Get Plant-Based Fan Food at North Texas Pro Sports Games




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional sports franchise in Dallas are cooking up healthier foods for their fans. Here’s a sampling of what’s on the menu on game days.

 

Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium

  • African spiced supergrain bowl (request vegetarian/vegan option)
  • Thai veggie wrap with spicy peanut sauce
  • Elote
  • Vegetarian nachos
  • Black Bean veggie burger
  • Papa John’s cheese pizza

Dallas Mavericks, American Airlines Center

  • Nachos
  • Soft pretzel
  • Popcorn
  • Veggies and hummus
  • Fruit cups
  • Takis
  • Waffle fries
  • Cinnamon-glazed nuts
  • Mexican street corn

FC Dallas, Toyota Stadium

  • Elote
  • Bavarian pretzel
  • Broccoli apple salad
  • Small cheese nacho
  • Fried pickles
  • Cheese pizza
  • Vegan/vegetarian options on suites menu

Texas Rangers, Globe Life Park

  • Southwest black bean burger
  • Vegan ballpark nachos
  • Vegan grande nachos
  • Vegan frito pie
  • Shake it up salad
  • Veggie wraps with beyond chicken
  • Vegan veggie wrap
  • Vegan Hot Dog
  • Fruit or Veggie Cup
  • Vegan Chili

 

 

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