PETA says Giants' AT&T Park is MLB's most vegan-friendly stadium
The animal rights organization PETA on Monday published a list of the 10 most vegan-friendly stadiums in Major League Baseball.
Evaluating stadiums on their range of vegan and vegetarian food options, PETA determined San Francisco's AT&T Park the winner of its "2014 Vegetarian-Friendly MLB Stadium Rankings."
San Francisco’s AT&T Park is frequently a contender, but after being knocked out of the top three in 2013, the stadium—which came in first in 2006 and 2011 and second from 2007 to 2010—is back in the top spot again. 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. And you thought the fans just went to AT&T Park to watch Tim Lincecum rack up scoreless innings.
The other stadiums selected, in order, were Philadelphia's Citizens Bank Park, Pittsburgh's PNC Park, New York's Citi Field, Washington D.C.'s Nationals Park, Colorado's Coors Field, Seattle's Safeco Field, Boston's Fenway Park, Toronto's Rogers Centre and Atlanta's Turner Field.
- Chris Johnson