Philadelphia Airport Vegan Options (2021 Guide)

Philadelphia Airport Vegan Options

Are you traveling and need to know the vegan options at the Philadelphia Airport? You’re in the right place! Trying to find vegan options at the airport can be an enormously frustrating endeavor.

Maybe you find a ‘decent’ option as you’re walking through your concourse. Do you pull the trigger and go for it or do you keep walking down in search of something better? Knowing full well if you don’t find something better, you’ll be doubling back to grab something you wasn’t all that fired up for in the first place.

Here at VeggL, we find vegan options so you don’t have to! We have researched the Philadelphia Airport and found all the vegan options AND where they are located. Go through the airport with confidence knowing what you want to eat and exactly where to go to get it.

We have separated the airport by concourse. Then, we place each restaurant into one of three categories. First, locations that we know the options for. We also list these in order from what we feel has the best options to the ‘not-so-best’. You can click on the names of the majority of these places and it will take you to a dedicated cheat sheet for that restaurant.

Next, we have a section for restaurants that we are still researching. If you know information that can help make this page better, then by all means let us know! Finally there is a section for restaurants that we have confirmed do not offer vegan options.


Vegan Options at Philadelphia Airport


Terminal A-East

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Currito Burrito (A9) – Build your own burrito or burrito bowl. Vegan-friendly toppings include: tofu, white or brown rice, corn, black beans, Asian cabbage, cucumber, pico de gallo, and hummus.

Saladworks (A2) – Create your own salad with choice of greens, fresh vegetables, fruit, whole-wheat pasta, and beans.

Terminal A-West

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Dunkin’ Donuts (A20 & Arrival Hall) – Great Coffee with multiple plant based milks to choose from including Almond, Oat and now Coconut. On the food side, a few varieties of bagels and some darn good hash browns.

Bruegger’s Bagels (A24) – Great choice of Bagels and Coffee

Terminal B

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Auntie Anne’s (B4) – The pretzels are vegan! Not only do they have a couple varieties of vegan pretzels, but their are a couple dipping sauces that are vegan as well.

Terminal B/C Connector

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.

Starbucks – Lots of drink choices at Starbucks and a variety of simple food options including the new(ish) Chickpea Box pictured above.

It’s probably not going to be the best thing you’ve ever ate, but it is good and could make a good option for something quick and easy to get at the airport.

Subway – Maybe not the most exciting vegan option, but you can make yourself a veggie sandwich at Subway

Chick-Fil-A – The Waffle Fries are vegan (so is the multigrain bagel if it’s breakfast) and you can get a little creative with a wrap or a salad.

Terminal C

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Jamba Juice (C24) – TONS of vegan smoothie options along with some bowls are other food options.

Starbucks (C31) – Lots of drink choices at Starbucks and a variety of simple food options.

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen (C31) – Very little options here. Should not be your first choice.

Terminal D

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Jamba Juice (D6) – TONS of vegan smoothie options along with some bowls are other food options.

Dunkin’ Donuts (D12) – Great Coffee with multiple plant based milks to choose from including Almond, Oat and now Coconut. On the food side, a few varieties of bagels and some darn good hash browns.

Auntie Anne’s (D4) – The pretzels are vegan! Not only do they have a couple varieties of vegan pretzels, but their are a couple dipping sauces that are vegan as well.

D/E Connector

Dunkin’ Donuts – Great Coffee with multiple plant based milks to choose from including Almond, Oat and now Coconut. On the food side, a few varieties of bagels and some darn good hash browns.

Terminal E

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

Subway (E6) – Maybe not the most exciting vegan option, but you can make yourself a veggie sandwich at Subway

California Pizza Kitchen (E12) – There’s not a whole lot of outright vegan options at California Pizza Kitchen, but if you follow the link to our CPK Cheat Sheet (click the name) you can have quite a few choices with a few modifications.

McDonald’s (E11) – The Baked Apple Pie and a Side Salad. Not much else to get excited about.

Terminal F

To see the full list of options, click on the name to go to that restaurants Cheat Sheet (if available)

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 (F10) – One of the best vegan friendly fast casual chains out there. Get a bowl or burrito with Sofritas, beans, rice and your choice of veggie/salsa toppings.

As you can see, while we are working hard to bring you info you can use to find your next meal at the Philadelphia Airport, it’s not easy to find vegan options at some of these locations.

This is where we need you! Help us make this page better by reaching out to through any of the contact links on this page and let us know what you have found in the Philly Airport.

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