Are you looking for what vegan options are available in the William P Hobby Airport in Houston? You’re in the right place!
We’ve already done all the research for you, looking through the Dining Guide to find all the available vegan items in the airport.
The good news is the William P Hobby dining page has a vegan options filter that is designed to show you what locations have vegan options available.
Bad News? When we clicked the filter it shows us 1 place – Starbucks.
Not that there are a ton more options (there aren’t many dining locations in the airport, period), but we do know of a few more and we’ve included all of them in this guide.
If you know something we don’t – like a great vegan option at the airport that we’re missing – then please reach out and let us know so we can update and improve this guide!
Vegan Options at William P Hobby Airport
Baskin’ Robbins / Dunkin’ (Gate 27)
If you’re lucky, this Baskin Robbins will be carrying one of their vegan ice cream flavors like the Non-Dairy Strawberry Streusel or the Non-Dairy Salted Fudge Bar.
If not, you can usually always get an Ice or Sorbet – the Daiquiri Ice, Raspberry Sorbet and Watermelon Swirl Sorbet are all vegan.
With Dunkin’ there are no vegan donuts, but multiple bagel selections (like Everything and Cinnamon Raisin), Hummus Toast with Roasted Tomatoes, Avocado Toast, and Hashbrowns makes Dunkin a great choice.
Dunkin’ also offers both Almond and Oat Milk (though at an extra charge) which makes many coffee combinations possible.
Chick Fil-A (Food Court, Near Gate 1)
We were hoping that this Chick-Fil-A location offered their Cool Wrap because with modifications that could have been a great healthy option; however, we have learned they do not.
You can pick up some waffle fries though!
Peet’s (Food Court, Near Gate 1 & Gate 40)
Peet’s has something that almost none of the other popular coffee chains has – a completely plant-based breakfast sandwich that can be ordered directly off the menu as-is; however, we have learned that this location in the airport is not offering it.
You do have the option to pick up a coffee here.
Wendy’s (Gate 41)
We know for sure you will find Wendy’s fries* here but also check to see if they baked potatoes. This would be a great option, ordered plain or with chives and ask if they have a salsa you can top it with or ketchup & mustard.
Starbucks (Gate 45)
Tons of vegan drink varieties along with bagels, oatmeal, and a variety of snacks. As of the Spring of 2021, Starbucks has a ‘vegan protein box’ that features Chickpea bites and reminds us of a Lunchable for grown-ups.
Check to see if this location is offering it–would be an easy pick-up and go option in the airport.
Subway (Gate 46)
Subway would be an easy sandwich or salad to pick up. Also, look to see if this location offers a Veggie Patty. It is now vegan! Even without it, you can put together a variety of veggies on a sub roll or in a bowl and top it with a sauce.
And then make it complete with a bag of chips! …check the ingredients on the bags they offer.
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More Links and Info
- If you need more info on the William P Hobby Airport, make sure to go check out their Official Website. Or for more info on all of the available dining options, you can go straight to their Dining Guide.
- VeggL contains hundreds of vegan guides, including guides for other airports like the Houston International Airport and Dallas Love Field.
- 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!