I love having places to stop where I know that we can all eat safely without allergies. That’s why, when I’m looking for a cool treat at Magic Kingdom, I swing into Auntie Gravity’s for some allergy free ice cream!
They’ve got lots of yummy treats to keep you cool, which, let’s be honest, is needed 10 months out of the year. Disney World can be really hot year round!
***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***
Where’s it located
You can catch Auntie Gravity’s over in Tomorrowland in Magic Kingdom. If you enter Tomorrowland from Main Street, go all the way down till you hit the T and it will be on your left. (There’s a shop, then there’s Auntie Gravity’s.)
It’s in the ‘astro orbitor’ ‘tomorrowland speedway’ ‘people mover’ area.
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Very. No steps, no stairs, easily accessible counters. Plenty of room to move around and order despite being a smaller food service area.
What’s Special There?
Ice cream galore! Well, not really. There’s about 5-10 options on any given day. Mostly floats and sundaes.
They tend to have seasonal treats, and you can peep the fall goodies here. We really just like to stop in on a hot day and get a coke float!
Precautions and Eating with Allergies at Disney World
For one, when you reserve dining, make sure to list your allergies. (They don’t have options for all, so pick what you can!) Then CLARIFY at check in that you have allergies, get an allergen menu and ask to speak to a chef or manager.
Please consider talking to a manager or chef- especially if you have more than one allergy and ESPECIALLY if you have a cashier that might seem like they don’t know what they are doing.
As far as the kitchens, Disney has dedicated allergy kitchens and we know that they follow FARE guidelines. If they have a risk of CC they tell you.
For me, the times I’ve had exposure was when the cashier/server didn’t understand/didn’t properly list the allergies/gave me incorrect information.
In their defense, they aren’t necessarily trained in allergies–so talk to a chef or manager if you are concerned.
You know those gut feelings that something isn’t right. Speak up! They have never given me any problems. (Okay, once at a quick serve place did a cashier give me grief, but that’s the exception.)
Our Review and what we ate
We’ve eaten here approximately 38980280484 times so I don’t have pictures of everything, nor do I care to take pictures of everything we eat.
BUT I will say that this is one of our favorite places to stop, and the lines aren’t as long as the plaza ice cream parlor on main street.
What we like to get:
We also really love eating soda floats. Plus they have lots of seasonal treats.
The Allergy Menus
Auntie Gravity’s offers up some great allergy-free treats! Just make sure to ask if you’re unsure about anything and don’t be afraid to ask to speak with a chef or manager, especially if the person you’re talking to doesn’t seem to know!