Vegan Things to Do in the SF Bay Area This Weekend: February 13-16

Vegan Things to Do in the SF Bay Area This Weekend: February 13-16

Feb 13, 2020 BY: Erin La Ninfa

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.

Thursday, February 13

Compassion Meals at Harmonic Brewing

1050 26th Street, San Francisco, 4-9pm

S.F. Beer Week FEMALE FOCUS: All female creators event.

Helping Food at Temescal Brewing

4115 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, 4-9pm

100% vegan comfort food: sliders, mac & cheese, fried oreos, and more.

East Bay Vegan Drinks Meetup at Temescal Brewing

4115 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, 7-10pm

Casual vegan meetup at local East Bay bars.

Bread Runner Kitchen Running Group at Veggie Grill

48 Shattuck Square, Berkeley, 6:30pm

Run together, eat together!

Friday, February 14

Vegan Republic Valentine’s Day Bake Sale

1624 University Avenue, Berkeley, 10-7pm

Featuring treats from Jaguar Baker, Cinnaholic Berkeley, & Endorphin Chocolates, 100% of proceeds go to Animal Place Sanctuary in Grass Valley.

CaliDawg at Elkhorn Slough Brew

65 Hangar Way D, Watsonville, 3-7pm

Enjoy gourmet vegan hot dogs.

Helping Food at Modern Times

2410 Valdez Street, Oakland, 4-11pm

100% vegan comfort food: sliders, mac & cheese, fried oreos, and more.

Vegan Alien at Cinnaholic

115 E. San Carlos Street, San Jose, 5-9pm

Serving up carne asada fries, tacos, quesadillas, and sliders.

Vegan Veganos at Be the Change Yoga, Amplify Love Community Dance Party

947 Park Avenue, San Jose, 6:30-10:30pm

Plant-based Mexican food.

Om Sabor Six-Course Aphrodisiac Dinner at Planted Table

550 2nd Street, Oakland 7-9pm

Rosemary Black Lavender Cooler, Artichoke Rockefeller Salad, Seared King Trumpet “Scallop” Risotto, Rose Petal Ravioli with Saffron Coconut Cream and more. BYOB.

Sammy’s Pupusas at No Expectations Valentine’s Day Alternative at Hipline

3270 Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland 8-10pm

Enjoy vegan pupusas.

Saturday, February 15

CA Vegan Food at Greater Rose Garden Farmers Market

577 Dana Avenue, San Jose, 9-1pm

Tacos, tortas, sopes, salads, seasonal fruits and veggies, and more!

De La Tierra at Vegan Donut Cafe

449 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, 10am-2pm

Build your own plate: tacos, chilaquiles, papas con chile, soyrizo con papas, rice and beans.

Vegan Alien at Hasta Muerte

2701 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, 11am-3pm

Tacos, sliders, carne asada fries, and quesadillas.

Helping Food at Vegan Republic

1624 University Avenue, Berkeley, noon-4pm

100% vegan comfort food: sliders, mac & cheese, fried oreos, and more.

La Chancita at Cinnaholic

115 E. San Carlos Street, San Jose, 1-8pm

Vegan higado encebollado.

Australian Koala Foundation Benefit

Orinda Community Church Auditorium - 10 Irwin Way, Orinda 2-4:30pm

Featuring Deliciously Vegan, Vegan Alien, and Genki Vegan Dim Sum.

Helping Food at Modern Times

2410 Valdez Street, Oakland, 4-11pm

100% vegan comfort food: sliders, mac & cheese, fried oreos, and more.

Sunday, February 16

Jaguar Baker at Japantown Farmer’s Market

357 E. Taylor Street, San Jose, 8-12pm

This week’s menu has STICKY BUNS!

Compassion Meals at Vegan Republic

1624 University Avenue, Berkeley 12-3pm

Famous fried-chicken sandwiches.

Vegan Food and Art Popup by Vegan Soulstice at Hatch Workshop Vegan Alien, Vegana Bakery, Olivier’s Vegan Bakery

40 S. Union Street, Stockton, 1-4pm

Family-friendly monthly event with food vendors and artists.

 

RELATED: 26 Awesome Vegan Things to Do in L.A. This February


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