Vegan Things to Do in NYC This Weekend: February 14-16
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.
Valentine’s Day Gift Shopping Event
Elizabeth Gillett Showroom // Manhattan
Need last minute gifts for Valentine's Day? Sowella Chocolate—your spot for organic, raw vegan chocolates and dessert—will hold a pop shopping event on Thursday, February 14th from 12-6pm for last minute gifting! Pick up vegan chocolate gift boxes (chocolate samples provided!), aphrodisiac bars, spring attire (scarves, resort cover-ups & kimonos), and handmade jewelry. The event is free to attend.
Pine Box Rock Shop // Brooklyn
The 10th annual vegan Valentine’s Day shop-up will take place this Saturday, February 15th at Pine Box Rock Shop from 12-5pm. In celebration of the big anniversary, join the event for a free raffle, door giveaways, post Valentine’s Day treats and #alltheveganfood. Sweet treats include Peaceful Provisions, Haute Chocolate Brooklyn, Culiraw, Gone Pie, and Float Creamery. Pick up some savory eats from Monk Meats, Riverdel Cheese, and Valentine Burgers. Did we mention that the event is FREE??
Asbury Park Vegan Pop-Up Shop
Asbury Park // New Jersey
Asbury Park Vegan Pop Up Shop is taking place February 16th from 11am-5pm at Asbury Park Convention Hall. New Jersey’s first vegan food festival of 2020, this event kicks off the year with a record breaking 67 registered vendors! Purchase tickets at sprouteverywhereevents.com. All are welcome to attend! Catch vendors such as the Desired Dish, House of Corks Handbags, Samosa Shack, and The Mexi Boys. Enjoy vegan dishes such as curry, cheesesteaks, and Spanish meatballs all under one roof! Want to try something new? Satisfy your sweet tooth with FIlipino banana pudding and pistachio halva!
Green Point & Crown Heights
Pick up a last minute gift from Vegan Treats (vegan bakery from Bethlehem, PA)! Screamer’s Pizzeria will have Valentine’s Day brownies available at both Green Point & Crown Heights, while supplies last! Grab a slice of pizza or two and call it a date!
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Mohini, a born and raised vegetarian from Chicago, initially went vegan when faced with a health issue, but stayed vegan for the animals. Whole food plant-based eating (inspired by traditional Indian culture) is her optimal diet. An advocate for mental health and lifestyle changes, she has a degree in Health Sciences from DePaul University.
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