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A Complete Guide To Eating Vegan When Visiting Disney

When it comes to sticking to a vegan lifestyle, it can often be tough to find places that have appropriate food on offer. Thankfully, the world has changed a lot in recent years, with more and more locations offering vegan options. Disney is one on the list, meaning it’s time to enjoy the complete guide to eating vegan when visiting Disney.

Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Many Hollywood Studios visitors prefer to grab food on the go due to the long lines that often come with restaurants. This means counter service is usually a popular option, with the likes of Impossible Meatballs and garden spreads on offer throughout Galaxy’s Edge. There is also the vegan “lobster” roll in Rosie’s All-American Cafe and chili-cheese totchos and vegan toasted cheese sandwiches from Woody’s Lunch Box that’s all been designed with vegans in mind. When it comes to snack carts, there’s no denying the blue and green milk served at Galaxy’s Edge is one of the most popular options for social media-conscious vegans.

Magic Kingdom

Believe it or not, but Magic Kingdom is one of the best Disney parks for vegans, thanks to the number of options. To start, the snack carts are filled with plenty of choices for those on the go, such as popcorn or a Mickey-shaped pretzel. Then, there’s the iconic Sole Whip around Adventureland. If you want some counter service, there are rice bowls, vegan pizzas, and Impossible Burgers. Fancy some table service? Look no further than vegan panna cotta, tofu curries, Impossible Burgers, vegan shortcake, Impossible Meatballs, and cauliflower steak on offer at The Crystal Palace, The Plaza Restaurant, and the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd Skipper Canteen, among others.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Disney offers something a little different at Animal Kingdom, as you can enjoy vegan Simba-shaped pretzels instead of the famous Mickey ones. However, there is also the Flame Tree Barbecue that perhaps surprisingly offers a host of vegan options, such as their Hot-Link Sausage with crispy onions, slaw, and mustard barbecue sauce. Yucca fries, crispy tofu bowls, and Impossible choices are just some of the many vegan options found elsewhere in the park to help make eating vegan much easier at Animal Kingdom.


One of the best things about Epcot is the number of snacks on offer, and they’re usually enough to see most people through their trip. The likes of Disney classics, including pretzels and popcorn, are popular options. There is also sorbetto served in a vegan waffle cone, chilled edamame, and shaved ice for other treats. Like most other Disney parks, Epcot also has a host of Impossible Burgers and other variations on the menu at both counter service places and sit-down restaurants. Don’t forget the Spice Road Table that comes complete with a selection of vegan offerings.

When it comes to eating vegan when visiting Disney, it seems there is almost a taste for everyone. Thankfully, most parks have come a long way, and there are now even more vegan options to keep people fed than ever before.