“The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which starts this weekend, attracts visitors from across the world, drawn to the magnetic energy of the crowds.

Dancing under the dazzling lights, with sky-high art installations and echoing music reverberating through the air, you can really work up quite the appetite. Attendees of the 2023 season can expect Michelin-star French eats, Sichuan street noodles, fried chicken and even oysters from the food trucks and stands in the polo fields. But why limit your culinary adventures to the festival grounds?

Outside there’s a world of new and noteworthy restaurants just as enticing as any of the food trucks at Coachella. Maybe you’re craving a hearty bowl of paella. Or perhaps you’re on a mission to find the best vegan eats the desert has to offer. Or maybe a bagel and lox from a classic Jewish deli when nursing a hangover. The food scene in the Coachella Valley is booming, and it’s a great time to explore it. Enjoy…”

Sol y Sombra Dining Area

[Read the full article at laist.com]