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As the annual countdown begins for this year’s Coachella music festival, foodies are turning their attention to the amazing dining options that will be available for those purchasing VIP tickets. Check out what you can expect at this year’s festival.
For those going the luxury route and buying VIP tickets to this year’s Coachella festival, you’re in luck when it comes to dining options. In addition to the usual emphasis on local, fresh ingredients, Eater reports that Kogi will return to the VIP area, along with Border Grill, Green Truck, Coolhaus and The Lime Truck. Chef Eddie Huang will offer his restaurant Baohaus delights for desert. Nibbles from the Hudson, the Churchill and Clover Juice will also be available. According to the Coachella website, there will also be the Rose Garden VIP; the fastest growing area at the festival. Located next to the Sahara Tent, this area offers the largest selection of any full bar in the venue in a beautiful rose garden setting. Inside there is a Mixology Bar with speciality craft cocktails and a Bubbly Bar, serving champagne.
The Food Network’s Jose Garces’ new restaurant El Jefe at the Saugaro Hotel and the King’s Highway at the Ace may also be an tempting option for foodies staying in the Palm Springs area, according to LAist.
There will also be two on-site restaurants, an espresso bar from Drip Mobile Espresso, and fresh pressed juice from the Juicebox Food Truck.
For a full breakdown of food and beverage options at Coachella, click here.