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’ll breakdown each concourse, giving you the best vegan options available, where they are and a couple 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.
We do have a few options for you below, including one that is 100% vegan!
If you know of any good vegan options inside the airport, please reach out and let us know so we can improve this guide for all of us!
Note: Some locations are still temporarily closed. We suggest checking on the Austin Airport Dining Page to the most updated openings and closings.
Many chain locations names are clickable and will take you to the complete vegan guide for that restaurant.
Vegan Options at Austin Airport
Barbara Jordan Terminal
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.
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 their is 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!
Hut’s Hamburgers (Gate 14)
Hut’s Hamburgers are tagged vegan by the Austin Airport, but we haven’t been able to confirm any vegan options yet.
Starbucks (Baggage Carousel #1 & Past Checkpoint 1)
Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks and there is almost an infinite number of Starbucks vegan drinks you can order using one of the dairy-free milk alternatives (Starbucks also carries Almond, Soy and Coconut milk)
On the food side, the options get a little less exciting even with the recent release of a ‘vegan protein box’ featuring chickpea bites that reminds us of a grown up version of a Lunchable.
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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!