You’re psyched about your San Francisco Giants tickets, but you also know that when you arrive you’re going to be hungry. However, as a vegan it’s tough to find food options when the average American so eagerly emphasizes the glory of animal fat, but you don’t have to leave the stadium starving. The park is full of vegan options to satisfy your hunger. Consider these vegan food options in and around the stadium when you attend AT&T Park.
Field Roast Vegan Options
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Vegetarian and vegan fans went wild in 2012 when the stadium announced that they would start serving veggie dogs for their herbivore fans. You don’t have to “hold the dog” with AT&T Park’s veggie dogs, and they’re reportedly delicious, too. Worried about the hot dog buns? Those are vegan, too!
Grab your veggie sausage at the Derby Grill on the field level near section 103 and at other locations near sections 127 and 319. Not in the mood for a tasty veggie dog? Head to section 136 for a specialty vegan burger to satisfy your hunger.
Are you hungry for a tasty burger or sandwich? Perhaps you’ll enjoy the gardenburger from the Derby Grill. Grab a Portobello mushroom sandwich at the Anchor Grill near Center field, or enjoy a grilled vegetable sandwich found in areas throughout the park.
Vegan Mexican Meals
Are you interested in getting your taste buds excited? Enjoy some of the field’s spicy vegan options. You can order nachos served with black beans, marinated veggies and pico de gallo, or a vegetable burrito. Other options include a vegetable tamale and a vegetarian street taco to satisfy your hunger without sacrificing your values. Grab your veggie entre at the Tres Stand inside the park near sections 133 and 314.
If you’re on the search for a simple snack to keep you satisfied while watching the game, opt for an organic chewy granola bar, homemade potato chips, or an organic juice pouch. You can grab your fresh fruit at Sagg’s Deli Sandwiches and find garlic fries at Murph’s Clubhouse Pub. In addition, you can always grab peanuts, popcorn, sunflower seeds, and pretzels from almost anywhere in the park. Start at the Doggie Diner stand to get nuts and other snacks during the game.
Still don’t see anything that will satisfy? You can head to Long Tater’s Baked Potato for the ultimate baked potato experience where you can add your own toppings, or you can visit the Edsel Ford Fong stand for vegan Thai entrees. Consider these other options scattered around the stadium:
- Grilled corn on the cob
- Greek salad
- Vegetarian minestrone soup
- Margherita pizza
- Tomato bisque soup
- Thai yellow curry with tofu
- Vegetable fried rice
- Caesar salad
- Allstar potato salad
With so many vegetarian and vegan options scattering AT&T Park in San Francisco, there’s no reason to go hungry. Use this guide when headed to the game to help plan your meal and decide where to eat.