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Layback
01-29-2007, 02:37 PM
What kind of food do they have and what how much is it. Is it junk food or what.

york707
01-29-2007, 02:52 PM
You can find good food there. But it's all "carnival" type food for the most part. There are some vegetarian options and some vegan options. You can make it relatively healthy. It's all pretty expensive.

york707
01-29-2007, 02:53 PM
Actually, I was referring to the Festival itself. I just now see that I am in the camping thread. So, if you were referring to food on the campground, don't expect much. HOWEVER, the breakfast burrito is a godsend.

TardGenius
01-29-2007, 03:08 PM
There's all kinds of stuff, a bit pricey, but not too bad. Last year I really liked the asian noodley plates...those were yummy. and churros.....the churros were bomb.

JohnJohnIII
01-29-2007, 03:19 PM
You guys are nuts. You can fill up for about $7.00. I highly recommend the lamb gyros. The Indian food looked decent, too... that is until i walked behind all the food tents looking for a rumored secret portapotty only to find huge vats of food being stirred in the open air with dirt, grass and flies hovering overhead.

Yeah, stick with the gyros.

york707
01-29-2007, 03:26 PM
$7 all day? Are you anorexic?

york707
01-29-2007, 03:28 PM
Look, you are going to need to drop $7 on food at least twice a day while you're inside if you care to have any energy at all. That doesn't account for water or beer if you're drinking. I usually grab food about every four hours, drink water constantly and have beers around dusk. I plan on $60-70 a day for those three categories.

Courtney
01-29-2007, 03:29 PM
Veggie pizza! I think it was like $5 for a humongous slice... but I don't really remember.

devilray223
01-29-2007, 05:27 PM
Look, you are going to need to drop $7 on food at least twice a day while you're inside if you care to have any energy at all. That doesn't account for water or beer if you're drinking. I usually grab food about every four hours, drink water constantly and have beers around dusk. I plan on $60-70 a day for those three categories.

I will be following your model. Thanks I'll bring about 100 day...just in case I find myself spending a day at the beer garden or getting the munchies! haha...

moooo
01-29-2007, 06:06 PM
I had this great sandwich once, I think it was in '03. It was from the vegan booth and had baby coconut shredded in it. It was $10 and worth it.

But .... The absolute best food at the campsite last year was the bloody mary bar!!! Best idea ever.

Last year I planned $40 a day for food and was really hungry, thirsty, and broke come Sunday afternoon. This year I'm making it a cool $100/day.

Trick Loves The Kids
01-29-2007, 06:27 PM
smuggle in clif bars and buy pizza

lowfront
01-29-2007, 06:55 PM
I love those cliff bars...Good call

Carlo Von Sexron
01-29-2007, 07:43 PM
I'm not a vegetarian, but the veggie and vegan food is the best options at Coachella. Good stuff.

rampaige
01-29-2007, 07:51 PM
The yummiest thing I had at Coachella was the guacamole. It was so fresh tasting. I'm not normally a fan of guac, but freaking a it was delicious.

MrSheen
01-29-2007, 10:31 PM
Sounds good for us UK folk. especially with the exchange rate the way it is!!

bmack86
01-29-2007, 10:35 PM
I spend 7 dollars a day on food. I eat before i come into the festival, have one meal in there and then eat when i get out. It's worked 3 years in a row, so i'm keepin with that model. Water, i buy 6 bottles usually. Just get em at the start of the day and put them in my backpack so that I don't have to give up a good spot if I happen upon one.

Mystagogue
01-29-2007, 10:42 PM
While not really "food"...fresh coconuts are awesome. You can go back after you drink the coconut water and have them open up the husks so you can eat the meat, too. Lots of water in that as well.

farmer dan
01-29-2007, 10:46 PM
they have fresh coconuts?!!? splendid

FakePlasticMe
01-29-2007, 10:48 PM
3 words: CAJUN. TURKEY. SAUSAGES.

shmamber
01-30-2007, 08:24 AM
The smoothies are killer, especially when it's 100 degrees out. I find that they are much more effective than water--at least temporarily--at keeping one cool.

Also: pizza is great, the veggie/vegan food is great, veggie burgers (can you tell I am a vegetarian?)...and funnel cakes and garlic fries...mmmm. Can you also tell that I am a foodie? I could start my own show, call it "The Coachella Gourmet" --JUST KIDDING.

Anyway, the point of all of this is that there are so many options, and it's NOT really that expensive! You will spend more money on water and beer than on food, for sure.

JohnJohnIII
01-30-2007, 08:47 AM
$7 all day? Are you anorexic?


I spend 7 dollars a day on food. I eat before i come into the festival, have one meal in there and then eat when i get out. It's worked 3 years in a row, so i'm keepin with that model. Water, i buy 6 bottles usually. Just get em at the start of the day and put them in my backpack so that I don't have to give up a good spot if I happen upon one.

That's what I'm saying. You bring food in a cooler, chow down before you get in, and eat at the food court only once or twice a day. $100/day sound like mostly booze money to me.

justinaqui
01-30-2007, 08:55 AM
Taquitos in the big beer garden (the one with the patio)! so much guacamole!

randy ricochet
01-30-2007, 08:56 AM
I'll be eating poontang!

york707
01-30-2007, 08:58 AM
When spending a day in the heat, I prefer to eat several light meals than ever "chowing down" -- especially right before I enter the festival.

DeltaSigChi4
01-30-2007, 07:30 PM
3 words: CAJUN. TURKEY. SAUSAGES.

That sounds good actually.

E

DeltaSigChi4
01-30-2007, 07:31 PM
I'll be eating poontang!

That sounds even better!!

E

laineinla
01-30-2007, 07:36 PM
i seem to recall the gyros were pretty decent... but i fill up on frozen lemonade most of the time ;)

EZE619
01-30-2007, 07:55 PM
the terriyaki chicken and egg rolls a pretty good as well

garrett222
01-30-2007, 08:00 PM
my bbq chic sand sucked...but the pizza was good, and so was my burger

Courtney
01-30-2007, 08:03 PM
Oh yeah, I also remember that there was a grill place with hamburgers and fries and stuff. They had salads, but the salads sucked.

It's all about the pizza, I'm tellin ya!

daughterxofxexile
01-30-2007, 08:14 PM
wow $100.00 a day

and i doubt any of the food we bring will survive the heat..right?

Quentin
01-30-2007, 09:19 PM
I'll be making a trip to costco before hand and pickin up lots of Cliff Bars and smuggling them in. And following the Coachella spirit, I'll be handing them out too :D

Mmm Cliff bars...

AEversW
01-30-2007, 09:22 PM
damn right...costco run for sure...just get granola bars, and some trail mix and stuff that like. I usually never have enough time to sit in the line for food anyways cuz i usually try and catch every band i want to see. When i get there i usually buy 8 or 10 bottles of water and just snack on stuff i smuggled in.

Courtney
01-30-2007, 09:23 PM
I'll be making a trip to costco before hand and pickin up lots of Cliff Bars and smuggling them in. And following the Coachella spirit, I'll be handing them out too :D

Mmm Cliff bars...

:thu It's all about the black cherry almond Cliff bars.

DSN1138
01-30-2007, 10:48 PM
last year for the first time a vegan place with AMAZING tempeh or tofu burgers !!! seriously have been thinking about eating them since last year... omg i cant wait for coachella!!!!

Boourns
01-31-2007, 12:48 AM
3 words: CAJUN. TURKEY. SAUSAGES.

That sounds quite good, actually. You'll have to show me where to find those this year.

My favorite Coachella food was the barbecue tri-tip sandwich. $8, but it was a lot of beef, and really tasty. I had that for two lunches and a dinner.

The on-site breakfast is okay, not worth the $10, but if I'm up early, why not. I got to swipe a muffin and a danish last year, so that made it more worthwhile. In 2005 they ran out of bacon by the time I got through the line.

The best snack I've had was the garlic parmesean fries with a side of ranch dressing. Oh God. They don't advertise the ranch, but they had a huge bottle sitting right there, so I asked for it, and since I got it, I tipped.

Had a personal pizza in 2004, which was pretty bad. Pizza at spicy pies is rather good.

Smoothies are tasty and refreshing, and the orange tastes like orange julius. Frozen lemonades are readily available, and are very refreshing and sweet.

Corn dogs are good, because those cannot possibly be screwed up. I think they come in foot-longs, too.

Had a burger at camp in 2005 and it tasted like it had been sitting there for quite some time, for it was dry and flavorless. But I had one at Detour in 2006 and got it fresh off the grill and it was so damn good, so when I see someone grilling burgers this year, I'm demanding a fresh one.

I hear good things about the chinese food, but I don't want to spend that much money on a bunch of rice and be hungry again in an hour. There was a tempura shrimp kabob, but $10 for three shrimp is definitely a ripoff.

In 2004 I had a fruit salad, and it was really good because fresh fruit can't be beat. Until I got down to the bottom third, which was all cucumber. Bleh.

HAIRYGOOMBA
01-31-2007, 07:02 PM
Oh, I almost forgot about the Kettle Korn.
It was like CRACK.

Jimmy crack corn, and....shrug.

Mr.Nipples
01-31-2007, 07:05 PM
i heard in-n-out burger is going to have a few catering trucks there this year.

tibu1
01-31-2007, 09:27 PM
How much did the beer cost?

musicmatters7
01-31-2007, 09:48 PM
i think i started that in-n-out rumor

musicmatters7
01-31-2007, 09:48 PM
that would be awsome tho

GTI_GRL
01-31-2007, 11:19 PM
The best breakfast is at the Augistine Casino that 3 miles south easy of the polo field. Any of the streets south to Ave 54 and then its right past the corner of Van Buren. Last year we ate $3.99 streak, eggs, and potatoes both mornings. It was a good size serving, bigger then dennys/ihop and only $3.99. We wanted to get it after the venue, but no energy left. The special is from 12am until 9am, after that the price is $7. There is also a breakfast buffet with all the standard breakfast items, but I am not sure on the price.

Inside the venue, the pizza was great when it was fresh. I had the garlic one, and thank god I brought gum/mints. The Churros and Frozen Lemonade were amazing. The roasted corn on the cob with lemon/lime, chile, and parmesan cheese was also great. All I needed was the ladies from the "remate" aka swapmeet, or the garment district with the bacon wrapped polish sausages topped with grilled onions, jalapenos, and guacamole. mmmmmm when ever I make the trip to down town LA (4 hrs) I eat at least 2 and take 2 more to go. Its the best $2.50 spent. Can we get these at Coachella???? Set up 20 carts and they will still have lines, its that good.

Mr.Nipples
01-31-2007, 11:59 PM
beer was 7 bucks. if in in-n-out do put trucks out there, you think theyll jack up the prices on burgers? i want a fucking 4x4

Boourns
02-01-2007, 12:41 AM
In&Out 4x4 = heaven

Shame they don't have mayo, though. WTF?

toolisbomb
02-01-2007, 12:54 AM
mayo is nasty.

Quentin
02-01-2007, 01:04 AM
Mmm..if anyone can finish a 20x20 I'll fucking pay for that shit and give them a cookie.

TESTIFYTHIS
02-02-2007, 01:56 PM
I love those cliff bars...Good call

hey whats a cliff bar?

SFChrissy
02-02-2007, 01:58 PM
Actually the cannabis chocolate was the best!!!

TESTIFYTHIS
02-02-2007, 01:58 PM
In&Out 4x4 = heaven

Shame they don't have mayo, though. WTF?

what the hell is a In and Out?

if a 4x4 is a burger from a fast food joint that i've never tried i want one. Is it heaven like an octostacker from BK is?

mozabilly54
02-02-2007, 02:02 PM
the big pizza tent between the outdoor stage and gobi is some of the best pizza I have ever had. I look forward to eating it every year!

mozabilly54
02-02-2007, 02:02 PM
what the hell is a In and Out?

if a 4x4 is a burger from a fast food joint that i've never tried i want one. Is it heaven like an octostacker from BK is?

http://www.in-n-out.com/images/top_left_logo.gif

www.in-n-out.com

SFChrissy
02-02-2007, 02:09 PM
wow $100.00 a day

and i doubt any of the food we bring will survive the heat..right?

Light brunch before entering

You can bring in dried fruit, nutz 'n nutrition bars...

1 afternoon/evening meal

that's pretty much what saves me...and has worked every year!!!

Mr. E
02-02-2007, 02:38 PM
Veggie pizza! I think it was like $5 for a humongous slice... but I don't really remember.

mmmm that sounds pretty pretty good.

cityzun
02-02-2007, 05:12 PM
Mmm..if anyone can finish a 20x20 I'll fucking pay for that shit and give them a cookie.

You're on!

Mr.Nipples
02-02-2007, 05:37 PM
the 4x4 makes a bk octostacker look like a fucking bocaburger.

cityzun
02-02-2007, 11:22 PM
the 4x4 makes a bk octostacker look like a fucking bocaburger.

Largest burger I've had yet was a 5 pound burger from a local burger shack called Sylvesters. It's literally a shack. Best damn burgers around though. That 3 pound patty will KEEEL you.

drugstorecowgirl
02-03-2007, 12:24 AM
the 4x4 makes a bk octostacker look like a fucking bocaburger.

mmmMM animal style on everything..

McFearless
02-03-2007, 12:33 AM
So are dried fruit, trail mix, granola bars, nutrition bars etc allowed in? I hear the world "smuggling" but then other posters are saying you can bring them in. Anyone know for sure.

I pretty much am not going to eat. I have bad anxiety. I will prob eat something small right before I go in and then eat when I leave. I will consume a shitload of water though. And vitamin water.

tibu1
02-03-2007, 07:42 AM
I will consume a shitload of water though. And vitamin water.

Which begs the question.........Is it all port-a-potties inside the venue?
:::::cringesathethought:::::

PassiveTheory
02-03-2007, 07:52 AM
How avid is the staff at searching through your shit (if at all) to find food you're trying to smuggle in?

E-rock
02-04-2007, 06:31 PM
Stay away from the Indian food! I had the curry shits throughout the day.

smilingdownward
02-04-2007, 07:07 PM
Which begs the question.........Is it all port-a-potties inside the venue?
:::::cringesathethought:::::
if its hot, chances are your not going to using the porta potties much. there were times where i didnt go but once all day.

KrazzyJoe
02-05-2007, 01:44 PM
Mmm..if anyone can finish a 20x20 I'll fucking pay for that shit and give them a cookie.

DEAL!

rhodez
02-05-2007, 02:11 PM
While not really "food"...fresh coconuts are awesome. You can go back after you drink the coconut water and have them open up the husks so you can eat the meat, too. Lots of water in that as well.

coconut meat :D

thaipod
02-05-2007, 02:51 PM
So are dried fruit, trail mix, granola bars, nutrition bars etc allowed in? I hear the world "smuggling" but then other posters are saying you can bring them in. Anyone know for sure.

I pretty much am not going to eat. I have bad anxiety. I will prob eat something small right before I go in and then eat when I leave. I will consume a shitload of water though. And vitamin water.


Not allowed in. Easy as hell to bring in. I don't remember if it's because I was good at smuggling it or if security didn't care about my bag of trail mix.

Boourns
02-05-2007, 03:41 PM
Mmm..if anyone can finish a 20x20 I'll fucking pay for that shit and give them a cookie.

2 and a half pounds of meat and 20 slices of cheese...NO PROBLEM!

Mr.Nipples
02-05-2007, 03:44 PM
Actually the cannabis chocolate was the best!!!

tainted truffles? fucking where!?

blackchango
02-05-2007, 04:06 PM
Agree with the Indian food comment also stay away from that bright fluorescent stuff they call "Chinese food".The greek place is usually pretty dependable (great falafel sandwich) but if you can try to hold out wait untill after the show and stop by one of the many fastfood joints or resteraunts. outside.Coachella food in genaral is pretty crappy and overpriced.

amyzzz
02-05-2007, 04:24 PM
I've been trying to get Indian food for the past several years, but it seems like the booth is always unmanned/closed. I figured maybe it's some sort of tradition--I know Indian food places here and in England shut down in the afternoon between lunch and supper hours.

If the Indian food is any good, I'd be willing to get some and take Immodium with my meal.

Quentin
02-05-2007, 09:42 PM
You're on!

Sory, he kinda called the "if anyone can finish a 20x20"...damn how much would that be??

airguitarvet
02-05-2007, 10:35 PM
the gyro was gross!

Boourns
02-06-2007, 06:31 AM
I want to try a churro at Coachella this year...what are they like? Are they just plain or can you get that yummy thick hot chocolate for dipping? Or filled with chocolate...those are good.

skavenbrew
02-06-2007, 07:50 AM
best food was the pizza... can't remember what the place was called, but they came down from Seattle... get the Garlic slice!

Boourns
02-06-2007, 08:14 AM
Spicy pie?

fatbastard
02-06-2007, 02:42 PM
The best food at the festival are what I'll call the specialty vendors.

Most of the food comes from vendors that you see at carnivals or farmers markets (not a big fan of the big bags of popcorn, 3 pounds of chinese rice and noodles on a plate, or really bad burritos ).

I want to say almost every year there are a couple of specialty vendors that only come one time and are never heard of again.

A couple of years ago they had these hippies (is that a polically correct term?)from up north show up in a converted ice cream truck who made pizzas. The truck was named "Pizza for the People". The pizza was just amazing. Huge, Flintstone size pieces of pizza with real garlic, real basil, and fresh artichokes. I remember eating 1 piece of each of the 4 different types they were selling.

Last year, a group from Oregon came and sold soy burgers with tahini sauce and fresh smoothies. I'm not a vegitarian but I was actually craving them on my way to the event on Sunday. I must have eaten at least 4 of them in 2 days. I remembered that we missed a large portion of Massive Attacks set just for me to stop at this place.

I am hoping that another specialty vendor has been selected this year. Preferably, something with french fries. You can never find a good french fry at Coachella.

scoop49er
02-06-2007, 02:56 PM
how much was the beer? how much was the margaritas? mixed drinks? i plan on spedning most of mine on beer and food. we have 500 spending cash for 3 days. plan on getting a good hearty breakfast cheap soemwhere, then burn off the calories during the day and basically snack for lunch then grab something for dinner. but if you could answer the liquor questions, id appreciate it. im assuming around 7.00 for a large beer...

thaipod
02-06-2007, 03:04 PM
The best food at the festival are what I'll call the specialty vendors.

Last year, a group from Oregon came and sold soy burgers with tahini sauce and fresh smoothies. I'm not a vegitarian but I was actually craving them on my way to the event on Sunday. I must have eaten at least 4 of them in 2 days. I remembered that we missed a large portion of Massive Attacks set just for me to stop at this place.



I had their falafel wrap. That shit was GOOD!

fatbastard
02-06-2007, 03:59 PM
Sorry. I am not a good source for answers on liquor. I become an angry drunk in the heat. This is the primary reason for avoiding liquor at this event.

Boourns
02-06-2007, 04:15 PM
The best food at the festival are what I'll call the specialty vendors.

Most of the food comes from vendors that you see at carnivals or farmers markets (not a big fan of the big bags of popcorn, 3 pounds of chinese rice and noodles on a plate, or really bad burritos ).

I want to say almost every year there are a couple of specialty vendors that only come one time and are never heard of again.

A couple of years ago they had these hippies (is that a polically correct term?)from up north show up in a converted ice cream truck who made pizzas. The truck was named "Pizza for the People". The pizza was just amazing. Huge, Flintstone size pieces of pizza with real garlic, real basil, and fresh artichokes. I remember eating 1 piece of each of the 4 different types they were selling.

Last year, a group from Oregon came and sold soy burgers with tahini sauce and fresh smoothies. I'm not a vegitarian but I was actually craving them on my way to the event on Sunday. I must have eaten at least 4 of them in 2 days. I remembered that we missed a large portion of Massive Attacks set just for me to stop at this place.

I am hoping that another specialty vendor has been selected this year. Preferably, something with french fries. You can never find a good french fry at Coachella.

Last year someone was selling barbecued tri-tip sandwiches and they kicked ass. Had three of them. And there were good french fries at Coachella...some place was selling garlic parmesean fries, and ranch was available for dipping upon request.

Courtney
02-06-2007, 04:26 PM
the gyro was gross!

I agree.


best food was the pizza... can't remember what the place was called, but they came down from Seattle... get the Garlic slice!

I agree. I also liked the veggie slice piled up with all these different yummy fresh vegetables. Although the line is always super long once people realize how good it is.


I had their falafel wrap. That shit was GOOD!

Hell yeah. Mmmmm falafel.

wakeupyounger
02-06-2007, 05:01 PM
Last year there was a booth that was selling Sambazon Acai smoothie mix with bananas and granola. It was literally the best thing I could have ever wanted in the blazing heat. And right before The Go! Team's set we were walking by the booth and they were giving it all away in cases, because it was the end of the weekend and they werent taking it with them. Needless to say we sat there eating bananas and acai smoothie mix for a fair amount of time. It hit the spot.

RI2CA
02-06-2007, 06:43 PM
Hands down, it was the roasted corn on a stick.

PassiveTheory
02-06-2007, 06:49 PM
Agree with the Indian food comment also stay away from that bright fluorescent stuff they call "Chinese food".The greek place is usually pretty dependable (great falafel sandwich) but if you can try to hold out wait untill after the show and stop by one of the many fastfood joints or resteraunts. outside.Coachella food in genaral is pretty crappy and overpriced.

How far away are said fast food joints in relation to the camp grounds?

fatbastard
02-07-2007, 11:29 AM
Where the BBQ sandwiches in the corner? I believe they were right next store (to the left) of the place selling soy burgers. They were also cooking pieces of chicken. I had the chicken but it was dry.

fatbastard
02-07-2007, 11:30 AM
Thanks also for the tip on ther fries. I don't know how I could missed them.

amyzzz
02-07-2007, 11:44 AM
Hands down, it was the roasted corn on a stick.
That and the HUGE baked potatoes or baked yams. They sold all that at the same place.

eric m
02-07-2007, 11:44 AM
Thanks also for the tip on ther fries. I don't know how I could missed them.

I am only reading your posts in this thread for obvious reasons. ;)

matsuolost
02-16-2007, 04:45 PM
i had a chicken brochette/skewer whatever on my way to daft punk last year. magical. eating while passing through all the people expecting depeche.
getting lost halfway the sahara (it was fuckin dark!) and yeah
i will always remember that.
the pre-life changing experience event of my life

jimmycrackcorn
02-25-2007, 05:54 PM
how much was the beer? how much was the margaritas? mixed drinks? i plan on spedning most of mine on beer and food. we have 500 spending cash for 3 days. plan on getting a good hearty breakfast cheap soemwhere, then burn off the calories during the day and basically snack for lunch then grab something for dinner. but if you could answer the liquor questions, id appreciate it. im assuming around 7.00 for a large beer...

LARGE beer haHAha sorry dude they are one size fits all= plastic cup filled filled to the brim euro-style (warm)... your price estimate was on the mark tho... + only beer served in the main festival <never been VIP so i dont know about those mixed drinks the cool people drink behind the fences *flips up my blue collar*

fatbastard
01-18-2008, 10:20 AM
Just ate a double cheeseburger from The Hat. It would be nice if someone sold fresh BBQ hamburgers at Coachella.

chiapet
01-18-2008, 04:52 PM
Why are we needlessly bumping threads from a year ago? Is it that boring here?

I wholeheartedly agree to amyzzz's suggestions of the baked potato and baked yams at the place that sells corn on the cob. That was mostly what I ate last year - they were SO good. Every festival/outdoor event I've gone to since Coachella, I've felt mopey that there were no baked yams, only crappy hamburgers and pizza.

Psicosis
01-18-2008, 04:56 PM
Thumbs up for the baked yams and the frozen lemonade.

fatbastard
01-18-2008, 05:09 PM
Why are we needlessly bumping threads from a year ago? Is it that boring here?

I wholeheartedly agree to amyzzz's suggestions of the baked potato and baked yams at the place that sells corn on the cob. That was mostly what I ate last year - they were SO good. Every festival/outdoor event I've gone to since Coachella, I've felt mopey that there were no baked yams, only crappy hamburgers and pizza.

Just trying to give people an opportunity to discuss various parts of the event. I don't know who "we" is or how many of you there are but this why I have been doing this recently.

Perhaps all of "you" should not waste your time typing in threads your not in favor of, unless you have nothing to do but whine and complain. I am all ears for you baby. Papa is a good listener.

heatherxxll
01-18-2008, 06:12 PM
I got addicted to the chips and guacamole. Ooh and the chimichangas...yeah. Kind of upset about those, since I became a vegetarian this year, but I've heard great things about the vegetarian options Coachella offers :)

chiapet
01-18-2008, 06:13 PM
fatbastard, I was kidding. Get a grip and get a life. You're obviously taking a message board too seriously :)

heatherxxll - the veggie stuff was good. I'm not a vegetarian, but thought the non-meat were the better choices. :)

fatbastard
01-18-2008, 06:39 PM
How the !@#4 was I suppose to know? My apologies. Just a little shell shocked.

Cheers (alot of cheers).

kingdumb
01-18-2008, 11:20 PM
best food!.......

SNOW CONED FOR BREAKFAST!
yesh yesh sooooo good!

chiapet
01-19-2008, 12:57 AM
I must have missed the snow cones. I don't remember fresh lemonade either, now that I'm thinking about it.

coldstart
01-19-2008, 12:59 AM
Cooler box filled with ice + pounds of apples = packets of cold goodness

brando4n82
01-19-2008, 05:27 AM
IHOP!

RageAgainst
01-21-2008, 12:26 PM
The pizza is way bomb, and as for water its not that expensive $2 i just want a system were i can pee and watch a band at the same time

kitten_calamity
01-21-2008, 12:56 PM
The falafel! I tried a few places but kept heading back to the falafel booth. Mmmm..

artifacts
01-21-2008, 01:04 PM
The frozen lemonade was sent from God.
Such a good idea

Although it's cliche festival food, I found the pizza to be exceptionally good for a festival

jaysocal
01-21-2008, 01:23 PM
The falafel! I tried a few places but kept heading back to the falafel booth. Mmmm..

I agree -- the falafel was good. Also, I vote for the Acai Berry parfait with oats thing...that was pretty fantastic!

DSN1138
01-21-2008, 01:23 PM
Best food ever at coachella is ( i think it was called) greenleaf ? it had tempeh and tofu wraps(and burgers) with peanut sauce or tahini. fucking amazing I seriously ate there like 6 times a day. A couple times they just gave it to me for free,they are soo nice !

RockStr4Life
01-21-2008, 01:30 PM
I like eating healthy there to have energy and prevent gnarly shits in the portipotties

nothingisnothing
01-21-2008, 01:32 PM
I remember being so busy going from place to place, that I don't think I even ate the whole day. If I did it was only one meal for the entire day, which is around $7.

I HAD THE BEST FUCKING CORN DOG IN MY ENTIRE LIFE AT COACHELLA