The vegan options at Truist Park (home of the Atlanta Braves) are going to be so much better with Slutty Vegan taking up residence!
This is Slutty Vegan’s debut season at Truist Park and it’s the FIRST time this ballpark will have a 100% vegan food vendor. More details are below.
Additionally, according to Trust Park’s MLB App guide, the ballpark will offer a Vegetarian Hot Dog. We have NOT confirmed if it is vegan yet so until we do, we suggest asking prior to ordering. H&F has a Beyond Burger but the bun is not vegan and the grill is shared with meat items.
Our advice would be to eat inside the park at Slutty Vegan or outside at The Battery. If choosing the battery, be sure you get there early enough because wait times will be long before a game. We have more information about your options in the Battery below.
You also have the option to bring your own food in. We’ve included their policies to make you familiar with what they allow in regard to food, beverages along with bag specifics.
If you notice any changes, please let us know!
Vegan Options at Truist Park
- Cracker Jacks
Slutty Vegan (Section 130)
This will be your go-to vegan option inside Truist Park!
- Big Dawg … a plant-based brat with sauerkraut and onsauce on a vegan pretzel bun
- Tenderonis … plant-based chicken tenders
- Slutty Fries
Sauces include blackberry mayo and agave mustard.
1871 Grille (Section 113)
*May share a fryer with animal menu items. We suggest asking if this is a concern for you.
- Curly Fries*
- Peanuts Cracker Jacks
Ballpark Classics (Sections 135 and possibly 312)
- Vegetarian Hot Dog. We have contacted Truist Park (twice) to ask if this is a vegan option. Until we hear back, we suggest asking prior to ordering.
- Cracker Jacks
The following information is from the 2022 season.
We have not confirmed if it is still correct. If you happen to stop by and find out, please let us know so we can update our guide for the next vegan baseball fan!
- Fresh Fruit: Sections 109, 149, 212 and 242
- Beyond Burger (not a vegan bun and shares the grill with meat items): H&F Burger on the first level outfield where the gates come in & out of the Battery.
Can I Bring Food Into the Stadium?
Not thrilled with the vegan options available and thinking of bringing your own food to the game instead? Before you do, make sure you’re aware of a few policies at Truist Park. We pulled these directly from their A to Z Guide.
Bag Policy (as of 3.28.23)
Bags are not allowed to enter Truist Park for the 2023 season. Exceptions may be made for:
- Medical bags no larger than what is required to transport necessary medical equipment
- Breast pumps for nursing mothers and other bags required for guests with ADA needs
- Diaper bags for guests accompanied by infant(s) and/or toddler(s)
- Small, single compartment clutches no larger than 5 x 9 inches
A mobile locker bag storage (first come, first served) unit is available for guests who arrive with oversized bags outside the Third Base Gate two hours prior to game start time to one hour after last out for a cost of $11 per bag. Special events such as concerts will be a $15 dollar charge per bag.
Outside Food & Drink (as of 3.28.23)
- Fans will be able to bring food inside of Truist Park as long as it fits inside a clear, gallon-sized plastic bag and may also bring a sealed plastic bottle of water.
- One bag of food and one bottle of water per ticket will be permitted. Additional considerations will be made for those with dietary concerns and infants.
- All bags of food will be subject to additional inspection at our security gates before entry.
Vegan Options Near Truist Park
Located just outside of Truist Park.
- The Yardhouse has an entire Gardein menu–make sure you verify which items are not just vegetarian but are indeed vegan. You can utilize our vegan guide to do that.
- Cultivate Food & Coffee has an entirely vegan menu as well that includes vegan beignets, a vegan breakfast plate, vegan hash, vegan sausage balls, a vegan grits bowl, a vegan brunch sandwich, and avocado toast.
- Inside of PH’EAST you will find 26 Thai. They offer edamame, spring rolls, vegetable potstickers and drunken noodles.
- EATaliano Kitchen & Bar offers a vegan cheese pizza. They also offer a lot of vegetarian dishes–ask if any of those could be modified.
- El Super Pan is mentioned quite a bit in the Vegan Atlanta FB group but we have not confirmed which options are vegan. We suggest asking if you happen to stop by.
- Goldberg’s carries the Beyond Burger on a vegan bun.
- Jeni’s Ice Cream… Jeni’s offers a few vegan options. Stop in to see what this location offers.
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More Links and Info:
- For more info on Truist Park, make sure to head over to their Official Website.
- We have vegan guides for stadiums/arenas across the country, airports and popular chain restaurants. In fact, we have guides for other Atlanta sports venues like Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons) and State Farm Arena (Atlanta Hawks).
- Disclaimer: We do everything possible at VeggL to make sure all our Vegan Guides are as up to date as possible, but sometimes menus and menu items can change. VeggL is not responsible for incorrect or outdated information. Always check with your location and server to confirm items are vegan when ordering. If you notice something that needs to be corrected – please let us know!