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While all restaurants have been heavily affected by the recent limitations on social gathering, those that reside in shuttered food halls have faced an additional hurdle. As the home to over 30 vendors—many of them vegan-friendly—the historic DTLA establishment has launched the GCM ❤ LA Relief Fund to offer aid to these purveyors.

The proceeds of the fund will be distributed evenly among the food hall vendors. Former patrons may donate directly online or purchase GCM-themed merchandise to benefit the cause. Items include unisex t-shirts, socks, mugs, and pins with GCM ❤ LA branded across a crisp white background.

Despite the temporary closure of the space itself, over two dozen vendors have managed to remain open (albeit with limited hours) for takeout and delivery. Vegan-friendly vendors still in operation include PBJ.LA, Ramen Hood, Golden Road, G&B Coffee, and Sarita’s Pupusas, among others.

To directly support your favorite vegan GCM vendor, order takeout or delivery through the eatery’s direct online platform.

 

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