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Check Out FYF Fest's Complete Food Line-Up

Mmmmm, bagel sandwiches (Photo via Yeastie Boys/Instagram)
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FYF Fest is returning for it's 14th year next weekend with some heavy-hitting acts (Frank Ocean, Nine Inch Nails, Bjork, Missy Elliott). But the three-day fest at Exposition Park will also include some big names off the stage, too. As our friends over at Eater released today, the FYF food line-up is looking to be pretty delicious:

  • Kogi — Roy Choi's seminal food truck continues to be a festival crowd pleaser with its Korean-fusion tacos.
  • Locol
  • Meatzilla — the downtown "Meatzza" (pizza on a burger) slinger will be sure to satisfy your heartiness culinary needs.
  • Hanjip
  • The Yeastie Boys — Who doesn't love a good pun along with some of the best bagels in the city?
  • Pizzanista!
  • The Halal Guys — After a long weekend of partying, settle down with some chicken and red sauce.
  • My 2 Cents
  • Dune — The Atwater shop recently expanded its Middle Eastern fare to a second location in downtown L.A.
  • Phorage
  • Ramen Hood — The vegan ramen slinger will be filling the stomachs of the meat-averse.
  • Sage
  • Sunny Blue — Be sure to check out Sunny Blue's omusubi (stuffed Japanese rice balls).
  • Sumo Dog
  • Tikifish — Tikifish was serving up their seafood dishes at last month's Arroyo Seco music festival.
  • Delmy’s Pupusas
  • Little Damage — Downtown's goth ice cream titan will be cooling you off from the weekend's sun.
  • Van Leeuwen
  • Fat Dragon — The Dragon's modern Chinese take-out may pair well with Little Dragon's modern Swedish electro-pop.

FYF Fest runs July 21, 22, and 23. Single-Day passes for Saturday (7/22) are sold out, however, you can purchase remaining single- and multi-day passes here. And check out the weekend's full music line-up below.

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