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Vegan at Oracle Park

Spring training is over and baseball season is in full swing! (See what I did there?) Baseball is officially upon us! Every year I look forward to a new season in hopes that the San Francisco Giants will win another world series. Going to a game is one of my favorite things to do in the city since I am only a short walk away from Oracle Park (Formerly known as AT&T Park). I wanted to share all the vegan goodies available at Oracle park.

Garlic Fries

Oh, how I love fries. When you get garlic fries at the park, you want to find where they solely sell garlic fries so that the oil is not cross contaminated with any animal products.

Pita Gyros

This was a great find! In my opinion, this is the healthiest option at the ballpark because it’s not too heavy on the oil and it’s light but filling. Who doesn’t love hummus? Their menu clearly marks what items are vegan. Pita Gyro is located on the view level. 5th Floor. Section 317.

Veggie Burger

When you want something more filling, I suggest getting a veggie burger! The veggie burgers can be found at the John J. McGraw Derby Grill.

Impossible Burger

Oracle Park just added the impossible burger! The burgers are sold at John J. McGraw Derby Grill.

Plant-Based Nachos

Plant-based nachos by Loca Foods located in The Garden. You can add plant-based chili on top as well! The nacho cheese is nut free for those who have nut allergies.

Edsel Ford Fong’s

Build-your-own rice bowls. Choose from a variety of veggies with tofu in a teriyaki sauce. Located in the Blue Shield Field Club area.

Veggie Dog

When in Rome, you do as the Romans do. Baseball games are all about hot dogs and beer. Luckily, Oracle offers a vegan version.

Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, & Sunflower Seeds

Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks! Baseball games are all about making a huge mess with peanut shells and spitting out sunflower seeds. Makes you feel like one of the players. Am I right? Pro Tip: Purchase a bag of peanuts at the grocery store and bring it in instead of paying an arm and a leg for a bag of nuts.

Ballpark food is not the healthiest and can be pretty expensive. I would suggest eating before going or bringing in your own food. What's your favorite ballpark snack?

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