FeaturesDec/Jan 2011 Issue

Special Diets: Visit Atlanta

Special Diets: Visit Atlanta

A special-diet travel guide to Southern hospitality

The thought of traveling can be intimidating for those of us with celiac disease and food allergies. Anxiety about meal planning and being away from the safety of our own kitchens can often deter us from hopping in the car or boarding a plane and exploring a new city. While these fears will never completely disappear, the good news is that more places around the United States are making moves to accommodate us. There are geographic pockets—vacation spots like Disney World and cities like New York—known for their progressive stance on dietary restrictions. As awareness increases, other areas—like Atlanta—are becoming more friendly to those with special dietary needs.

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