AllergyEats, the largest online guide to allergy-friendly restaurants, just launched AllergyEats Disney World (www.allergyeats.com/disney) in November. This is a peer-based guide, so you can see which Disney World restaurants might be more (or less) allergy-friendly on your trip. While Disney IS the gold standard, not every restaurant or experience is perfect. AllergyEats Disney World is a great compliment to the advice above. (Other dining tips are also included on the AllergyEats Disney World site.)
My apologies if this sounds like a commercial, but I believe readers of this article will be interested in a new online guide to food allergy friendly restaurants called AllergyEats (www.allergyeats.com).
I spent 20 months creating AllergyEats, motivated by my personal frustrations when taking my food allergic children out to eat. The guide lists over 600,000 restaurants nationally and assigns an "allergy friendliness rating" to restaurants based on the reviews of peers. It also includes other info like allergen lists, gluten free menus, industry certifications, etc where available.
While only 9 days old, the site is generating a lot of traffic and already many ratings. I strongly encourage readers to visit the site and consider adding their ratings of restaurants (it takes less than 1 minute to answer 3 simple questions). The more ratings on AllergyEats, the more valuable this tool becomes.
To see the full press release of the launch of AllergyEats (with more details), please visit www.allergyeats.com/blog/?p=146.
Thank you for letting me share what I believe is a great new resource for our entire food allergy and intolerance community.
Indy Week • 302 E. Pettigrew St., Suite 300, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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