Disney Springs and Water Parks

Looking for reviews from Disney Springs? Check here.

Last updated 9/11/20
This update reflects the only current open restaurants during the COVID-19 reopening.

What’s vegan at Disney Springs?

Kiosks, Carts and Walk Ups

Starbucks, Marketplace & West Side

All Day: Coffee, several non-dairy milks available
Opens at 7:30am

Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC, The Landing

All Day: Bakery full of vegan and gluten free treats including donuts, cupcakes, breads, scooped vegan ice cream

Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea, The Landing

All Day: Coffee drinks with almond milk, most syrups are vegan

Sprinkles, Town Center

All Day: Vegan Red Velvet Cupcake


Quick Service

Wolfgang Puck Express, Marketplace – NOT OPEN

Lunch/Dinner: Whole Wheat Hummus Wrap without feta

Earl Of Sandwich, Marketplace

Lunch/Dinner: Veggie Sandwich without cheese or pesto, Greek Salad without chicken and cheese, House Salad

B.B. Wolf’s, Marketplace

All Day: Plant-based Bratwurst Sausage

4 Rivers Cantina Food Truck, Marketplace – NOT OPEN

All Day: Taco Cone can be made vegan, Burrito can be vegan, Black Beans & Rice

Blaze Pizza, Town Center

All Day: Build Your Own Pizza, Daiya Vegan Cheese and Vegan Chorizo available, Gluten Free, High Rise, and Regular crust are all vegan

D-Luxe Burger, Town Center

All Day: Plant-based Pacific Island Burger

The Polite Pig, Town Center

All Day: Sweet Potato Tots (no cheese), Crispy Brussels Sprouts, BBQ Cauliflower (no sour cream), Grilled Corn (no butter), Charred Broccoli (no buttermilk) ((shared fryer))


Table Service

AMC Dine-In Theatre (Disney Springs 24)

All Day: Popcorn

Rainforest Cafe, Marketplace

Appetizer: Paradise House Salad*
Entree: Beyond Burger without cheese or bun (lettuce bun instead)

T-REX, Marketplace

Appetizer: Jurassic Salad, Omnivores Delight Salad
Entree: Prehistoric Pasta without cheese, Beyond Burger without cheese or bun

Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar, The Landing (Bar)

All Day: Air Pirate’s Pretzel without cheese

Morimoto Asia, The Landing

Small Plates: Edamame*
Entree: Wok Sautéed Chinese Vegetables*, Kung Pao Cauliflower*, Stir-fried Tofu Medley* (check soy sauce, was not vegan in past)


Paddlefish, The Landing

Appetizer: Green Salad*
Entree: Vegetarian Pasta

Paradiso 37, The Landing

Appetizer: House-made Guacamole, Chips and Salsa, Paradiso 37 Tropical Salad without Bacon
Entree: Chef can make tacos or fajitas

Raglan Road, The Landing

Appetizer: Meadow Salad*, Allergy Onion Rings (Gluten free!)
Entree: Risotto without cheese

Terralina Crafted Italian, The Landing

Appetizer: Baby Greens Salad*
Entree: Vegan friendly pasta, pizza without cheese, grilled vegetable sandwich without cheese and pesto (Note chips without Pecorino-Truffle dusting)

The Edison, The Landing

Appetizer: Guacamole and Tortilla Chips
Entree:  Impossible Burger (Beyond Burger now)

Frontera Cocina, Town Center

Appetizer: Guacamole and Chips, Pumpkin Seed “Hummus”,
Entree: Garlicky Mushroom and Eggplant Tacos without cheese

Jaleo, West Side

Appetizer: Pan de cristal con tomate, Escalivada Catalana, Ensalada verde
Entree: Empedrat de mongetes

City Works Restaurant, West Side

Appetizer/Small Plates: Fried Pickles (without ranch), Kung Pao Cauliflower
Entree: Impossible Burger (must swap bun)

Splitsville™ Dining Room, West Side

Appetizer/Small Plate: Edamame, Vegetable Roll
Entree: Impossible Burger without cheese or sauce, Spicy Veggie Bowl without Spicy Kimchee Sauce,

House of Blues, West Side

Appetizer: Modified Salads with Impossible
Entree: Impossible Burger, Impossible Tacos without cheese, sauce, and specify no butter on tortillas


What’s vegan at Blizzard Beach?

Avalunch – NOT OPEN

All Day: Uncrustables, Fruit Cup

Cooling Hut – NOT OPEN

All Day: Red Pepper Hummus with Vegetables, Popcorn, Pretzel

Lottawatta Lodge – NOT OPEN

All Day: Beyond Burger, Vegan Pizza, Vegan Brat, Rice Bowl


What’s vegan at Typhoon Lagoon?

Leaning Palms – NOT OPEN

All Day: Island Burger, Sausage Pizza, Chili Bratwurst, Vegetable Wrap, Chili Bowl, Fruit Salad

*Item may not be vegan. Remember to always ask your server or a chef if the item is vegan. Disney World restaurants are constantly changing ingredients and suppliers.


83 thoughts

  1. At t rex you can get the beyond meat burger lettuce wrapped (without cheese) and we were told the fries are okay to eat. They also have a kale and quinoa salad that seemed legit. I didn’t eat either but the grain bowl seemed vegan friendly by the menu description.

  2. Raglan Road no longer has the Super-Cauli-Caponata-Tasty-n-Delicious, I tried to get it today 12/22/19 and the server said they stopped serving it a while ago.

  3. Planet Hollywood, complete let down!! No vegan options on the menu. The server tried to accommodate me but this was messed up in the kitchen and I received pesto (not vegan) with parmesan cheese. After sending this back and after my party had finished their meals I was presented with pasta, broccoli in a plain red sauce.

    Avoid this place if you can. They took 20 mins to get a manager after I raised concerns about serving people allergens when they clearly stated their dietary requirements. Avoid this poor quality, slow service excuse for a restaurant.

  4. D luxe burger has totally revamped their vegan burger! They have a vegan burger on vegan bun with mango salsa!

  5. AMC dine in doesn’t have vegan options anymore (except popcorn). The salads can be made without meat.

    1. Oh interesting! I wonder if it’s just because of the supply issue with Impossible or they actually switched over. Thanks for the update, will check it out!

  6. I just randomly checked the Disney website and apparently Lottawatta Lodge now has vegan pizza? I have not been in person so I cannot confirm but it’s listed on the online menu.

  7. Raglan Road has changed chefs again and the Cauliflower dish is sadly off the menu. Also Erin McKenna now has chocolate soft serve.

  8. I was at Splitsville last night. Vegan crust is not vegan as it contains butter (which can be taken out) and honey which cannot be altered. Impossible Sliders are a good option but you must request no butter, cheese and no sauce.

  9. The regular soy sauce at Morimoto is not vegetarian/vegan. They make it at the restaurant and it either has fish oil in it. Luckily, my waitress knew this and gave me the GF soy sauce, which is vegan (I would’ve assumed the regular was vegan like all other soy sauces I’ve come across)! Just thought I’d share that info so people know to ask for it, the their server doesn’t offer it.

Leave a Reply to Joshua Burke Cancel reply