Thursday, October 16, 2008

At Least They're Veggie Friendly

As sad as I am that the Phillies are going to the World Series this year and not the Dodgers, it is nice to know that their stadium, Citizens Bank Park, is veggie friendly.

Philadelphia Daily News: Venue vegan: Phillies, Citizens Bank Park find a winning combo with meatless menu

Philadelphia ABC 6 News: Green Dogs

Special thanks to Soy Happy for sending this information. As I have mentioned before, Soy Happy's website lists vegetarian options for all 30 major league baseball stadiums. They are an organization that encourages and assists various locations in providing vegetarian items, including stadiums, schools, restaurants, zoos, and spas.

click here for Soy Happy's list of vegetarian options at ballparks

Related post:
Vegetarian Options at Ballparks

3 comments:

Michael Doss said...

Angel Stadium is the worst - no veggie burgers, or dogs, or even much in the way of meatless pasta entrees. The Asian food selection is Panda Express (and therefore not vegetarian), and I haven't ever gotten a straight answer regarding beans and rice at their Mexican places. I always eat before I go, unless I know I'm going to be happy with Cracker Jacks.

miss v said...

the royals have two options for vegans - popcorn (maybe) and peanuts. yum. however, there are supposed to be a lot more food options next year, so hopefully that will include some veg*n choices too.

Sarah said...

Yes, Dodger stadium definitely has way better food and options than Angels stadium. But then again that's where Johanna McCloy (founder of Soy Happy) first got started. It is so awesome that she was able to make the impact that she did.