There are a few solid vegan options at Fiserv Forum and a couple different locations where you can grab something to eat. No need to go hungry or settle for just a ‘sugar packet or two’.
In addition to compiling all the vegan options at the arena, we also pulled together arena policies you need to make yourself familiar with if you’re thinking of bringing your own food into Fiserv.
Finally, we took a look around the stadium to find a couple recommendations for places worth checking out before or after the game (or concert!).
Vegan Options at Fiserv Forum
FiServ Forum now has a ‘Special Diets Menu‘ that includes vegan, vegetarian and gluten free menu items inside the arena. Compared to the lack of info we come across at many sports venue, this is pretty refreshing to see.
El Rey’s Portable (Section 115 & 218)
- Chips w/ Guacamole
- Side of Guac
Fresh Fin Portable (Section 206)
- Zen Bowl
Gyro Step Portable (Section 207)
- Beyond Gyro – Order with NO Sauce
- Salt and Pepper Cashews
Can I Bring Food Into Fiserv Forum?
Sometimes it just feels easier to bring your own food to an event. If you’re thinking of bringing your own eats to Fiserv Forum, here are a few policies at the arena that you need to be aware of. We pulled all of these directly from Fiserv’s A to Z Guide.
Bag Policy (as of 9/30/21)
There is a NO BAG policy at Fiserv Forum. Wallets smaller than 4” x 6” x 1” are permitted. Exceptions to this policy are diaper bags and bags needed due to medical necessity, which will need to be x-rayed by security.
Outside Food and Beverages (as of 9/30/21)
Any food or drink brought into Fiserv Forum, with the exception of medications previously approved by Fiserv Forum, will not be allowed.
Vegan Options Near Fiserv Forum
For Jen and I, one of our favorite gameday traditions is meeting up with friends or family for a bite to eat before or after the game. We always search to find good vegan-friendly spots close to the stadium and we’re including what we found here.
This isn’t every option, just a couple that caught our eye.
On The Bus
Located less than a mile south of the arena inside the Milwaukee Public Market is On The Bus.
On The Bus sticks out because part of their store front in the market is the front half of a Volkswagen. They specialize in sandwiches, bowls, smoothies and desserts.
People seem to really love the (vegan) ice cream and the Reuben sandwich. Consider BOTH if you get the chance to visit!
Strange Town is a little further away, but still less than a 10 minute drive northeast of the stadium. It’s just up the water from On The Bus.
Strange Town is a hip bistro setting serving globally inspired food.
Strange Town patrons enjoy the music and atmosphere almost as much as the food, so if you’re looking for a good spot after the game for some ‘date-night’ vibes, then Strange Town may be your place.
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More Links and Info
- For more info on FiServ Forum, from tickets to parking, please head over to their Official Website
- VeggL contains hundreds of vegan guides for popular chain restaurants, airports and sports venues including other NBA Arenas like Little Caesars Arena (Pistons) and the United Center (Bulls)
- 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!