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Here's everything you'll be eating at FYF 2016

Here's everything you'll be eating at FYF 2016
Photograph: Courtesy Mainland Poke / FYF

If you’re going to be dancing and rocking out for two straight days, obviously, you’re going to get a little hungry. At this month’s music festival, the organizers of FYF will once again be offering a line-up of some great indie and local food vendors that should compliment the music. With a variety of offerings including plenty of vegan options sure to please hip rocker types and an appearance by at least one of LA's best food trucks, there should be something to make every festival-goer say yum. 

Here’s what you’ll be eating at FYF 2016.

Beer Belly: Expect a variety of indulgent signature toppings on French fries from this Koreatown gastropub.

Donut Friend: The most rock n’ roll of donut shops will be offering sweet treats inspired by the musician owner’s favorite bands.   

Easy’s Burgers: This new burger concept by chef Alvin Cailan of Unit 120 (the rotating pop-up space commissioned by Jeremy Fall of Nighthawk) is an ode to old school cheeseburgers and milkshakes.

Fritzi Dog: Fritzi will be stuffing fresh-baked buns with high-quality, antibiotic-free dogs, perfect for carrying around and eating while you watch music.

Genghis Cohen: If you’re looking for Chinese-via-New York fare, head to Genghis Cohen’s stand, where you might find egg rolls or crackerjack shrimp.

Good Greek Grill: If you’re rushing off to catch Explosions in the Sky and need a whole meal—including the fries—all wrapped up in a pita, Good Greek Grill will be serving up what you need.

Ike’s Place: This vegan-friendly sandwich chain will have classic, hearty grub to fuel your festival.

Mainland Poke Shop: For something a little fresher that won’t weigh you down before a Todd Terje disco dance party, check out Mainland Poke Shop’s offerings.

Ramen Hood: We’re not totally sure that ramen is the most intuitive summer music festival food, but we’re sure this savory spot will be a hit with umami-seeking vegans (it did make a rich, broth-y splash at Coachella).

Salt & Straw: Grab a cone of ice cream from the innovative and always-popular Salt & Straw. No word yet on what flavors they’ll be scooping up at FYF, but you can expect them to be seasonal and delicious.

Sunny Blue: Omusubi shop Sunny Blue will be handing out Japan’s perfect, portable meal in multiple varieties.

Yeastie Boys: If these hip-hop loving bagel vendors can pull themselves away from Rae Sremmurd long enough to staff their booth, you’ll find all-day bagel sandwiches to keep you going from early-afternoon to late-night.