Tron Bar & Kitchen have announced their first event of the year, a vegan pop-up market evening on Wednesday 21st February from 5pm to 9pm. Featuring over ten of Scotland’s finest vegan food suppliers, the evening pop-up event will be an ideal opportunity for those looking to stock up on high-quality locally sourced vegan produce. Visitors will be able to enjoy live music from Fox Star records while they shop for vegan goods.
Confirmed suppliers for the event include Kind Crusts, a Dennistoun-based café and catering operation specialising in innovative and sustainable food, completely free of animal produce. Popular Shawlands vegan café Soy Division will also be in attendance, as well as the Glasgow Kimchi Company.
Based in Merchant City, Glasgow Kimchi Company produce handmade kimchi (a fermented Korean food) that is both vegetarian and vegan friendly.
Then there is In Bloom, the Nirvana-themed, plant-based café which opened in Maryhill last year.
West End organic wholefoods staple Roots, Fruits and Flowers will also be at the market, as well as Fair Trade Scotland who will be selling a wide range of socially responsible products and gifts, from handbags to bamboo products.
If you’re looking for a drink, enjoy a Makar Gin or Thistly Cross Cider. If you’re still not full up, Tron Bar & Kitchen’s executive chef Mark Mackenzie will be developing an exclusively vegan menu for this one-off event.