Dodger Stadium Vegan Options 2021 (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Dodgers Vegan

Headed to Dodger Stadium for a baseball game? You’re in luck, because the vegan options at Dodger Stadium are absolutely tremendous.

At many stadiums you may find yourself wondering what you’re going to eat because there isn’t really any good options. However, at Dodger Stadium you may find yourself wondering what you’re going to eat because there are so many vegan options to choose from!


Vegan Options at Dodger Stadium


The Basics – Most Locations

  • Snacks & Salads
  • Peanuts
  • Popcorn
  • Pretzels
  • Potato Chips
  • Fries

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

  • Salads

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

  • Veg-Out Cup with Hummus

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

  • Fruit Cup with lime and tajin

Field Section 8, Loge Section 136

  • Naked Tots and Garlic Tots

Burgers & Basics


The Field Roast Dodger Dog is now the official plant-based hot dog of the Los Angeles Dodgers, and offers the option of adding the same toppings as the traditional dog like ketchup, mustard, and relish. You can find it at concession stands and in suites throughout the stadium as part of a three-year partnership between Field Roast and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Field Roast Dodger Dogs
Photo Courtesy of Field Roast

Field Sections 10, 22, 23, 311 and Loge Sections 106, 133 and Reserve Sections 4, 35, 36 and Top Deck Sections 5, 6

  • Plant-Based Sausage

Field Section 47, Reserve Section 31

  • Beyond Burger (available without mayo or cheese)

Field section 252, Reserve section 741

  • Vegan Taco (starting in NLDS 2019)- Two spicy jackfruit tacos topped with a Spanish slaw, pico de gallo, and a vegan avo crema on corn tortillas.

Beyond the Basics


Loge Section 137, Reserve Sections 23, 24

  • Tempeh Basebowl (Citrus marinated Tempeh, rice, black beans, and pico de gallo)

Update: We were informed by a VeggLer that they couldn’t find the Tempeh Basebowl or the Tempeh Nachos listed next and were told by the staff that they did not have them. We’re going to leave both of them there and hope this is a temporary thing, but be aware both of these options may have been removed. Thanks Syllenne!

Right Field Plaza, and Reserve Section 13

  • Tempeh Nachos (with vegan cheese)

Plant-Based Sausage, Beyond Burger

  • Verified Vegan Meat

Can I Bring Food Into Dodger Stadium?


Dodger Stadium

Thinking of bringing your own food to the stadium? Here are some policies at Dodger Stadium that you need to be aware of. We pulled these directly from the Dodger’s A to Z Guide.

Backpacks, Bags and Purses (as of 9/30/21)

Bags, backpacks, beach bags, hard/soft coolers, large purses, etc. are no longer permitted. Only adult diaper bags, diaper bags that accompany infants, clear plastic bags smaller than 12”X12”X6”, and non-clear wristlets/clutches no larger than 5”x8”x2” are permitted and subject to search.

Bottles and Non-Alcoholic Beverages (as of 9/30/21)

Outside non-alcoholic beverages, such as water, soda, tea, juice, etc. of one liter or less, contained in factory-sealed plastic bottles, are permitted to be brought into Dodger Stadium. Refillable water bottles are permitted provided they do not exceed 1 liter, are empty, and do not have any glass components.

Food Brought Into Dodger Stadium (as of 9/30/21)

Food is permitted from outside the stadium provided it is in a clear bag smaller than 12″X12″X6″ and not in glass bottles, cans, coolers, glass containers or thermoses. Unbroken, factory-sealed plastic bottles of non-alcoholic beverages of 1 liter or less are permitted. (No outside food or beverage can be brought into stadium suites).


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More Info:

  • At VeggL, we have vegan guides for stadiums and arenas across the country including other baseball stadiums like Citi Field and Wrigley Field.
  • 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.

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