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    Red face FOOD in our Around Coachella

    So this is my 1st year going to Coachella for more then one night and I wanted some insight on local restaurants in the area that are open late other then JACK or Micky D's.

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    In & Out Burger
    82043 Hwy. 111
    Indio, California 92201

    Sunday through Thursday 10:30 a.m.-1:00 a.m.
    Friday and Saturday 10:30 a.m.-1:30 a.m.

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    is the food expensive on site?

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    alls i knows is, if you want to eat at denny's on hwy 111 before the show, get there early or call in an order, pick it up and eat it in the entrance line

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    Quote Originally Posted by amdux View Post
    alls i knows is, if you want to eat at denny's on hwy 111 before the show, get there early or call in an order, pick it up and eat it in the entrance line
    how far is this Dennys from the grounds?

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    the smoked salmon is very good. they also offer a very nice brie and gouda plate, from what i understand.

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    i would also recommend in n out burger. for real.

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    4x4 with a root beer float, yes.

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    If you're even thinking about getting a burger, go to In N Out. Best fast food burger on the planet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psychic friend View Post
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    Del Taco is open 24 hours, but when we went to the one in Palm Springs after Daft Punk, it took a half hour to get our food in the drive-thru.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychic friend View Post
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    Mmmmmmmmm...Del Taco. Where is there one new the polo fields?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sally Cinnamon View Post
    is the food expensive on site?
    Expect to spend $5-10 per meal.
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    I ate at a local diner with a friend each morning. I forgot what it was called. It was on one of the main streets. I know I'm not giving much info to go on, but does anyone know what I'm talking about?

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    IN N OUT is a must! If you ever eat breakfast inside the campgrounds then you have to try the breakfast burrito. I think it was like 5 bucks but it was huge, and amazingly good and I didn't get sick from it laterrrrr.
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    Food in our WHAT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally Cinnamon View Post
    is the food expensive on site?
    Last yr I paid $20 dollars for some chow mein, rice, and 2 chicken skewers and the woman didnt let me have a plastic fork!
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    Del Taco is on Hwy 111 and Washington. But, the line takes FOREVER during Coachella. My recommendation is to just plan ahead if you can, and have food back wherever you are staying. Saves A LOT of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by condenser View Post
    I ate at a local diner with a friend each morning. I forgot what it was called. It was on one of the main streets. I know I'm not giving much info to go on, but does anyone know what I'm talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by amyzzz View Post
    Del Taco is open 24 hours, but when we went to the one in Palm Springs after Daft Punk, it took a half hour to get our food in the drive-thru.
    the exact same thing happened to us on the same night at the same del taco.

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    Go for the falafel wrap...always a good call.

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    date shake

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    There is only one place in Indio that even makes them anymore and they pale in comparison to the date shakes of childhood roadtrips. Gone forever.
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    Sherman's Deli and Bakery
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    There is a Jack in the Box close by that I usually hit up. On site I live off I <3 Spicy Pie. The Spicy Pie pizza is awesome! Big slices of Pepperoni with jalapeņos and crushed red pepper. Damn, I'm really hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk8r408 View Post
    There is a Jack in the Box close by that I usually hit up. On site I live off I <3 Spicy Pie. The Spicy Pie pizza is awesome! Big slices of Pepperoni with jalapeņos and crushed red pepper. Damn, I'm really hungry.
    Try making yourself out to be a homeless person the following morning (seeing as you should do it still sweaty and all from the previous day's festivities) and you'd be surprised at how many people would be willing to offer you some free tacos.

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    I'm from Texas and was excited to try Del Taco when I went to Cali for the first time a couple years ago during Coachella 08. It tasted like an indian baby shit in tortilla. How do you eat that?

    In-N-Out on the other hand more than met my expectations.
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    I usually go to this place called Maxcy's Grill on highway 111 for breakfast every morning. Their chili cheese omelette kicks major butthole ! It's kinds out of the way which means shorter wait. It's in a shopping center next to a super wal mart and marshals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dekr510 View Post
    how far is this Dennys from the grounds?
    yahoo maps, google maps, etc, are your friends
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