Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, is one of the vegan friendliest stadiums in the US. Oracle Park has vegan options all over the park. You don’t have to worry about hunting down that ‘one stand’ that has that ‘one option’ when you go see a Giants game.
We’ve researched all the vegan options in the park and where to find them, as well as, the stadium policy on bringing your own food if you want to go that route. Finally, we also found a couple vegan restaurants close to the stadium if you want to grab a bite before or after the game.
If you notice an option or menu item has changed, or if we’ve missed an option – please let us know so that we can update and improve this guide!
Vegan Options at Oracle Park
- Potato Chips
The Garden (behind centerfield wall, below scoreboard)
- Assorted Vegetable Antipasti
- Garden Soup
- Grilled Vegetable Sandwich
- Flat Breads (made without gluten containing ingredients) – cauliflower, roasted eggplant, caramelized leeks, oven roasted tomatoes, homegrown hot peppers
- Vegan Loca Nachos (with vegan Loca nacho cheese sauce and optional Impossible chili topping. Fully loaded nachos include pico de gallo and jalapeños)
Tony’s, 2nd Floor Promenade, Organic Coup
- Tony’s Tater Tots
Mission St. Taqueria
- Ballpark Nachos w/ tortilla chips, guacamole, salsa
- Bean Burrito
- Veggie Taco
- Burrito Bowl w/ Spanish rice, Black beans, Shredded lettuce, Guacamole, Fire Roasted Salsa Roasted salsa
John McGraw Derby Grill
- Impossible Burger
- Veggie Burger
Say Hey Grill
- Veggie Dog
- Baked Potato
2nd Floor Promenade
- Veggie Wrap
Fong’s, 2nd Floor Promenade
- Rice Bowl w/ baby bok choy and baked tofu
- Noodle bowl w/ roasted eggplant, wok seared bell peppers, crisp tofu
Can I Bring Food into Oracle Park?
According to Oracle Park:
Outside food and sealed non-alcoholic beverages are allowed at Oracle Park (except in suites or premium spaces). No glass, aluminum or hard sided coolers. New for 2021, backpacks are not allowed.
Oracle Park’s Policy on Bags, Containers & Coolers:
To allow for an expedited entry experience, bags are highly discouraged. Only bags smaller than 16”x16”x8”will be allowed to enter the park. NO backpacks, briefcases, suitcases, or rolling bags will be permitted. Paper and plastic grocery bags, purses, fanny packs, lunch bags, diaper bags, soft-sided containers, and handbags are allowed into the ballpark as long as they do not exceed the 16″ x 16″ x 8″ in size in accordance with MLB policy. Oracle Park does not store oversized bags.
All bags will be thoroughly inspected before they are permitted into the ballpark. Hard-sided coolers and backpacks will not be permitted. Guests are strongly encouraged to arrive early and to allow additional time to enter the ballpark.
Vegan Options Near Oracle Park
We also did a little research around the park to find some good vegan eats in case you want to grab a bite to eat before or after the game. It may not come as a surprise that there are a plethora of vegan restaurants to choose from in the area – way too many to list here.
Here are just a few:
Quick Vegan SF
Less than a mile from the stadium sits Quick Vegan SF, the closest of the vegan restaurants in the area to the park.
They have a wide variety of options including pizzas, burgers, bowls and even chocolate chip cookies. Definitely worth a try if you’re heading to or from a Giants game.
Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar and Izakaya
The highest rated of all the vegan restaurants close to the stadium is Shizen Vegan Sushi Bar (4.7 out of 5.0 with over 1800 reviews on Google). It’s a vegan sushi and ramen restaurant located about two miles west of the stadium.
If you go, make sure you try some of the vegan sushi rolls – people rave about them. I know we have it on our bucket list for sure!
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