Editor’s Note 4/2018: This post was written in 2014 and the Dodger Stadium menu has changed.
July 7, 2014- There is nothing like a Dodger Dog and a cold beer on a hot summer day. But if you’re gluten-free you might wonder where to find something you can eat. My husband and I spent an evening with Dodger Stadium Executive Chef Jason Tingley to find the spots around the stadium with gluten-free options. My husband has Celiac Disease and I’m mostly gluten-free.
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Dodger Dog on a Gluten-Free Bun
There are a few spots in the stadium you can find Dodger Dogs on a gluten-free bun. The Kaiser Permanente Healthy Plate Carts offer Dodger Dogs on a gluten-free bun. They’re located behind home plate on the Field, Loge, and Reserve Levels. Section 155 has a veggie dog on a gluten-free bun. You can get a Dodger Dog no bun (including bacon wrapped at Field Level section 8) anywhere they sell dogs.
You can also find Redbridge Gluten-Free Beer at the Kaiser Permanente Healthy Plate Carts and the Dodger store Around the Corner on the Club Level. Those areas also have gluten-free chips and other packaged snacks.
This is my favorite of all the gluten-free options. It’s corn on the cob topped with chile, mayo, queso fresco, and cilantro. You can find it at the Think Blue BBQ on the Pavilion Level.
The tacos at LA Taqueria on the Reserve Level were delightful and we’re told they’re gluten-free. The nachos all over Dodger Stadium are gluten-free, even the giant ones in the Dodger souvenir helmet.
Lettuce Wrapped Burger
It isn’t on the menu at the Elysian Park Grill, but you can order a lettuce wrapped burger. Chef Tingley ordered two for us and they were great – one was a regular burger with a special sauce and the other was a spicy burger. We inhaled them. Tingley worked for months to create the perfect burger for the Elysian Park Grill and even without the bun we think he did an excellent job.
Veggie Wraps and Sushi
You can find veggie wraps and sushi at the Around the Corner store and the Healthy Plate carts. The spicy tuna roll, sushi combo roll, and the veggie wrap below are gluten-free (that’s without soy sauce).
Salads, Vegetables, and other dishes
There are plenty of gluten-free and healthy options if you have extra money to spend. The club level restaurants have gluten-free options including carnitas, roasted turkey, and many salads. Ask the staff to let you know what’s gluten-free.
Items that are also gluten-free without a bun include Bratwurst, Brooklyn Dog, Dodger “Blue Heaven” Burger, Hamburgers/cheeseburgers, Dodger Dog, French Dip, Hot Pastrami, Kosher Hot Dog, Louisiana Sausage, Super Dodger Dog, Turkey Burger, and Veggie Dog.
We had a fun time with Chef Tingley and he said he was open to suggestions on ways to offer more gluten-free items.
If you’d like more gluten-free food available at the stadium, send an email through Fan Services.
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post. We received food and beverages for review purposes. All opinions are my own.