Boston Airport Vegan Options (2022 Guide)

Vegan Food at Boston Logan Airport

If you are looking for where to find vegan food inside of Boston’s Logan Airport, then you are in the right place.

Nothing is more frustrating than walking through an airport terminal and trying to figure out where the best vegan options are. Should you settle for what you see first or wander further down and hope you get lucky?

That is the game that we usually end up playing at an airport.

Not anymore! We have poured through the Logan Airport Dining Guide and have picked out the best vegan options as well as WHERE they are inside the airport. We break everything down into terminals below.

If you know of a great vegan option, especially if it’s a more local spot located in the airport, please let us know so we can continue to improve this page as a resource for vegans traveling through Boston!

Some locations will be linked back to our complete Vegan Options Guide for that restaurant. Click on any of those names to see everything vegan that restaurant chain offers.


Terminal A Vegan Options


Berkshire Farms Market

Small market with fresh fruit, cold items and snacks. They do have a menu of food that can be ordered but we do not have what, if anything, is vegan. If you find an option, let us know.

Dunkin’

Dunkin’s Chai Latte with an Espresso Shot and Oat Milk (left); Iced Coffee with a Mocha Swirl and Oat Milk (right)

For anyone that is familiar with the Northeast’s love for Dunkin’, it should come as no surprise that there is an insane amount of Dunkin’ Donuts inside the Boston Airport. That’s just fine with us because Dunkin’ has a couple of really good vegan options; avocado toast, hummus toast, and hashbrowns.

Most of their bagels, including the Everything and Cinnamon Raisin varieties are also vegan.

Finally, Oat Milk and Almond Milk are available to add to your coffee if you choose.

Starbucks

You have a plethora of hot or cold drink options with soy, almond or oat milk.

Be aware that an airport Starbucks may not have all of their food options but you can look for the chickpea bites & avocado protein box, one of their vegan bagels, oatmeal or overnight grains. 

You can also usually find an assortment of vegan friendly grab and go snacks at Starbucks as well.

B.Good

We were notified by a VeggL user that B.Good offers a Beyond Burger. We looked at their menu and see a black bean burger as well. We do not have confirmation if the black bean patty is vegan or if any of the buns are vegan. Be sure to ask prior to ordering.


Terminal B Vegan Options


Dunkin’ 

More Dunkin’ locations! Check the Dunkin’ listing just above in Terminal A to see our Dunkin’ breakdown.

Starbucks

You have a plethora of hot or cold drink options with soy, almond or oat milk.

Be aware that an airport Starbucks may not have all of their food options but you can look for the chickpea bites & avocado protein box, one of their vegan bagels, oatmeal or overnight grains. 

You can also usually find an assortment of vegan friendly grab and go snacks at Starbucks as well.

Peet’s Coffee & Tea

Pete’s offers hot & cold coffees with oat, almond, or soy milk. 

At most Peet’s, you will see the Everything Plant-Based Sandwich… when reviewing this location’s menu, they did not have it. You may find a fruit salad to be your only food option. 

Not Your Average Joe’s

Not Your Average Joe’s offers an Impossible Burger; however, it is served on a brioche bun. Most brioche buns are not vegan so you will have to double check that you can order this burger vegan. We have not confirmed if the fries share a fryer as well. 

If you learn more info on the vegan options from here, please let us know. 

Tico

The only option we were told that is vegan is Tico’s guacamole, chips & salsa. They do have burritos, rice and black beans but we have not been able to confirm if any of these are vegan. 

Stephanie’s

Thanks to our VeggL user, Nina, we were made aware of a couple of options at Stephanie’s! Order a Beyond Burger but on a salad (NO buns are vegan) of mixed greens and balsamic vinegar or a Hummus Plate with NO flatbread. The Hummus Plate comes with grilled vegetables, olives, artichoke hearts and hummus on mixed greens with balsamic vinegar drizzled. 

She also let us know all fried items share a fryer with animal products. 


Terminal C Vegan Options


Mija Cantina

Chips & Salsa or Chips & Guac are the only vegan options we are aware of. Mija Cantina also offers black beans and mexican rice but we have not confirmed if these are animal free options. 

Wahlburgers

Wahlburgers Impossible Burger
It may not look like much, but this was one of the best Impossible Burgers I’ve ever had.

The Belle of the Ball when it comes to vegan food inside the Boston Airport. Wahlburgers carries an Impossible Burger that can be made vegan. Just let them know that you are wanting to order the burger vegan.

If you have time, even if you’re not in Terminal C, Wahlburgers is worth going out of your way to get.

I’ve had Wahlburgers once. Donnie himself drove the Wahlburgers truck down and served us burgers outside the stadium after we played Boston College. It was amazing.

Dunkin’

Even more Dunkin’ locations! Check the Dunkin’ listing just above in Terminal A to see our Dunkin’ breakdown.

Starbucks

Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks locations. There is nothing overly special when it comes to getting a bite to eat at Starbucks (at least not yet!), but they do have bagels and a lentil bowl.

You can also usually find an assortment of vegan friendly grab and go snacks at Starbucks as well.


Terminal E Vegan Options


There is only one location listed for Terminal E on their dining guide. It’s an Italian place called Monica’s Mercato. We don’t have any info on whether or not they have any vegan options.


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We hope this guide helped make your quest for vegan food through the Boston Airport a little bit easier.

More Info

  • Restaurants were pulled from the Boston Logan Dining Guide. Be sure to check that page if you’d like to see all the restaurants located inside the airport.
  • Going to be doing more traveling today? We have vegan guides for close to a dozen other airports including Atlanta and Chicago O’Hare
  • 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!