Atlanta Airport Vegan Options Guide 2021 (Hartsfield-Jackson)

Vegan at Atlanta Airport

Trying to find vegan options at the Atlanta Airport can literally feel like a crap shoot. Even if you pass something that may be an ‘okay’ option, should you take it or wait to see if you end up finding something better. Well, have no fear any longer. If you’re at the Atlanta Airport (which if you’re reading this you probably are) then we’ve got you covered!

We’re about to dissect the Atlanta Airport piece by piece and tell you where to find the best vegan options available.

When we initially wrote this guide, we attempted to give you the vegan options at EVERY location within the airport. What we ended up with was, essentially, information overload. We have since reworked this page to just show you the best vegan options within each area of the airport.

After all, there is no need to know that one location offers a side salad (if you take off the cheese and croutons) when the location next door to it has something amazing.

*We work tirelessly to keep each cheat sheet as updated as possible. However, things do change. If you notice a correction we need to make, please reach out to us.

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Vegan at Atlanta Airport

Atrium

  • Starbucks Coffee – Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal and a variety of snacks.
  • Auntie Anne’s – Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan as long as you ask for no butter on them! There are a couple options you can choose from including a couple different dipping sauces.
  • Burger King – Burger King offers the Impossible Whopper (order with no mayo) and the fries are vegan too.
  • TGI Fridays – Fridays has the Beyond Burger that can be made vegan with a few small modifications.
  • We Juice It – Tons of great vegan juice options here.

Concourse T (Gate)

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  • Jamba Juice (T3) – Tons of great vegan juice options. The Protein Berry Workout “Power Smoothie” and the Amazing Greens Smoothie are our favorites.
  • Subway (T6) – Make your own veggie sandwich.
  • TGI Fridays (T4) – Friday’s has the Beyond Burger that can be made vegan with a few small modifications.
  • Auntie Anne’s (T15) – Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan! There are a couple options you can choose from including a couple different dipping sauces.

Concourse A (Gate)

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Qdoba Impossible Fajita Bowl
The Impossible Meat really takes an already good Qdoba bowl over the top!
  • Qdoba Mexican Grill (A centerpoint) – Get a burrito or bowl featuring rice, beans, lettuce, salsa and Impossible Meat.
  • P.F. Chang’s (A centerpoint upper level) – Vegan Options include Veggie Lettuce Wraps (which are amazing), Ma Po Tofu and Thai Chili.
  • Dunkin Donuts (A28) – Lots of coffee options, Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches, Bagels and more.
  • Freshens (A25) – A variety of vegan smoothie options
  • Great Wraps (A Centerpoint) – Hummus Veggie Wrap
  • Asian Chao (A3) – Options can vary at Asian Chao. Some locations offer steamed tofu with mixed veggies, miso soup, cucumber rolls, veggie rolls, steamed rice, and fruit salad.

Concourse B (Gate)

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  • Dunkin Donuts (B26) – Lots of coffee options, Beyond Sausage breakfast sandwiches, Bagels and more.
  • Willy’s Mexican Grill (B centerpoint) – Has burritos, tacos and burrito bowls that come in both veggie and tofu options. We are waiting to hear back from Willy’s on EXACTLY what items are vegan. We will update when we receive more info.
  • Fresh to Order (B centerpoint) – Multiple options here that only require small modifications. Paninis on Ciabatta bread, Salads and Lentil Soup. While we don’t have a cheat sheet for Fresh to Order (yet!), they do. Click here to see it.
  • Freshens (B9) – A variety of vegan smoothie options
  • TGI Fridays (B centerpoint) – Fridays has the Beyond Burger that can be made vegan with a few small modifications.
  • Lotta Frutta (B23) – Fresh fruit cups, Juices and Salads along with a Just Veggin’ sandwich (minus the cheese)
  • Asian Chao (B centerpoint) – Options can vary at Asian Chao. Some locations offer steamed tofu with mixed veggies, miso soup, cucumber rolls, veggie rolls, steamed rice, and fruit salad.

Concourse C (Gate)

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  • Baja Fresh Express (C44) – “Make your own” bowl, burrito, taco. Tortillas, rice, beans and veggies are all vegan.
  • Starbucks Coffee (C16 & C37) – Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal and a variety of snacks.
  • Auntie Anne’s (C17) – Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan! There are a couple options you can choose from including a couple different dipping sauces.
  • Fresh Healthy Cafe (C45) – Wraps, Panini and Salads that can be made vegan with a few easy modifications. Also has smoothie options that are vegan as-is.
  • Pino Gelato (C17) – Vegan sorbet options – Lemon, Limoncello, Mango and Blood Orange.
  • Great Wraps Grill (C Centerpoint) – Hummus Veggie Wrap

Concourse D (Gate)

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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
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill (D27) – If you’ve found yourself in Concourse D, congratulations, you have the best vegan option at the Atlanta Airport in your concourse. Create your own burrito or bowl, with rice, beans, sofritas, peppers & onions, salsa and lettuce.
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels (D Centerpoint) – LOTS of options for bagels and a few vegan spreads to go with them.
  • Freshens (D Centerpoint) – A variety of vegan smoothie options
  • Auntie Anne’s (D23) – Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan! There are a couple options you can choose from including a couple different dipping sauces.
  • Garbanzo Mediterranean Grill (D Centerpoint) – “Make your own” Gyro, Salad, Pita or Wrap. Choose Falafel or mushrooms and then your choice of veggies.
  • Asian Chao (D7) – Steamed tofu with mixed veggies, miso soup, cucumber rolls, veggie rolls, steamed rice, and fruit salad.

Concourse E (Gate)

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  • Qdoba Mexican Grill (E Centerpoint) – Get a burrito or bowl featuring rice, beans, lettuce, salsa and Impossible Meat.
  • Panda Express (E Centerpoint) – Eggplant Tofu, Chow Mein and Spring Rolls are the main vegan options at Panda Express
  • Freshens (E Centerpoint) – A variety of vegan smoothie options
  • Subway (E Centerpoint) – Make your own veggie sandwich
  • Nature’s Table (E Centerpoint) – Steamed Vegetables, Brown Rice, Veggie Chili, Hearty Vegetable Soup, Fruit Salad, Veggie Wrap (Advise NO cheese), Rainbow Rotini, Garden Salad (Advise NO egg), Spring Mix Salad and Orange Juice.
  • TGI Fridays (E Centerpoint) – Fridays has the Beyond Burger that can be made vegan with a few small modifications.

Concourse F (Gate)

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  • Starbucks Coffee (F Arrivals & F Mezzanine) – Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal and a variety of snacks.
  • The Original El Taco (F Mezzanine) – Vegan Mercado taco! Rice and Beans are both vegan.

We hope this list of vegan options at the Atlanta Airport helps you the next time you’re in Atlanta (or perhaps more likely, right this second).

The idea for these airport lists started by me wandering around the Atlanta Airport trying to figure out if the place I was at was the best spot to get a bite or if there was something better down the way. We wanted to create a simple to use guide that showed you the best vegan options inside the airport and where you could get them!

If you have more airport stops along your journey, be sure to check out our Airport Vegan Guides main page with guides to other airports like O’Hare in Chicago and JFK in New York.

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