Not a fan of hot dogs, burgers, or brisket covered nachos at baseball games? Maybe you’re more into healthier options without meat. Well, PETA is here to help. The organization released its top 10 most vegetarian-friendly Major League Baseball parks list today. Let’s look at what they said about the top five.
1. AT&T Park (San Francisco Giants)
“The home of the Giants has an ‘expanded roster’ that includes Field Roast frankfurters, portobello sandwiches, made-to-order vegetable tacos and burritos, hummus, and rice, bean, and vegetable bowls with pineapple salsa.”
2. Citizens Bank Park (Philadelphia Phillies)
“…Hall of Fame–worthy vegan options, including faux-chicken patties, black-bean burgers, and Tony Luke’s broccoli rabe, seasoned with garlic, lemon juice, and extra-virgin olive oil.”
3. PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates)
…”veggie burgers, fish-free sushi, seaweed salad, vegan coleslaw, and Sloppy Janes..”
4. Citi Field (New York Mets)
“…fans are chowing down on meat-free meals, including Blue Smoke barbecue pit beans, freshly sliced mango sprinkled with chili powder, and V Is for Vegan pizza, in the stands.”
5. Nationals Park (Washington Nationals)
“…roasted cauliflower sandwich and the vegan crab cake, two delicious choices that scored Nationals Park a spot on PETA’s list of vegetarian-friendly ballparks.”
Please visit PETA’s page for the rest of the top 10 list.