Orlando International Airport Vegan Options (2022 Guide)

Orlando International Airport

Currently walking through the Orlando International Airport and trying to find the best vegan options to grab a bite to eat?

You’re in the right place!

This guide will show you the best vegan options that we have been able to compile throughout the Orlando Airport. Even better, we’ll show where you can find each of these options.

No need to play the vegan roll-the-dice game where you decide whether to stop at the ‘okay’ option you just found or keep walking down and crossing your fingers.

Here are the best vegan options we are aware of in the Orlando Airport. Are we missing a good one? Please contact us and let us know so we can improve this guide!


Vegan Options at Orlando Airport


Gates 1-29

Burger King

Burger King's Impossible Whopper
Burger King’s Impossible Whopper (order with NO mayo) and Fries

With the addition of the Impossible Whopper, Burger King instantly became one of the vegan-friendliest fast food chains. Pair it with some fries and you’ve got a quick and easy vegan order while you’re passing through the airport.

Starbucks

Starbucks now features Oat Milk at all of their US locations. They’ve also added a Chickpea Bites & Avocado ‘protein box’ to their menu.

It’s basically a healthier adult version of a Lunchable that many of us grew up on. It’s not the most exciting vegan option, but it’s definitely a step in a positive direction.


Gates 30-59, Food Court


Freshens

Freshens is a ‘healthy options’ spot that are often found in airports. They have a bunch of vegan smoothies that you can choose from (straight from the menu, no need to modify). You can also ‘create-your-own’ salad as well.

Qdoba

Qdoba has some excellent vegan options. Unfortunately, Impossible Meat may not be offered at airport locations; however, you have plenty to choose from including their rice, beans, fajita veggies, salsas, chips, and guacamole. 

Low stress ordering and delicious food makes Qdoba a great pick.


Gates 70-99


Auntie Anne’s

Have you been passing by Auntie Anne’s your entire vegan life because you just assumed that there was no way those delicious smelling pretzels could possibly be vegan?

Well, it turns out there are multiple vegan pretzel options (just make sure to order them with no butter) at Auntie Anne’s and even some vegan dipping sauces! Indulge!

Burger King

The is the second Burger King location in the airport. Check just above on this page for ordering suggestions.

Starbucks

Starbucks has a total of 4 locations in the Orlando Airport. Check the Starbucks entry just above (Gates 1-29) for suggestions.


Gates 100-129


Auntie Anne’s

There are a total of 3 Auntie Anne locations in the Orlando Airport. 5 of their varieties of pretzel – Original, Cinnamon Sugar, Sweet Almond, Raisin and Jalapeno – are vegan (just make sure to order them with no butter)!

Pair your pretzel with either the Marinara Sauce or Sweet Glaze Dip for an amazing sweet treat!

Chipotle

Chipotle Vegan Bowls and Chips
Chipotle’s vegan bowls along with a bag of chips to scoop is our favorite way to eat vegan at Chipotle

If you’re in gates 100-129, you’ve hit the jackpot! At least that’s how I feel when I stumble across a Chipotle, my all-time favorite place to grab a bite to eat.

Go with a burrito or bowl, either of the rice and beans choices, sofritas or the new plant-based chorizo, veggies, salsa, lettuce and guacamole for a meal that will have you ready to take that nap on the plane you’ve been waiting for.

Starbucks

Starbucks has a total of 4 locations in the Orlando Airport. Check the Starbucks entry just above (Gates 1-29) for suggestions.


Main Terminal Food Court


Auntie Anne’s

Auntie Anne’s has 3 locations within the Orlando Airport. Check the entries above for Auntie Anne’s suggestions.

Moe’s

Moe's Homewrecker Burrito
The Homewrecker Burrito with Moe’s Organic Tofu. Don’t forget chips and salsa! Those are both vegan too!

Moe’s may be one of the best spots to find vegan food in the airport. Simply create your own burrito with your choice of any of the ingredients (including Organic Tofu) that we list on our Moe’s Vegan Guide. 

Panda Express

The Eggplant Tofu, Chow Mein and Vegetable Springs are all great vegan options at Panda Express.

Note: We’ve heard many Panda Express’s are running on a limited menu at the moment and the Eggplant Tofu is not on the menu at many locations. Check with your location to confirm availability.


Main Terminal North Walk


Dunkin’ Donuts

Dunkin’ Avocado Toast with Roasted Tomatoes and Hummus with Roasted Tomatoes

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Avocado/Hummus Toaste with Roasted Tomatoes, and some really good hash browns make Dunkin’ a solid choice.

Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.


Main Terminal Level 1-B Side


Starbucks

New Starbucks Spring Items
The new Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso, Ice Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Espresso, Chickpea Box and a cameo from our Miss Mia.

Starbucks has a total of 4 locations in the Orlando Airport. Check the Starbucks entry just above (Gates 1-29) for suggestions.


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More Info

We hope this guide to the vegan options at the Orlando International Airport made your travel just a little bit better! If you have another airport stop in your near future, we have a growing list of airports there including locations like Atlanta and Philadelphia Airport!

Or just download the app and get access to them as soon as we add them!

*Featured Image Courtesy of Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA)

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!

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