Coolhaus ice cream and fries

Festival Food


If one of your friends starts acting dramatic this weekend, tell them to ducking chill and get a Coolhaus sammie or pint. The soft and velvety ice cream, in flavors like Sundae Funday and Campfire Símores, is the perfect treat for an attitude adjustment.

The Hungry Royal Scotch egg

The Hungry Royal

Arts District restaurant Cornish Pasty Co. has made the Scotch egg an appetizer favorite for locals, but the Hungry Royal will be on the ground serving the delicious pork-egg geode to festival attendees in need of a snack. We’re hoping Cornish Pasty will be serving them, too.

Maker’s Coffee

Makers & Finders

Long nights of partying means coffee on-site is a must. Local coffee shop Makers & Finders will be pulling shots of espresso and pouring hot and cold brews all weekend long.

Fukuburger Tomago burger


Fukuburger’s Japanese-inspired American burgers hit all the right notes: soft buns, juicy patties and savory condiments. The Tomago burger is made with a runny fried egg, furikake seasoning, crispy onion strings and teriyaki and wasabi mayo. Just make sure to ask for napkins.

Mad Dumpling’s longanisa sausage dumpling

Mad Dumplings

After hours of standing on your feet, it’s only a matter of time before you start craving carbs and fat. This longanisa sausage dumpling topped with pork belly and fresh jalapeno from Mad Dumplings should do the trick.



For those who are a lil’ hungry, the Lil’ BRGS from STK are just right. The wagyu steak means the sliders are better than your ordinary mini-burger. With the special sauce and sesame seed bun, they’re almost too fancy to eat with your hands.

Liam’s Uni-Corn

Liam’s Lemonade and Roasted Corn

Liam’s Lemonade and Roasted Corn will be serving up a colorful take on the popular Mexican street eat elotes, made with butter, mayo and Parmesan. Liam’s dyes the cheese, turning the cob into a beautiful, buttery rainbow called the Uni-Corn.