Wrigley Field Vegan Options 2022 (Chicago Cubs)

Vegan Food at Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field is bringing back Oatly Ice Cream (well, maybe, more info below) as a vegan option for the 2022 season.

It was announced just prior to the 2021 MLB Season that two parks, Globe Life Field (Home of the Texas Rangers) and Wrigley Field in Chicago were going to offer Oatly Ice Cream!

What makes this even more spectacular, aside from the fact you can now order vegan ice cream at two major ball parks, is that prior to this announce there was only one place in the country you could order an Oatly soft serve vegan cone.

We’re still waiting on updated 2022 options, but we are working hard to get that information and will update this guide once we do.


Vegan Food at Wrigley Field


The following options are based on what Wrigley Field has posted on their official website. However, the MLB app appears to show Oatly Ice Cream still available inside the park.

We’re working on clarifying this with the Cubs and will update here once we have more info.

Beyond Burger (Modifications Needed)

Modifications: Must be ordered without mayo and without the bun.

  • Sec 110 Third Base Classics
  • Sec 123 First Base Classics
  • Sec 513 (lower bleachers) Red Line Grill

Beyond Brat (Modifications Needed)

Beyond Brat at Wrigley
Beyond Brat at Wrigley (Pic Courtesy of the Chicago Cubs)

Modifications: 

  • Marquee Grill 217
  • Chicago Dogs Platform 14 (Upper Bleachers)

Sabra Hummus

  • Marquee Market Section 218

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 GuideOpens in a new tab..

In regards to bringing in outside food specifically, no where does it specify you can’t bring food in. We’re trying to confirm to be sure and will update when we do.

Bags and Backpacks (as of 4/9/22)

Bag restrictions are in place for the 2022 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 4/9/22)

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.


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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 onOpens in a new tab. mlb.com.
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