Vegan Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend: December 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, December 27
Make Your New Year’s Eve Reservations
Vegan restaurants throughout the city are hosting New Year’s Eve parties and special prix-fixe menus. Make 2020 the night you go out for New Years! Make your reservations today at one of the participating restaurants.
Vegan Pop-Ups in Highland Park
Come for a cocktail at Block Party, stay for mouthwatering vegan street food vendors, and cap off the night with a midnight donut at Donut Friend. The party starts at 6pm and rages until 12am!
Saturday, December 28
Tournament of Roses Sip & Savor
It’s no Eat Drink Vegan, but this Rose Bowl booze and food event still offers a good handful of vegan options along with continuous live bands and DJs. Find The Pizza Plant, Amazebowls, Golden Road Brewing, and more vegan-friendly options at this three-day event.
All Vegan Everything at Bestie’s Vegan Paradise
Family and friends still around for the holidays? Take them along to this community-centered pop-up and treat them to a wood-fired vegan pizza from Love Amore made with gourmet plant-based cheese from Misha’s Fine Foods. Don’t leave without a homemade pop-tart or two from San & Wolves Filipino Bakeshop.
Sunday, December 29
Say Goodbye to Doomie’s Culver City
While the Hollywood flagship will remain, the new Doomie’s Culver City location will close its doors on December 30th. Go for brunch and savor that mile-high stack of fluffy vegan pancakes for the last time.
Final Service of the Mandoline Grill at Verdugo Bar
After 10 years, this vegan-friendly Vietnamese food truck will be serving its last banh mis at Verdugo Bar this Sunday. Stop by from 3-8pm to support—every order will receive a free vegan cha gio (eggroll).
The Little Green Kitchen Pop-Up
Feast on nachos, tostadas, tacos, and cheesecake at the Brentwood Farmers Market from 9am-2pm!
Vegan Exchange LA
Vegan Exchange 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.
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