Wrigley Field is bringing back Oatly Ice Cream as a vegan option for the 2023 season. We are in communication with Wrigley Field regarding the food options we have below; specifically more information about their Beyond Burger and Veggie Dog.
If we have not been able to update this info in time for your game, see our info on if you can bring your own food into the game below. We also list Wrigley Field’s bag policies below along with a couple of vegan-friendly restaurants close by.
If you happen to find any other options we do not have listed or are able to ask any questions before we get answers, please let us know so we can keep this guide updated for all the vegan baseball fans!
Vegan Food at Wrigley Field
The following options are based on what Wrigley Field has posted on the MLB App. We’re working on getting more info on their Beyond Burger and Veggie Dog and will update here once we have more info.
- Cracker Jack
Oatly Soft Serve Ice Cream
- Lower Bleachers Right Field
- Sections 105, 110, 123 & 128
- Sections 309 & 324
Beyond Burger (Modifications Needed)
Modifications: Order with NO bun and NO mayo. This info is from last year. We have contacted Wrigley Field to see if this is still the case for the 2023 season.
- Sections 110 & 123
- Sections 309 & 324
We have NOT confirmed if their Veggie Dog is vegan yet. We suggest asking prior to ordering.
- Sections 108, 115, 119 & 131
- Sections 311 & 323
Can I Bring Food Into Wrigley Field?
Not being sure of the vegan options that will be available when heading to an event leads many of us to try to just bring our own food. If you’re thinking of bringing your own food to Wrigley, here are a few policies at the park that you need to be aware of.
These were pulled directly from the Cubs’ Information Guide.
Bags and Backpacks (as of 3.29.23)
Bag restrictions are in place for the 2023 season.
- Backpacks (including clear backpacks), hard-sided coolers (regardless of size) and bags larger than 16 x 16 x 8 inches are NOT permitted at Wrigley Field.
- Other bags (such as wallets, purses, drawstring bags, fanny packs, lunch bags, briefcases and soft-sided coolers) smaller than 16 x 16 x 8 inches in size are permitted.
- Exceptions will be made for medical bags and diaper bags that accompany guests with young children. Bags are subject to inspection. Please see the Prohibited Items section for a list of prohibited items.
Bottles, Cans and Outside Beverages (as of 3.29.23)
- Factory-sealed plastic bottles as well as a personal amount of food (in a small, disposable bag) can be brought into the ballpark. No glass bottles, cans, alcoholic beverages, thermoses or hard-sided coolers of any kind may be brought into Wrigley Field.
Vegan Food Near Wrigley Field
Chicago Not Dogs
Brian with Chicago Not Dogs reached out asking us to mention them as an option on your way into Wrigley Field! This is an all-vegan hot dog shop with many combos, sandwiches and sides that you will order to go or for delivery.
Chipotle appears to be the closest vegan-friendly restaurant to Wrigley Field! It sits just across the street on W. Addison. Fill up before or after a game on sofritas in a bowl, salad or burrito with beans, rice and veggies. Then don’t forget your chips. 😉
Dimo’s is an omni pizza spot that has an entire vegan menu that includes a Vegan BBQ Chicken Pizza, a Vegan Mac Pizza, a Vegan Sausage Pizza and others that are veggie based. .2 miles from the ball park.
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More Info and Links:
- If you’d like to get more info on Wrigley Field in Chicago you can go to their official page here on mlb.com.
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