Are you currently looking for vegan options in the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport located in Austin, Texas?
You’re in the right place!
In this guide, we give you every vegan option we can find, where they are and a couple of menu suggestions.
The Austin Airport provided us with some “problems” that we loved. The Austin Airport, in true Austin fashion, is mostly local restaurants. While we love seeing this, it does make researching and finding vegan options a bit tougher.
If you know of any additional vegan options inside the airport, please reach out and let us know so we can improve this guide for all the vegan travelers!
Vegan Options at Austin Airport
Many chain location names are clickable and will take you to the complete vegan guide for that restaurant.
Barbara Jordan Terminal
Caffe’ Medici (Gate 7)
Coffee & Espresso with non-dairy milk options. Their online menu does not state which non-dairy milks are available though. Please ask prior to ordering.
Vino Volo (Gate 8 & 22)
We had a VeggL user let us know Vino Volo is an option. We suggest asking what their vegan options are or what can be made vegan.
Farmers Fridge (Gate 9 & 23)
Vegan Options in a fridge (aka a vending machine), touchless ordering and offers a reward program with the Farmer’s Fridge app. You can find a variety of options ranging from oats, a burrito bowl, chips & guac and even vegan cookie dough bites. These options will always vary.
Jugo (Gate 10)
Jugo offers fresh juice, smoothies, coffee, lattes and tea. There is food as well but the pb&j may be the only vegan looking option. We suggest asking prior to ordering.
Komé Sushi A-Go-Go (Gate 13 / near Austin City Market)
Kome offers quite a few vegan options on its main website menu. Be aware that their airport location may vary with their offerings: edamame, mango avocado sushi roll, kappa-ume-shiso, kanpyo maki, kappa maki, ume-gobo, natto maki and oshinko.
Lick It Up! (Gate 14 & 28)
Lick It Up is a small 100% vegan restaurant with Mexican street food. You will see burritos and breakfast tacos on the menu currently. They also have a couple of salsas you can choose from.
A VeggL user let us know Lick It Up was a great all-vegan spot to stop at with good prices. They did mention the red sauce was pretty hot though…so be aware of that. Thank you for this info, Tracy!
Lick It Up also sits with an organic coffee shop called, Ruta Maya. We do not have a menu for Ruta Maya but if you learn what vegan options they have or at least what non-dairy milk they offer, please let us know!
Hut’s Hamburgers (Gate 14)
Hut’s Hamburgers states on the airport website that they are vegan-friendly but we cannot find a menu to see what their vegan options specifically are. If you happen to stop by and learn more, please let us know!
Starbucks (Just past Checkpoint 1 / between Gates 14 & 15)
If all else fails you can almost always count on finding a Starbucks inside an airport. They have way too many vegan-friendly drinks to list here, most with either no or only slight modifications needed to order them vegan. I highly suggest checking out our Starbucks Vegan Guide to help with ordering a drink.
If you’re also getting food, I would suggest going with a bagel. Starbucks has multiple varieties of bagels that are vegan including the Plain and Everything. Look for Avocado, Justin’s Hazelnut or Classic Almond Butter as a spread.
Mad Greens (Gate 16)
Thanks to a VeggL reader, we received info on this healthy food option.
Mad Greens offers salads, wraps and grain bowls. Order their Buddha Bowl. It comes with tofu in a Piri-Piri sauce, spinach, wild rice, pumpkin seeds, red onion and edamame; topped with a balsamic vinaigrette.
JuiceLand (Gate 17)
100% Vegan! JuiceLand has an array of fruit, vegetable and protein smoothies, cold-press bottled juices, shots and juice cleanses. They also offer a variety of plant-based vegan grab & go meals.
According to the Austin Airport guide, JuiceLand is open 7 days/week 5am-1:30pm.
Thurman’s (Gate 21)
Thurman’s has vegan tagged on the Austin airport website but there is no menu available. It does mention an Impossible Burger so we suggest looking for that on the menu and asking what other vegan options they might have.
Hat Creek Burger Co. (Gate 21)
According to the menu at Hat Creek, their Veggie Burger (made from Black Bean Quinoa) can be made vegan if ordered on a lettuce wrap instead of a bun.
The Fries, Tots and Sweet Potato Fries are vegan themselves, but do share a fryer with the fried pickles and chicken tenders. Up to you whether the cross-contamination is an issue.
Tacodeli (Gate 23)
Looking through their menu they have at least one, the Freakin Vegan, vegan option on their menu but it looks like there are a couple options that either are or can be easily made vegan.
We’ve reached out to Tacodeli and will update here once we hear back!
Caribou Coffee & Einstein Bros. Bagels (Gate 24)
With the mix of these two, you might some good vegan options depending on what the airport location offers. Airport locations can vary with their menus. We suggest cross-referencing their guides to find your perfect vegan order.
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More Links and Info
- Need more info on the Austin-Bergstrom Airport? Make sure to check their Official Website, or if you want more info on all the dining options at the airport you can go straight to there Dining Page.
- VeggL contains hundreds of vegan guides including guides for other airports like Dallas Fort Worth and the Oakland International Airport.
- Disclaimer: We do everything possible at VeggL to make sure all our Vegan Guides are as up to date as possible, but sometimes menus and menu items can change. VeggL is not responsible for incorrect or outdated information. Always check with your location and server to confirm items are vegan when ordering. If you notice something that needs to be corrected – please let us know!