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Vegan Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend: September 27-29

We search the web for the best vegan things to do in the city, so you don’t have to. Here’s what’s happening this weekend.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

 

VEGAN POP-UPS IN HIGHLAND PARK

HIGHLAND PARK

Come for the tequila at Block Party, stay for the wide array of vegan Mexican food, and continue to stay for more tequila.

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

 

LONG BEACH VEGAN SOCIAL

LONG BEACH

Enjoy a day of vegan food, drinks, and music! The vendor lineup includes Donas, The Vegan Hooligans, Lobo Cuban Food, My Daddy’s Recipes, Mama’s Tamales, and Compton Vegan.

 

SUNCAFE RAW VEGAN COOKING CLASSES

STUDIO CITY

Weekends are the perfect time for learning a new skill. Join Chef Ron at SunCafe for a raw vegan cooking class.

 

LA STREET FOOD FEST

CULVER CITY

Eat, drink, dance. Join Hang Loose and The Truck Stop for an evening of vegan food, drinks, and music.

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

 

VEGAN EXCHANGE

NORTH HOLLYWOOD

Vegan Exchange (formerly known as Vegan Sunday) is Vegan Street Fair’s weekly vegan market. From 11am-5pm, stroll Bakman Ave in NOHO looking for your next food and Instagram story victim.

 

VERANO VEGANO FEST

DOWNEY

Over 30 plant based vendors join forces in Downey to bring you a relaxing Sunday of food, drinks, and more food.

 

THE LITTLE GREEN KITCHEN POP-UP

BRENTWOOD

Feast on nachos, tostadas, tacos, and cheesecake at the Brentwood Farmers Market from 9am-2pm!

 

SMORGASBURG

ROW DTLA

Enjoy Instagrammable eats from LA’s most prestigious pop-ups, including Workaholic, Happiness Capsule, Donut Friend, Señoreata, and more!

 

Share what event you’re looking forward to the most this weekend down in the comments!

 

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Ryan is a cook, writer, and musician born and raised in Tampa, FL. With years of recipe testing for his vegan food blog, No Eggs or Ham, behind him, he strives to sharpen the image of vegan food by highlighting chefs who push the boundaries of plant-based cuisine. He also intends to bring attention to the liveliness, diversity, and accessibility of Oriental cuisines throughout LA. Unlike the advice your mom lent you, he encourages you to play with your food every chance you get!

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