Venue Vegetarian Guide

Dodger Stadium Claim

3.00 / 5

Dodger Stadium opened in 1962 as the home ballpark for the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB). It is the third oldest continually used park in Major League Baseball. The stadium is carved into the hillside of Chavez Ravine, overlooking downtown LA to the south and the San Gabriel mountains to the north.

Name*

Ryan Evans

Job title*

Executive Chef

Company*

Levy Restaurants

Email address*

ryevans@levyrestaurants.com

Telephone*

323-224-1451

Snacks & Salads

Peanuts, Popcorn, Pretzels, Cracker Jacks, Potato Chips, Fries, Salads.

Item:

Salads

Location:

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

Item:

Veg-Out Cup with Hummus

Location:

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

Item:

Fruit Cup with lime and tajin

Location:

Field Section 5, Loge Section 137, Reserve Section 5

Item:

Naked Tots and Garlic Tots

Location:

Field Section 8, Loge Section 136

Burgers & Basics

Yes

Item:

Plant-Based Sausage

Location:

Field Sections 10, 22, 23, 311 and Loge Sections 106, 133 and Reserve Sections 4, 35, 36 and Top Deck Sections 5, 6

Item:

Beyond Burger (available without mayo or cheese)

Location:

Field Section 47, Reserve Section 31

Item:

Vegan Taco (starting in NLDS 2019)- Two spicy jackfruit tacos topped with a Spanish slaw, pico de gallo, and a vegan avo crema on corn tortillas.

Location:

Field section 252, Reserve section 741

Beyond the Basics

Yes

Item:

Tempeh Basebowl (Citrus marinated Tempeh, rice, black beans, and pico de gallo)

Location:

Loge Section 137, Reserve Sections 23, 24

Item:

Tempeh Nachos (with vegan cheese)

Location:

Right Field Plaza, and Reserve Section 13

Verified Vegan Meat

Yes

Verified Vegan Meat:

Plant-Based Sausage, Beyond Burger

Verified Listing

Yes

  • Jon June 20, 2019

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    Rating: 2 / 5
    Pros

    New "plant-based" sausage things are dense and filling, if that's what you're after.

    Cons

    The flavor profile of the "plant-based" sausage dogs is not "hot dog" and is somewhere between breakfast sausage and italian sausage... with strong "wheatmeat" tones.By calling these sausages, they've also been up-priced to other, traditional sausage items. I much prefer the veggie Dodger Dogs of years past. I'll be looking for other items on my next visit, or just plan on eating before the game. Real disappointment.

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Venue Address:

1000 Vin Scully Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012-1199

Venue Website:

Dodger Stadium

Venue or Foodservice Telephone:

323-224-4283 (foodservice)

Foodservice / Concessions managed by:

Levy Restaurants

Listing updated on:

October 6, 2019

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