Third annual VegFeast marks return of all-vegan food festival in St. Pete

Third annual VegFeast marks return of all-vegan food festival in St. Pete

three vendor tents with food set up in an outdoor lot

This Saturday, November 20th, the third 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 Brick Street Farms and will feature 20 different purveyors of delicious vegan goods, ranging from food trucks and bakeries to local coffee and even canned cocktails.

VegFeast is organized by the owners of Nah Dogs Vegan Hot Dog Cart and has been hosted each year at Brick Street Farms, 2233 3rd Avenue South. This year’s event runs from 12-4 pm, and because of how much its grown, 3rd Ave will be shut down in order to make room for more vendors. 

In addition to vegan eats, the market will also showcase local nurseries, and Ranch Rider Spirits will be offering free cans of their canned tequila cocktails to those 21 years of age or older. 

A shopper at the Black Radish tent
Photo courtesy VegFeast

VegFeast is paradise for vegans in Tampa Bay

As for what to eat, there will be no shortage with the likes of local favorites like Black Radish Grocer, Three Dot Dash, Gabby Eats and Golden Dinosaur all in attendance. You can even get vegan halal, if the mood strikes. And of course, crowd favorite and event organizer Nah Dogs will be there.

You can also grab something sweet from Catalyst Creamery, Get Along vegan donuts, Gabby Bakes and Big Softies. See below for the full list of vendors VegFeast has announced so far.

Attendance for VegFeast is free, and overflow parking can be found in the grass lot across the street on 22ndStreet South. 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 of Brick Street Farms.

Participating vendors include Golden Dinosaurs, Real Rootz Juice, 3 Dot Dash, Shelter Farm Sanctuary, Nah Dogs, Get Along Vegan Donuts,, Ranch Riders. Oh My Cod, Catalyst Creamery, St Pete Ferments. and The Vegan Halal Cart.

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