Casey’s Corner is, quite literally, on the corner of Main Street USA in the Magic Kingdom and it’s an iconic restaurant.
It’s actually the first quick serve that you’ll come to when you enter Magic Kingdom (unless you want to count Starbucks) and it’s a very cute themed area that leads into the main shopping plaza.
Casey’s corner does not have an Allergy Menu, so you’ll need to ask in person to confirm all of the options below. Good news is that I did ask, and there’s several options for everyone to enjoy!
So let’s look at the food allergy options over at Casey’s Corner
⭐ If this is your First Time to Disney World, you’ll want all the insider tips and done for you plans found in the Food Allergies at Disney World Made Easy Guide , If you’ve been here before and just need the best places to eat and snacks, see the Touring Plan and Snack Guide. Just Gluten Free? There’s a guide for that too!
***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.***
Does Casey’s Corner have a Dedicated Fryer?
No, Casey’s Corner has shared fryers, and with the risk of cross contact, it’s best for most of us to skip the fried foods.
What Allergy Substitutions does Casey’s Corner have?
You can find an Allergy Friendly HotDog Bun at Casey’s. This bun is made by Bloomfield Farms and does not contain Gluten or the Top 8 Allergens.
The top 8 allergens as recognized by Disney are: Wheat/Gluten (mixed together, ask in person for specifics!), Dairy/Milk, Soy (typically soy protein, often leaves out lethicin and oil from menus), Egg, Peanut/Treenut (mixed together, ask in person for specifics!), Fish/Shellfish (mixed together, ask in person for specifics!)
This means you can get a HotDog on an Allergy Bun, with a side of Mandarin Orange or Chips for a yummy Allergy Friendly Menu.
The HotDog does have Natural Flavors and does not say gluten free, so my family opts for the Plant Based Beyond Sausage (which is certified Gluten Free).
My review of Casey’s Corner
This is not a favorite quick-serve for our family because they have some really limited options–like they don’t have a kids menu which can be hurtful if you are on the dining plan as they will use an adult credit for a kids meal.
They also don’t have an actual allergen menu–just you speaking with the chef to see what modification you can make so that you can eat the foods.
BUT there are many quick serve options that do have allergy menus!
Here’s what we grabbed the last time we went in there- though, eater beware, it isn’t as fun, easy or safe as most of the other options in Magic Kingdom! It’s likely we won’t go back unless absolutely necessary.
I’d prefer other options like Pinocchio Haus, Peco Bills or a table service like Skipper Canteen.
Food Allergy Options at Casey’s Corner
We had to speak with a chef who broke out the binder–no menu to quickly look at. Here’s what they offer.
So, if you need a quick bite to eat before you head into Magic Kingdom, Casey’s Corner is an option. You’ll have to be careful and you may have to talk to a chef, but there are definitely other quick serves if you don’t want to deal with the hassle.
You can also check out this list of allergy-friendly options throughout Magic Kingdom!
Everyone should eat well on vacation! Learn more common questions and concerns in the Food Allergy FAQ or the Gluten Free Disney FAQ.
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