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LA's 'Urban Food Crawl' Tours the City's Best Vegan Spots

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If you want to know the best places to score some vegan food in Los Angeles, there’s a tour for you!

The Urban Food Crawl is taking lucky (and hungry) people on a walking tour each Saturday through October to experience LA’s vegan eats. According to VegNews, the tours are four hours long and feature stops to enjoy food like “vegan pizza, Mexican cuisine, retro diner treats, and Babycakes’ cupcakes.”

Urban Food Crawl describes it as an “eco-friendly, weekly walking tour with six stops…that showcase the tasty, flavorful food that Downtown LA restaurants have to offer.” The website also points out that this is a chance to show non-vegans how delicious this food can be, as well as support local eateries and show people with certain food allergies where they can go to eat in the city.

Whether you’re a LA local or a tourist stopping by, this is something to check out! It’s recommended that you buy your tickets a week in advance of the date you want, so don’t wait too long! Tickets are $65 and include all food and an Urban Food Crawl tote bag

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  • From artisan pizza to vegan menudo that showcase the tasty, flavorful food that Downtown LA restaurants have to offer. As a pre thanksgiving special, urban food crawl is offering a discount weekend when both of their tours will be only $48.75.

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