Safeco Field #2 most vegetarian-friendly ballpark

Safeco Field has been named the second most vegetarian-friendly ballpark in MLB. The new survey, released by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), ranked Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies, #1.

The Field Roast gourmet vegetarian selections are available on the Main Concourse near Section 133, and at concession stands on the Upper Concourse and in the Hit It Here Café.

At Safeco Field, the survey highlighted the new offerings by local producer Field Roast including:

  • The IchiBan—Field Roast frankfurter topped with teriyaki glazed onions, grated daikon, shredded nori and a “squiggle” of creamy dressing
  • Seattle Chili Dog—Field Roast frankfurter topped with vegetarian chili and a “slather” of creamy cream cheese
  • The Bombay—Curried garbanzo beans with mango chutney on a grilled Field Roast frankfurter garnished with deep fried curry leaves and a splash of coconut cream.

Rounding out the Top 10 in the survey were Comerica Park (Tigers), Coliseum (Athletics), Dodger Stadium (Dodgers), Citi Field (Mets), Angle Stadium (Angels), Nationals Park (Nationals), PNC Park (Pirates) and Target Field (Twins).

The Safeco Field-exclusive Field Roast burger is a hearty combination of fresh vegetables (carrots, celery, onions and garlic ) mixed with whole barley and tomatoes.

– RH


Yet another reason I like going to Mariners games. As a vegetarian, it can be difficult going to events, but Safeco makes it easier for me and the kids to enjoy the game and snacks.

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