Here’s a roundup of accessible fast food spots that have vegan options on their menus.
Both Blaze’s regular dough and gluten-free dough are vegan, and they have plenty of veggies, sauces, and even vegan cheese and vegan spicy chorizo to top it off. The possibilities are endless when creating your own!
Burger King’s Impossible Whopper is vegan without mayo. Sides such as fries and even their French Toast Sticks at breakfast are vegan as-is as well.
Carl’s Jr. offers a Beyond Famous Star, as well as Beyond BBQ Cheeseburger. Just make sure you ask for no cheese and mayo on both, along with no onion rings on the BBQ version. Plus, a few of their sides are vegan, like fries and their breakfast Hash Rounds.
Build your own bowl, salad, burrito, tacos, and more at Chipotle, and choose their Sofritas or Fajita Veggies for your filling. They have plenty of vegan-friendly toppings to add to the mix too, including guacamole, several salsas, and beans and rice.
Del Taco’s Beyond Avocado Taco is vegan as-is, plus they have a few other Beyond Meat-filled options that can easily be made vegan by requesting no cheese or sour cream. In fact, you can basically sub the Beyond Meat on any of their menu items—again just making sure to request no cheese or sour cream.
For another take on a vegan Impossible Burger and fries, head to Fatburger for their Impossible Burger, which includes an Impossible Burger patty, along with traditional toppings, and now Daiya cheese.
With several locations in LA and Orange County, Fresh Brothers has several vegan options throughout their menu—from fresh salads to signature pizzas, and even vegan tenders. Check out our complete guide on how to order vegan at Fresh Brothers here.
The Habit has a good handful of great vegan options, including a veggie burger that can easily be made vegan without the cheese. Try their sides, such as regular and sweet potato fries and tempura green beans, salads, and more.
If you’re in the mood for a sandwich, head to Ike’s where they have several vegan-friendly options throughout their menu, including vegan turkey, meatballs, and chicken, plus hearty veggie sandwiches.
Pieology’s gluten-free crust, red sauce, olive oil, and barbecue sauce, plus, of course, their veggie toppings, are vegan, so there’s plenty of creative routes you can take to make your own pizza. Plus, they now offer their vegan “Plant Proteins,” which include “Beef Meatballs,” “Spicy Italian Sausage Rounds,” and “Diced Chicken.”
For an easy go-to vegan order at Subway, try their Veggie Delite sandwich and fill it with veggies of your choosing. Just be sure to order it on their on Italian Bread or 9-Grain Wheat. Additionally, they now have a Beyond Meatball Sandwich, made with Beyond Meat’s vegan meatballs that can simply be made vegan by asking for no cheese.
Taco Bell has a ton of vegan-friendly options. Check out the article on their website that explores all of them. Most of their items—from their Crunchwrap Supreme to their burritos and tacos, to their Mexican Pizza, and more—can easily be made vegan by substituting beans for the meat, and making sure there’s no cheese and sour cream. Plus, you can also request to add toppings like guacamole, pico de gallo, and potatoes to most.