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Gluten-free Tea at the Allis

I can't believe I am almost at the end of my last winter break for a while. As a senior in college, I am experiencing a lot of "lasts," and while it's easy to get sentimental and a bit sad, it also leaves room for excitement for what the future will hold. Post graduation, I will be moving to Chicago, so in the meantime I've been taking time to explore the city and with that my mission has been to find all the best gluten-free spots in the city.

High tea is one of my favorite ways to celebrate, as it combines my love of tea and anything remotely fancy. The Allis in Chicago had a few delicious treats that I enjoyed, and the server reassured me there would be little cross contamination. My meal consisted of gluten-free avocado toast, a vegan chocolate cake with coconut ice cream, with a final tier of berries. It was the perfect amount of food and satisfied all the cravings I had. All in all, I would definitely go back.

-Sema