There’s a good chance that you’re vegan and living in Austin if you’re reading this, and if so, you should come join us! If not, well, we hope you keep Austin on your vegan destinations list and get there, pronto.
If you’d like to talk about being vegan in Vegas, the internet, how to throw your own vegan events and festivals, where you’d like to see upcoming Vida Vegan events, or even where to get the best vegan tacos in town, come meet us for a ‘Vegan Drinks’-style Meetup on Thursday, January 16 at Bar & Bistro.
You are going to hear again and again that you should get Voodoo Doughnuts. Maybe that doesn’t sound as exciting as it once did since vegan doughnuts are more plentiful out in the rest of the world but Voodoo still has the best I’ve every had. They instantly take me back to my childhood. If you decide to bring one of their trademarked boxes back home on the plane I promise every single person you make eye contact with will ask you for one, so bring extra to share! The second location (Voodoo Too) doesn’t have long lines but they are all cash only and they are all open 24/7.
The next round of personalized Portland Picks comes from a former Portlander (and naturally, passionate vegan blogger) who’ll be back in town in a few days to speak at the ‘Con, Sayward Rebhal. As always, our recommendations come from trusty Portland vegan locals and lovers, and we bet all our attendees, whether you’re arriving early or not, want to squeeze in a little time outside of the busy, busy conference schedule to wander in the vegan wonderland. Let’s find out more of Sayward’s “Socially Conscious, Totally Fabulous!”Portland musts below…
Only Portland has…
Darcelle. Just look it up. The turning point in the adult life of almost all Pacific NW natives includes Darcelle.
Only Portland has…. Forest Park. The Bins. The Gorge. So many vegan-friendly neighborhoods to walk around and drink / eat, on foot!
First up in our round of personalized Portland Picks is the one-and-only Panda with Cookie, aka Lisa Coulson. These recommendations are from trusty Portland vegan locals and lovers, and we know everyone, coming early or not, wants to squeeze a little time outside of the busy, busy conference wandering in our vegan wonderland. Let’s find out Lisa’s Portland-musts below…
Maybe you’re an eleventh-hour packer, praying to the taxi gods that you have time to grab that last load of
Let’s get you to Vida Vegan Con! Our event takes place at the Portland Art Museum for the first time
Hello there! The three of us are in sunny (really! It’s 80 degrees here today!) Austin Texas doing research for