• New Year’s Day All You Can Eat Brunch

    December 31st, 2009quarrygirlLA restaurants, meet market (closed)

    HOLY, SHIT VEGANS! if you are anywhere near silverlake, you will want to hit up the all-you-can-eat vegan menu from 11am to 3pm at the meet market tomorrow. considering it’s a holiday, finding vegan comfort food will be next to impossible on january 1st. luckily, the meet market will be open and serving a massive vegan brunch complete with tofu scramble, roasted potatoes, vegan sausage, fresh vegetables, fruit, coffee, toast and jam. oh, and don’t forget to BYOB!!!! champagne for mimosas. i will be there, say hello!

    Vegan Brunch

    if you don’t attend, you are crazy.

    the meet market
    3206 W Sunset Blvd (at Descanso)
    Los Angeles, CA 90026

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15 responses to “New Year’s Day All You Can Eat Brunch” RSS icon

  • what time does it start?

  • looks good. I wish i could be there!

  • That sounds good! We might stop by.

  • I think I’m gonna have to get in on this. What are the hours?

  • Does anyone know if this place is dog friendly???

  • I am not crazy! I will be a’ attendin’!! (Finally!:) THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP!! 🙂
    Also, please help spread the word! EARTH CAFE VEGAN CHEESECAKE giveaway happening NOW at http://www.yourholisticagent.com/blog! Happy New Year!
    🙂 Candy

  • @cyn:

    Why do people think they can take their dogs in all kinds of places? This is an eating establishment.

  • My husband and I went and waited about 10-15 minutes to get a table (it was packed!) Sooo worth the wait! The scramble was to die for! The pancakes were delish! And actually, I saw a dog outside with his owners so it does look like they allow pets outside! 🙂 (I left my little bugger at home).

  • You’re crazy if you go to this place!!! I showed up at 1:30, and the place was broken or something. No buffet food, and we couldn’t even order from the regular menu. We were going to starve to death, but found an open Z Pizza. Meet Market is on my shit list! Happy new year!!!!

  • I showed up at 12:30 and they were already out of food and what scraps they had left were cold because they did not have any extra sterno candles. Wouldn’t have mattered anyway since there was no open seating and no plan on how to seat those waiting in vain. It was vegan disorganization at its worst.

  • Greg and Matt, I think you have to also see things from the restaurant’s point of view too. It’s very small so they can’t really do anything about seating unless people can sit on the ceiling or something. All the food has to be prepped in advance so they have to guess on how much to make since it’s not going to keep until the next weekend. If they get hit with a lot more traffic than they expected because of blog posts or twitter, unfortunately they run out. Maybe they could take reservations or something?

    If you were going to starve to death you should have tried Flore down the street.

  • They have a pretty decent sized kitchen if memory serves be correctly. Running out of food really shouldn’t be an issue. If the place is staffed in a similar fashion to the last 2 establishments there, that would explain it.

  • Mark and Greg don’t know what they’re talking about. Should’ve gotten there at 10 am, when the place just opened and everything was fresh and hot. The fact that they ran out of food by the time y’all got there should be a testament to the sort of chaos that went down before y’all got there. Next time, set your alarm clock for earlier.

  • uh, it’s a company’s responsibility (in the real world) to have enough stock to meet its customer’s needs during posted business hours, and may constitute some kind of legal issue like ‘fraud,’ or something else of that tree of unpleasant real world consequences that some vegans sometimes avoid

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