Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Vegan Options

Ronald Reagan Airport Vegan Options

If you’re flying out of, or landing into, the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and are now trying to find out what the vegan options are in the airport – you are in the right place!

In this guide, we’ll show you what’s vegan and where you can find each one inside the airport.

The Ronald Reagan Airport Dining Page has a cool feature that allows you to sort all of their restaurants by filters. One of those filters is vegan. So, what you may notice in a few of the locations we have listed here is that they passed the vegan filter (meaning they should have vegan options), however we’re not sure exactly what they are.

Note: We did omit a few locations that passed the filter, but looked very vegan-unfriendly with the possible exception of a house salad.

If you know something we don’t, please reach out to us and let us know so we can update and improve this guide!

On some of the chain locations, you’ll notice a link to our dedicated guide for that restaurant. Click on any of those links to see the full list of options at that particular chain!


Pre-Security


District Bar (Terminal A Gates 1-9)

This is the first of the locations we were just talking about. They pass the ‘vegan filter’, but we’ve not yet confirmed what on their menu is vegan and how it needs to be ordered. There is a Cauliflower Wrap on the menu that looks promising, but again, we’ve not confirmed yet.

Dunkin’ (National Hall)

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Avocado Toast and Hashbrowns makes Dunkin a decent choice. Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.

Qdoba (National Hall)

Qdoba has some excellent vegan options. They recently partnered with Impossible Meat and have an Impossible Fajita Bowl with rice, black beans, Impossible Meat, fajita peppers and salsa that can be ordered directly as-is straight off the menu. Low stress ordering and delicious food makes Qdoba a great pick.

Starbucks (National Hall)

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.

Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal and a variety of snacks. As of the Spring of 2021, Starbucks has a ‘vegan protein box’ that features Chickpea bites and reminds us of a Lunchable for grown-ups.


Post-Security


Terminal A

Custom Burger (Gates 1-9)

The name pretty much says it all. We’ve not confirmed yet which of their burgers or sides are vegan and what substitutions (if any) are needed. Just looking at their menu, they have a vegetable burger and a mushroom burger. We’re guessing one of those (or both) may be their vegan option.

Dunkin’ (Gates 1-9)

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Avocado Toast and Hashbrowns makes Dunkin a decent choice. Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.

Reservoir (Gates 1-9)

Bistro with a broad menu. No confirmed vegan options yet.

Terminal B

Cava Mezze Grill (Gates 10-22)

CAVA Falafel Pita
I doubled down on the Harissa and the Spicy Harissa Vinaigrette… this pita brought the heat!!!

Cava is a combo of a Greek and Mediterranean inspired flavors served in bowls and pitas. It’s a fast casual, build-your-own type of spot. We recommend checking out our full Cava Guide for all available options, but there are plenty of them including falafel, harissa and hummus just to name a few.

One word of advice: If they say something is spicy, believe them! I love spicy food and have had my eyes watering on more than one occasion at Cava.

Starbucks (Gates 10-22)

Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal and a variety of snacks. As of the Spring of 2021, Starbucks has a ‘vegan protein box’ that features Chickpea bites and reminds us of a Lunchable for grown-ups.

Terminal B/C

Big Bowl (Gates 23-34)

Authentic Chinese and Thai restaurant. No confirmed vegan options yet.

Dunkin’ (Gates 23-34)

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Avocado Toast and Hashbrowns makes Dunkin a decent choice. Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.

Lebanese Taverna (Gates 23-34)

Local Lebanese chain. Lots of promising looking vegan-friendly menu items, but no confirmed vegan options yet.

U Street Pub (Gates 23-34)

No confirmed vegan options yet.

Terminal C

& Pizza (Gates 35-45)

If you’re not familiar with & Pizza, they are a ‘create-your-own’ pizza place similar to a Blaze or MOD Pizza. In addition to the dozens of fresh veggies you would normally expect, they also carry a vegan sausage, vegan mozzarella and a spicy chickpea topping that is ridiculously good.

Dunkin’ (Gates 35-45)

Iced Coffee w/Oat Milk & Mocha Swirl and Iced Latte w/Oat Milk and Unsweet Vanilla Shot

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Avocado Toast and Hashbrowns makes Dunkin a decent choice. Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.

Kapnos Taverna (35-45)

Greek restaurant. Passed the ‘vegan filter’ but no confirmed options yet.

Washington Pour Bar (35-45)

Capital City-themed gastro pub. They do have Beyond Meat on the menu, but no confirmed vegan options yet.

Wow Bao (Gates 35-45)

I learned something today and am now going to pass it on to you. A baozi, or bao, is a type of steamed, filled, bun used in Chinese cuisines with many different fillings and preparations. Pretty cool, but no confirmed vegan options yet though.


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More Links and Info

  • For more info on the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, head over to their Official Website.
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