12 Vegan-Friendly Baseball Stadiums Winning the Snack Game

It’s baseball season, and along with many fast-food chains such as White Castle and Burger King, ballparks around the country are embracing more vegan options. From New York to California, stadiums have moved beyond the basics of French fries, fruit cups, peanuts, and Cracker Jack, creating more variety for plant-based fans. Enjoy Beyond Burgers and Sausages, loaded nachos, hearty wraps, and more as you cheer on your team. These 12 vegan-friendly stadiums have really knocked it out of the park!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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1. Yankee Stadium, The Bronx, NY
You don’t have to choose between an Impossible or Beyond Meat product at Yankee Stadium; the Bareburger restaurant located inside the venue carries both! Vegan-friendly options include the Changeup Burger featuring the Impossible Burger 2.0 (ask for no cheese), the Beyond Sausage with pickled jalapeños and caramelized onions, and the Guadalupe made with a vegan black bean patty and guacamole. Beyond Bareburger, look for Field Roast burgers in Sections 205 and 234, fruit and salads at Melissa’s Farmer’s Market, sushi and edamame at Noodle Bowl, and the standard pretzels and peanuts sold throughout the park stands.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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2. Globe Life Park, Arlington, TX
While Texas might be known for its barbecue, the home of the Texas Rangers welcomes plant-based patrons with its all-vegan concession stand, the Ballpark Vegan. First opened in 2016, the eatery now serves everything from fresh fruit to giant nacho boats. This year, the menu expanded once again to include a new partnership with Beyond Meat. Customers can now chow down on a Beyond Burger with vegan cheese and Vegan Street Tacos made with Beyond Meat’s vegan crumbles, in addition to the stand’s regular vegan offerings.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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3. Target Field, Minneapolis, MN
Home to America’s first vegan butcher shop, this Minneapolis-based ballpark doesn’t hold back when it comes to meaty vegan eats. Fans of the Minnesota Twins can enjoy an Herbivorous Butcher Vegan Italian Sausage or Vegan Sriracha Brat with all the fixings as well as salads, veggie tacos and burritos, burgers, hot dogs, vegan cheese pizza, and even a Vegan Tofu Vindaloo from Hot Indian Foods. Of course, the staple soft pretzels, peanuts, and French fries are also offered throughout the stands.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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4. Chase Field, Phoenix, AZ
Go, Diamondbacks! While nothing fancy, vegans can find substantial, meal-worthy options at Chase Field. Craving Mexican? Make your way toward La Terraza for a Bean Burrito (without cheese). Burger options include an Impossible Burger (order without cheese) and the PV Burger (vegan as is) at Game Seven Grill, and those searching for something on the lighter side will find a Mediterranean Vegan Wrap made with Beyond Meat Grilled Chicken at Taste of Chase.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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5. PNC Park, Pittsburgh, PA
When a ballpark hosts a vegan night, you know its vegan options are going to be good. While we await the third annual 2019 vegan event, plant-based Pirate fans can still enjoy plenty of ballpark eats. Options include the Ultimate Vegan Burger made with a Beyond Meat patty (Section 127), an Un-Tuna Salad, and a Quinoa Blueberry Salad (both found at the Market). The soft pretzels and popcorn are also vegan.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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6. Citi Field, Queens, NY
Dumplings at a baseball game? They’re vegan, so go for it. Find tender vegan-friendly edamame dumplings at the new Mets’ stadium partner, Destination Dumplings. Marty’s V Burger, is another newcomer to the field, serving up no-frills vegan burgers and mac and cheese. For more traditional fare, look for El Verano Nachos (ask for it vegan), Beyond Meat burgers and sausages, baked potatoes, veggie burgers, vegan pizza, and an expansive burrito bar.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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7. Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, PA
You won’t find a vegan cheesesteak at this Philadelphia ballpark in 2019 (the 2018 cauliflower cheesesteak has been replaced by a vegetarian Impossible meat version with cheese sauce), but you will find more than enough food to keep you satisfied through the bottom of the ninth. Try the new Curry Cauliflower Lettuce Wrap at the sit-down restaurant Harry’s the K’s Broadcast Bar & Grille or enjoy familiar vegan comforts at Shake Shack and Wahoo’s Tacos and Quesadillas.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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8. Fenway Park, Boston, MA
Grab a Dunkin Donuts coffee with almond milk and some tasty vegan eats before settling into your seat to root for the Red Sox. Choose from the build-your-own salad and fruit bar, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and the recently-added veggie burgers and hot dogs. Another option? Visit by CHLOE Fenway before or after the game for vegan burgers, entreé-sized salads, mac and cheese, noteworthy sweets, and more.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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9. Dodgers Stadium, Los Angeles, CA
Along with many of its players, the home field of the Dodgers is becoming more vegan-friendly. Find a vegan nopales-stuffed torta (a Mexican sandwich) at the LA Open Deck; various salads and fruit at The Healthy Cart; a Portobello & Mushroom Burger at Buds & Brews; and vegan nachos (made with Follow Your Heart Cheese), Beyond Burgers, and Beyond Dodger Dogs throughout the stadium.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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10. Progressive Field, Cleveland, OH
Ohio may not be the most vegan-friendly state, but its ballpark scene is getting there. Vegan fans of the Cleveland Indians have a wide selection of veggie burritos, burgers, tacos, Field Roast hot dogs, and grilled cheese. World Series or not, we’ll happily root for Cleveland on Team Vegan!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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11. Safeco Field, Seattle, WA
Like PNC Park, the Seattle Mariners home stadium also hosts vegan nights along with its standard vegan-friendly menus offered at every ballgame. While the selection of veggie burgers and other snacks is impressive, the Field Roast Sausage various hit a home run every time. Choose from the Japanese-inspired Ichiban, Indian-themed Bombay, or more traditional toppings of ketchup, mustard, and relish.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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12. Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, KS
With all the vegan options at this midwestern ballpark, you may think that you’re not in Kansas anymore. Cheer on the Royals while feasting on Beyond Meat Brats and Burgers, fresh made-to-order salads, tacos, Bavarian pretzels, and vegan coleslaw.

 

While they may not have made our list, ballparks across America are steadily increasing their vegan options. Click here for a comprehensive list of stadiums that offer Beyond Meat products, and here for Field Roast sausages.

 

Tanya Flink is a Digital Editor at VegNews as well as a writer and fitness enthusiast living in Orange County, CA.

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