Best Vegan Restaurants | Disney Springs

Erin McKenna’s Bakery NYC

Disney Springs Vegan Restaurants | Erin McKenna's BakeryRestaurant type: Vegan-friendly

If Minnie Mouse had a bakery, this would be it. It looks like it was plucked straight from her house…

This famous vegan bakery landed at Disney Springs and we couldn’t be happier.

McKenna’s is free of harmful ingredients and caters to food sensitivities/restrictions. Grab a treat and wander around Disney Springs. We love the coffee cake and donuts.

PS The bakery will deliver to table side dining on Disney property. Game changer.

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Frontera Cocina

vegaDisney Springs Vegan Restaurants | FronteraRestaurant type: Vegan-friendly

This lively, modern Mexican restaurant is a perfect place to grab lunch or dinner.

What makes Frontera unique? Well, for one, they have a tequila wall that adults will love. Guests of all ages will love their vegan options, though. We like this Disney Springs restaurant for the many varieties of guacamole they offer. If you ask us, you shouldn’t leave without trying at least two. Beyond the guac, there are a number of vegan options that will light up your taste buds. Salute!

Frontera is by eight-time James Beard Award winner, Rick Bayless. Yes, the food is fantastic. Sit on the back patio that overlooks the water. You might even catch some live music echoing over from Raglan Road Irish Pub.

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Morimoto Asia

Restaurant type: Vegan-friendly

Morimoto is a contemporary pan-Asian restaurant. The décor is just as beautiful as the food tastes. We were swept away by the chandeliers and stunning wall art. Morimoto has a great selection of vegan options, making a great place to dine if you’re with a picky bunch.

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Jock Lindsey’s Hanger Bar

Restaurant type: Vegan-friendly

This is a fun place to check out if you’re a fan of Indiana Jones. The theme is ex-home of Jones’ pilot. It’s a 1940s airplane hangar and restaurant. You’ll feel like you traveled in time when you step through the doors.

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Tea Traders Café by Joffrey’s

Restaurant type: Vegan-friendly

We geeked when we found out that there is a tea shop that offers loose leaf tea. Tea Trader’s Cafe has coffee as well, but we were locked on the tea. No surprise there.

Joffrey’s offers greens, oolongs, mates, and a few more varieties. Take a cup to go and take a walk through the property.

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T-Rex Café

Restaurant type: Vegan-friendly

Full disclosure: It’s touristy. However, it’s a dinosaur themed restaurant and we’re suckers for prehistoric animatronics.

Have some time to spend? Adults will love the bar scene. Grab a stool, order a drink, and watch as the jungle comes alive.

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Rainforest Café

Restaurant type: Vegan-friendly

Like T-Rex Café, Rainforest is full of animatronic jungle animals. Monkeys, elephants, and birds are just a few of the animals you can expect to join your dining experience. It’s a fun place for kids. And, hey. It’s located across from Goofy’s Candy Co.

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