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Tasty Side Of Coachella

Are any of you heading to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival this weekend? Lucky ducks! Not only will you be immersed in incredible sights and sounds in the desert, but the festival is also bringing top notch eats to satiate your appetites.

This year at Coachella, your taste buds are in for a treat! There are plenty of events, dinners, and pop-ups to whet your palette.

Among these is Outstanding in the Field, a nightly dinner featuring a four-course meal made by renowned chefs from across the nation. Other events and tastings can be found with the Reserve App. But if you haven’t already made reservations, there are other options.

According to, these are the Top 5 eateries you MUST hit up during Weekend One, Weekend Two, or both!

Scratch Bar

A popular spot located in L.A.’s Restaurant Row, Scratch Bar will host a pop-up eatery, featuring different dining options, all made from scratch. Order a la carte, try suggested food and alcohol pairings, or go big with the 14-course Chef’s Counter Tasting Experience. Whatever you do, make at least one stop here.


Roy Choi’s Pot, located in the Line Hotel, will make an appearance at Coachella this year. Serving up delicious and inventive Korean food and BBQ, if you fancy Korean cuisine, you’ll love the magic Roy Choi produces.


It’s likely the weather will be quite warm out in the desert. Cool down with KindKreme ice cream! Their ice cream is vegan, handmade from organic and sustainable ingredients, and they are environmentally conscious. You won’t have to feel guilty about consuming these sweet, delicious calories.

800 Degrees

Who doesn’t love pizza? At 800 degrees, the pizza is made with a special thin crust that bakes in just one minute! As you hop from one area to another, 800 degrees pizza will be quick and convenient for you to munch on the move.

Verve Coffee Roasters

Need your caffeine fix? Visit award winners Verve Coffee Roasters, who work directly with farmers to ensure Fair Trade. Their coffee has been a buzz around big names, having been featured in the New York Times and GQ, to name a few. With accolades like that, you’re sure to enjoy their coffee and lattes.

Are you going to Weekend One or Weekend Two or both? Let us know how it goes! We want to hear all about the amazing sets you witnessed, the beautiful art installations you took in, and, of course, the best food that you ate. Connect with us on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, LinkedIn, or Pinterest.

If you won’t be headed to the desert this weekend, come enjoy a yummy sandwich or fresh salad at your neighborhood deli in Pomona, CA!