Thanksgiving vegan pop-up shop in Morristown, Nov. 18

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Thanksgiving can be weird time for vegans — like you want to hang out and eat with your family and friends. But you might get a lot of questions about why you aren’t eating the turkey, or be told “you can have the salad.”

Feeling a bit left out sometimes makes the holiday less festive.

The Thanksgiving vegan pop-up shop at Morristown’s Laundromat Bar on Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, may help make the holidays happier. All are welcome.

The vegan pop-up shop hosted by the New Jersey VegFest features vegan chefs from around the region serving their most delicious dishes, as well as live music, local craft beer, sustainable vegan fashions, skincare products and art. all perfect for gifting.

If you have a vegan friend coming for Thanksgiving be sure to stop by and get some treats to go!

The November vegan pop-up shop for the first time has local Morristown restaurants joining in with their vegan menus; you’ll be able to order from Pierogies House, Beenies Ice Cream and Verilli’s Bakery, all at the same time.

Verilli’s Bakery is the first pizzeria in Morristown to take on our challenge for vegan pizza and will be debuting it on Sunday.

Vendors include:

Beenie’s Ice Cream, vegan ice cream (based in Morristown)
Chocolate Calling, organic & fair trade chocolates
Creature Comforts Stationery, cards and gifts
Homemade Betty, organic & vegan skincare with zero waste packaging
The Fanciful Fox, Brooklyn-based soaperie
Freakin’ Vegan, New Jersey’s favorite vegan mac and cheese
Gangster Vegan/ This Shirt Feeds, Pennsylvania based non-profit, each shirt provides a hot organic, vegan meal to an inner city child
Gone Pie Vegan Bakery, 100% vegan & gluten free pies, cakes and chocolates
LisetteArt, whimsical goods and art
Minus the Moo, vegan crab cakes
Pierogies House, freshly made Pierogies from their Morristown store
REBL USA, eco-friendly fashions for the animals & planet
Root Nine Baking Co., the world’s most wonderful cookies served warm and melty
Samosa Shack, artisanal samosa
Teeminder, sustainable fashions
Verrilli’s Bakery, vegan pizza
Wuxly Movement, ethical outerwear brand featuring winter jackets and coats
Yeah Dawg, vegan, soy-free, gluten-free hotdogs made from plants
Young Living Essential Oils – Living Fully Well

Tickets are $5 in advance; attendees under 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The Laundromat Bar is at 4 Dehart St. The vegan pop-up shop starts at noon and ends at 6pm.

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