Vegan Things to Do in the SF Bay Area This Weekend: February 21-23

Vegan Things to Do in the SF Bay Area This Weekend: February 21-23

Feb 21, 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.

Friday, February 21

Taqueria La Venganza at Cafe Encina

308 41st Street, Oakland, 11-2pm

Taqueria La Venganza returns to Oakland for breakfast & lunch service.

Vegan Veganos at Vegan Donut Cafe

449 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, 1-6pm

Mushroom chilaquiles, tacos, and horchata.

Vegan Alien at Cinnaholic

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

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

Malibu’s Burgers

E. 18th & Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland, 1-9pm

Oakland’s new burger truck!

Saturday, February 22

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, 10-2pm

Tacos, tamales, and more!

Taqueria La Venganza at Cafe Encina

308 41st Street, Oakland, 11-2pm

Breakfast & lunch service soft opening weekend continues!

Vegan Alien at Hasta Muerte Coffee

2701 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland, 11-3pm

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

Malibu’s Burgers

E. 18th & Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland, 11-8pm

Oakland’s new burger truck!

Deliciously Vegan and Love Meets Tea at Nick’s on Mission

996 Mission Street, San Francisco, 12-3pm

Vegan baked goods and boba popup.

Helping Food at Modern Times

2410 Valdez Street, Oakland, 4-11pm

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

Sound and Savor Winter Italian Family Style Feast

West Oakland, 6-8pm

Communal table dining: menu includes seitan marsala, fennel-blood orange salad, risotto, as well as side plates and a dessert. RSVP here.

Sunday, February 23

Jaguar Baker at Japantown Farmer’s Market

357 E. Taylor Street, San Jose, 8am-noon

Pan dulce and other authentic baked goodies.

Malibu’s Burgers

E. 18th & Lakeshore Avenue, Oakland, 11-7pm

Oakland’s new burger truck!

De La Tierra at Vegan Republic

1624 University Avenue, Berkeley, noon-4pm

Tacos and tamales return to Vegan Republic.

The Vegan Hood Chefs at the Black Joy Parade

Downtown Oakland, 12:30-9pm

Third annual Black Joy Parade: a free, family-friendly event celebrating black experiences, past, present, and future.

Sound and Savor Jamaican Cooking Class

West Oakland, noon-2:30pm

Come join this hands on vegan cooking class, learning some wonderful dishes from Jamaica. RSVP here

Vegan Alien at Laughing Monk Brewing

1439 Egbert Avenue, San Francisco, 1-7pm

Fact: Vegan Alien never sleeps so you can have vegan tacos 24/7.

 

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


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