Our current vegan list for Coors Field, home of the Colorado Rockies, is from the 2021 season. We know menu items have changed but unfortunately, we do not have updated information.
You’ll also find in this guide a couple of Coors Field’s policies on bringing food into the stadium in case you’re thinking about going that route… which at this point, we suggest you do.
Finally, we did a bit of research looking around the stadium to find a few good vegan spots you can check out if you want to grab a bite to eat with friends or family before or after the game.
Obviously, this guide has plans of being much better and current. Please reach out and let us know if you have info we can update it with!
Vegan Options at Coors Field*
*All of the following options were available during the 2021 baseball season.
We never received info on the 2022 season and here we are in the 2023 season. We have attempted to ask questions thru their chat but even the chat info is not helpful since it’s asking us to look on the MLB app for information that is not there. I also tried to look at their menus on the app for each concession–a lot of those are still missing menus.
It’s still early in the season… maybe they don’t have it all together yet. Either way, we contacted their fan guest services again on 3.30.23 and will update you if/when we hear back. Please let us know if you learn more by being in the ballpark and asking questions or if you get directed to helpful info.
The policies are current though if you prefer to play it safe and take in your own food!
- Potato Chips
All Fanfare Locations, All Monster Nacho Portables, All GC Food Stands (Club Level)
- Nachos (can order without cheese)
Boyer’s Coffee Stand (Section 223 on Club Level)
- Fresh Fruit Kabobs
Berri Kabobs Stand (Section 132)
- Fresh Fruit Kabobs
Infield Greens (Section 120)
- Build Your Own Salad (36 toppings, 10 dressings)
Wazee Market (Section 137)
- Build your own Salad (36 toppings, 10 dressings)
134 Grill & 323 Grill
- Veggie Burger
- Veggie Dog
Burrito Stand (Section 134)
- Bean Burrito
Sandlot (Club Level)
- Baked Potato
Denver Steak in Clocktower (P115, P133, P311, 330)
- Veggie Cheese Steak (grilled peppers and onions) available without cheese
Can I Bring Food Into Coors Field?
If you’re thinking about trying to bring your own food into Coors Field, here are some Coors Field policies you need to be aware of. These were pulled directly from Coors Field’s Information Guide:
Bag Policy (as of 3.30.23)
- Coors Field regulations allow only soft-sided, single-pocket bags and containers 16”x 16”x 8” or smaller to be permitted in the ballpark. All permitted bags are subject to search both upon entry and within the ballpark.
Permitted Items** (as of 3.30.23)
- Camel packs which are empty
- Food items (including glass baby food jars)
- Fruit or vegetables grapefruit-sized or smaller
- Insulated cups or thermoses 22 ozs. or smaller
- Paper or plastic cups with permitted beverages
- Plastic baby bottles
- Plastic beverage containers
- Potato chip or nut cardboard cans with metal tops or bottoms
- Soft-sided, single-pocket bags or containers 16″x 16″x 8″ or smaller
Prohibited Items** (as of 3.30.23)
- Alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, or marijuana (medical or otherwise) in any form
- Backpacks or other multi-pocket bags including multi-pocket purses
- Bota bags or wine skin
- Fruits or vegetables larger than a grapefruit must be sliced
- Glass bottles
- Hard-sided coolers and containers, regardless of size
- Insulated coolers, cups and thermoses larger than 22 oz.
- Non-alcoholic beer or similar items
- Pizza boxes larger than personal size
- Soft-sided bags and containers larger than 16″x 16″x 8″
**This is not intended to be a complete list of permitted and prohibited items. These are only items we pulled that we felt were related to bringing food and/or beverages into the park.
Vegan Options Near Coors Field
We also did a bit of research looking around the area close to Coors Field to try to find a couple of places where you can grab a bite to eat before or after the game.
1541 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202
According to Google, Superfood Bar is a vegan venture serving a raw-food menu plus seasonal salads, smoothies & juices in funky quarters.
We’ve not been here ourselves, but the reviews are amazing and it’s located just a mile west of the park. People rave about their wraps and smoothies so be sure to check those out if you pop in for a visit.
Mellow Mushroom Downtown Denver
1201 16th St Mall Suite 108, Denver, CO 80202
Mellow Mushroom isn’t 100% vegan, but it is one of our favorite places to get a vegan pizza!
They have a couple specialty pizzas to choose from (with only slight modifications needed) or you can make your own with toppings like Follow Your Heart vegan cheese, tempeh, tofu and a ton of veggies.
Best of all, this location is located just a half mile south of the stadium, making it a great spot to meet up before or after the game.
For a complete list of everything vegan at Mellow Mushroom, check out our Mellow Mushroom Vegan Guide.
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More Links and Info:
- If you’d like to get more info on Coors Field, you can go to their official page here on mlb.com.
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