Philly’s First Vegan Food & Beer Fest Set for This Weekend

Sustainable Everyday Edibles and Drinkables (S.E.E.D.) features top-notch food, craft beer, and a vegan goods marketplace.

Tomorrow, Philadelphia’s SugarHouse Casino will host S.E.E.D.: Sustainable Everyday Edibles—the city’s first-ever fully vegan food and beer festival. Vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores will enjoy the many delectable foods on offer from some of Philly’s finest restaurants and chefs, including MomPops, the Soy Cafe, Sweet Freedom Bakery, and a dozen others. More than 20 breweries will serve cold craft beers, ranging from iconic national brands such as Sam Adams to local favorites such as 2nd Story Brewing and Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. Attendees can also shop at the festival’s vegan marketplace, which will feature the most stylish animal-free fashions. Tickets can be purchased at S.E.E.D.’s website (with VIP tickets available that provide special perks).

Image courtesy of Crowne Plaza Philadelphia West

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