Eating Vegan? These 4 Bay Area Spots Are Where You Should Graze
Is one of your New Year resolutions to eat healthier and go vegan? Well put these four Bay Area eateries on your list—a mixture of meals, sweeties, and treats, you won't be going hungry.
Hella Vegan Eats
With the help of La Cocina SF, Hella Vegan Eats took off with their inaugural food truck in 2013. Declaring "Dreamy Vegan Eats For All", the married couple Tiff & Sylvee Esquivel, took the East Bay and San Francisco by storm. The two stocks their menu with all beloved favorite such as burgers, fries, and more that are all vegan. Be aware that their menu changes regularly and seasonally. // 414 14th St., Oakland, hellaveganeats.com
The Butcher's Son
A cute spot in Berkeley that is perfect for your stomach and your Instagram, TBS has an array of vegan eats that quell the various taste buds of the Bay Area. But get this, there Level 8 Vegan is a food bloggers vegan holy grail—served on a toasted bagel of your choice, with cream cheese of your choice, fried chicken, bacon, lettuce, avocado and tomato with a side of pickled jalapeño. That sounds mouth watering as it is. // 1941 University Ave, Berkeley, thebutchersveganson.com
Hand roasting coffee in small batches at our Piedmont Avenue Flagship Roastery in Oakland since 2012. Now the team serves their coffee on College Avenue Cafe in Berkeley. Their bakeries list is quite expansive and ever changing but what's good to know is that their treats are 100% vegan so anything you grab will be safe to eat. // 4252 Piedmont Ave, Oakland, timelesscoffee.com
A Union St. spot with a lot of vegan personality—Vegan Picnic carefully makes all their hot, cold, and sweet treats in house. For those who are on-the-go, they also have pre-made items for your need to get out and head to work. But all the more still eating vegan. // 1977 Union St, Marina, veganpicnic.com