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7-Course Vegan Feast Party Bus Hits the SF Bay Area

The Om Bus—complete with an open bar and live music—will take guests on a scenic tour of San Francisco after a massive outdoor feast featuring Mexican-inspired vegan favorites.

The second annual Party Bus BBQ Pop Up will commence Saturday at John McLaren Park in San Francisco. The event is hosted by local vegan pop-up company Om Sabor and will treat guests to a decadent outdoor plant-based feast before boarding the Om Bus for the afterparty, where live music will be provided by DJ Poncho, and guests can imbibe at the open bar and enjoy scenic views of the city. The seven-course feast will feature dishes such as Potato "Chorizo" Flautas, Guajillo Hominy Pozole, Chile Colorado Jackfruit Tamales, "Bacon" Wrapped Mission Dogs, Chimichurri Seasonal Grilled Vegetables, Twice-Baked Green Chile Potatoes with Grilled Seitan Steak, and Dunkin Rum Hot Chocolate Doughnuts accompanied by cranberry mimosas.

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