We search the internet for the best vegan things to do in the city, so you don't have to. Here's this weekend's list.
Friday, September 15
Your favorite vegan-friendly brewery is hosting a night of digital Cards Against Humanity. Come enjoy a beer or two and make new friends!
Grab a friend and head to Green's Center for Plant Based Nutrition and Gluten Free Education for vegan and gluten free waffles and mimosas. Admission is free, but you must RSVP.
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's class is Flavor Explosion, where guests will learn to make Chili, Pasta Ronaldo-Carmelized Onion, Mushroom, Feta Pasta, Lemon Custard w/Orange Sauce. Classes are 90 minutes and cost $30 at the door. Click here to reserve your spot.
S+M Vegan is bringing their famous scratch-made vegan pizza to Cosmic Brewery in Torrance. Charlie's Brownies will also be there serving dessert. There will also be pet adoptions and telescopes for views of Saturn and Jupiter.
Sunday, September 17
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.
Vegan Potluck @ Echo Park Lake
Join @dxelosangeles at noon for a potluck picnic by the lake. There will be food (of course), games, and the opportunity to mingle with like-minded individuals.
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: California Vegetarian Food Festival