Veg Speed Date is exclusively for vegan and vegetarian singles across North America. We have thought through every detail to make sure people have a great time, don’t need to worry about feeling rejected, and have the best chance of making that special connection.
For our Valentine’s 2017 launch, we are putting on speed dating events across the United States and Canada! Karine’s events have already resulted in life-changing matches for San Francisco vegans and vegetarians, giving rise to long-term relationships, marriages, and families.
And once you run through these, be sure to check out our guide of everything else happening in Seattle this winter.
At this pair of local board game shops and cafes, you can play the latest games or old favorites for free -- though if you're up for forking over a few dollars, they also serve food and drinks.
For extra romance (read: fewer people) but a slightly less-good view head a few blocks away to the lookout across the street from Parsons Gardens.
It’s gotten a bit pricey just to watch another embarrassing Mariners loss, but Safeco Field offers tours of some of the areas you might never have seen before -- stop by a private suite and pretend you can afford to see the game from there!
It’s a hometown favorite, but it’s time for a taste-off: are the burgers under the orange sign actually any good?
Veg Speed Date is expanding on the unique vegan/vegetarian speed dating concept that Karine Brighten has refined over 5 years in San Francisco.
Our speed dating events are limited to 30 participants, because we’ve found that an intimate, get-to-really-know-you setting works the best for making real connections.
Not at List Restaurant, where Italian bottles (red, white, and rosé) go on sale every afternoon.
Grab one to share and split it on the patio: your will cover the bottle, tax, and a generous tip, so linger long and enjoy watching the world... From the Vietnamese food at 12th and Jackson to the stalls inside Uwajimaya, there are hundreds of dumplings, spring rolls, and snacks with big flavor and tiny price tags.
Watching the guys throw the fish at the market is super cheesy.