During Coachella, you’re going the distance. Three days of nonstop party-til-the-blisters-stop-you action can take a toll on any festival superhero. Between acts, you’ll need to refuel in order to get right back into the marathon of music.
Do your body a favor and skip the salted pretzel cart. This year, Coachella will feature the most extensive food lineup yet, spotlighting top Los Angeles restaurants in pop-up form.
Get the L.A. food scene under the Indio sun with selections such as Night+Market (Thai) from Silver Lake, Bar Ama (Tex Mex), Sugarfish (sushi) and Mexicali Taco Co. (tacos).
Crossroads Kitchen is another top pick for vegan food by Tal Ronnen, Salt & Straw for desserts, Clover Juice for refreshing fresh-pressed sips and Bon Puf for a tasty organic cotton candy treat.
VIP guests can sip signature cocktails inside the Rose Garden, featuring four bars from Cedd Moses: Las Perlas (mezcal), Caña Rum Bar (rum), Honeycut and Seven Grand (whiskey).
Outstanding in The Field: This year, guests can treat themselves to a unique four-course meal served family-style in the Coachella Rose Garden. A ticket includes a cocktail, beer and wine. $225 for dinner only, $600 with three-day general-admission pass.
Find the complete dining guide at coachella.com