Teens enjoying a Dole Whip
  • On Aug 15, 2022
    Yvonne from ON Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What are the dining options for vegans at Magic Kingdom and Epcot?

    Hiya, Yvonne!

    Welcome back to planDisney, friend! As a fellow plant-based eater, I am happy to report there are so many options when it comes to vegan eating at Walt Disney World Resort. One of my favorite reasons to visit The Most Magical Place on Earth is the food. And the plant-based options do not disappoint! You will find a variety of menu options available at each of the four theme parks, at Walt Disney World Resort Collections hotels, and throughout Disney Springs. Let's go over plant-based dining locations and menu items during your visit, so you can get back to planning the most delicious trip ever!

    The best source for vegan eating at Walt Disney World Resort is the guide to plant-based eating located on the Walt Disney World website. This page lists dining locations for each theme park as well as menu selections. When it comes to looking for a tasty snack in Magic Kingdom Park, both the iconic DOLE Whip at Aloha Isle and the infamous Mickey Pretzel are plant-based. And if you are hoping for a table service location with fabulous options, I highly recommend Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen. This is my favorite dining location inside Magic Kingdom Park! You will find a variety of bold flavors and punny jokes along with great service. Over at EPCOT, you can enjoy everything from Curry Spiced Pizza at Connections Eatery to Pomegranate-Chili Crispy Cauliflower at Spice Road Table. And if you are hoping to enjoy tasty small plates during the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival, there several Global Marketplaces that offer plant-based options. Earth Eats featured by Impossible, The Fry Basket, India, and Mac & Eats are just a few of the stops you can add to your must-try list. I recommend checking out the full Foodie Guide to the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival on the Disney Parks Blog. This delicious guide offers the full list of Global Marketplaces serving during this festival, and the menu items at each spot. Look for the (Plant Based) on the guide, or Look for the Leaf on menus during your stay. The tiny green leaf is the Walt Disney World Resort Plant-Based Icon and is an indicator that a food item is plant-based, and is made without animal meat, dairy, eggs, or honey.

    I hope that your upcoming adventure is memorable and magical!
    We'll see ya real soon!
    Tammy 
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Meet the Panelist: Tammy, Illinois

Hey Everyone! I'm Tammy. My Ohana and I live in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. I am a preschool teacher and I also coordinate events for youth and families. I have been visiting Walt Disney World Resort since I was a teenager. I'm always looking for a new adventure to explore or an amazing snack to try. I love to share my tips and experiences because I want to help make all trips as memorable and magic as my travels have been.  Learn More About Tammy

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