Whether you are in Anaheim for a short visit or coming to play at the Disney Parks, Southern California has so much to offer. Within 20 minutes of the Disney campus, you can find a plethora of allergen friendly plant-based restaurants. Here are some of our favorites:

Mother's Market

Mother's Market

Every trip to Southern California includes brunch at Mother's Market. We love their chickpea scramble and gf/v pancakes! Serves meat, but their gluten free and vegan options are clearly marked.

Mother's Market

Mother's Market

Cinnamon Swirl French Toast! You have to request the vegan batter, but this is just one of the many affordable breakfast items at our favorite diner/grocery store. ***NOT GF***

The Dirty Cookie

The Dirty Cookie

A super fun place to visit, they have edible shot glasses made of cookies! The inside has chocolate to keep your cookie from being soaked by the almond milk. (Order more milk because it's only a tiny bit and the cookies are a little on the dry side.)

Tacos Cancun

Tacos Cancun

This place is deeeelicious. They can pretty much make anything on the menu vegan and know which items are gluten free if you ask. Their food is very fresh, seems to be lower in sodium than traditional mexican restaurants, and is a family favorite. Try the horchata!

More Tacos Cancun

More Tacos Cancun

This visit was at the Costa Mesa location

Veggie Grill

Veggie Grill

This chain needs to be in every city. TONS of gluten free, soy free, and vegan options. All allergens available on their website, too.

Hug Life

Hug Life

This late-night pic, taken in the car, does not do Hug Life justice. They're linked below. Look at the huge dairy free menu!

Healthy Junk

Healthy Junk

It may have been an off night when we went, but Healthy Junk in Anaheim was underwhelming for me. We waited over an hour for our food and when it arrived it was oily, heavy, and portions were small compared to the prices. Gluten free options are noted on the menu.

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