Vegan Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend: February 22-24
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, February 22
This Friday night Vegan Village pop-up held at The Blue Lot in Santa Ana is a great way to start off your weekend by enjoying some of Southern California’s best vegan food.
FIESTA FRIDAY IN HIGHLAND PARK
Head to York Street in Highland Park for an impressive array of vegan street vendors, including Cena Vegan, Word of Mouth, Senoreata, Madame Shugah, and more.
Saturday, February 23
Learn how to prepare vegan dishes with weekly cooking classes Saturday mornings at Suncafe in Studio City. This week’s theme is Italian cuisine. Participants will learn how to make gluten-free pesto pasta with vegetables & sun-dried tomatoes, mushroom risotto, and gluten-free truffle vegetable pizza. Sign up ahead of time here.
This is the last weekend to catch Cocobella Creamery’s #ALLVEGAN Weekend Brunch, offered from 10am-2pm. They’re serving menu items like their Breakfast Burrito and All American Slam (two pancakes, two strips of bacon, two sausage links, tofu egg scramble, and hash browns). Don’t miss out!
Experience Jamaican culture and cuisine at this special lunchtime pop-up, presented by Chef Karrine Johnson. You’ll get a taste of a wide variety of vegan Jamaican food. Tickets are available here.
Arts District, DTLA
From 11am-4pm, check out this all-vegan brunch pop-up by Es Todo. They’re highlighting their “The Farmer” sandwich, which consists of roasted Japanese yams, roasted kabocha squash, steamed beets, guacamole, tomatoes, house oil herb sauce, and apricot ancho chili jam on olive bread.
This Saturday afternoon Vegan Village pop-up held at Mr. Nice Guy in Santa Ana is a great way to enjoy your weekend, eating some of Southern California’s best vegan food.
Swing by Fullerton from 5-9pm, for vegan food like burgers, tamales, sushi, pastries, and more, from vendors like Vegan Hooligans, Vegan Tamale Company, Oono Sushi, and Madame Shugah.
Vegatinos will be popping up in front of Donut Friend’s new downtown location, serving vegan tacos, burritos, and more.
Sunday, February 24
Vegan tacos, nachos, tostadas, and cheesecakes will be available at The Little Green Kitchen’s pop-up at Brentwood Village Farmers Market (9am-2pm). Enjoy 100% plant-based organic asada, carnitas, umami crumbles, and more in your meal, and don’t forget to grab their cashew cheesecake of the week too.
Sunday is the last day to catch Cocobella Creamery’s #ALLVEGAN Weekend Brunch, offered from 10am-2pm. They’re serving menu items like their Breakfast Burrito and All American Slam (two pancakes, two strips of bacon, two sausage links, tofu egg scramble, and hash browns). Don’t miss out on your last chance!
The Gentle Barn hosts public tours every Sunday between 10am-2pm. You’ll be able to hang out with the animals and see all the amazing work this nonprofit is doing. Bonus, Frankenstand is there every Sunday serving up delicious gourmet vegan franks. Tickets are $20/adult and $10/kid. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Head to Smorgasburg LA from 10am-4pm to find some vegan noms. Vegan vendors include: Cena Vegan, Senoreata, Madame Shugah, Donut Friend, plus more.
Enjoy an afternoon of vegan food, beer, and music! Food vendors include: The Vegan Hooligans, Alchemy Organica, Munchies OC, Mama Chingona Vegana, and Nodoh.
This family-friendly and free event from 11am-4pm will feature food, music, activities, and more. Vegan food vendors include Munchies OC, Jade’s Vegan Sushi, and Latina Vegana, among others.
Baba’s Vegan Cafe will be serving up vegan lasagna, lentil soup, and veggie patties.
Check out this afternoon all-vegan pop-up in Santa Ana, featuring Vegan by El Zamorano, plus rotating vendors each week.
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