There are plenty of vegan options that you can grab at Yankee Stadium while you’re catching a game. From plant based burgers to vegan sushi, there’s something almost everyone will enjoy.
So, the next time you’re at a Yankees, know you can do so while also snacking on a Field Roast Frank.
Here’s everything vegan we’re aware of at Yankee Stadium as well as policies you need to be aware of if you’re thinking of bringing food into the stadium.
If you know of anything we’ve missed or you know the exact location of any of the options we have listed, please let us know!
Vegan Options at Yankee Stadium
The following options are from the 2021 baseball season. We have not been able to confirm with the Yankees yet the current options for the 2022 season. We will update here when we do.
- Field Roast Frank
Sections 205 and 234
- Field Roast Burgers
Concessions Throughout Stadium
- Soft Pretzel
- Cracker Jacks
Melissa’s Farmers Market (Section 121B)
- Fresh Fruit
Noodle Bowl (Section 127B)
- Vegan Sushi
Can I Bring My Own Food Into Yankee Stadium?
These policies were all pulled directly from the Yankees Information Guide:
Food and Beverage Policy (as of 3/28/22)
Guests are permitted to bring food into Yankee Stadium for individual consumption. Items such as apples and oranges must be sliced or sectioned. Clear factory-sealed plastic bottles of water, 1 liter in size or smaller, are also permitted.
Bag Policy (as of 3/28/22):
Metal detectors are located at all Stadium gates. Once Guests have been screened and have had their MLB-compliant bag – and small soft-sided personal item – checked, they will have their ticket scanned.
Yankee Stadium management strongly urges all Guests to budget additional time for entry into the Stadium when planning their visits.
Before proceeding through metal detectors, Guests will be required to remove cellphones, cameras and any large metal objects from their pockets and place them in a small plastic container, which will be visually inspected along with their MLB-compliant bag and small soft-sided personal item, by security personnel at a screening table alongside the metal detector.
Only MLB-compliant bags – presently soft-sided and 16 inches by 16 inches by 8 inches or smaller – and small soft-sided personal items will be admitted. MLB-compliant bags and personal items are subject to a physical search and/or X-ray screening.
Bags must be less than 16 x 16 x 8. It cannot include glass, cans, aluminum bottles or thermoses.
A little more regarding Bottles and Cans (as of 3/28/22):
No cans, thermoses or glass or aluminum bottles are permitted in Yankee Stadium. Exceptions are made for Guests with medical needs and for glass baby bottles at the sole and absolute discretion of Yankee Stadium management.
Unopened soft-sided single-serve containers of nonalcoholic beverages (e.g., small milk cartons or juice boxes), clear factory-sealed plastic bottles of water 1 liter in size or smaller, and empty plastic sports bottles are permitted.
Vegan Options Near Yankee Stadium
We also do research to try to find some great vegan spots around stadiums in case you want to grab a bite before or after the game. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of restaurants close to Yankee Stadium.
However, we did find one that might be worth a little drive.
Next Stop Vegan (The Vegan Corner Hub)
1818 Archer St, Bronx, NY 10460
Next Stop Vegan is located a little less than 4 miles east of the stadium. Not exactly walking distance but well worth the trip.
We’ve not been her ourselves personally, but the reviews for Next Stop Vegan are amazing. People absolutely rave of the Patacon Chimi.
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