ALE SEITAN! Pie Baby Vegan Sunday Roast Club

Boy oh boy, roast-loving vegans, have we got a treat for you! Wriggle your way up to The Golden Lion and prepare to indulge in the seriously decadent extravaganza that is Ale Seitan! That’s right, it’s the one and only Pie Baby Vegan Sunday Roast Club. Jul 1 between 14:00 – 18:00.

With this Wriggle, then, you’ll be enjoying a fantastic two course vegan Sunday roast, all paying homage to that most wonderful of British dishes: the pie.

More info HERE.

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Bun Fiction & Moor Beer Company Vegan Social

Bun Fiction & Moor Beer Company have teamed up to create a Vegan Social held at Moor Beer Taproom (29th June).

As pioneers of the unfined beer movement in the UK, all of Moor’s beers have been vegan friendly for over a decade.

Bun Fiction have built a name for themselves over the last 12 months with their meat free sandwiches. Their Pulled “Pork”, Southern Fried “Chicken”, Philly “Cheese Steaks” and Crispy Chilli “Beef” have been wowing crowds across Bristol and we can’t wait to have them down for the evening on the 29th. More & Moor info HERE

The Nourishment Club “Sunday Yoga and Vegan Tapas”

This event is part of the 2018 Bristol Food Connections festival – a citywide celebration of the fantastic, varied and delicious food culture in our city.Join The Nourishment Club for a wholesome session of dynamic yoga followed by vegan tapas at the beautiful Space238 in Easton.

Arrive in good time and enjoy a relaxing welcome drink while you meet the team and your companions for the afternoon. Then, you’ll head to the studio for an hour of dynamic yoga that’s suitable for all abilities. Afterwards, unwind in the front room with a plate of delicious, seasonal vegan tapas, and of course a nice relaxing brew to prolong those chilled out vibes.

See more info HERE.

The Bristol Leaf – a plant-based vegan menu

Introducing The Bristol Leaf – a plant-based vegan menu offering a selection of small and sharing plates complimented by natural organic wines and cocktails!

This is a collaboration of ideas from @thebristolloaf, @lebichef & @cheekyginge83 who already have a great reputation for preparing healthy, delicious, ethical and sustainable dishes. We’re now taking bookings for Friday 15th and Saturday 16th June at 6.30 & 8.30pm.

Email: orders@thebristolloaf.co.uk or call 01179554428 to reserve your place.

The Grapevine Brasserie

www.grapevinebrasserie.co.uk

St James Place, Mangotsfield, Bristol BS16 9JB

 

Proudly serving quality home cooked food (vegan breakfast – vegan sausage, tomato, mushroom, scrambled tofu, beans, hash brown, wilted greens, toast; vegan breakfast enchilada with vegan cheese; sweet potato falafel burger; sweet potato curry; citrus pearl barley risotto; nut roast) seven days a week, along side a fine selection of beers, wines, spirits, teas and coffees.

Bristol Food Connections – Food Choices Panel

Saturday 16th June. 12:00 pm. Bristol Energy Hub, Waterfront, BS1 5UH

Join Gaz Oakley (the avant-garde vegan), Rachel de Thample (chef and advocate of eating less meat), Isaac Price-Sosner from Flexi Bristol (flexitarianism), Kamaldeep Sidhu (‘real food’ advocate), and Richard Young (Sustainable Food Trust Policy Director) in this panel debate looking at the decisions we make around what we eat, and why we choose to be vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian or a full-on meat eater. Chaired by Nessie Reid (Global Diversity Foundation Coordinator, Oxford Real Farming Conference & creator of The Milking Parlour), we’ll see these experts from each field in the spotlight talking about what drives their choices.

This is a free event and lasts 45 minutes, no need to book. Just get yourself to the Festival Hub in good time. See more HERE.

Preserve Foods

www.preservefoods.co.uk

208 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8NU

We are a zero waste shop where there is no plastic packaging. You can bring your own containers and buy as little or as much as you like.

We’re setting out on a new venture. I’m at the helm supported by my family who are on the ball with instant feedback, cool ideas and practical stuff such as helping to sort out the shop and the branding. I’ve been in food retail for a couple of decades and a vegan since childhood. Bristol is our home, I’ve lived here for over 20yrs and grew up between Stroud and Bristol, whilst Helens’ family are all proper Brizzle. I’d love to hear any suggestions you may have and am in the shop every day so do drop by for a chat, thanks for taking time to visit our website, hope to see you @preserve. Tiriel

What’s in stock. A large range of mainly organic and vegan wholefoods and non food products such as soaps, shampoo bars, deodorant, washing liquids, …and a growing selection of really cool stuff such as Mutiny shaving boxes, Truthbrushes, Eco coffee cups, Chilly’s bottles. PLUS a super whizzing nut butter and milk machine (yay!!)