Vegan TikTok Influencer Tabitha Brown Stops by Harmony Plant Fare in Findlay Market on a Visit to Cincinnati

Brown is in town as part of singer/songwriter Jewel and Kroger's The Wellness Experience event this weekend, and loved the vegan deli's plant-based gyro.

click to enlarge Tabitha Brown enjoying Harmony Plant Fare's vegan gyro - PHOTO: INSTAGRAM.COM/IAMTABITHABROWN
Tabitha Brown enjoying Harmony Plant Fare's vegan gyro

Singer/songwriter Jewel's The Wellness Experience event, co-founded with Kroger, is taking place at The Banks this weekend (Aug. 20-21). 

[READ: CityBeat's interview with Jewel]

The fest includes more than "100 experiences focused on four core pillars of transformation: health, activity, nutrition and inspiration," according to a release. And along with an anxiety workshop led by Jewel and live music by the likes of Quinn XCII, RaeLynn, Willie Jones and Cincinnati band Blessid Union of Souls, influencers from the fitness and food world have descended on the Queen City.

That includes TikToker and actress Tabitha Brown, CEO of vegan haircare line Donna's Recipes and vegan food advocate, who is taking part in weekend activities like a "Food as Medicine" roundtable.

Brown got in town a day early for her event and made a stop by Findlay Market after asking her 3.8 million Instagram followers where to find the best vegan eats in Cincinnati.

That led her to the market's Harmony Plant Fare, of which she said, "Lord have mercy this gyro and fried pickle sandwich is VERY GOOD!!! I will definitely be back!!!"

Harmony Plant Fare offers a variety of vegan deli options ranging from cold cuts, salads, dips, housemade seitans and vegan cheese (that melts!) to sandwiches and vegan pantry essentials. 

And their Italian sandwich (a CityBeat staff favorite) also just made it to our list of top seven sandwiches to eat in Cincinnati.

Watch the full sandwich review below. 

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