Missouri: Show Me the Dairy-Free Friendly Restaurants & Shops

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Last Update in November 2021! We’ve created this ever-growing guide to restaurants, bakeries, cafes, ice cream shops, and stores in Missouri 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 Missouri: Recommended Restaurants & Shops with vegan and gluten-free optionsPhoto from Range Free

Dairy-Free Missouri: 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.)

Belton

  • Hawaiian Bros ⭐️ – This fast-casual chain is a regional favorite for Hawaiian plate lunches and dairy-free Dole whip. They serve all of the classics, including Kalua Pork, Huli Huli Chicken, and Musubi. Their full menu is “both dairy and nut free!” They also informed us that all items aside from the noodles/pasta are gluten free, and the only items with eggs are the spam musubi and the pasta salad.

Blue Springs

  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.

Branson

  • Silver Dollar City – This amusement park offers allergen menus for each of their eateries. There are a handful of dairy-free options at each spot, with several options for burgers, sandwiches, tater tots, chicken strips, and more.

Chesterfield

  • Chicken Salad Chick – Their menu boasts a range of chicken salads, many of which are dairy-free. They also have various dairy-free bread options for sandwiches. They have a full allergen guide to make ordering easy.

Clayton

  • Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery – They offer a handful of dairy-free and vegan flavors by the scoop or by the pint. The “nice” flavors include coconut milk-based flavors like Coconut Chocolate Fudge and Lemon Poppyseed, while “naughty” varieties are infused with alcohol.

Columbia

  • 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.
  • Main Squeeze – This cheerful vegetarian cafe is open for casual breakfast and lunch. They serve many vegan options, which are clearly labeled on their menu, including salads, sandwiches, wraps, and bowls. They also house a full juice bar with vegan smoothies made from fruits, coconut yogurt, and almond milk.
  • Nourish Café & Market – Thank you to Emily for recommending this spot. “They use healthy whole foods and create very healthy meals.” Their entire menu is free of gluten, soy, corn, and refined sugars and they do have many dairy-free options. They includes smoothies and lattes with house-made almond milk, bowls with dairy-free cashew ricotta, plant-forward salads (you can add your choice of protein), vegan soups, raw and keto treats, and more.
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.
  • Range Free ⭐️ – You won’t find any wheat, peanuts, or tree nuts at this allergy-friendly bakery and cafe. They do use dairy in and on some of their menu items, but they clearly label for dairy-free, egg-free, grain-free, and soy-free needs. They also offer Daiya cheese as an alternative, and make “top 8 free” cookies, donuts, and breads.
  • You Pie – This build-your-own pizza, pasta, panini, or salad chain offers vegan cheese, dairy-free crusts (white, wheat, and gluten-free), and a plethora of dairy-free sauce and topping options. They also have vegan sorbet and select dairy-free brownies for dessert.

Creve Coeur

  • Bombay Food Junkies ⭐️ – This Indian dinner house is completely vegan, and focuses on Bombay-style street food. But they also serve milkshakes and a big range of desserts, including cakes, cheesecakes, and cookies.
  • Chicken Salad Chick – Their menu boasts a range of chicken salads, many of which are dairy-free. They also have various dairy-free bread options for sandwiches. They have a full allergen guide to make ordering easy.
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.

Independence

  • BD’s Mongolian Grill – They offer a very complete allergen chart with many milk-free options. In fact, at last check, their entire stir fry menu was dairy-free, aside from one of the sauces (and they have many sauces). They do serve other types of food, some of which does contain milk.
  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.
  • Noodles & Company – See our Noodles & Company Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pie Five – See our Pie Five Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Yogurtini – They swirl a variety of dairy-free sorbets along with Silk plant-based chocolate and vanilla frozen yogurts. Keep in mind that available flavors can rotate often.

Joplin

  • All Aboard Burgers and Ice Cream – They reached out to us to say they have a dairy-free Italian ice called ParadIce, with mango and strawberry flavors on rotation. They said, “even if it’s not in our front case we have it in a back storage freezer.” And they offer a homemade frozen lemonade drink. On the savory side, they make dairy-free, gluten-free burger bowls and all of their buns and bread are dairy-free. They also told us they use a dairy-free butter substitute for cooking, but as always, check in store.
  • Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt – See our Orange Leaf Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pineapple Bliss – This fruit-forward soft-serve joint offers many dairy-free flavors and uniquely serves pineapple splits (hold the whip!) and lemonade floats. Be sure to ask carefully on the flavors – some are lactose-free, but not dairy-free.
  • 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.

Kansas City

  • Bibibop – Thank you to Shawn for sending this recommendation, “A build-your-own bowl Asian fusion fast food place. Most of the menu is dairy free. They even have a coconut milk mango pudding that is dairy free!” They also provide full allergen information to make ordering easy, keep their kitchens peanut-free, and source higher quality ingredients.
  • Blue Nile Cafe – This is the city’s oldest Ethiopian restaurant. They have a big selection of vegan dishes, but like most Ethiopian restaurants, the meat dishes are cooked with butter.
  • Cacao Restaurant – They have a few vegan options on the menu, and can also make several other items dairy free (without cheese and sour cream) at this Mexican restaurant. They’ve been recommended as friendly toward special diet requests.
  • Cafe Gratitude ⭐️– Enjoy organic farm-to-table fare at this plant-based, dairy-free restaurant. They offer bowls and other entrees with global flavors, serve juices and smoothies, and also make dessert, including custom cakes.
  • Can I Have a Bite – Order their pre-made meals online, pick them up, and reheat when ready to eat! They make paleo entrees and vegan/vegetarian entrees, so there are always ample dairy-free (and gluten-free) choices. They also make soups, bone brother, and healthy beverages.
  • Eat to Evolve – They offer meal plans and meal delivery, but also have some brick and mortar locations where you can pick up. Everything they make is gluten-free, and they focus on paleo and primal diets. Most of their meals are dairy-free, but not all. You can pick a dairy-free meal plan or order by the entrée.
  • Florine’s Flour Shoppe ⭐️ – This is a custom order vegan bakery that specializes in celebration cakes for all occasions. But they also bake cookies, cupcakes, brownies, and more.
  • Freestyle Poke ⭐️ – They state, “Our entire menu is also 100% dairy free.” It’s also labeled for vegan, paleo, and keto options, and they have unique base options, including forbidden rice, quinoa, and zucchini noodles.
  • Frozen Gold – They have a samoa experience – vegan toasted coconut soft serve topped with vegan caramel and brown sugar fudge sauces.
  • Gigi’s Vegan + Wellness Café ⭐️ – As the name implies, this is an all-vegan cafe, focused on healthy drinks and eats. They also offer a meal prep service.
  • Green Acres Market – You can do all of your grocery shopping at this local natural grocery chain. They go above and beyond for special diets, both in their product selection and their ready-made deli. They have many vegan and allergy-friendly options, and reportedly offer vegan desserts, like cheesecake.
  • Hawaiian Bros ⭐️ – This fast-casual chain is a regional favorite for Hawaiian plate lunches and dairy-free Dole whip. They serve all of the classics, including Kalua Pork, Huli Huli Chicken, and Musubi. Their full menu is “both dairy and nut free!” They also informed us that all items aside from the noodles/pasta are gluten free, and the only items with eggs are the spam musubi and the pasta salad.
  • Jason’s Deli – See our Jason’s Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • KC Kitchen & Pizzeria – This restaurant contacted us to share their vegan-friendly menu. They have several vegan pizzas, burgers, hoagies, and appetizers to choose from. Even more items can be made dairy-free, since they offer dairy-free cheese alternative. To top it off, they serve vegan desserts, including dairy-free cheesecake! Gluten-free menu options are also available.
  • Mattie’s Foods ⭐️ – This is a local, all-vegan eatery that makes their own house queso and serves a selection of breakfast sandwiches, lunch bowls and sandwiches, and a few sweet treats (including cinnamon rolls.
  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.
  • Mud Pie Vegan Bakery & Coffeehouse ⭐️ – This neighborhood cafe makes dairy-free guests feel at home with their big selection of pastries. They offer muffins, scones, cookies, cakes, cheesy bagels, and more. You can grab something to go, or order a latte and linger.
  • Nekter Juice Bar – See our Nekter Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Noodles & Company – See our Noodles & Company Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.
  • ProteinHouse – They offer a range of protein-packed breakfasts, salads, bowls, burgers, and wraps with several dairy-free options, and a vegan option in each category. They even have vegan protein pancakes. They offer vegan protein, and can make a select group of smoothies dairy-free, but keep in mind, they use a lot of whey in their blenders (including to make their acai bowls).
  • Q39 – This “chef driven” BBQ restaurant is friendly toward special diets. Their menu is generously labeled for gluten-free guests, and they are happy to help with ordering one of their many dairy-free options.
  • Ruby Jean’s Juicery – You’ll find far more than juice at this local cafe. They blend dairy-free smoothies and have a full menu of eats that includes vegan and healthy dairy-free options.
  • Safe Bakes ⭐️ – This is a small cottage bakery with very limited hours, but they have delivery and special orders available. Everything they bake is top allergen free, including cookies, cupcakes, muffins, donuts, and hand pies.
  • Seasons 52 – See our Seasons 52 Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Shawarmar – Shawn said this Mediterranean restaurant is “a drive through with amazing vegan options.” They focus on wraps, bowls, and salads. They make scratch vegan falafel balls, but other options can be ordered without dairy.
  • Snooze A.M. Eatery – They serve some plant-powered, dairy-free menu items, like vegan pancakes, tofu scramble, porridge, and buddha bowls. Some additional dishes can be custom ordered dairy free.
  • Spin Pizza – Their allergen menu is a bit cryptic, but we did some digging. Their original and gluten-free crusts (not the cauliflower crust) are dairy-free (and vegan), and they offer Daiya dairy-free cheese, along with red and white dairy-free sauces. So most of their pizzas can be ordered dairy-free. Their rosemary flatbread (without cheese) and custom order salads and sandwiches are also good options. All of their sandwich breads are dairy-free and many of their dressings are dairy-free.
  • The Fix ⭐️ – Get your midday fix with the breakfast and lunch menus at this all-vegan restaurant. They serve an eclectic mix of American favorites, like French toast, biscuits and gravy, burgers, chimichangas, and fried chicken steak.
  • The Littlest Bake Shop ⭐️ – Kansas City’s first all-vegan and gluten-free bakery has been met with many pleased customers. Their equipment has never touched dairy, eggs, or gluten, and it’s used to make a daily array of treats. They also take special orders.
  • The Mixx ⭐️ – They have labeled dairy-free quinoa bowls on their menu, some vegan sides and wraps, and have a build-your-own salad menu that’s quite extensive.
  • Tracy’s Baked Goods ⭐️ – This vegan bakery is by order only (no storefront), but they have a big menu of desserts and pastries to choose from. Gluten-free options are available.
  • True Food Kitchen – See our True Food Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Waldo Pizza – They serve regular cheesy pizzas, but their vegan menu is HUGE! They offer three types of vegan crust (including gluten-free), numerous vegan sauces (their garlic “butter” is actually dairy-free), Daiya and Follow Your Heart cheese alternatives, faux meats, and a good selection of vegetables for their pizzas. They also have quite a few vegan appetizers, salads, sandwiches, pastas, and even a vegan chocolate cake for dessert. Additional items from their standard menu can be adapted for “just dairy free” needs.
  • Unbakery and Juicery ⭐️ – This is a raw cafe that serves sweet desserts, savory eats, juices, mylks, and coffee drinks.
  • Yogurtini – They swirl a variety of dairy-free sorbets along with Silk plant-based chocolate and vanilla frozen yogurts. Keep in mind that available flavors can rotate often.

Kirkwood

  • Rush Bowls – This smoothie and smoothie bowl chain isn’t dairy-free, but they are happy to accommodate. They offer oat, almond, coconut, and soymilk options. Some menu items call for froyo, but you can sub banana for no charge, or acai for an additional charge. At last check, most of their toppers and all of their boosts (except for whey – they do have soy protein available) were made without dairy.

Ladue

  • Everbowl – They specialize in cool, creamy superfood bowls, including acai, pitaya, blue majik, and more, layered with various other bases and toppings. Almost their entire menu is dairy free (they do offer whey protein) and vegan (they have honey and bee pollen as options).

Lake St. Louis

  • Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery – They offer a handful of dairy-free and vegan flavors by the scoop or by the pint. The “nice” flavors include coconut milk-based flavors like Coconut Chocolate Fudge and Lemon Poppyseed, while “naughty” varieties are infused with alcohol.

Lee’s Summit

  • Bibibop – Thank you to Shawn for sending this recommendation, “A build-your-own bowl Asian fusion fast food place. Most of the menu is dairy free. They even have a coconut milk mango pudding that is dairy free!” They also provide full allergen information to make ordering easy, keep their kitchens peanut-free, and source higher quality ingredients.
  • Freezing Moo – This is a made-to-order Thai ice cream roll chain. They offer a coconut milk cream base option that is dairy free and vegan, and have an allergen chart for all of their mix-ins and toppings. They also blend milkshakes.
  • Hawaiian Bros ⭐️ – This fast-casual chain is a regional favorite for Hawaiian plate lunches and dairy-free Dole whip. They serve all of the classics, including Kalua Pork, Huli Huli Chicken, and Musubi. Their full menu is “both dairy and nut free!” They also informed us that all items aside from the noodles/pasta are gluten free, and the only items with eggs are the spam musubi and the pasta salad.
  • Jason’s Deli – See our Jason’s Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.
  • Noodles & Company – See our Noodles & Company Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Spin Pizza – Their allergen menu is a bit cryptic, but we did some digging. Their original and gluten-free crusts (not the cauliflower crust) are dairy-free (and vegan), and they offer Daiya dairy-free cheese, along with red and white dairy-free sauces. So most of their pizzas can be ordered dairy-free. Their rosemary flatbread (without cheese) and custom order salads and sandwiches are also good options. All of their sandwich breads are dairy-free and many of their dressings are dairy-free.
  • Summit Pizza– Their sizable vegan menu includes three types of vegan crust (including gluten-free), numerous sauces (their garlic “butter” is actually dairy-free), Daiya and Follow Your Heart cheese alternatives, faux meats, and a good selection of vegetables for their pizzas. They also have quite a few vegan starters, sandwiches, pastas, salad bar choices, and even a vegan chocolate cake for dessert. Additional items from their standard menu can be adapted for “just dairy free” needs.

Liberty

  • Eat to Evolve – They offer meal plans and meal delivery, but also have some brick and mortar locations where you can pick up. Everything they make is gluten-free, and they focus on paleo and primal diets. Most of their meals are dairy-free, but not all. You can pick a dairy-free meal plan or order by the entrée.
  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.

Moberly

North Kansas City

  • Hawaiian Bros ⭐️ – This fast-casual chain is a regional favorite for Hawaiian plate lunches and dairy-free Dole whip. They serve all of the classics, including Kalua Pork, Huli Huli Chicken, and Musubi. Their full menu is “both dairy and nut free!” They also informed us that all items aside from the noodles/pasta are gluten free, and the only items with eggs are the spam musubi and the pasta salad.

O’Fallon

  • Made Today Cafe & Bakery ⭐️ – This locally-owned restaurant is very friendly toward special diet needs. They offer dairy-free, gluten-free, and nut-free options for nearly everything on their breakfast and brunch menu. Items are made to order, including pancakes, omelets, French toast, and other morning classics. They also offer daily baked goods with options for all.
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.

Raymore

  • Minsky’s Pizza – Thank you to Wendy for letting us know about the local pizza chain. They have dairy-free crust options (with gluten-free choices) and offer Daiya cheese alternative.

Springfield

  • Cafe Cusco – They make Peruvian inspired cuisine with many naturally dairy-free options. But they also have a very full vegan menu, and many options for gluten-free diners.
  • Earth’s Harvest – This is a plant-based restaurant serving a full menu of classic American comfort food and desserts (including cinnamon rolls, sundaes, and pie).
  • NoBaked Cookie Dough ⭐️ – This “scoop shop” offers two dairy-free flavors (birthday cake and brownie batter), and one that is dairy-free and vegan (cookies and cream).
  • Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt – See our Orange Leaf Dairy-Free Menu Guide for full details.
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.
  • Sweet Emotion – This walk up spot offers dairy-free oat milk ice cream, Dole Whip, and a good selection of toppings (not all are dairy free). They also offer pizza by the slice with a vegan option.
  • The Wheelhouse Street Fare – Their eclectic menu of burritos, tacos, falafel, and wok-fired dishes includes many dairy-free and vegan options.
  • Whipped Cream and Other Delights ⭐️ – This is an all-vegan bakery with grab and go donuts, along with other pastries. They also specialize in custom order cakes and other specialty desserts.

St. Charles

  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.

St. Joseph

St. Louis

  • Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery – They offer a handful of dairy-free and vegan flavors by the scoop or by the pint. The “nice” flavors include coconut milk-based flavors like Coconut Chocolate Fudge and Lemon Poppyseed, while “naughty” varieties are infused with alcohol.
  • Creole Creamery – They of course have some fresh non-dairy sorbets, but they also have rotating creamy vegan flavors made with coconut milk (usually one is available at any given time). You might find flavors like ube or matcha.
  • I Love Juice Bar ⭐️ – They blend dairy-free smoothies, acai bowls, and smoothie bowls, offer a range of juices and healthy shots, have overnight oats, and also serve vegan-friendly soups.
  • Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams – See our Dairy-Free Guide to Jeni’s for more details.
  • Kohn’s Kosher ⭐️ – This restaurant has a parve (dairy-free) bakery, kosher glatt (no dairy) butcher shop, and offers a deli menu filled with dairy-free options (dairy items are labeled).
  • Pickleman’s Gourmet Cafe ⭐️ – They are very friendly toward special diet guests. They offer vegan lentil chili, and all of their sandwiches and salads can be ordered dairy-free with the exclusion of cheese, ranch-based sauces, and Caesar dressing (other dressings are available). They even offer a whole selection of vegan vinaigrettes.
  • Pizza Head – Sophie A. recommended this vegetarian pizzeria to us on Facebook. “I had their vegan pepperoni pizza there last summer and it was phenomenal! I ordered the biggest size pizza they had and I’m glad they did because the leftovers were great.” They offer two types of vegan cheese, including house-made cashew cheese and mozz shreds, and top with vegetables and plant-based faux “meats.” They also offer special like local vegan donuts and bagels with their housemade vegan cream cheese.
  • Pizza Studio – They have a vegan pizza, complete with vegan “cheese” and “sausage.” Many other pizzas can be ordered dairy-fee with a cheese swap. They also have build your own salads.
  • Planter’s House ⭐️ – They’re well known for hand-crafted, award-winning cocktails, but this establishment also serves upscale American fare. They label dairy-free right on the menu and have both appetizer and entree options. Gluten-free guests are also accommodated.
  • Prairie Vegan Pies – They don’t have a retail shop, nor do they ship, but you can order and pick up all types of vegan cakes, pies, and pastries from this little bakery business.
  • Rush Bowls – This smoothie and smoothie bowl chain isn’t dairy-free, but they are happy to accommodate. They offer oat, almond, coconut, and soymilk options. Some menu items call for froyo, but you can sub banana for no charge, or acai for an additional charge. At last check, most of their toppers and all of their boosts (except for whey – they do have soy protein available) were made without dairy.
  • Terror Tacos ⭐️ – Tired of ordering Mexican food sans cheese and sour cream? Enjoy the works at this vegan restaurant. They have loaded nachos, quesadillas, wet burritos, and more.
  • Tree House Restaurant – This urban chic eatery serves everything vegan, unless you request dairy cheese or eggs. They serve shareables, large plates, brunch, and dessert.

Warrensburg

  • Spin Pizza – Their allergen menu is a bit cryptic, but we did some digging. Their original and gluten-free crusts (not the cauliflower crust) are dairy-free (and vegan), and they offer Daiya dairy-free cheese, along with red and white dairy-free sauces. So most of their pizzas can be ordered dairy-free. Their rosemary flatbread (without cheese) and custom order salads and sandwiches are also good options. All of their sandwich breads are dairy-free and many of their dressings are dairy-free.

Washington

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Restaurant & Grocery Chains found throughout Missouri

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.

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Local Dairy-Free Food & Drink Producers in Missouri

These dairy-free friendly companies don’t have their own retail location, but are in Missouri. 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!

  • Core & Rind – This cashew cheesy sauce company started in St. Louis, Missouri. They sell online, but can also be found in regional natural food stores.

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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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About Author

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.

2 Comments

  1. This is a fantastic list. In Lee’s Summit, Waldo Pizza is now called Summit Pizza. They still have a great vegan menu with a lot of options.

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