If you love street food and don’t eat meat then this is music to those meat free bones.
On Sunday 21st The Vegan Grindhouse presents a Kings Heath Vegan Market is a showcase of great food and entertainment washed down by delicious vegan friendly beer from Twisted Barrel Ales.
On offer will be Street Food from The Vegan Grindhouse, Bare bones Pizza, Pietanic, Mex it up and Michaels Caribbean.
Plus cold food from Vork Pie, Vegetropolis and Rachel’s cake delights.
Hot Food Traders:
The Vegan Grindhouse by Vegan Vox
Mex It Up
Bare Bones Pizza
Michael’s Caribbean Storehouse
Cold Food Traders:
Rachel’s Cake Delights – Vegan & No Gluten Containing Ingredients
The May Bakery
Cakes & ish
Raw Organic Kay
Twisted Barrel Ale Brewery and Tap House
The Happy Gut Hut
Birmingham Vegans Group
Hillfields Animal Sanctuary
Green Badger Crafts
WEAR YOUR VOICE
Emma Eden Vintage Clothing
As a bonus it will include The Kitchen Garden Art Market showcasing work by local artists. Plus local bands curated by The Kitchen Garden.
All proceeds go to Grace’s Rest an animal rescue and educational service.
A fantastic feast of Vegan food which is I hope will be rewarded by some tempting outdoor warm weather.
From 12-5 on Sunday 21st May Kings Heath is the place to be.
For the full press release see below:
BIRMINGHAM’S ALL-VEGAN STREET FOOD EVENT IN KINGS HEATH THIS SUNDAY
This Sunday, 21st May 2017, Birmingham serves up an all-vegan street food market at Kings Heath Village Square.
Kings Heath Vegan Market, the only 100% vegan street food event in the region, will feature dishes freshly cooked by leading street food chefs, showcasing entirely vegan menus from around the world.
Kings Heath BID and Kitchen Garden Cafe are collaborating with leading Midlands street food company, The Vegan Grindhouse to host the event on Sunday 21st May, from 12-5pm, Kings Heath Village Square, All Saints Centre, 2 Vicarage Road, Birmingham B14 7RA.
The street food lineup includes The Vegan Grindhouse with vegan handmade burgers and jumbo hotdogs; Mex It Up; Bare Bones Pizza, plus Caribbean, pie & mash and raw vegan desserts.
As well as all the street food, local all-vegan brewery Twisted Barrel Ales are bringing the vegan beers, and there will be stall with organic fruit and vegetables from Vegetropolis, animal-friendly clothing and cosmetics, a fermented drinks bar from The Happy Gut Hut, and a range of vegan and gluten-free cakes and desserts.
The event is supporting Grace’s Rest, a not-for-profit organisation that rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes animals in crisis.
Lisa Burbidge-Brown, Co-Owner of The Vegan Grindhouse and prominent vegan blogger said,
“We are thrilled to be bringing back this popular event to Kings Heath. It’s a great way to showcase quality meat-free street food and raise money for a good cause at the same time, and now the event is all-vegan it’s even more exciting!”
“There’s some amazing vegan street food in Birmingham, from some of the most popular street food chefs. More people are looking to reduce or eliminate their meat intake due to health, environmental or ethical reasons and this is a great opportunity for people to try exciting new vegan food and see why going meat-free is a viable alternative diet and lifestyle.”
“This year we have teamed up with Kings Heath BID and The Kitchen Garden Cafe – who will be bringing an arts market and live music to the event.”
So get down to Kings Heath Village Square on Sunday 21st May for a day of plant-based family fun at Kings Heath Vegan Market.
For up to date information in the run up to the event and for the full street food lineups follow @vegangrindhouse on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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