Top 10 Allergy-Friendly Baseball Stadiums

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When it comes to being allergy-friendly, these baseball stadiums hit it out of the park! Our guide features the 10 highest rated allergy-friendly MLB stadiums based on Spokin app reviews. See which stadiums scored a home run for offering peanut-free games and safe ballpark eats including gluten-free hotdogs, chicken fingers, beer, and more. Explore all the baseball stadium reviews on the Spokin app and if you’ve attended a baseball game, please share a review!


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1. Guaranteed Rate Field

Location: Chicago, Illinois

“When the Sox hold their 2 Food Allergy Awareness games each year, this is a great event for the whole family. The Sox do a great job ensuring a safe environment for the food allergy community.”

@jnierman22, who manages peanut, tree nut, sesame, and chickpea allergies

2. Yankee Stadium

Location: Bronx, New York

“We have always found servers accommodating when asked about ingredients. The Philly cheesesteaks are safe for my very allergic daughter (eggs, all nuts, sesame, soy, legumes, and mustard).”

@rappaporter, who manages peanut, tree nut, egg, soy, fish, mustard, sesame, and legume allergies

3. Citi Field

Location: Queens, New York

“There’s a dedicated gluten-free stand with hot dogs and hamburgers on gluten-free buns. They have gluten-free fries and GLUTEN-FREE CHICKEN FINGERS! It’s a dedicated gluten-free area.”

@kaylacappiello, who manages celiac, a tree nut allergy, and a lactose intolerance

4. Dodger Stadium

Location: Los Angeles, California

“They sell gluten-free hot dogs and beer in a few areas of the park. The staff isn’t the most knowledgeable so do your research about where they’re located because it took 4 employees to find the stands for me (I believe they’re listed online now). Friends have used NIMA and found them to be safe and I’ve always felt fine after eating them so pretty confident they’re safe for other celiacs too. Nice to eat a Dodger dog like the rest of the fans when I’m at a game!”

@andglutenfree, who manages celiac and an oyster allergy

5. Oracle Park

Location: San Francisco, California

“They usually have one or two peanut-free games a year! I’ve been a few times to regular games and always had pretty good experiences. I wipe down my seat and we usually get cheap tickets up in the outfield, so stands are usually not as packed and less peanuts. They have a good taco stand that’s nut-free and mostly gluten-free! I do try to be careful what I eat at the games/not get food I have to touch due to peanut dust and potential cross contact. I think Oracle Park is one of the better stadiums in regards to peanut allergies—I haven’t been in a few years but definitely am excited to go back when I move to San Francisco!”

@emsnutfreeeats, who manages celiac and peanut and tree nut allergies

6. American Family Field

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

“We have attended several peanut-friendly games here—they do a great job!”

@susie, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

7. Kauffman Stadium

Location: Kansas City, Missouri

“The Royals often have peanut-free games. The fans are always willing to not eat their peanuts if you have an allergy. They do offer foods at the park, such as Minute Maid lemon bars, and they allow you to bring in food from home and cleaning wipes to clean seating.”

@dhodson500, who manages a peanut allergy

8. Nationals Park

Location: Washington, D.C.

“Every year they have designated peanut-free booths which are located in a box section for a very reasonable price. They also allow you to bring your own food in. Loved having the experience of going to the baseball game without the added worry of peanuts.”

@theallergictab, who manages peanut, tree nut, and legume allergies

9. Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

“Like all baseball stadiums, Oriole Park is not nut-free. But ticket pricing makes it easier for movement within the stadium or buying multiple tickets to create a “safe” zone. They also have special allergy-friendly nights with special protocol and a designated suite.”

@stadiumsmomma, who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

10. PNC Park

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Plenty of options for gluten-free (mostly pre-packaged, though, but some places do accommodate so it’s worth asking). My favorite is the kettle corn. They occasionally have fully peanut-free games and gluten-free games for celiac awareness events. BRGR is on the lower level and does have plenty of gluten-free options, including buns.”

@gluttenous, who manages celiac and an egg allergy

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