This Saturday, December 10th, the fourth annual VegFeast is bringing a massive vegan food festival to the Grand Central District. The 100% vegan food festival and market will be hosted at Good Intentions and will feature nearly 20 different purveyors of delicious vegan goods, ranging from food trucks and bakeries to ice cream and take-home goodies.
The host, Good Intentions, is itself the newest vegan foodie hotspot in St. Pete, located at 1900 1st Avenue South. This year’s edition of VegFeast runs from 12-4 pm. In addition to vegan eats, the market will also showcase local nurseries, host a pop-up record store, welcome in a variety of local and area vendors.
As for what to eat, there will be no shortage with the likes of local favorites like Nah Dogs, Three Dot Dash, Gabby Bakes and Catalyst Creamery all in attendance. There will even be a few regional stars making their way to town, as VegFeast welcomes in Vegan Gator Food Truck (Gainesville), Karelyn’s Vegan Soul Food (Orlando), and Frenchmen Street Food (Gainesville). All of this, of course, in addition to delicious food and drink from host Good Intentions.
Attendance for VegFeast is free, and overflow parking can be found under the overpass nearby. Or to make it easier, hop on the SunRunner, which has a stop on 1st Avenue South just two blocks away on 22nd Street. And if you feel like keeping the party going after feasting on vegan eats, try checking out one of the eight different craft breweries in walking distance.
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