Brick Lane’s Vegan Night Market Is Coming Back For One Night Only

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After their triumph debut back in September, Vegan Nights are coming back to Brick Lane‘s Old Truman Brewery.

Don’t you just love a good ol’ London street food market? All the food, all the drink and all the lack of regret at stuffing yourself something silly. Well, what if that street food was guilt free, and even good for you? Trust us, it’s possible! Vegan Nights are returning to Brick Lane this month, aiming to stuff your face full of plant-based goodness.

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East London has a proper banging selection of markets, but this one stands out from the crowd for more than just the greens. For starters, they’re holding it in The Boiler House of The Old Truman Brewery, which is a pretty sweet location if you ask us. It’s also a one-night stand – Vegan Nights is only sticking around on November 23rd from 5-11pm. Best clear your schedule if you want to get your gnashers around the food!

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Ahh yes, the food. The big dogs of vegan street food are all rocking up, from the pun-loving ‘fried chicken’ connoisseurs Temple of Seitan, to the finest proprietors of vegan tacos, Club Mexicana. And that’s just scratching the surface of what’s on offer. ‘Meat’ lovers can gorge themselves at Biff’s Jack Shack and Jake’s Vegan Steaks. Or why not take a culinary world tour, from Italian stallions Pomodoro E Basilico, to Indian kings Spicebox, and ending with vegan doner kebabs by What The Pitta!

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With all that, it’s easy to forget that there’s more than just food. Honestly! The vegan beers and cocktails will be flowing, and the launch of a new ethical magazine, Bright Zine, is taking place too. You’ll also be able to shop for ethical vintage clothes from ETHCS, and listen to DJ sets by #VGANG. Even better, it’s all free entry and fits in nicely for those after-work plans. All in all, it sounds like a pretty swish evening out, even if you aren’t vegan!

Vegan Nights will be around on November 23rd from 5pm-11pm and can found at The Boiler House, 152 Brick Lane, E1 6RU. Nearest station is Shoreditch High Street, and you can stay updated with the Facebook event page for more details.

Featured image: @thelittlelondonfoodie

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