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This Is the Entire Food Lineup for Coachella 2017

Coachella has returned this year with an immense music lineup and an equally impressive food lineup. They’ve already released the Outstanding in the Field chef roster, but that’s a more exclusive sit-down premium experience.

Here is the news on all the food that’s happening at the festival on both weekends, so feast your eyes. Coachella runs April 14 to 16 and 21 to 23, 2017.

Here are some quick hits on what you should try at Coachella 2017, plus the complete lineup below.

Fat Dragon, the popular new-school Chinese restaurant in Silver Lake, is serving an orange chicken bowl, plus cold-brew green tea with fruit infusions in the Beer Barn.

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Fat Dragon
 

Danny Trejo’s ultra popular Trejo’s Tacoswill be serving at the Beer Barn, which means it’s accessible to everyone, not just VIPs. And yes, the lines will be long.

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Trejo’s Tacos
 

The one thing you need to try when you’re out there: Paper Planes, which is Alvin Cailan’s (Eggslut, Luchini Pizzeria) new concept that’s basically melted raclette cheese poured over tater tots. This will surely be the talk of the festival and possibly the most Instagrammable dish for both weekends. Just a caveat: It’s only available inside the Rose Garden VIP area.

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Paper Planes

Sweet Comforts is a supremely photogenic waffle dessert concept that is debuting at Coachella this year. They come in fruity pebble, Oreo, animal crackers, and “plain jane.” They’ll be serving in the Boardwalk area, which means it’s available to everyone.

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Sweet Comforts
 

Ricardo Zarate’s more fast casual Mamacita, which opened a few weeks ago inside the Hollywood & Highland complex, is serving Peruvian burritos, which come with a quinoa and brown rice blend, tomato sambal, smashed avocadoes, and fried egg with chicken, skirt steak, or portobello mushroom. This will be available inside the Rose Garden VIP.

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Mamacita Peruvian burrito

Marcel Vigneron’s Wolf will be serving everything from burgers and baby kale salad to this incredible coconut nitro ice cream, which should be the perfect relief during the warm spring festival in the desert.

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Coconut nitro ice cream 

Here’s the full lineup of the food, plus where everything will be located:

Rose Garden VIP

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The Humm Dog 

The NoMad
Taqueria La Venganza
Mamacita by Ricardo Zarate
Woodley Proper
Erven
Mainland Poke
Paper Planes
Winsome
Pioneer Eats
Ramen Hood
McConnell’s Ice Cream

Beer Barn

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Eureka! at the Beer Barn

Trejo’s Tacos
Bludso’s BBQ
Phorage
Fat Dragon
Eureka!
Beer Belly

Main VIP

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Chicken tikka poutine 
Birdies fried chicken sandwiches

A few notable changes here: Menotti’s, the lovable Venice Boardwalk coffee shop, is serving. Roy Choi’s enduring Korean-Mexican taco mashup Kogi comes back to Coachella after first debuting there years ago. Badmaash brings its excellent poutine fries topped with chicken tikka marsala gravy. Try Birdies’ fried chicken sandwiches for the first time ever at the festival.

Menotti’s 
Kogi BBQ
Wolf
Sunny Blue
Badmaash
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream
POT
Matcha Bar
Backyard Bowls
Hanjip
Sweetfin
Birdies
Plan Check
The Venue Sushi
Juice Served Here

Pop-Ups

The pop-ups this year are three fixed concepts serving a prix-fixe menu with plenty of options that’ll accommodate various tastes and preferences, which is a change from years past. This year, Kindred, a vegan-friendly restaurant from San Diego, makes its debut. Little Sister, Tin Vuong’s ultra popular Southeast Asian restaurant in Downtown LA and Manhattan Beach, will be serving dinners, while Brooke Williamson’s Playa Provisions will round out the lineup. To book a table here, go to this special link on OpenTable. Dinners cost $50 per person.

Kindred
Little Sister
Playa Provisions

Boardwalk – General Admission

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Fritzi Coop’s The Stinger sandwich
Minced pork over rice from Little Fatty

The general-admission food offerings get a major upgrade this year, including Neal Fraser’s Fritzi Coop fried chicken sandwiches, Koreatown’s ultra-popular Sumo Dog, which originally debuted at Coachella, Roy Choi’s rice bowl concept Chego, and even the delightful Go Get ‘Em Tiger from Larchmont/Los Feliz. Does Coachella boast the best, most unique coffee programs of any music festival? Probably. Oh, and Sweet Comforts will be available to everyone in the Boardwalk.

Little Fatty
Jalapajar
2nd City
Sweet Comforts
Fritzi Coop
Sumo Dog
Chego
Holy Cow
Juice Served Here
Go Get ‘Em Tiger
Milk Box

Other General Admission

Rocco’s Sweet Shoppe
Mallow Mallow
Top Round

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