. According to the restaurant, their entire stir fry menu is dairy free, aside from the Yum Yum sauce, as long as you don’t add cheese (yes, it’s an option!). They have an allergen list, label for vegan, gluten-free, and other special diet needs, and have a huge array of options to choose from.

Muncie

  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Newburgh

  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.

Noblesville

  • Abundant Plate Wellness – This is a dairy-free and gluten-free meal delivery service. Their menu rotates monthly, you choose what you want, and they deliver your fully prepared meals. They deliver in Central Indiana, or you can pick-up at their kitchen.
  • Yats ⭐️ – Their Cajun-Creole menu is labeled for dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan guests. They offer a handful of dairy-free dishes, like drunken chicken red beans and sausage, jambalaya, and chilis.

Schererville

  • Bakers Square – This is a homestyle bakery and cafe, with milk and butter galore (sorry, all of their pies contain milk!). But they offer a very detailed allergen menu that lets you custom order omelettes, egg breakfasts, salads, and sandwiches (most of their breads are dairy-free). They also have a few dairy-free entrees, like chicken tenders. They also have a “gluten sensitive” menu for gluten-free guests.
  • Tomato Bar – This popular pizzeria has a generously-sized vegan menu for all of their locations, offer dairy-free cheese, and can make many more dishes dairy-free on request. They reportedly source Udi’s for their gluten-free options, which is dairy-free, but not vegan (contains eggs).

South Bend

  • Challah at the Irish Lady ⭐️ – You can find this bread maker at the local farmer’s market. She makes fresh dairy-free, egg-free, vegan, and pareve bread in a kosher kitchen.
  • Purely Pressed – At last check, their smoothie and smoothie bowl menu was dairy-free, down to the plant-based proteins. They also have salads, soups, and coffee drinks, but do use dairy in some items.
  • Whistle Stop Ice Cream Shop – You might have to hunt for this hidden shop, but once you find it, they promise to have one dairy-free house-made flavor daily. When we checked, it was peanut butter oreo made with coconut milk.

Terre Haute

  • Azzip Pizza – This fledgling pizza chain offers a build-your-own pizza with Violife vegan cheese as an option. They offer three dairy-free crust options (including gluten-free), a handful of dairy-free sauces (including pesto), and a petite selection of toppings (including vegan sausage). They have a detailed allergen chart available.
  • Oy Vey Jewish Bakery and Delicatessen ⭐️ – I love seeing these words “We are 100% dairy free facility.” This is a kosher meat restaurant, but they also have a big vegan menu. They serve breakfast all day, and have a big selection of deli sandwiches, salads, burgers, and Israeli eats.

Valparaiso

  • Roots Market Café – They blend healthy smoothies and smoothie bowls, but also serve vegetarian bowls, wraps, and salads with many vegan options. And they have a gluten-free bakery on site, which typically has at least one vegan treat available, and sometimes additional dairy-free options.
  • Tomato Bar – This casual beer and pizza joint has three locations in Indiana – all with ample dairy-free options. They have a vegan menu, a gluten-free menu (we’ve been told they use Udi’s for crust and bread alternatives), and many more salads, appetizers, pizzas, and calzones that can be served dairy free. They aren’t strangers to the cheeseless pizza, but also offer dairy-free cheese alternative.

Westfield

  • I Heart Mac & Cheese – This is a build-your-own mac and cheese bowl or grilled cheese sandwich chain. They offer vegan cheese, various meats and vegan meats, and several other toppings. They have several pasta, base, and bread choices. Gluten-free options are available.
  • Saladworks – Pretty much their entire menu contains dairy, but they offer an interactive allergen menu that tells you how to custom order most items without dairy (or other special diet needs). You can choose between salads, warm grain bowls, wraps, and a few other items. They offer a good handful of dairy-free dressings, and do have gluten-free and vegan options.

West Lafayette

  • Saladworks – Pretty much their entire menu contains dairy, but they offer an interactive allergen menu that tells you how to custom order most items without dairy (or other special diet needs). You can choose between salads, warm grain bowls, wraps, and a few other items. They offer a good handful of dairy-free dressings, and do have gluten-free and vegan options.

Zionsville

  • Ali’i Poke ⭐️ – Their Hawaiian poke menu is almost completely dairy free. They said just to skip the honey wasabi sauce and the mango sweet coconut rice side, which both contain milk.
  • Fundae’s – This ice cream shop serves a variety of dairy-free, soy-free flavors, and they also have some Italian ices.

Dairy-Free Indiana: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with vegan and gluten-free optionsPhoto from Rainbow Bakery in Bloomington, Indiana

Restaurant & Grocery Chains found throughout Indiana

Some recommended restaurant and store chains are getting too big for our city listing britches. They have many locations, or are rapidly growing, and you might stumble across them in a number of towns in this state. Click on them for more dairy-free details.

Dairy-Free Indiana: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with vegan and gluten-free optionsPhoto from Joella’s in Bloomington, Carmel, Clarksville, and Indianapolis, Indiana

Local Dairy-Free Food & Drink Producers in Indiana

These dairy-free friendly companies don’t have their own retail location, but are in Indiana. So you have a good chance of finding their products at grocery stores, restaurants, and/or other shops in this state. Keep an eye out!

  • Bee Free – This is a local gluten-free bakery turned paleo snack producer. They make Warrior Mix nut and seed blends, which are also dairy-free and honey-sweetened.
  • Enjoy Life Foods – Their corporate headquarters is in Illinois, but their dedicated allergy-friendly facility is in Jeffersonville, Indiana! So you’re sure to see many of their snacks and sweets at stores in the local area.

Dairy-Free Indiana: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with vegan and gluten-free optionsPhoto from Soul Juice in Bloomington, Indiana

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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Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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