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The 2016 Coachella food lineup is here, and it's pretty damn tasty

Cassell's Hamburgers
Photograph: Victor Leung Cassell's Hamburgers

Coachella starts in less than two weeks, and if you're going, you likely have most of your plans in order already (unless you're still looking for lodging, in which case we've got you covered). The one wild card? What exactly you're going to be eating in-between sets. 

Coachella just announced its food lineup, and it's an interesting mix of returning vendors and exciting newcomers. The Church Key is coming back—good news since we used their Otter Pops last year to keep us thoroughly buzzed throughout the day—as is Sage Vegan, a necessary meat-free option for festival goers. A welcoming surprise is the arrival of Sotto, an Italian staple that we're hoping is able to serve some killer meatball subs in the desert, as well as vegan ramen spot Ramen Hood—though who's to say if we'll be craving ramen in that heat. Check out the full list below.

Vendors

Free Range
Three Jerks
Top Round
Sotto
Sumo Dog
Beer Belly
Commissary
Rosaline (Ricardo Zarate's new restaurant)
Donut Farm
Button Mash by Starry Kitchen
Nighthawk
Unit 120 - Weekend 1: LASA, Shao Kao BBQ, Nighthawk; Weekend 2: Chef Vartan Bgaryan, Twisted Filipino, new concept debut by Jeremy Fall
Pok Pok
Ramen Hood
McConnell's Fine Ice Creams
Mallow Mallow
Sage Vegan
Afters Ice Cream
Hanjip
Phorage
Blue Bottle Coffee 
Superba Food + Bread
Eureka! Tasting Kitchen
GD Bro Burger
Smitten Ice Cream
Rossoblu
Backyard Bowls
Badmaash
BCN
Burgerlords
Cassell's Hamburgers
Clover Juice
Free Range
Fritzi Dog
Guerrilla Tacos
Hinterland
KazuNori
Menotti's Coffee Stop
Mexicali
Sweetfin Poke
The Church Key

Drinks

Seven Grand
Caña Rum Bar
Golden Gopher
Las Perlas

Some vendors are available with both VIP and GA wristbands, while others are only available in one area of the festival. There's also the option to dine at Outstanding in the Field, which boasts its own stellar lineup of chefs. Check out Coachella's website to see where your favorites will be available. 

What are you most excited to eat at Coachella? Let us know in the comments below!

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