If you’re in the Phoenix Airport looking for where you can grab some vegan food, then you’re in the right place.
This guide is designed to show you which restaurants inside the airport have the best vegan options and where you can find them.
It is important to note that some locations may be closed or operating on a limited basis.
Per the Phoenix Airport website – “Most restaurants and shops pre-security are shut down due to low demand. Shops post-security are open on a limited basis. Most vendors have advised that they are cutting hours due to a dramatic decrease in demand. Some airport lounges remain open and provide a variety of food and beverage options. Visit the Airport Lounges page to learn more.”
The Phoenix Airport actually has a dedicated page showcasing the vegan options that some of their restaurants offer. This is a really cool feature that we’ve not seen on any of the other airports we’ve researched. Much of the information on this page was pulled from there and we encourage you check that page out as well.
You will also notice that on some of the locations, there will be a link to the complete vegan guide for that restaurant. We have over 130 Guides for popular chain restaurants on VeggL.
Terminal 3 Vegan Options
Panera Bread (South Concourse & Gate C17 in Terminal 4)
If you’re looking for breakfast, Panera Bread has vegan offerings like bagels, steel cut oatmeal and fresh fruit cups.
If it’s lunchtime, Panera has a few salads, sandwiches and soups like can be ordered vegan with just a few modifications. We love the Veggie Mediterranean Sandwich (pictured above). Just make sure to order with no Feta and switch the bread out to one of their vegan friendly breads like the Black Focaccia.
Check out our Panera Bread Vegan Guide to see the full list of options.
Shake Shack (South Concourse)
If you get lucky, this location will be serving the Veggie Shack which can be ordered vegan by eliminating the mayo. If this Shake Shack doesn’t have the Veggie Shack then you may want to look somewhere else to get a bite. Shake Shack Vegan Guide
Starbucks (Multiple Locations)
Starbucks has 3 different locations in Terminal 3 along with a few more locations in Terminal 4. Starbucks carries Oat Milk now that you can add to any coffee order. While they don’t have any vegan food to get overly excited about, they do have a few different menu items to choose from. Starbucks Vegan Guide
Terminal 4 Vegan Options
Barrio Cafe (Gates D1-D8)
- Guacamole Barrio
- Ensalada Barrio with no chicken or cheese
- Fruit Plate
Blanco T & T (Gates A1-A14)
- Any taco on corn tortilla (ingredients are cooked in oil, not butter)
- Salads without dressing
Cowboy Ciao (Gates B15-B28)
- Ciao Mixed Greens (no cheese)
- Stetson Chopped (no trail mix)
- Burrata Insalata (no cheese)
- Bruschetta Duet (no cheese)
- West Coast Wrap (substitute avocado, no crema, no cheese)
- Beyond Sausage (Order with no egg and no cheese) (Update June 2021: Dunkin has discontinued it’s Beyond Sausage)
- Hash Browns
- Bagels (Plain, Multigrain, Cinnamon Raisin, Everything, Sesame)
Four Peaks (Gate A20)
- Fruit Platter
La Grande Orange (LGO) (Gates D1-D8)
- Famous English Muffin
- Local Organic Fruit
- Spicy Chickpea Lettuce Wraps
Los Taquitos (Gate C3)
- Veggie Taco
- Veggie Burritos
- Veggie Torta
Olive & Ivy (Gates A1-A14)
- Simple Salad
Panda Express (A9)
- Eggplant Tofu
- Vegetable Spring Rolls
- Chow Mein
- Super Greens
Pita Jungle (Gate B3)
- Greek Salad (no feta)
- Spinach Pasta Salad
- Falafel Pita/Bowl
- Hummus (Regular, Cilantro, Jalapeno, Red Pepper)
- Lentil Soup (without pita chips)
- Coconut Curry Soup (without pita chips)
- Lentils & Rice
- Garlic New Potatoes
- Fruit Cup
The Refuge Coffee Food and Wine (B1-B14)
- Veggie Wrap
- Caesar Salad
- Spinach Salad
Sir Veza’s Taco Garage (Gates C11-C20)
- Vegetarian Bowl (without cheese)
- Vegetarian Tacos (without cheese)
- Vegetarian Burrito (without cheese)
Tammie Coe Cakes (Gates A15-A30)
- Fresh Fruit Cup
- Hummus Snack Pack
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We hope this guide helped make your quest for vegan food through the Phoenix Airport a little bit easier.
- Restaurants were pulled from the Phoenix Airport 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 Los Angeles (LAX) and Denver