A St. Petersburg vegan feast is happening Saturday at Brick Street Farms

‘VegFeast’ goes down from 12 p.m.-4 p.m.

click to enlarge Somehow, this gem from Nah Dogs is vegan. - NAHDOGSSTPETE/FACEBOOK
Somehow, this gem from Nah Dogs is vegan.

St. Petersburg’s Brick Street Farms is keeping things green and humane at VegFeast this Saturday, March 13, from noon-4 p.m.

The pop-up food vendor lineup features a lot of the local vegan heavy hitters including Creative Loafing Tampa Bay favorites Nah Dogs and 3 Dot Dash, the Vegan Halal Cart, Gabby Bakes, Cactus Hat Mushrooms, Shelter Farm Sanctuary, Oh My Cod Vegan Seafood Co. and Orawganic, which, in the sprit of full transparency, has a connection to CL photographer Dave Decker. Even your pup is taken care of with Dharma Dog Treats. 

Brick Street—located at 2233 3rd Ave S, walking distance from 3 Daughters Brewing and other Grand Central District spots—is a hydroponic, indoor farm “that grows leafy greens and herbs year-round in highly technology based, climate controlled environments” with an attached-market. You can also order online and pick up fresh veggies and other local goods when ready.

And like Brick Street Farms says “Y’all know the deal, wear a mask, socially distance, wash your hands!”

More information on VegFeast is on Facebook.

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