Dallas Fort Worth Airport Vegan Options (2022 Guide)

Vegan Options at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Are you currently looking for vegan options in the Dallas Fort Worth Airport?

You’re in the right place!

In this guide we’ll break down each concourse, giving you the best vegan options available, where they are and a couple menu suggestions.

Many chain location names are clickable and will take you to the complete vegan guide for that restaurant.

Finally, we found quite a few local restaurants inside the airport, but couldn’t determine which, if any, offered good vegan options. If you know of any good options that we’re missing, please reach out and let us know so we can improve this guide!


Terminal A


Einstein Bagels (A9 / A11)

Unfortunately, Einstein has yet to add a vegan schmear so two of the easiest suggestions is getting the Avocado Toast or the Avocado Veg Out. With the Avocado Veg Out, order with NO cream cheese.

You will have a plain bagel with tomato, lettuce, cucumbers, red onions and avocado. 

Whisk & Bowl (A13)

Coffee and Grab & Go items… Whisk & Bowl offers almond and soy milk for your coffee drinks and a VeggL user let us know the Quinoa & Veggie Wrap appears to be vegan friendly. Please double-check the ingredients for yourself. Thank you Matt for the suggestion!

Dunkin’ Donuts (A13)

No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections and some really good hash browns makes Dunkin’ a solid choice. Dunkin’ also now offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.

Qdoba (A16)

Qdoba has some excellent vegan options. Unfortunately, Impossible Meat may not be offered at airport locations; however, you have plenty to choose from including their rice, beans, fajita veggies, salsas, chips, and guacamole. 

Low stress ordering and delicious food makes Qdoba a great pick.

Starbucks (A20 / A37)

Starbucks Vegan Shaken Espresso
Starbucks Toasted Vanilla Shaken Espresso

With the many options of non-dairy milk (oat, almond, soy, coconut) available at all Starbucks, there is almost an infinite number of vegan drinks you can order using.

On the food side, you have a few options including the Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box and Bagels (plain, cinnamon raisin, everything). You can also check for their Strawberry Overnight Grains and snacks. 

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels (A21)

Many Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan (Original, Cinnamon and a few others) as long as you ask for them to be prepared with NO butter!

Verify with the airport location that they are able to make you a special order and be prepared to wait. The pretzels with NO butter are not an option that is readily available. 

Twisted Root (A24)

A VeggL user let us know about a vegan burger at Twisted Root called the Vegabond. We have not confirmed any other vegan options at the restaurant so double check when stopping by.

Panera Bread (A33)

Panera is great for fresh bagels, sandwiches, salads and bowls. Look for steel cut oatmeal with strawberries & pecans or either their Mediterranean Bowl or Veggie Sandwich. A couple of substitutions need to be made; find the most up-to-date info in the Panera Bread link. 


Terminal B


Plum Market (B4)

A VeggL user let us know that Plum Market offers Vegan Cauliflower Tacos. Seems this may be your only option but they sound good

Thank you, Larry!

Dunkin (B5 / B42)

Dunkin’ has a couple of milk alternatives for their coffee including oat milk. They also carry a few varieties of bagels, hasbrowns and either avocado or hummus toast. Their Hummus Toast with Roasted Tomatoes is so good.

Panda Express (B15)

The Eggplant Tofu, Chow Mein and Vegetable Springs are all great vegan options at Panda Express. 2020 Note: We’ve heard many Panda Express’s are running on a limited menu at the moment and the Eggplant Tofu is not on the menu at many locations.

Check with your location to confirm availability.

TGI Fridays (B10)

The Beyond Burger has made its way to TGI Fridays which makes it a great lunch or dinner option. Just make sure to order with no cheese or sauce. Be aware their airport menu is more limiting than what we have on their general vegan VeggL guide in the link. 

Starbucks (B12)

With the many options of non-dairy milk (oat, almond, soy, coconut) available at all Starbucks, there is almost an infinite number of vegan drinks you can order using.

Subway (B24)

Keep it simple at Subway… order a sub or salad with veggies and a sauce. Add a bag of chips. Look at the ingredients on the back of the chips of course. You can also check to see if this location offers the Veggie Patty. It’s vegan.

Auntie Anne’s Pretzels (B29)

Auntie Anne’s Cinnamon Sugar Pretzel (order fresh with NO butter) with their Sweet Glaze Sauce.

Many Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan (Original, Cinnamon and a few others) as long as you ask for them to be prepared with NO butter!

Verify with the airport location that they are able to make you a special order and be prepared to wait. The pretzels with NO butter are not an option that is readily available. 

Baskin Robbins (B42)

Baskin Robbins has a couple of non-dairy ice creams. These get changed out so we suggest checking with this location to verify what is available. 


Terminal C


Einstein Bagels (A6/ A9 / A11)

Unfortunately, Einstein has yet to add a vegan schmear so two of the easiest suggestions is getting the Avocado Toast or the Avocado Veg Out. With the Avocado Veg Out, order with NO cream cheese.

You will have a plain bagel with tomato, lettuce, cucumbers, red onions and avocado. 

TGI Fridays (C8 / C29)

The Beyond Burger has made its way to TGI Fridays which makes it a great lunch or dinner option. Just make sure to order with no cheese or sauce. Be aware their airport menu is more limiting than what we have on their general vegan VeggL guide in the link. 

Dunkin (C17)

Dunkin’ has a couple of milk alternatives for their coffee including oat milk. They also carry a few varieties of bagels, hasbrowns and either avocado or hummus toast. Their Hummus Toast with Roasted Tomatoes is so good.

Baskin Robbins (C17)

Baskin Robbins has a couple of non-dairy ice creams. These get changed out so we suggest checking with this location to verify what is available. 

Maggiano’s Little Italy (C17)

Maggiano’s has multiple pasta options. We recommend the Mediterranean Spaghetti that comes with roasted peppers, Kalamata olives, capers and a vegetarian tomato ragu. It’s really good. Don’t forget the Ciabatta Rolls! 

Starbucks (C21 / C27)

With the many options of non-dairy milk (oat, almond, soy, coconut) available at all Starbucks, there is almost an infinite number of vegan drinks you can order using.

On the food side, you have a few options including the Chickpea Bites & Avocado Protein Box and Bagels (plain, cinnamon raisin, everything). You can also check for their Strawberry Overnight Grains and snacks. 

Pizza Hut (C22)

Pizza Hut may be tricky in the airport since you have to customize so much to order a pizza. We have a few options listed on their guide if you would like to ask.

Banh Shop (C22)

Banh Shop is a Vietnamestyle style spot recommended by one of our VeggL users. To look at their menu, you will not see anything specifically labeled vegan but from what we have been told they “can make anything vegan.” Drunken Noodles, Pad Thai, and possibly a Veggie Roll. Verify what your vegan options are before ordering.

Thank you for the info, Morgan!


Vegan Options in Terminal D


Trinity Groves Food Lockers (D1)

Trinity Groves offers many vegan options specifically labeled on their menu. Options like Avocado Toast, Chips & Salsa or Guacamole and even a Vegan Avo Burger are available.

Shout out to our VeggL user Samantha for letting us know about this restaurant!

Bahn Shop Vegan Options
Banh Shop (D10)

Banh Shop is a Vietnamestyle style spot recommended by one of our VeggL users, Morgan. To look at their menu, you will not see anything specifically labeled vegan but from what we have been told they “can make anything vegan.”

Drunken noodles, Pad Thai, and possibly a veggie roll. Verify what your vegan options are before ordering.

Starbucks (D12 / D28)

With the many options of non-dairy milk (oat, almond, soy, coconut) available at all Starbucks, there is almost an infinite number of vegan drinks you can order using.

Subway (D18)

Keep it simple at Subway… order a sub or salad with veggies and a sauce. Add a bag of chips. Look at the ingredients on the back of the chips of course. You can also check to see if this location offers the Veggie Patty. It’s vegan.

Artisan Market (D27)

The Artisan Market’s menu has a V for vegan but cannot tell what specifically is vegan aside from the Peanut Butter and Jam.

We suggest asking because they do have falafel on pita but without the cheese and tzatziki sauce, it might be dry. Ask if there are any other options. They do oat milk and almond milk for their coffee drinkns. 

CRU Food & Wine Bar (D27)

A VeggL user let us know about CRU Food & Wine Bar… said their Vegan items are notated with a “V” and they will help make other items vegan if you ask. Thank you for the info, Larry!


Terminal E


From what we can see, Terminal E does not have as many restaurants as the other terminals so fewer options to be vegan. 

You can get fresh fruit smoothies from Freshens (E22) or coffee and bagels from Starbucks (E22).


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We sincerely hope that this guide helped your vegan food finding and decision making a little bit easier!

Have more flights today? We have a growing list of Airport Vegan Guides you can check out including locations like Las Vegas and Miami

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!