Right in the heart of Texas sits one of the vegan friendliest sports stadiums in all of professional sports, Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.
They have a host of vegan options that you can find all over the park. So, enjoy the game and enjoy some great vegan food!
Minute Maid Park Vegan Options
Snacks & Sides (Most Locations)
- Potato Chips
Tableside Fresh Guacamole
- Fresh Made to Order Guacamole Station served with Chips (new offering during World Series)
The Market in Center Field (Club Level Sections 210 & 231)
- Portable Nacho Carts
- Minute Maid Smoothies (Dairy-Free)
- Fruit Cups
Julia Cook (Section 406)
- Vegetarian Nachos (order without Feta)
- Sweet Potato Fries
- Pineapple Bowl
H-town Grills (Sections 109, 125-126, 230, 408-410)
- Veggie Dog
- Beyond Burger
HTX Mex (Section 230)
- Bean Burrito
Jackson Street (Section 122-124)
- Baked Potato
Sweet Baby Ray (Section 408-410)
- Baked Potato
Verified Vegan Meat
Veggie Dogs, Beyond Burger
Can I Bring Food Into Minute Maid Park?
Thinking about bringing your own food to the park? There are a few policies at Minute Maid Park that you need to be aware of. We pulled these directly from the Minute Maid Park A to Z Guide.
Food & Beverage Policy (as of 9/30/21)
Guests can bring food and bottled water into Minute Maid Park for Houston Astros games. This policy is specific to Houston Astros game related events and does not apply to special events held at the ballpark (i.e. concerts, tours, corporate events, etc.). Items that do not meet these guidelines will not be held or secured by ballpark staff.
Food (as of 9/30/21)
- Guests may bring in food that is contained in a clear, plastic bag no larger than one gallon in size.
- One bag per guest.
Bag Policy (as of 9/30/21)
For everyone’s safety, bags exceeding 16” x 16” x 8” and backpacks are not permitted inside Minute Maid Park. All bags will be searched upon entry.
Vegan Options Near Minute Maid Park
In addition to researching what’s available inside the park, we also looked around the park to find a few places you may want to give a try if you’re looking for a bite to eat before or after the game.
Green Seed Vegan
Green Seed Vegan is located a few miles south of the stadium. Not exactly walking distance, but it’s a quick drive from the park.
They offer sandwiches, smoothies and juices and while we’ve never ate their ourselves personally, they have tremendous reviews. People seem to rave about their sweet potato fries.
The Doshi House
The Doshi House is also located a couple miles south of the park. (There are actually a handful of vegan spots around this same area)
They are a vegan and vegetarian place so be aware of that when ordering. Again, we’ve not ate here ourselves, but their reviews are outstanding. The paninis get a lot of love in their reviews so something worth considering for sure.
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