We have had a frustrating time trying to track down the vegan options at American Family Field. It’s times like these that motivate Jen and I to continue expanding and improving VeggL because, it shouldn’t be so hard to find vegan options!
We did find vegan options online, but we fear they may be outdated. Attempts to contact American Family Field have been frustratingly fruitless. We did look up and include policies at the stadium if you’re thinking of bringing your own food and found a couple good spots to find a bite to eat nearby.
If you know something we don’t regarding the vegan options at American Family Field (especially if you work there) then please let us know so we can improve this page for everyone!
Vegan Options at American Family Field
Note: These options were taken from another site that no longer exists about a year ago. We have not been able to confirm if these options still exist or if they are still using vegan ‘recipes’. Multiple attempts to contact the Brewers via email and phone have resulted in no responses and full mailboxes.
We strongly encourage you to confirm with the server/stand in the stadium where you are ordering if items are vegan.
- Potato Chips
- Vegetarian Salad
- Veggie Wrap
Section S110 & S127
- Veggie Dog
- Baked Potato
Sections C111, S226, S413, S435
- Veggie Taco
- Rice Bowl (not served in section C111)
- Beyond Burger
Can I Bring Food Into American Family Field?
If you’re thinking about bringing your own food into the stadium, here is some information you need to know.
According to their Information Guide, you can bring the following into American Family Field:
Sealed bottles of water, juice or soda (32 oz. or smaller), and personal size food items (e.g., a sandwich, small bags of pretzels, piece of fruit) are all permitted inside of the ballpark.
Here is American Family Field’s Bag Policy:
Single-compartment bags with dimensions of 9″ x 5″ x 2″ or smaller, clear single-compartment bags of 12″ x 6″ x 12″ or smaller, one-gallon clear zip lock bags, diaper bags, and medical/family needs bags are permitted inside the ballpark. For additional information on our bag policy, please visit our Bag Policy page.
Vegan Options Near American Family Field
We also did a bit of research looking around American Family Field to help find you a couple spots with good vegan eats worth checking out possibly before or after the game. This is not a comprehensive list, just a few places that we’ve either tried and love or found intriguing.
On The Bus
Located about three miles east of the stadium (most of the vegan friendly places we found were all east of the stadium, close to the water) inside the Milwaukee Public Market is On The Bus.
On The Bus sticks out because part of their store front in the market is the front half of a Volkswagon. They specialize in sandwiches, bowls, smoothies and desserts.
People seem to really love the (vegan) ice cream and the Reuben sandwich. Consider BOTH if you get the chance to visit!
Strange Town is a little further away (If you need something super close to the stadium, there is a Taco Bell about a mile to the southeast), but still only about a 10 minute drive east of the stadium. It’s just up the water from On The Bus.
Strange Town is a hip bistro setting serving globally inspired food.
Strange Town patrons enjoy the music and atmosphere almost as much as the food, so if you’re looking for a good spot after the game for some ‘date-night’ vibes, then Strange Town may be your place.
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More Info and Links:
- If you’d like to get more info on American Family Field in Milwaukee you can go to their official page here on mlb.com.
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Disclaimer: We are working tirelessly to make sure all the information contained in VeggL is as accurate as possible and up to date. However, sometimes options change. If you notice a change that we need to know about, let us know. VeggL is not responsible for out of date or incorrect information.