If you’re looking for the vegan options at the Vivint Smart Home Arena, then you’re in the right place!
We’ll let you know where to find everything vegan inside the arena. We’ll also give you the policies you should know if you’re thinking of bringing your own food to the game (or concert).
Finally, we give you a couple recommendations for vegan-friendly restaurants close to the arena.
We do everything in our power to make sure this guide stays as up-to-date as possible, but if you know of something we’ve missed or maybe something that has changed – please reach out and let us know so we can update this guide and make it better!
Vegan Options at Vivint Smart Home Arena
Cubby’s and Honest Acai (Both on Level 3 Main Concourse)
So far the responses we’ve got from Vivint Smart Home Staff is that both of these locations, Cubby’s and Honest Acai, have vegan options. We’re trying to get more details as to what these options are, but hopefully this info can at least get you to the right spots.
In the meantime, we’ll keep working to try to get more details and we’ll update here when get them.
Chick Fil-a (Level 3 Portal G)
Not sure you’ll be able to modify a cool wrap like we recommend on our Chick Fil-a Guide (Order with NO chicken, cheese or avocado lime dressing – sub a vegan dressing in it’s place) because more often than not arena concessions have a lot less flexibility.
Worst case scenario you should still be able to grab some fries.
Can I Bring Food Into Vivint Smart Home Arena?
If you’re not thrilled with the vegan options inside the arena and thinking about bringing your own food instead, make sure to become familiar with some of the policies at Vivint Smart Home Arena first.
We pulled these directly from their Arena Policies and FAQ page.
Bags (as of 10/4/21)
No bags, purses or clutches are allowed inside Vivint Arena to expedite entry and reduce screening touchpoints. Exceptions will be made for diaper and medical bags smaller than 14x14x6 inches. Please note that all medical and diaper bags will be X-rayed upon entrance.
Prohibited Items* (as of 10/4/21)
- Backpacks, bags, and purses
- Coolers or bottles (cans or glass)
- Outside food and beverage
*This is not a complete list of all the prohibited items at Vivint Smart Home Arena. We only pulled a few of the ones we felt were relevant to bringing food and/or beverages into the arena.
Vegan Options Near Vivint Smart Home Arena
We took a look around the area close to the arena to find a couple vegan-friendly restaurants that would be good spots to hit up before or after the game. This is by no means a complete list of all the options in the area, just two places that caught our attention.
Mark of the Beastro
Just a mile and a half south of the arena you’ll find this all vegan bistro with a metal (the music not the material!) vibe.
The Chicken and Waffles and Wings both get rave reviews so keep those in mind if you get a chance to stop by and check out Mark of the Beatro.
Vertical Diner and The Jade Room
A vegan fine dining restaurant that serves breakfast all day? That’s what you’ll find at the Vertical Diner! Not only that, but they are the home of the famous Dude cakes. Yes, that Dude.
To find the Vertical Diner, just head straight down John Stockton Drive about a mile and half south.
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More Links and Info
- If you’d like to get more info on the Vivint Smart Home Arena, for everything from Jazz tickets to parking, be sure to head over to their Official Website.
- VeggL contains hundreds of vegan guides for popular chain restaurants, airports and sports venues including places like the Salt Lake City Airport and Ball Arena (Denver Nuggets).
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