Multiple attempts to contact the First Energy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns, to find out what vegan options are available at the stadium have not produced any results thus far.
We’ll keep reaching out, but in the meantime we do have some information that may make your gameday experience better.
We have the policies you need to know if you’re thinking about just bringing your own food to the stadium.
We also have two suggestions for 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 First Energy Stadium to get in touch with us, you can reach them at [email protected].
Vegan Options at First Energy Stadium
We are not aware of any vegan options at First Energy Stadium at this time. It doesn’t mean they may not exist, we just haven’t been able to confirm with anyone at the stadium 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 First Energy Stadium?
Thinking about bringing your own food to the game? Here are some policies at First Energy Stadium that you want to be aware of. We pulled them directly from First Energy Stadium’s A to Z Guide.
Bag Policy (as of 9/6/21)
To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into the stadium, the Cleveland Browns implement the NFL Bag Policy that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the stadium.
Bags that are permitted in the stadium include:
- Bag that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”
- One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag
- Small clutch bags, no bigger than 4.5” x 6.5”, with or without a handle or strap
- Fans with medically necessary items should enter through the South 7UP City Club entrances
All guests will be subject to a search of their person and possessions prior to entering the stadium. Visit www.NFL.com/allclear for more information on the NFL Bag Policy.
Bottles/Cans (as of 9/6/21)
Outside beverages of any kind are prohibited. Guests inquiring about where specific beverages are served inside the stadium can visit any Guest Services location for more information.
Food and Beverages (as of 9/6/21)
Guests are permitted to bring small food items into FirstEnergy Stadium for personal consumption. Food items should be brought in a clear plastic bag. Beverages of any kind are prohibited.
Vegan Options Near First Energy Stadium
We looked around the area close to the stadium to find a few vegan spots that would be good places to get a bite to eat before or after the game. This isn’t a fully comprehensive list, just a few places that caught our attention.
Anna in the Raw
Located only a few blocks from the stadium, Anna in the Raw serves up (you guessed it!) raw vegan eats and fresh juice blends. So if feel like you need something fresh and healthy before an evening of tailgating and football, give this place a shot!
The Vegan Comfort Kitchen
The Vegan Comfort Kitchen does local pickup and delivery of a wide variety of comfort food ranging from cinnamon rolls to mac n cheese. We suggest reaching out to them before hand to secure your order and method of picking up.
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More Links and Info
- If you’d like more info on the Browns Game Experience at First Energy Stadium, please check out the First Energy Stadium Website
- VeggL contains vegan guides for popular chain restaurants, airports and stadiums including other NFL stadiums like Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati Bengals) and Heinz Field (Pittsburgh Steelers).
- Disclaimer: We do everything possible at VeggL to make sure all our Vegan Guides are as up to date as possible, but sometimes menus and menu items can change. VeggL is not responsible for incorrect or outdated information. Always check with your location and server to confirm items are vegan when ordering. If you notice something that needs to be corrected – please let us know!