T-Mobile Park Vegan Options 2022 (Seattle Mariners)

Seattle Mariners Vegan

The Vegan Options at T-Mobile Park are as good as you might expect at a stadium located in the vegan friendly northwest US. They have tons of options and they are located throughout the park.

In addition to listing all the vegan options inside the park we also looked up T-Mobile Park’s policy for bringing food into the park if you’re thinking about going that route.

Finally, we researched around the stadium to find a couple vegan locations in case you want to grab a bite before or after the game.


Vegan Options at T-Mobile Park


2022 Update: While most of the options below appear to still be available for 2021 season, for some reason the only things listed under the Vegan tab on the T-Mobile website is a Fruit Cup (Section 132, 216), Hummus Platter (Section 132, 216) and the Vegetable & Mushroom Bun from Din Tai Fung (Section 133)

We are waiting for a response from T-Mobile on why some of these other items are not listed as vegan. In the mean time we’ll leave the 2021 options listed below here.

Located Throughout the Park

  • Field Roast Sausages
  • Beyond Burgers
  • Peanuts
  • Popcorn
  • Pretzels
  • Potato Chips
  • Fries

Section 132

The Natural

  • Fresh Organic Fruit
  • Build Your Own Salad
  • Avocado Toast
  • Beyond Meat Italian Sausage and Burgers*

Hiroshi’s Sushi

  • Veggie Sushi Rolls (Avocado or Cucumber)
  • Edamame

Din Tai Fung

  • Vegetarian Steamed Buns
  • Garlic Green Buns

Caffe Vita

CB’s Nuts

  • Small-Batch Slow Roasted Nuts (made locally)

Section 152 (The ‘Pen)

Poquitos

  • Chips, Salsa, Guacamole

Edgar’s Cantina in the ‘Pen

  • Tofu Delight Sandwich – Order with NO aioli

Section 183

Paseo’s

  • Caribbean-style Onion Obsession sandwich – Order with NO aioli
  • Caramelized Onion Tacos – Order with NO sour cream

Section 184

AM/PM Mini Mart

  • Random Snacks

Also…

Lil Woody’s (The Pen and Section 218)

  • Impossible Burger – Buns are toasted with butter. Order with NO butter on the buns (probably will come untoasted)

Hit It Here Cafe

  • Beyond Burger*

*Note: Gluten Free Buns at T-Mobile Park are not vegan


Can I Bring Food Into T-Mobile Park?


T-Mobile Park
Absolutely gorgeous shot of T-Mobile Park (Amy Roswurm / Shutterstock.com)

Looking to bring your own food into the park? Here are some T-Mobile policies you want to be familiar with: (These were pulled directly form T-Mobile’s Gate and Bag Policy FAQOpens in a new tab..)

Here is T-Mobile’s answer on their policy page to the question of, “Can I Bring In Food?” (as of 4/7/22)

Outside food is permitted in single-serving sizes. Sealed, clear plastic water bottles up to 32oz, baby bottles, beverages related to medical needs, and unopened, soft-sided single serve containers like juice boxes are permitted.

Can I Bring a bag into T-Mobile Park? (as of 4/7/22)

Clear plastic or vinyl bags no larger than 12” x 6” x 12” are permitted. One gallon clear plastic zip-top bags are also allowed. Security must be able to see inside and identify items to the bottom of the bag. Items may not be used to obscure the view of bag contents, including but not limited to non-clear bags, pouches, etc.

Bags with interior contents obscured from view are not allowed. Small clutch bags no larger than 4.5” x 6.5” are permitted. (Small bags do not have to be clear plastic or vinyl.) Backpacks, multi-compartment bags, duffle bags and purses larger than 4.5”x6.5” are not permitted.

Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items or single compartment diaper bags (child must be present).

Can I Bring Water? (as of 4/7/22)

Fans are permitted to bring in factory sealed bottles of water or empty plastic reusable bottle 32 ounce or less in size. Non-sealed water bottles, reusable metal or glass bottles, or any bottle larger than 32 ounces in size is prohibited.


Vegan Options Near T-Mobile Park


We did a bit of research around T-Mobile Park to find a couple places you can grab a bite to eat before or after the game.

Loving Hut

1226 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98144

There is a Loving Hut located about a mile from the park. Depending on where you end up parking, a walk there and back might be feasible. If not, it’s only a couple minute drive from the stadium.

If you’re not familiar, Loving Hut is a vegan counter-serve chain with locations all over country (and the world actually). You can’t go wrong with just about anything on the menu. We recommend trying the pho or the dumplings. Both amazing!

Veggie Grill

1427 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

Located about a mile north of the park is a Veggie Grill.

Veggie Grill is another fully vegan chain restaurant located up and down the west coast (Bring them East!!!) Honestly, close your eyes, point at the menu and order. It’s going to be amazing. We ate there multiple times the last time we visited California and didn’t try anything we didn’t love.


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More Info:

  • If you’d like to get more info on T-Mobile Park, you can go to their official page here on mlb.com.
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