Walking through the Miami International Airport and looking for some good vegan options?
You are in the right place!
This guide is designed to give you the best vegan options in each concourse of the Miami Airport.
Having said that, there are not a ton of vegan options to choose from inside the airport (at least that we are aware of yet!).
With that in mind, if you know of any good vegan food available inside Miami Airport, especially from some of the more local restaurants, please reach out and let us know so that we can add and improve this guide!
Miami International Airport Vegan Options
TGI Friday’s (D36) – TGI Friday’s carries the Beyond Burger (order without cheese) which creates an easy ordering option if you have a little time to kill before your flight. There is also a Chinese Salad on their menu that can be ordered vegan if you omit the chicken.
Dunkin’ (D41) – Dunkin’ has a Beyond Sausage that you can get on a muffin. Just make sure to order with no egg or cheese. (Update June ’21: Dunkin has discontinued the Beyond Sausage from their menu)
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.
Pizza Hut (E7) – Pizza Hut recently did a trial run with Beyond Meat back in early 2021. Unfortunately, after the short trial run it was taken back off the menu. This is made even more unfortunate due to the fact that the Beyond Meat Pizza Hut pizza was actually really, really good.
You can still grab breadsticks, cinnamon stix and French Fries as regular Pizza Hut locations and we imagine at least the breadsticks would be available at
Pizza Hut Express (E Satellite) – Not sure why two Pizza Huts in basically the same concourse are necessary, but here ya go.
Dunkin’ (Central Terminal) – 1 of 2 Dunkin’ locations in MIA. Check just above at Concourse D to get menu suggestions.
Pizza Hut Express (G15) – As we’ve been building all these airport vegan guides, we’ve come across some restaurant/airport relationships that make a lot of sense. There are a bunch of Dunkin’s in Boston and Starbucks in Seattle.
For reasons we’re not sure of, there is a Pizza Hut in almost every concourse at MIA. So, if you love some Pizza Hut breadsticks, you’ve just hit the jackpot.
Pizza Hut (H12) – Yet another Pizza Hut. Check the Pizza Hut in Concourse E for menu suggestions.
Concourse H-J Connector
Jamba – Jamba has a good selection of plant-based smoothies that can be ordered as-is directly off the menu. They also recently added an Impossible Handwich consisting of an Impossible Sausage on a Sprouted Bun (just make sure to order with NO cheese).
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