We’ve tried multiple times to contact Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans, to find out what vegan options are available at the stadium. Unfortunately, we haven’t received any responses to our requests for info.
We’ll keep reaching out, but in the meantime we do 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 two vegan-friendly locations where you can grab some food before or after the game (or both! We’re not here to judge!).
Finally, if you’d like to help us out by encouraging Nissan Stadium to get in touch with us, you can send them a contact form on their website here.
Vegan Options at Nissan Stadium
Like we just mentioned, we are not aware of any vegan options at Nissan Stadium at this time. It doesn’t mean they may not exist, we just haven’t been able to confirm with anyone at the arena 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 Nissan Stadium?
Thinking about bringing your own food to the game? Here are some policies at Nissan Stadium that you’ll want to be aware of. These policies were pulled directly from their A to Z Guide.
Bag Policy (as of 9/17/21)
We strongly encourage guests NOT to bring any type of bag to Nissan Stadium to expedite entry at the gates. If you need to bring personal items to the game, please familiarize yourself with our clear bag policy.
Clear bags must be 12″ x 12″ x 6″ or smaller. This includes clear cinch sacks, clear diaper bags, gallon ziploc bags, etc.
Non-transparent bags, wallets and cases must not exceed 4.5″ X 6.5″ even if you are placing it inside` your larger clear bag. See diagram below. Please Note: Non-transparent bags (4.5″ x 6.5″ or smaller) are still subject to inspection by security personnel at the gates.
The clear bag policy is in effect for Nissan Stadium events.
Prohibited Items* (as of 9/17/21)
- any non-transparent bag larger than 4.5″ x 6.5″ • coolers or containers, including glass bottles, cans (aerosol and non-aerosol), thermos, hard plastic tumbler
- outside food/beverages
*This is not a complete list of all the prohibited items listed, just a few we felt were relevant to trying to bring food and/or beverages into the stadium.
Container Policy (as of 9/17/21)
For the safety of all our guests, containers cannot be carried into Nissan Stadium. This includes coolers, glass bottles and cans. If you have a medical need, exceptions may be made at the stadium’s designated Medical Entrances located to the furthest right lane of each gate.
Please note, empty, clear plastic water bottles are permissible.
Vegan Options Near Nissan Stadium
If part of your gameday ritual is grabbing a bite to eat before or after the game (it is for us!), then we’ve got you covered there too. We took a look around the stadium to find a couple good vegan-friendly spots to grab some food.
This is by no means a complete list, just two places that caught our attention.
If you’re not from Nashville, you may be surprised to find out there are some AMAZING vegan restaurants in the city. Here are two that are at the top of our bucket list.
Located just two miles southwest of the stadium is Vegelicious, LLC. They specialize in preparing hearty, mouth-watering, home-style 100% vegan and gluten-free cuisine that are delicious enough to satisfy even the most skeptical omnivore.
The pictures (and the reviews) for this place are unbelievable. The hot chicken, the home fries, the banana pudding… we can’t find anything on their menu we don’t want to try.
The Wild Cow
If you head a couple miles in the other direction from the stadium, you’ll find The Wild Cow. The Wild Cow serves up a wide variety of homemade vegan food from reubens to artichoke dip to lentil soup.
Here is a snippet from the owners that we really wanted to share:
We opened the Wild Cow to provide delicious, cruelty-free, healthy food to the people of Middle Tennessee. Nearly all of our food is purchased in it’s whole form, meaning we make almost all of our own sauces, dressings, soup stocks, etc. This means that we can name every ingredient in the food we serve.
Definitely worth checking out while you’re in Nashville!
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More Links and Info
- If you’d like to get more information on Nissan Stadium for things like Parking, etc – head over to their Official Page
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