Coachella Withdrawals? Here's How To Eat Like You're Still In The Desert

Coachella Withdrawals? Here's How To Eat Like You're Still In The Desert

Having Coachella withdrawals? Just like the fire 🔥 line up of music acts, the food did not disappoint this year covering both vegan and gluten free options. The festival may be over but here’s where to eat so you can eat and reminisce like you’re still at Coachella having the time of your life!

Line Up

Ms. Chi Cafe - Just like the Ariana Grande's throwback stage with NSYNC, Ms. Chi Cafe mixes modern with old school through modern renditions of traditional, authentic northern-style chinese cuisine from scallion pancakes to dumplings, and everything in between. Don't forget your chili oil.

Location: 3829 Main Street, Culver City, CA 90232.

PB & J - When your childhood palate makes a sudden comeback, and you start craving a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, pulling out the Skippy just won't cut it. PB&J is reimagining a classic with 100% plant-based ingredients and making twists from savory Indian flavors with curry cashew butter to elevated espresso nut butters with dark chocolate raspberry jam all on gluten-free bread.

Location: 317 S Broadway C-11 Los Angeles, CA 90013

Vegatinos - 2 words: Jackfruit carnitas! 

Location: 10437 Burbank Blvd. North Hollywood 

Hanjip - Who knew korean-bbq spot, Hanjip would be sliging plant-based vegan rice bowls at Coachella. We're definitely here for kimchi and more pickled vegetables.

Location: 3829 Main Street, Culver City, CA 90232

Ramen Hood - Although ramen didn't seem like the most fitting festival bite, when the sun came down and the desert wasn't blistering hot, a warm simmering bowl of mushroom-based umami flavor bomb broth is all you really needed. Anderson Paak approved!

Location: Downtown LA's historic Grand Central Market

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