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Meat-Free Corn Dogs & More Vegan Delights Await At The Texas Veggie Fair

The 7th annual meat-free fest hits Dallas October 22

Corny dogs, sans meat.
Texas Veggie Fair
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The State Fair of Texas is for everyone, but vegetarians may feel a little left out of all the bacon-wrapped, deep-fried goodness. Next weekend, though, vegetarians and vegans will host their own fried food bonanza sans all the meat.

On October 22, Texas Veggie Fair will return to Reverchon Park for its seventh year. The event will feature veg-friendly fare, speakers, product vendors, and chef demos in both English and Spanish.

In addition to vendors like Holy Kombucha and El Palote Panaderia, you’ll be able to purchase plenty of meat-free offerings from restaurants like Laili, Nature’s Plate, and Spiral Diner. A beer garden provided by Trinity Hall will showcase local brews, and you’ll be able to partake in a little yoga should you overindulge.

The Texas Veggie Fair kicks off on Saturday, October 22 at 11 a.m. Entry is free for both humans and dogs, who are (of course) welcome.