Empower Field at Mile High Vegan Guide 2022 (Denver Broncos)

Denver Broncos Vegan

There are some pretty decent vegan options at Empower Field at Mile High Stadium.

You can find a Plant Base Burger and Vegan Hot Dog in certain section locations and a variety of snacks throughout the stadium. 

Not only does this guide list the vegan options available but we also let you know what food & drinks are allowed in the stadium.

If you want to find some vegan food before or after the game, towards the bottom of the guide, we listed a couple of vegan-friendly restaurants.

Here’s everything you can find vegan at a Denver Broncos game!


Vegan Options at Empower Field at Mile High


Sections 100+

  • Ozo Plant Based Burger (Section 100 Blitzburger, 107 Sideline Grill, 110 Legends Grill)
  • Vegan Dog (Section 111)

Sections 200+

  • Vegan Dog (Section 230)

Sections 300+

  • Ozo Plant Based Burger (Section 314 Club Grilles)

Sections 500+

  • Ozo Plant Based Burger (Section 504 Blitzburgers, 512 & 538 Sideline Grills, 530 Legends Grill)
  • Vegan Dog (Section 509 & 533 with the Broncos partner Biker Jim’s)

Club Level

  • Grain Bowl “grain bowls with rotating fresh ingredients comprised of wild grains, fruits, vegetables and a variety of protein options” (Sections 303 & 342 Markets)

Vegan Snacks Throughout…

  • Chips and Salsa
  • Select Candy
  • Bavarian Pretzels
  • Pretzel Bites
  • Peanuts
  • French Fries 
  • Kettle Corn
  • Dippin’ Dots Rainbow Flavored Ice

Can I Bring Food Into Empower Field?


Thinking about bringing your own food to the game? Here are a few policies at Empower Field that you’ll want to be aware of. We pulled these directly from Empower Field’s A to Z Guide

Bag Policy (as of 9/9/22)

One CLEAR bag no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” OR a one-gallon clear freezer bag (Ziploc or similar). In addition, fans may carry a small clutch no larger than 6.5” x 4.5”, with or without a strap. Each ticket holder, including children, may carry an approved clear bag and a clutch.

Permitted Items* (as of 9/9/22)

  • Food of any kind that is contained in an approved clear bag
  • Unfrozen non-alcoholic beverages in a factory-sealed bottle

Prohibited Items* (as of 9/9/22)

  • Glass bottles, cans, coolers of any kind, thermoses, or ice chests.
  • Metal bottles, cans, or coolers.

*This is not a complete list of the all the permitted and prohibited items at Empower Field. We only chose the items that felt relevant to bringing food and/or beverages into the stadium.


Vegan Options Near Empower Field


Finally, we took a look around Empower Field to find a couple of options where you can grab a bite to eat before or after the game. This is by no means a complete list, just a few locations that caught our attention.

City O’ City

206 E 13th Ave, Denver, CO 80203

It’s not often that you find a local vegan-friendly restaurant with over 4,000 Google reviews (and a 4.5 rating!), but that’s exactly what we found with City O’ City.

Located just a couple miles east of the stadium, this is a vegetarian restaurant with plenty of (clearly marked) vegan options on the menu.

The Chicken and Waffles is a bourbon-brined chicken-fried cauliflower and it is one of the stars of the show at City O’ City. Definitely worth checking out!

Superfood Bar

1541 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202

For something a little closer to the stadium, consider the Superfood Bar. It’s only a little over a mile northeast of the stadium. Superfood Bar is a raw food spots serving salads, juices and smoothies.


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More Links and Info

  • For more info on Empower Field, like ticketing, parking, etc go check out their Official Website
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