Barclay’s Center Now Has a Vegan Food Stand

January 7, 2019

New vegan restaurants are constantly popping up. Recently, a vegan Japanese omakase restaurant, Water opened in NYC. Arizona is getting it’s first fine dining vegan restaurant, Casa Terra. Many classic fast-food chains and restaurants have also been adding vegan options to their menus, such as Carl’s Jr. partnering with Beyond Meat.

One thing that isn’t often available is vegan food at stadiums and event venues. However, Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York has changed that. There is now a vegan food stand at Barclay’s Center called Happy Cow V2. Now vegans (and anyone who wants to) can eat vegan food when at the Barclay’s for sports or shows!

Happy Cow V2 serves vegan takes on the classic stadium-style foods that are always available at sporting events. They sell tacos, hot dogs, and burgers made with Beyond Meat patties. There’s also a snack menu with nachos and vegan soup from Hale & Hearty.

If you’re buying tickets to a game or event at Barclay’s Center, you’re in luck because you’ll have more than enough vegan dining options!

Make Your Own Stadium-Style Grub

Are you now craving vegan burgers, hot dogs, and tacos? Try these yummy recipes from our Food Monster App!

1. Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion

Source: Hot Dog With Apple Mustard Compote and Vanilla Pickled Onion

The stars of Trine Rask‘s Hot Dogs are the toppings. These are creative, zingy, tangy, and all the other descriptive words that you’d want on your hot dog. They’re beyond easy to make and bring that hot dog from casual to gourmet the minute you slab this stuff on them. Got some extra veggie dogs lying around that you don’t know what to do with? Get creative with the condiments!

2. Sriracha Black Bean Burgers

Sriracha black bean burgers

Source: Sriracha Black Bean Burgers

Crispy and slightly golden on the outside, chewy on the inside with the perfect blend of spiciness, smokiness, and sweetness, Lucie Javorska‘s Black Bean Burgers are love at first bite. While some healthy dishes may not be considered filling enough, this burger provides long-lasting, delicious energy! Top them with a generous splash of chili sauce for an extra spicy kick or a dollop of vegan sour cream if you’d like to tune the heat down a bit instead.

3. Potato Tacos With Homemade Salsa

Potato tacos

Source: Potato Tacos With Homemade Salsa

We hope you enjoy these delicious recipes. For more, download our Food Monster App where we have over 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes.

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