Join us on Sunday, October 21, 2018, at Fair@44—a not-for-profit community gathering space by the City Heights Economic Development Collaborative—for the Second Annual Vegan Taco Cook-off presented by Vegan in San Diego. Some of our community’s top taco vendors will be slinging their favorite dishes to battle for the title of Best Vegan Taco in San Diego.

Two titles will be awarded: Judge’s Prize and People’s Choice

Snag your tickets today! Last year’s event sold out in advance of the event. Ticket prices are inclusive of EventBrite fees. There are two ticket options:

Crowd Judge ticket:

  • EARLY entry at 4:00 p.m.
  • One taco from each taco cook-off competitor (5)
  • Ballot to vote for your favorite taco of the night
  • One raffle ticket for opportunity drawing
  • Price: $27 (includes EventBrite fees)

General Admission ticket: 

  • Entry at 5:00 p.m.
  • One raffle ticket for opportunity drawing
  • Price: $6 (includes EventBrite fees)

 

Date: October 21, 2018
Time: 4:00 p.m. – 8 p.m. (Judges entrance: 4 p.m., General entrance: 5 p.m.)
Location: Fair @ 44, 4350 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, CA 92105
Tickets: get ’em quick, via EventBrite

 

VENDORS

Competitors:

  • Chicano Soul Food: “El Guisado” — A braised veggie taco
  • El Veganito: “Tacos de Canasta” — A traditional street taco that includes potatoes and refried beans
  • FaVe Tacos: “Roast Cauliflower Taco” — Roasted cauliflower served with apple radish slaw, vegan jalapeño-lime crema and salsa verde
  • Jai Fusion: “Rico T” — A soft shell taco filled with seasoned tofu, black beans, mole verde sauce, topped with lettuce, corn and a cashew based white cream sauce.
  • La Taqueria Vegiee: “Carne Asada Taco” — soy meat taco with cilantro, onion and guacamole
  • Tocaya Organica: “Barrio Style Taco”

Desserts for sale from:

Drinks and Salsa for sale from:

 

A portion of proceeds will be donated to San Diego-based Center for Community Solutions.

Center for Community Solutions (CCS) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit agency that provides prevention and intervention services for sexual assault and intimate partner violence survivors. They assist more than 22,000 San Diegans each year, operate the only Rape Crisis Center in San Diego, and a countywide 24-hour bilingual crisis helpline. For more information, visit www.ccssd.org