Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins has a few great vegan options that you can grab while you’re catching a game.
The star of the show has to The Herbivorous Butcher that has been setup at Twins games since 2017. The Herbivorous Butcher serves up vegan ‘meats’, pizzas and even ice cream cookie sandwiches.
Here’s everything vegan we found at Target Field, including info on Target Field’s policy on bringing your own food to the game in case you want to go that route. Finally, we also did a bit of research around the stadium to find a couple good spots to grab some vegan eats before or after the game.
If you see anything that has changed, needs updated or if we’ve missed something, please let us know so that we can update and improve this guide.
Vegan Options at Target Field
Available Throughout Target Field
- Cracker Jacks
(Other options like French Fries*, Soft Pretzels and Popcorn could potentially be vegan but we have not been able to confirm. Please check with staff before ordering)
*French Fries appear to share a fryer with Chicken Tenders
Section 109 & 305
- Vegan Burger (Check to make sure burger is not served with non-vegan components like cheese, bun or mayo. We have been able to confirm how the burger is served.)
Hot Indian Foods
- Vegan Aloo Gobi Rice Bowl
The Herbivorous Butcher
- Italian Sausages
- Sriracha Brats
- Field Roast Burgers
- Field Roast Veggie Dogs
- Vegan Cheese Pizza
- Vegan Ice Cream Cookie Sandwiches
Truly On Deck
Truly On Deck is advertised to have ‘Assorted Salads’. We have not been able to confirm which, if any, are vegan but it could be worth checking.
Can I Bring My Own Food to Target Field?
Here is some info that we gathered that will come in handy if you’re thinking about taking your own food into the game.
Target Field Official Food Policy (as of 7/27/21)
Outside food (except sunflower seeds, which are prohibited) is allowed into Target Field.
Target Field’s Official Bag Policy (as of 7/27/21)
Single-compartment bags (maximum size of 16”x16”x8”) are allowed into Target Field. These include purses, clutch purses, single-compartment tote bags, clear bags, drawstring bags, diaper bags, single-compartment soft-sided coolers, fanny packs and medically-necessary items. Backpacks, multi-compartment laptop bags, duffel bags or any bags over the size requirement are not allowed into the ballpark. To expedite entry into Target Field, the Twins recommend that guests come without bags whenever possible.
Target Field’s Official Beverages Policy (as of 7/27/21)
Sealed, bottled water 32 oz. or less, and soft sided single juice or milk containers for children are the only outside beverages permitted into Target Field. Flavored water, performance beverages (Gatorade, Powerade, etc) are NOT permitted into Target Field. Guests may bring liquids required for legitimate medical purposes into Target Field.
Vegan Options Near Target Field
We also did a bit of research around Target Field to find a couple good places to grab some vegan eats if you want to meet up with some friends for a bite before or after the game.
The Herbivorous Butcher
A mile and a half from the Target Field, just over the Mississippi River is the permanent location for The Herbivorous Butcher.
We had to include The Herbivorous Butcher because it is on our short list of places we want to visit. Chances are, you’ve heard of The Herbivorous somewhere along the way if you’ve been vegan for awhile. They are very well known for their faux meats, jerkies and more.
If you’re in town for a game and don’t get a chance to visit this location, don’t worry, they ship nationwide and you order starter kits and a jerky of the month club from their website.
Insane Vegan is located less than a half mile south of the stadium and has some amazing reviews so far for what looks to be a relatively new restaurant.
The most popular menu items are the Crazy BBQ Thang, Loaded Burger Rolls and the Spicy Potato Salad.
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