Vegan Survival Guide to Outside Lands

Eat, drink, and be merry thanks to our list of all the veg-friendly food at San Francisco’s hottest music festival.

Outside Lands tickets? Check. Sunscreen for sweaty day-dancing and a fleece for chilly evening sets? Check. A comprehensive guide to all of the vegan-friendly festival grub, beer, and wine you need to stay fueled throughout the weekend? Keep this list handy over the weekend, and you've got that, too. Here’s our guide to all the healthy, fried, and everything in-between dining at San Francisco’s biggest music weekend of the year. Fuel up at any of the 21 veg-friendly food vendors and then groove (cruelty-free, of course) to Lana del Rey with a Sauvignon Blanc in-hand, or get all the feels from Radiohead while sipping an IPA.
Vegan Eats

>> Azalina's: Malaysian peanut tofu-braised nachos
>> Bini's Kitchen: Nepalese veggie momos
>> Freshroll: Portobello mushroom bánh mì and taro chips
>> Glaze Teriyaki: Shishito Peppers
>> Itani Ramen: Vegetarian ramen
>> Koja Kitchen: Vegetarian tacos and kamikaze fries
>> Nombe: Ramenburger
>> Pica Pica Arepa Kitchen: Sweet yellow corn arepas, yucca fries, and sweet plantains
>> Sababa: Falafel sandwiches and falafel plates, seasoned fries, and coffee slushies
>> Sabores del Sur: Vegan empanadas
>> Smoothie Detour: Smoothies with add-ons including protein powder and maca
>> Split Pea Seduction: Vegan split pea soup with smoked paprika
>> Southpaw BBQ and Southern Cooking: Pulled jackfruit sandwiches
>> Stone’s Throw: Fat Angel kale salad (hold the bacon and the cheese)
>> Straw: Sweet potato tater tots
>> The Little Chihuahua: Fried plantain and black bean burrito
Food trucks
>> Curry Up Now: Vegan burritos and bowls
>> Il Morso: Americano coffee bar
>> Living Greens Juice: Summer sandia with watermelon and basil, living lemonade, cracked young Thai coconuts, and hot detox tea
>> Senor Sisig: Tofu burritos and tacos
>> Sprogs: Fresh fruit sippers and noodle bowls
>> The Chairman: Steamed or baked baos with tofu
Vegan Drinks

>> 21st Amendment
>> Ace Cider (aside from apple honey cider)
>> Anchor Brewing Co
>> Anderson Valley Brewing Co
>> Bear Republic
>> Faction Brewing
>> Fort Point Beer Co
>> High Water Brewing
>> Iron Springs Pub & Brewery
>> Linden Street Brewery
>> Lost Coast Brewery
>> Mad River Brewing
>> Mendocino Brewing Co
>> North Coast Brewing
>> Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
>> Bonterra: Sauvignon Blanc
>> Broc Cellars
>> Georges Duboeuf
>> Long Meadow Ranch: Sauvignon Blanc
>> Marietta Wines: White wines
>> Menage a Trois: Chardonnay
>> Preston Farm and Winery
>> The Prisoner Wine Company
>> SakeOne
>> Tin Barn
>> Turley Wine Cellars
>> Union Wine Co

Marguax Lushing can't wait to double-fist green juice and Sauvignon Blanc during Grimes' set.

Photo courtesy of Cameron Nielson

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