Phoenix Airport Vegan Options (2023 Guide)

Vegan at Phoenix Airport

If you’re in the Phoenix Sky Harbor 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.

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 200 Guides for popular chain restaurants on VeggL.


Vegan Options at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport


Pre-Security


Peet’s Coffee (Terminal 3)

Coffee, cold brew, tea… ask which non-dairy milk they have available. We have not confirmed if this location carries their vegan breakfast sandwich. It is not on the menu attached to the airport link. 

Chelsea’s Kitchen (Terminal 4)

The menu said it was a temporary menu but it has Chips & Salsa + Guacamole. 

Dunkin’ (Terminal 4)

This is an easy stop for caffeine and a bite to eat.

Dunkin’ has good coffee drinks, teas and refreshers. You can find a few vegan food options as well. 

We’re fans of their Avocado Toast with Roasted Tomatoes, Hash Browns and Bagels (Plain, Cinnamon Raisin, Everything & Sesame). To be safe, we suggest ordering your bagel with NO cream cheese. 

Ask which non-dairy milk options they have available here. Oat, Almond and Coconut are what’s typically available at a Dunkin’.

Wild Flower Bread Company (Terminal 4)

We have not confirmed these options so please let us know if you ask. We found organic steel cut oatmeal and a fruit cup on the menu. They also have sourdough bread… you could ask for a veggie sandwich with on sourdough (or another bread that may be vegan-friendly), their Vegetable Quinoa.

Their salad menu even has plant based chicken listed. That may be worth asking about!


Post-Security


Terminal 3 Gate E


Scramble (Gate E4)

With vegan and gluten-friendly options, Scramble prides itself on using local farmers and vendors to deliver fresh and delicious grab-and-go food.

Starbucks Pink Drink. Vegan as-is!

Starbucks (Gate E5 and in the Gate E/F connector area)

Starbucks has 3 different locations in Terminal 3 along with a few more locations in Terminal 4.

Starbucks carries multiple non-dairy milk options you can add to any coffee order. Our favorites are a Cafe Mocha with oat milk (NO whip), a Blonde Vanilla Latte with soy milk or the Pink Drink. 

As for food, look for their Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box, a Bagel (plain, cinnamon, everything) with Avocado Spread or one of their many snacks like fruit, Hippeas or mixed nuts. Check the ingredients on the bag first!


Terminal 3 Gate F


The Tavern (Gate F3)

We have not confirmed that The Tavern has vegan options we noticed a few that might be. If you have a little time and want to ask, let us know so we can keep this guide as up-to-date as possible. 

Ask about their Damn Good Bowl of Noodles with Vegetables (with NO egg), Avocado Toast or Steel Cut Oatmeal.

Panera Bread (Gate F6)

Panera Mediterranean Veggie Sandwich
This Mediterranean Veggie Sandwich exceeded my expectations. I changed the Tomato Basil bread out for the Black Focaccia (amazing!). The drink is a Prickly Pear Hibiscus Fresca – great summer drink.

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 and sandwiches that 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 bread like the Black Pepper Focaccia.

They also have an Asian Sesame salad you can order by omitting the chicken and wontons

Please be aware that airport locations may have a limited menu. 

Check out our Panera Bread Vegan Guide to see the full list of options.


Terminal 4 Gate A


Blanco Tacos & Tequila (Gate A5)

Order Chips & Salsa (add guacamole) and/or the Veggie Tacos with NO sour cream.

Olive & Ivy (Gate A3)

Olive & Ivy’s menu attached to the airport does not show hummus, oatmeal or a simple salad but that is what the airports mention of vegan options has on it. We suggest asking if and what options they may currently have. 

Panda Express Vegan Options
Overhead of a few of the vegan options at Panda Express: Chow Mein, Steamed Rice, Super Greens and Vegetable Spring Rolls. 

Panda Express (A9)

Panda Express is only getting better… you can order their Beyond Orange Chicken, Chow Mein, Super Greens, and Steamed Rice then don’t forget your Vegetable Spring Rolls!

Wild Flower Bread Company (A9)

We have not confirmed these options so please let us know if you ask. We found organic steel cut oatmeal and a fruit cup on the menu. They also have sourdough bread… you could ask for a veggie sandwich with on sourdough (or another bread that may be vegan-friendly), their Vegetable Quinoa.

Their salad menu even has plant based chicken listed. That may be worth asking about!

Peet’s Coffee (Gate A18)

Coffee, cold brew, tea… ask which non-dairy milk they have available. We have not confirmed if this location carries their vegan breakfast sandwich. It is not on the menu attached to the airport link. 

Four Peaks (Gate A20)

A fresh fruit platter is said to be available and we noticed they have Hot Irish Steel Cut Oatmeal. We suggest asking if this is a vegan option. 

Tammie Coe Cakes (Gate A25)

A fresh fruit cup & hummus snack pack are listed to be vegan items available at Tammie Coe Cakes. 


Terminal 4 Gate B


Cowboy Ciao (Gate B3 & B22)

The following dishes can be modified to be vegan:

  • 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)

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 

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

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 

The Refuge Coffee Food and Wine (Gate B9)

  • Veggie Wrap
  • Caesar Salad
  • Spinach Salad

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 

Starbucks (Gate B17)

Starbucks has 3 different locations in Terminal 3 along with a few more locations in Terminal 4.

Starbucks carries multiple non-dairy milk options you can add to any coffee order. Our favorites are a Cafe Mocha with oat milk (NO whip), a Blonde Vanilla Latte with soy milk or the Pink Drink. 

As for food, look for their Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box, a Bagel (plain, cinnamon, everything) with Avocado Spread or one of their many snacks like fruit, Hippeas or mixed nuts. Check the ingredients on the bag first!

La Madeleine (Gate B20)

The airport location’s menu is limited but we suggest cross-referencing our La Madeleine vegan guide with their menu items to find a vegan option. 


Terminal 4 Gate C


Starbucks (Gate C1)

Starbucks has 3 different locations in Terminal 3 along with a few more locations in Terminal 4.

Starbucks carries multiple non-dairy milk options you can add to any coffee order. Our favorites are a Cafe Mocha with oat milk (NO whip), a Blonde Vanilla Latte with soy milk or the Pink Drink. 

As for food, look for their Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box, a Bagel (plain, cinnamon, everything) with Avocado Spread or one of their many snacks like fruit, Hippeas or mixed nuts. Check the ingredients on the bag first!

Los Taquitos (Gate C3)

  • Veggie Taco
  • Veggie Burritos
  • Veggie Torta

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 

Panera Bread (Gate C17)

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 and sandwiches that 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 bread like the Black Pepper Focaccia.

They also have an Asian Sesame salad you can order by omitting the chicken and wontons

Please be aware that airport locations may have a limited menu. 

Sir Veza’s Taco Garage (Gate C13)

  • Vegetarian Bowl (without cheese)
  • Vegetarian Tacos (without cheese)
  • Vegetarian Burrito (without cheese)

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 


Terminal 4 Gate D


Barrio Cafe (Gate D1)

  • Guacamole Barrio
  • Ensalada Barrio with no chicken or cheese
  • Fruit Plate

This information was pulled from the alternative dishes section of the Phoenix Aiport website. 

La Grande Orange (Gate D1)

  • Famous English Muffin
  • Local Organic Fruit
  • Spicy Chickpea Lettuce Wraps

Peet’s Coffee (Gate D1)

Coffee, cold brew, tea… ask which non-dairy milk they have available. We have not confirmed if this location carries their vegan breakfast sandwich. It is not on the menu attached to the airport link. 


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

More Info

  • 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.
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