Vegan Things to Do in LA This Weekend: November 10 - 12
We search the web for the best vegan things to do in the city, so you don't have to. Here's this weekend's list.
Friday, November 10
The Green Tree Yoga Meditation Foundation is hosting a night of vegan food from Zaneta's Vegan Kitchen and brews from South Central Brewing Company. All proceeds go to support Green Tree Yoga Meditation, a nonprofit donation-based studio making yoga and meditation accessible in South La. Must be 21+ to attend. Admission is $30/one person, $55/two people, and $100/four people and includes food and drinks. Click here to buy tickets.
Saturday, November 11
Cocobella Creamery x Momma Fung Buns Pop-Up
Get your hands one of these bright and colorful ice cream sandwich buns at Cocobella Creamery's pop-up collaboration event with Momma Fung Buns. The event is taking place from 12-4pm at Cocobella Creamery in Hollywood, located at 1253 Vine St., #12.
Manifest, vibrate, dance, love, meditate, levitate, unite, transform, and connect at EvolVegan LA. There will be yoga and pole classes, speakers, music, and more! Classes and food are included in the admission price. Tickets are $20 in advance and can be purchased here.
Want to learn a new skill this weekend? Check out SunCafe's raw food, vegan cooking class, part of their weekly series happening each Saturday. This Saturday guests will learn to make fall recipes, including Butternut Squash Soup, Savory Herb Encrusted Zucchini Steak, Mushroom Stroganoff. Classes are 90 minutes and cost $30 at the door. Click here to reserve your spot.
Eat all things vegan...with a purpose. Vegan Street Fair, Vegan Food Share, and Wolf Creek Brewery present Compassion for Puerto Rico, a food-centered event raising money for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. Entry is free and there will be food available for purchase from Cena Vegan, Divine Dips, Donut Friend, The Ricans Food, and Vegatinos. There will also be a raffle with great prizes from Follow Your Heart, Farm Sanctuary, Plant-Based Muscle, Vegatinos, Vegan Street Fair, and us (that's right, you can win our November VegOut City Box)! The event will take place at Wolf Creek Brewery in Santa Clarita. Click here for more details.
Head to PETA's West Coast headquarters in Echo Park for their annual holiday cooking event. Try vegan holiday foods and get inspired. Recipes/tastings include Tofurky ham, vegan turkey, vegan pumpkin-bacon, dill-scallion cheeseballs, and more! Admission is free, but please remember to bring a non-perishable food item to donate.
Beer, wine, vegan food, and holiday shopping. Head to 4th Street Vine in Long Beach for this pop-up event. Must be 21+ to attend. Admission is free.
Sunday, November 12
Come on out to Griffith Park to run/trot/walk this family-friendly 5k and stick around for the post-race Vegan Food Fest happening from 11am-3pm. Tickets are $40 (adult)/$20 (child) and can be purchased here. Race participants get free admission to the food fest. Vegan Food Fest vendors include GT's Kombucha, Better Beans, Taqueria La Veganza, Charlie's Brownie's, Pies by Domonic, Mama's International Tamales, and more!
Southern Fried BBQ will be at Yorkshire Square Brewery in Torrance serving up their mouthwatering vegan food. Don't miss the chance to try their epic sandwich featuring Buffalo Chickun topped with Cheeze Sauce amd Bakun in a Glazed Donut! They'll also have Po Boyz, Totchos, and more!
Shop for all your cruelty-free holiday gifts at this pop-up at Bixby Trading Post in Long Beach. Vendors include Threads for Love, Cowhugger Vegan Boutique, Vegan Power Company, and more!
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 between 10 and 2 serving up delicious gourmet vegan franks. Tickets are $20/adult and $10/kid. Click here to purchase your tickets.
Baba's Vegan Cafe is dedicated to serving healthy and accessible plant-based cuisine in South Los Angeles and hosts a weekly pop-up in Leimert Park. Stop by and enjoy some delicious vegan food and warm community. You can also order in advance for Sunday pick-up. Click here for more details.
Did we forget something? Let us know in the comments! And make sure to check out our events page for a complete calendar of vegan events in Los Angeles.
Feature photo credit: Cocobella Creamery