Smorgasburg LA reopens this Sunday with three new permanent vegan vendors

Smorgasburg is a weekly outdoor market in New York and Los Angeles. With vendors of local produce and products, this renowned event is a must-see for local foodies and visitors alike. After taking a few weeks off for the holidays, Smorgasburg LA reopens this Sunday with three new permanent vegan vendors: B’ivrit, Happy Ice and Say It Ain’t So.

The first vegan vendor to join Smorgasburg LA’s weekly lineup is B’ivrit. The female-owned pop-up specializes in vegan Israeli cuisine like hummus, tricolor falafel, pita sandwiches, and cauliflower shawarma. B’ivrit has made an occasional appearance in the Eastern LA neighborhoods, but Smorgasburg LA will be their first permanent weekly location.

Next on the list is Happy Ice. After competing in Smorgasburg LA’s Ice Cream Alley series over the summer, the bright and colorful food truck will be at the market full time. Do you know what that means? You can get a cup of refreshing vegan Philadelphia popsicle every Sunday!

Happy ice cream

The third fully vegan vendor to be welcomed into the Smorgasburg LA family is Say Ain’t So. The booming business offers vegan interpretations of classic Southern California fast food items, such as crunchadillas, burgers, mini taquitos, spicy cheese gorditas, and loaded fries.

Say it AintSo

Vegan Vendors in Smorgasburg LA

Other vegan vendors in Smorgasburg LA to check out include Avocadamama, Cena Vegan, Donut Friend, Madame Shugah, MANEATINGPLANT, Mort & Betty’s, Plantae Bar, and Señoreata. There are also a variety of vegan vendors like Amazebowls, Bridgetown Roti, and Sus Arepas. For the grand reopening of Smorgasburg LA this Sunday, January 9, Gordon Ramsay’s new cooking competition show, Next Level Chef, features a few iconic Los Angeles restaurants, including Gracias Madre. The plant-based Mexican restaurant will offer attendees some of their best-known dishes to try in a special Next Level Chef area.

Smorgasburg LA is located at ROW DTLA (777 S. Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA 90021). The market takes place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday. For more information visit

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