Best Gluten-Free Restaurants at Disney Springs & Resort Hotels (2023)

With so many parks, resort hotels and restaurants in its entertainment area, Disney World is home to a huge variety of restaurant styles and cuisines. Whether you are staying at a Disney World resort hotel, just hopping byor dropping into Disney Springs, you'll find there are plenty of tasty options—including those that are gluten free or meet other special dietary needs. Today, we're going toshowcase great restaurantsfor eating gluten free at Disney Springs and the Disney World Resort Hotels. (Hop herefor the lowdown on eating gluten free at Disney World parks.)

Eating Gluten Free at Disney Springs & Disney World Resort Hotels

The table-service restaurants at Disney are often the easiest to accommodate allergies and special diets. When making your reservation, be sure to add a note of any allergies or specific needs. The restaurant staff will prepare all of the information you’ll need to dine. When you get to the restaurant (with or without reservations), speak with the server about your requirements. Often, the chef will come out to speak with you about your specific needs and preferences in order to make sure your meal is delicious.

Gluten Free Restaurantsat Disney Springs

Beyond the parks and resorts is the newly reimagined Disney Springs. Formerly known as Downtown Disney, this entertainment, dining and shopping area is hometo many amazing restaurantsand snack spots. There are plenty of tastes to explore in this ever-growing area of Disney World. Here are our favorite gluten-free restaurantsat Disney Springs:

1. Chef Art Smith’s Homecoming. Southern Chef and Food Network regular Art Smith brings classic Southern comfort food to Disney Springs. Nostalgic dishes such asChurch Lady Deviled Eggs and vinegary Cucumber Salad will make youfrog friendsfeel like you’re at a Southern summer picnic. Shrimp & Grits or Fresh Florida catch grilled and served with iron skillet sweet potatoes are the perfect taste of the South.

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2. Splitsville. This bowling alley, restaurant and lounge features an eclectic menu from Asian-inspired to Southwestern flavors. Chicken wings or sushi make great starters, followed by Splitsville’s Gluten-Free Pizza, Rice Bowls, or Entrée Salads. Enjoy some live music at the bar while you eat!

3. The Polite Pig. The newest addition to Disney Springs, right next to the Lime Garage in the heart of Town Center, the Polite Pig brings bold barbecue flavor in every dish. Most of the menu can be made gluten-free if you ask for no bread. Smoked chicken, brisket, pork shoulder, salmon and pork ribs are accompanied by impressive sides such asthe refreshing Tomato and Watermelon Salad or Smoked Potato Salad with Mustard-Smoked Kale. Pair your meal with a cold Florida craft beer or hand-crafted cocktail!

4. Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza. Blaze is a quick-service customizable pizza chain with a patio overlooking the “springs” in the Town Center area of Disney Springs. Blaze has a gluten-free dough option and almost all of the toppings are gluten-free as well! (the meatballs contain breadcrumbs). Salads and antipasto are also on the menu. It's not for people with Celiac.

5. Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC. A must visit for anyone—especially for those with gluten, milk or egg allergies, and vegans—everything at Erin Mckenna’s is vegan and gluten-free! The bakery serves all kinds of sweet treats from cookies and cakes to ice cream and doughnuts. There are even some savory snacks on the menu such asbagels and biscuits. We love the Cinnamon Sugar doughnut and all of the cupcakes! For a real sweet tooth fix, try a frosting shot!

Gluten Free Restaurantsat the Disney World Resort Hotels

The Pacific Northwest. New Orleans. The South Pacific. Staying at one of the uniquely themed Disney World Resort hotels are mini-vacations while on your vacation! Creative rooms and themed pools help you escape into your surrounding. This mindset continues into the dining room, as thehotels offer deliciously themed food. Finding gluten-free foodsat a Disney World Resort hotel isn't a problem ... choosing one is! Let us offer some help with ourfavorite gluten-free restaurants at the Disney World resort hotels.

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1. Sanaa at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Lunch/Dinner. Sanaa is one of our absolute favorite restaurants at Walt Disney World. Every dish is packed with flavor and we love watching the animals roam outside of the giant windows. A crowd favorite at Sanaa is the legendary bread service, which can be made gluten free! Choose allergy-friendly naan with either three or nine accompaniments to dip, spread or scoop. Sanaa offers a good variety of both gluten free appetizers and entrees. Our favorite is the Potjie-inspired Braised Beef, Butter Chicken, Chickpea Wat, Paneer Tikka or Spicy Durban Shrimp served with Basmati rice. There are also plenty of options for the tadpoles as well, including African-inspired dishes such asbutter chicken or familiar favorites such ashamburgers or grilled chicken. Desserts are light and refreshing with options of Mango or Raspberry Sorbet or Seasonal Fruit Kabobs with local honey. Both are delicious!

2. The Wave at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. Ahidden gem tucked away on the lobby floor of the Contemporary Resort. The Wave celebrates fresh American flavors at every meal. For breakfast, choose from healthy Egg White Frittatas or indulgent Belgian Waffles, or go for the classic two-egg American breakfast plate. Enjoy a taste of America at lunch with a Bison Burger Patty Melt with Roasted Green Chilies or an elegant Grilled Chicken Sandwich topped with Chevre Cheese, Tomato Jamsa and Arugula. Grilled Fish with Kale and Apple Salad and Candied Pumpkin Seeds or a classic Chicken Caesar Salad with allergy-friendly croutons are also delicious options. For dinner, start with a local Harvest Salad featuring seasonal accouterments and the Bacon and Eggs – Maple-lacquered Pork Belly with a perfect egg and smoked cheddar grits. It's a must-try in this frog's opinion! Fish, chicken and pork dishes served with fresh produce make every option a great meal!

3. Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. Dinner. The rustic, earthy décor echoes the fresh and natural flavors served at Artist Point. This elegant restaurant serves artisanal salads and local produce. The “Lands” green salad is a favorite appetizer, followed by a beautiful Grilled Filet Mignon or Chinook Plank Salmon. There is even a dish that is both gluten-free and vegan for our non-meat eating friends! The Vegan Lo Mein combines Tofu with Thai Noodles, Snap Peas, Pickled Shiitakes, and crispy Lotus Root. Choose seasonal berry Cobbler or Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée for dessert!

4. Kona Café at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. Kona Café is best known for its hearty breakfast, and there are plenty of excellent gluten-free options to start your day. We recommend The Samoan – Poached Eggs with Hollandaise served over Pulled Pork Hash. Yum! For those who want a lighter start, try the Egg White Omelet with Roasted Red Peppers and Goat Cheese or the Fruit Plate served in a Fresh Pineapple! For lunch, try some savory Satay or Sushi and for those wanting true island flavor, sample the Loco Moco. When dinner rolls around, Sustainable Fish, Steak, Duck, and Chicken are all on the menu as well as a perky Grilled Kona Coffee-Rubbed Pork Chop, and Tofu Pan-Asian Noodles in a Ginger-Garlic sauce for a vegetarian option.

5. ESPN Club at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort. Lunch/Dinner. When you think sports-bar food, gluten free definitely isn’t the first thing to come to mind, but ESPN Club has an unexpected variety of options for those with gluten/wheat allergies. From Pub Nachos or ESPN Wings to chili cheese fries and over the top burgers, there are plenty of ways to get your bar food fix and beyond at ESPN Club. Da Da Da. Da Da Da.

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Gluten Free Counter Service Restaurants at the Disney Hotels

The resorts offer plenty of great counter service options for special dietary needs as well. Allergy menus should be readily available at the food courts throughout the resorts, as well as small convenience shops that offer snacks, ready to eat meals like cereal, and toiletries. Here are our top counter service food courts for gluten-free dining at Disney:

1. Landscape of Flavors at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks. This is currently the newest addition to the family of Disney resorts and has one of the best varieties we’ve seen. There is also a separate allergy menu for gluten/wheat allergies. Breakfast options include everything from full breakfast platters to Create-Your-Own Parfait or Fruit Bowl to Build-Your-Own Omelets. For lunch or dinner, choose from burgers (classic or veggie) or sandwiches to pizza or a full chicken dinner (and much more!). Art of Animation is within a short walking distance of Disney’s Pop Century Resort as well.

2. The Mara at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks. Bountiful breakfast platters, flavorful flatbreads, and classic dishes make The Mara one of our favorite stops for gluten-free dining. A balance of African and American options makes this a wonderful, family friendly option. Make sure to stop and look out over the grazing areas to see how many animals you can spot! Lily loves to play "I Spy."

3. Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory and Riverside Mill at Port Orleans French Quarter and Riverside Resorts. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks. OK, we snuck in a double here. The menus at the two Port Orleans resorts both include great options for gluten-free dining. Breakfast bowls, platters, and even gluten-free Beignets are available at Sassagoula, while you can create your own omelet, parfait, or oatmeal at Riverside Mill. At lunch or dinner, enjoy a variety of sandwiches, pizza, and classic kid favorites at either location.

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4. Everything Pop! at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks. Like Landscape of Flavors, this food court has many options for gluten-free diners at every meal. For breakfast, grab and go with a Hot Ham and American Cheese sandwich or sit and enjoy French Toast or your own omelet creation with all the fixings. For lunch and dinner, Create-Your-Own-Salad, pick up a hearty sandwich or other family-friendly favorites like chicken tenders or pizza.

5. Roaring Fork at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner/Snacks. Although the menu is smaller at this location than some of the others we’ve mentioned, there is still a good variety at Roaring Fork. For breakfast, choose platters or pastries, or even a Garden Breakfast Flatbread. Lunch and dinner offerings include sandwiches, burgers, chicken tenders, flatbreads, and salads in both adult and kids portions.

Most Disney resort hotels havea small convenience store where guests can pick up snacks and sundries in addition to more substantial bites. Disney's line of snacks called “Snacks with Character” are allergy-friendly! You can usually pick up fresh fruit or vegetables and dip at these locations as well as a selection of convenience meals with ingredient labels. Stock at these locations does tend to change, so stop by at check in to get an idea of what is offered at your resort or ask the concierge or store attendant for more information.

Whether you’re relaxing at the resort or enjoying an evening out at Disney Springs, there are tons of delicious allergy-friendly bites throughout Walt Disney World! What are your favorite ways to eat gluten free at Disney Springs and the Disney hotels? Let us know in the comments!

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FAQs

Are Disney french fries gluten free? ›

The french fries are gluten free made in a dedicated fryer, so she got to have them as her side. We both thought our food was good! My husband and son got bison burgers (they can be made gluten free too) and say they are delicious.

Does Disney have gluten free beignets? ›

Yes, Scat Cat's Club – Cafe at Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter has gluten-free beignets! When you arrive, walk up to the counter and ask for the gluten-free beignets, and they will ask you what dipping sauce you want. And yes, the sauces are gluten-free.

Are churros at Disney gluten free? ›

Are Disney Churros Gluten-Free? There are two locations for Gluten Free Churros at Disney World (both table service restaurants). One is inside the Animal Kingdom and the other at a resort. The churros you find at the churros stands cannot be made gluten free.

Are Disney Rice Krispie treats gluten free? ›

Disney Parks Rice Krispies Treats are made with Kellogg's Rice Krispies Cereal, which is not gluten free, because it contains malt flavoring. The malt flavoring in Rice Krispies is barley malt, which is not stated on the label, making this product a confusing one for celiacs.

Are the turkey legs at Disney gluten free? ›

There are two things you can eat here that are not burgers, fries, pizza and chicken nuggets. You can get Turkey Legs at the Turkey Leg Cart in Frontierland. Turkey legs at Walt Disney World ARE gluten free!

Is the Mickey ice cream bar gluten free? ›

Speaking of cool treats, Mickey Bars are also gluten-free! They are vanilla ice cream shaped like Mickey dipped in chocolate. On a stick! And they're such a classic snack that always makes us feel good!

Is Disney World popcorn gluten free? ›

chances are popcorn is a favorite of yours too. Disney World's freshly popped popcorn, found at a variety of outdoor kiosks throughout the Disney World theme parks, has long been gluten free, dairy free, and even vegan.

What gluten free bread does Disney use? ›

Restaurants at Disney World use several brands of gluten free dinner rolls, hamburger buns and bread, including Deanna's Gluten Free, Local Oven, Ener-G, and Udi's. When heated well, Deanna's Gluten Free dinner rolls and hamburger buns are my favorite, because they have the best taste and texture.

Does Disney have gluten free desserts? ›

Gluten Free Bakeries at Disney- Erin McKenna's and Sprinkles

Disney Springs has a dedicated gluten free bakery. They are also vegan- so the textures can sometimes be 'off' from just a regular gluten free pastry. The Bakery is called, Erin Mckenna's, and offers a wide variety of yummy and safe pastries.

Where are the beignets in Disney 2022? ›

You can only find Mickey Beignets in one place in Walt Disney World: Port Orleans French Quarter. This beloved resort is Disney's most compact and easily navigable moderate.

Are zebra domes gluten free? ›

Avoid the zebra domes in the refrigerated case, because they are not gluten free. Zebra Domes contain an Amarula cream liquor mousse, which is made from the fruit of the African marula tree, and tastes a bit like caramel.

Does Disney have gluten free cinnamon rolls? ›

From brownies to cookies to cinnamon rolls, every single item is kosher and refined sugar-, gluten-, wheat-, soy-, dairy- and egg-free.

Does Disney have gluten free ice cream cones? ›

Gluten Free Ice Cream Cones—Like the ice cream sandwich, a good old-fashioned ice cream cone is a desired treat for many, including those who keep to a gluten free diet. Fortunately for them, most ice cream locations throughout Disney World offer special allergy free cones to suit such needs.

Are Disney pretzels gluten free? ›

So I did what any over-planner would do and I found out every single thing I might want that I could still get gluten free. Unfortunately, that pretzel wasn't on the list. Neither are churros. BEST PRICE GUARANTEE!

Is Disney Dole Whip gluten free? ›

Served at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, on Disney Cruise Line, and at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Dole Whip is fat-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free with no cholesterol. What's not to love?

Does Disney have a lot of gluten free options? ›

There are so many gluten free options at Disney World, though many change based on what restaurant you dine in. Disney has everything from Hamburger buns and safe pasta, to dinner rolls and fluffy beignets. Throw in some churros, classic snacks and Mickey Waffles and it's a true vacation for the gluten free foodie.

Is Goofy dome cake gluten free? ›

Goofy Dome Cake Allergen Information

Goofy Dome Cake contains: Dairy, Soy, Egg- and cross contact for shared facility with wheat/gluten, peanut and treenut.

Are Disney caramel apples gluten free? ›

Caramel Apples: You can find caramel apples in almost every park in Disneyland and Disney World, along with Disney Springs and Downtown Disney. These are gluten free, but made in a facility with other gluten containing foods.

Is Disney blue milk gluten free? ›

Blue milk is naturally vegan as it is made with coconut milk, which means it is dairy/egg free. Blue milk is also gluten free as well.

What gluten free buns does Disneyland use? ›

Award Wieners – Gluten-free buns available. Boardwalk Pizza & Pasta – Ask about gluten-free pasta, pizza and salad. Let the chef know if you have celiac disease so they can take extra measures to avoid cross-contamination.

Is the Night Blossom gluten free? ›

Nestled in Pongu Pongu at Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Night Blossom is a popular fan-fave and deliciously gluten-free! This drink is perfect when you are craving a refreshing and frozen beverage.

Is cotton candy at Disney gluten free? ›

They've also loved the Frozen/holiday-themed one with glittery sprinkles. I've been told by several cast members that all flavors of cotton candy in the parks are gluten & dairy-free. Check at different cotton candy locations throughout the parks, since some carry different color/flavor combinations.

Are Sunshine churros gluten free? ›

Important Gluten Free Tip: All churros at Disney are NOT gluten free!

Is the Peter Pan float gluten free? ›

Peter Pan Float

From what we understand, the Peter Pan Float from Storybook Treats, which features key lime ice cream, Sprite, and chocolate feather, can also be gluten free if you take off the chocolate feather! This treat is super cute and very tasty!

Is soft serve gluten free? ›

In fact, many flavors of hard ice cream and the vast majority of soft-serve ice cream flavors already are gluten-free. However, you will need to take some precautions against gluten cross-contamination, just as you should at any restaurant. In fact, ice cream served in shops is at high risk for cross-contamination.

Can you get gluten free Mickey waffles? ›

Does Disney World have Gluten Free Waffles? Yes, yes they do! You can find Gluten Free Mickey Waffles at 9/10 breakfast locations at the resorts.

What brand of chicken strips does Disney World use? ›

Two brands that you can currently find at Disney World are Ian's and Chef's Line. Ian's brand allergy-friendly chicken tenders are currently the most commonly found brand on property, with the Chef's Line brand being served at a few locations like Columbia Harbour House in the Magic Kingdom.

Is Walts chili gluten free? ›

This location serves breakfast and dinner with a variety of options, including Walt's chili which is naturally gluten free! Who wouldn't want to sit outside on Main Street U.S.A. enjoying a big ole' bowl of the red stuff that Walt himself might have enjoyed in the same spot in 1955?

Are Macarons gluten free? ›

Are Macarons Gluten Free? Yes, macarons are traditionally gluten free. They are made using almond flour, and almond flour is gluten free.

What Disney Resort has beignets? ›

The Mickey shaped beignets at Disney World are available at the Scat Cat's Club Cafe at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter. They are some available at the Scat Cat's Club Lounge near the Scat Cat Club Cafe. The cafe is open throughout the day, while the lounge opens later.

How much are Mickey beignets? ›

Banana Mickey-shaped Beignets – $8.99

It's very sweet.

How many calories are in a Mickey beignet? ›

Description. Personalized health review for User added: Disney, Disneyland beignets: 147 calories, nutrition grade (N/A), problematic ingredients, and more. Learn the good & bad for 250,000+ products.

Are Zebra Domes at Boma breakfast? ›

The Zebra Domes are right up there as the best dessert at Walt Disney World. They are unique, very tasty, and incredibly addictive! Best of all, they are on the Boma buffet, meaning unlimited supplies!

What is a zebra Dome? ›

So what exactly is a Zebra Dome? It's an Amarula Cream Liquor mousse surrounded by a layer of white chocolate, which is drizzled with chocolate and chocolate shavings. And underneath it all is a thin base of cake. If you're a fan of tiramisu, you'll love Zebra Domes (you can read our review here).

What happened to the zebra at Animal Kingdom? ›

A zebra at Disney's Animal Kingdom died Thursday morning in what guests say was a bizarre accident. The guests told sister station WESH the young zebra ran full speed into a gate after being spooked by two ostriches that had just been released into the safari enclosure.

Are Disney Mickey Mouse bars gluten free? ›

Speaking of cool treats, Mickey Bars are also gluten-free! They are vanilla ice cream shaped like Mickey dipped in chocolate. On a stick! And they're such a classic snack that always makes us feel good!

Is the popcorn at Disney gluten free? ›

chances are popcorn is a favorite of yours too. Disney World's freshly popped popcorn, found at a variety of outdoor kiosks throughout the Disney World theme parks, has long been gluten free, dairy free, and even vegan.

What gluten free bread does Disney use? ›

Restaurants at Disney World use several brands of gluten free dinner rolls, hamburger buns and bread, including Deanna's Gluten Free, Local Oven, Ener-G, and Udi's. When heated well, Deanna's Gluten Free dinner rolls and hamburger buns are my favorite, because they have the best taste and texture.

Are Disney pretzels gluten free? ›

So I did what any over-planner would do and I found out every single thing I might want that I could still get gluten free. Unfortunately, that pretzel wasn't on the list. Neither are churros. BEST PRICE GUARANTEE!

Does Disney have gluten free cinnamon rolls? ›

From brownies to cookies to cinnamon rolls, every single item is kosher and refined sugar-, gluten-, wheat-, soy-, dairy- and egg-free.

Does Disney have gluten free ice cream cones? ›

Gluten Free Ice Cream Cones—Like the ice cream sandwich, a good old-fashioned ice cream cone is a desired treat for many, including those who keep to a gluten free diet. Fortunately for them, most ice cream locations throughout Disney World offer special allergy free cones to suit such needs.

Is the Night Blossom gluten free? ›

Nestled in Pongu Pongu at Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Night Blossom is a popular fan-fave and deliciously gluten-free! This drink is perfect when you are craving a refreshing and frozen beverage.

Does Disney have gluten free desserts? ›

Gluten Free Bakeries at Disney- Erin McKenna's and Sprinkles

Disney Springs has a dedicated gluten free bakery. They are also vegan- so the textures can sometimes be 'off' from just a regular gluten free pastry. The Bakery is called, Erin Mckenna's, and offers a wide variety of yummy and safe pastries.

Are Disney caramel apples gluten free? ›

Caramel Apples: You can find caramel apples in almost every park in Disneyland and Disney World, along with Disney Springs and Downtown Disney. These are gluten free, but made in a facility with other gluten containing foods.

Is cotton candy at Disney gluten free? ›

They've also loved the Frozen/holiday-themed one with glittery sprinkles. I've been told by several cast members that all flavors of cotton candy in the parks are gluten & dairy-free. Check at different cotton candy locations throughout the parks, since some carry different color/flavor combinations.

Are Mickey ice cream sandwiches gluten free? ›

Sadly, the Mickey Ice Cream Bar sandwich is a no go for gluten free and dairy free.

Can you get gluten free Mickey waffles? ›

Does Disney World have Gluten Free Waffles? Yes, yes they do! You can find Gluten Free Mickey Waffles at 9/10 breakfast locations at the resorts.

What brand of chicken strips does Disney World use? ›

Two brands that you can currently find at Disney World are Ian's and Chef's Line. Ian's brand allergy-friendly chicken tenders are currently the most commonly found brand on property, with the Chef's Line brand being served at a few locations like Columbia Harbour House in the Magic Kingdom.

Are Disney churros dairy free? ›

Disneyland: Dairy-Free Snacks & Treats throughout the Parks

Note: Unfortunately, the churros do contain milk.

Are Mickey waffles peanut free? ›

If you don't ask, it's likely that dairy is being used in the regular mix or ingredients needed to make the mix. Are Mickey Waffles Peanut Free? None of the current Disney Waffle Mixes contain Peanut (making them free from peanut).

Does Disney popcorn have butter? ›

I am so very pleased to let you know that the standard popcorn offered throughout the parks does not contain dairy! Instead, it is popped using canola oil and coconut oil.

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