As if having one of the biggest bands on the planet, and biggest alternative clothing brands wasn’t enough for lead singer, Oliver Sykes, of Bring Me The Horizon, he recently opened his very own vegan restaurant housed in a newly renovated arcade that is also home to his clothing line, Drop Dead.

If you’d be so kind, please vote ‘make no bones @ church’, my restaurant in the vegfest awards
- Oli

Along with retro arcade machines, pool tables, live music venue, and even a movie screen within the Arcade complex, Make No Bones in Temple of Fun serves some of the tastiest vegan food in the city of Sheffield. Oli’s restaurant has been open for almost a year and has been nominated for an award.

VEGFEST is home to the UK’s biggest vegan festival that takes place every year in Bristol and London. This year Vegfest returns to Olympia West and Central Levels 1 – 3 on October 26th 27th 2019, with around 370 stalls including many new vegan brands, 20 featured areas and around 150 speakers all under one roof atOlympia West & Central Levels 1, 2 and 3.

During the festival, Vegfest host a huge awards ceremony in which they honour Vegan businesses with recognition of their efforts in supporting veganism.

Among the awards are Best Vegan Clothing, Best Vegan Street Food, Best Vegan Fragrances & Makeup, Best Vegan Meat, Best Vegan Skincare Products, Best Vegan Magazine, and Best Vegan Restaurant.

All you need to do is follow this link and vote for his restaurant. Select - Make No Bones at Church.

Author Bio: AC Speed

Senior Editor

I started my career as a music journalist in 2013 and have been involved in the music industry as a touring musician, studio engineer and artist consultant since 2002, as well as previously being a signed artist. My passion for delivering high quality, informative music-related news is a daily driving force behind the content I create. Also a huge gaming nerd! Born in the United Kingdom and currently living in Sweden. Skål!


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