Vegan Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend: January 17-19
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, January 17
dineL.A. starts today! You have until January 31 to enjoy the exclusive (and seriously discounted) prie-fixe menus of vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants such as Mohawk Bend, Cafe Gratitude, Double Zero, Plant Food and Wine, and more. Check out this article for the full list of participating vegan/vegan-friendly restaurants and menus.
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, January 18
Yoga Sculpt & Brunch
Get the workout out of the way with this rooftop yoga sculpt class by The Conscious Collective. A vegan brunch will follow the sweat session. Find @theconsciouscollective on Instagram for details and tickets.
Cooking Class at SunCafe
When you know how to make amazing tacos, Taco Tuesday can be every day. Learn from Chef Ron Russell as he takes the class through a Mexican menu of vegan tacos, Nacho Cheese Enchiladas, and taco salad.
Cashew Cheeses & Coconut Yogurt Workshop
Master the art of fermented vegan cheese and creamy coconut yogurt. This two-hour course instructed by Brie Wakeland will cover nacho cheese, cilantro sour cream, pistachio cheese, and coconut yogurt. Visit Verlocal online for tickets.
Long Beach Vegan Social
Spend the day eating and drinking with friends at the Hawk Bar. From 12pm-5pm, vegan vendors such as Maneatingplant, Chicana Vegana, Swamiji Plant Based, Tiger Matcha, and more will be on-site amongst a DJ and overall good vibes.
Say “Om” at Bestie’s Vegan Paradise
Rise and shine early for this free 9am yoga class at Bestie’s. RSVPs are mandatory (space is limited inside this vegan market); secure your spot by DM’ing @bestiesveganparadise. Grab a juice from the JuiceBot after a blissful savasana.
Sunday, January 19
Watch the NFL Playoffs at a Vegan-Friendly Bar
The Tennessee Titans are taking on the Kansas City Chiefs at 12:05pm this Sunday. While vegan linebacker Derrick Morgan retired last year, he and his wife Charity helped the players embrace a more plant-based way of eating. Cheer on the vegan-friendly team at The Stalking Horse or your favorite vegan-friendly bar.
Get a Makeover at Lulu’s Vegan Skin
This all-vegan beauty shop is offering discounted hair cuts and mini facials all day long to celebrate the concept of “New Year, New You.” All products used are vegan-friendly. Don’t leave without purchasing a few affordable yet luxurious skincare products from Lulu’s.
Vote in the VegOut Best of LA Awards
Click here to cast your vote for your LA favorites. From best vegan pizza, to overall best restaurant, help us decide the best of the best!
Vegan Thai Cooking Class & Yoga
Sivanada Yoga Los Angeles is hosting a hip-opening workshop followed by an authentic Thai cooking class. Work on your flexibility then sharpen those culinary skills as you learn to make vegan pineapple fried rice and Tom Kha Gai.
This weekly Sunday food and craft market is back after a short winter break. Look forward to your vegan favorites such as Cena Vegan, Madame Shugah, and the new and vegan-friendly Burmese Please.
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. This Sunday only, be sure to check out The Pizza Plant truck for free samples!
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