Washington Dulles International Airport Vegan Guide

Washington Dulles Airport Vegan Options

Are you currently looking for vegan options in the Washington Dulles International Airport?

You’re in the right place!

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

Note: Some locations are still temporarily closed. We suggest checking on the Washington Dulles Airport Dining Page to the most updated openings and closings.

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

Finally, we found 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!


Vegan Options at Chicago Midway Airport


Terminal – Baggage Claim Level

Starbucks (Baggage Claim 14) – Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks and there is almost an infinite number of Starbucks vegan drinks you can order using one of the dairy-free milk alternatives (Starbucks also carries Almond, Soy and Coconut milk)

On the food side, the options get a little less exciting even with the recent release of a ‘vegan protein box’ featuring chickpea bites that reminds us of a grown up version of a Lunchable.

Z Gates / South Finger

Dunkin’ – No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin) and Beyond Sausage 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.

Subway – Subway doesn’t have any vegan options that are going to wow you, but you can put together a veggie sub and a bag of chips.

Concourse A

Dunkin’ (A23) – No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin) and Beyond Sausage 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.

Jersey Mike’s (A4) – Jersey Mike’s recently unveiled a new Grilled Portabella & Swiss Sub. Obviously omit the swiss cheese and make sure to get the sub on either Wheat or Seeded Italian Bread. A pretty good upgrade from just having to order lettuce and tomatoes on bread!

Starbucks (A5) – Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks and there is almost an infinite number of Starbucks vegan drinks you can order using one of the dairy-free milk alternatives (Starbucks also carries Almond, Soy and Coconut milk)

On the food side, the options get a little less exciting even with the recent release of a ‘vegan protein box’ featuring chickpea bites that reminds us of a grown up version of a Lunchable.

Concourse B

Concourse B doesn’t contain many locations in general and we’re not aware of any with good vegan options. If you know something we don’t, let us know!

Concourse C

& Pizza (C28) – & Pizza is one of our favorite chains to grab a vegan pizza. Not only do they have vegan mozzarella, but they also have a vegan sausage and spicy chickpeas which is are a sneaky good pizza topping.

Auntie Anne’s (C9) – Many Auntie Anne’s pretzels are vegan (Original, Cinnamon and a few others) 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.

Starbucks (C24) – Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks and there is almost an infinite number of Starbucks vegan drinks you can order using one of the dairy-free milk alternatives (Starbucks also carries Almond, Soy and Coconut milk)

On the food side, the options get a little less exciting even with the recent release of a ‘vegan protein box’ featuring chickpea bites that reminds us of a grown up version of a Lunchable.

Subway (C2) – Subway doesn’t have any vegan options that are going to wow you, but you can put together a veggie sub and a bag of chips.

Concourse D

Dunkin’ (D5) – No vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin) and Beyond Sausage 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.

Pizza Hut (D15) – Pizza Hut recently did a trial run with Beyond Meat back in early 2021. Unfortunately, after the short trial run it was taken back off the menu. This is made even more unfortunate due to the fact that the Beyond Meat Pizza Hut pizza was actually really, really good.

You can still grab breadsticks, Cinnamon Stix and French Fries at regular Pizza Hut locations and we imagine at least the breadsticks would be available at the airport locations as well.

Starbucks (D16) – Oat Milk is now available at all Starbucks and there is almost an infinite number of Starbucks vegan drinks you can order using one of the dairy-free milk alternatives (Starbucks also carries Almond, Soy and Coconut milk)

On the food side, the options get a little less exciting even with the recent release of a ‘vegan protein box’ featuring chickpea bites that reminds us of a grown up version of a Lunchable.


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More Info

We hope this guide to the vegan options at the Washington Dulles International Airport made your travel just a little bit better!

If you have another airport stop in your near future, be sure to check out Vegan Options at Airports main page. We have a growing list of airports there including places like Minneapolis and the Houston (George Bush) Airport!

Or just download the app and get access to them as soon as we add them!

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