St. Pete's 4th annual VegFeast returns next week

Newly-opened restaurant Good Intentions hosts this all-vegan foodie festival.

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VegFeast is one of the best ways to sample all of the vegan treats that Tampa Bay has to offer—and it's finally back for another year.

From sushi, cupcakes, hot dogs, artisan cheeses and more, next weekend's 4th annual VegFeast will feature a range of local plant-based businesses, vendors, and makers.

Vegfeast happens from noon-4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10. And while most of its vendors will be slinging vegan goodies, there will be a few non-food vendors like Tombolo Books, O’Berry Succulents, Creative Clay and Shelter Farm Sanctuary.
Local businesses providing a variety of plant-based eats include House of Vegano, Nah Dogs, Gabby Bakes, Seasoned Green, 3 Dot Dash, Oh My Cod and Real Rootz Juice. The event is free to attend, but each vendor's wares will vary in price.

Previous installations of VegFeast have taken place at Brick Street Farms, but next weekend's event is hosted by vegan eatery Good Intentions, located at 1900 1st Ave. S in downtown St. Petersburg.  During next week's VegFeast, the newly-opened restaurant will also be serving plant-based brunch with dishes like strawberry-stuffed french toast and crab omelettes. 

For a sneak peak of VegFeast's 4th annual vegan foodie festival, check out Creative Loafing's slideshow from last year's celebration.  More information can also be found on VegFeast's Facebook page.

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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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