Multiple attempts to contact the AT&T Center, home of the San Antonio Spurs, to find out what vegan options are available at the arena have not been successful.
We’ll keep reaching out, but in the meantime we do have the policies you need to know if you’re thinking about just bringing your own food to the arena.
We also have two suggestions for a couple amazing vegan-friendly locations where you can stop and grab a bite to eat before or after the game.
Finally, if you’d like to help us out by encouraging the AT&T Center to get in touch with us, you can reach them at [email protected]
Vegan Options at AT&T Center
We are not aware of any vegan options at AT&T Center at this time. It doesn’t mean they may not exist, we just haven’t been able to confirm with anyone at the arena what (and where) they are.
We’ll keep trying to reach out to get this info and will update here as soon as we get it.
If you know something we don’t that can help improve this guide, please reach out to us and let us know!
Can I Bring Food Into AT&T Center?
Thinking of bringing your own food to the game (or concert)? Here are a few policies at the AT&T Center that you’ll want to make sure you’re aware of. We pulled them directly from their FAQ and Policies page.
Bag Policy (as of 10/3/21)
All bags are subject to security search, bags up to 12” x 12” x 6” in size with a maximum of one compartment are permitted into the arena
Food and Beverage (as of 10/3/21)
A variety of food and beverage options are available throughout the AT&T Center.
Items for children such as baby bottles, formula, etc., are allowed.
Prohibited Items* (as of 10/3/21)
Large bags, coolers, bottles, cans, food, and other containers are prohibited.
*This is not an exhaustive list of all the prohibited items at AT&T Center. We included only the ones that we felt were relevant to bringing food and/or beverages into the arena.
Vegan Options Near AT&T Center
We took a look at the area close by the arena to find a couple vegan-friendly spots that are convenient to hit up before or after the game. This is by no means a complete list of all the vegan restaurants in the area, just two places that caught our attention.
About 4 mile west of the arena, you’ll find a handful of good vegan-friendly restaurants to choose from. One of those is Senor Veggie. What we loved when we looked through the reviews is people mentioning how friendly the staff is, how good the food is and how big the portions are!
People seem to really love the empanadas and the jackfruit tortilla soup, so keep both of those in mind if you get a chance to stop by and check this place out. We know we will!
In that same area, just a little south of Senor Veggie, you’ll find Viva Vegeria. They serve up vegan and gluten-free Tex-Mex as well as baked goods. The enchiladas and the flautas get rave reviews here.
From what we gather, Viva Vegeria was the first all-vegan Tex Mex place in the city and they’re still producing amazing food toady. Pretty cool to see!
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More Links and Info
- For more info on the AT&T Center on everything from tickets to parking, be sure to head over to their Official Website.
- VeggL contains hundreds of vegan guides for popular chain restaurants, airports and sports venues including nearby locations Minute Maid Park (Houston Astros) and AT&T Stadium (Dallas Cowboys).
- 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.