Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Anchorage Airport Vegan Options

If you’re at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Anchorage, Alaska and you’re looking for vegan-friendly food (and where you can find it all) then you are in the right place! And if you’re here planning ahead before you get there, even better!

We’ve taken the time to scour through the Anchorage (ANC) Alaska’s Dining Guide to find everything vegan-friendly in the airport and where everything is located.

We are also very fortunate that we have our VeggL community that often reaches out to us to let us know about vegan options that they find in airports as well.

So, let’s get right to it, here is your Vegan Guide to the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.


Vegan Options at Anchorage Airport


All Dining locations are located in the South Terminal.


A Concourse


Starbucks

Starbucks Vegan Shaken Espresso
Starbucks Toasted Vanilla Shaken Espresso

If all else fails you can almost always count on finding a Starbucks inside an airport (there is actually a Starbucks in each Concourse of the airport). They have way too many vegan-friendly drinks to list here, most with either no or only slight modifications needed to order them vegan.

I suggest the Toasted Vanilla Shaken Espresso or click on Starbucks above to see our full guide.

If you’re also getting food, I would suggest going with a bagel. Starbucks has multiple varieties of bagels that are vegan including the Plain, Cinnamon Raisin and Everything. Look for Justin’s Hazelnut or Classic Almond Butter as a spread.


B Concourse


There are only a few dining locations in the B Concourse and no vegan options that we are aware of. (Yes, that includes Cinnabon)


C Concourse


Cream

Cream, which stands for ‘Cookies Rule Everything Around Me’, is a small California-based chain that specializes in (you guessed it!) cookies!

Even better, we discovered that they carry vegan options straight off their menu. Their specialty is ice cream sandwiches (ice cream sandwiched by two cookies). You can choose from ice cream flavors like Soy Mint Chip and Soy Strawberry.

Then, sandwich your ice cream with vegan-friendly cookies like Chocolate Banana Bliss and Maple Oatmeal Spice. How good does that sound?!

McDonald’s

McDonald’s doesn’t have very many vegan options (do not order French fries), but since the overall amount of dining options is limited we wanted to share what you can order at McDonald’s.

If it’s breakfast time you can order the Fruit & Maple Oatmeal (order with NO cream). For lunchtime, it’s pretty much just Apple Slices if all you need is a quick snack. McDonald’s took salads off the menu a little while back and the McPlant hasn’t fully rolled out nationwide yet.


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More Links and Info

  • If you’d like to see the complete list of vegan options the Anchorage Airport, head over to their official Eat & Shop pageOpens in a new tab..
  • Have more flights today? VeggL has dozens of vegan airport guides, including other popular locations like the Seattle Tacoma Airport (SEA) and Chicago’s O’Hare Airport (ORD).
  • Cross-Contamination: In any restaurant that is not 100% vegan or does not offer a designated cooking space for their vegan options, cross-contamination can occur and fryers/grills may be shared with animal products. You can choose what your level of comfort is with these potential issues.
  • 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!