My family has a lot of special needs that make dining interesting to say the least. We've got lots of allergies between the group of us plus DH is a type 2 diabetic (who cheats frequently) and DD15 has Asperger Syndrome which is a high functioning form of autism. Here's our lists of allergies. DD15: gluten, milk, eggs, citrus (citric acid is ok), yeast, msg, peanuts (minor - cross contamination not a concern) DD12: gluten, milk, hazelnuts, brazil nuts, ,sesame, hops, peanuts (minor - cross contamination not a concern), blueberry, cranberry, raw carrots, lima beans, raw fruit skins besides grapes, citrus (citric acid is ok) soy products other than Tofutti and Follow Your Heart (soys not the problem but we havent identified what ingredient in Silk and other soy products cause Oral Allergy Syndrome) Me: gluten, milk, sesame, hazelnut, peanuts (minor - cross contamination not a concern), pork (trace amounts ok) During our trip we ate at the following locations: Cooke's of Dublin post 2 Babycakes post 4 Kona Island Sushi Bar post 3 The Plaza post 7 Sunshine Seasons post 8 1900 Park Fair (supper) post 17 Kona Café (brunch) post 18 Sci-Fi Dine-In Theatre post 19 Tony's Town Square post 20 Biergarten post 21 'Ohana (brunch) post 22 In addition to food I'm going to try to explain about environment as it relates to DD15 and her issues associated with her autism. Let the drooling begin.