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Photos: Cocktails Named For L.A.'s Streets, A Yeastie Boys Collaboration, And More Food And Drink From FYF

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Not only is FYF one of the best music festivals in the area, it also features some of the best food options in all of Los Angeles. This year's festival featured every flavor of local cuisine. From Delmy's Pupusas to a collaboration between Yeastie Boys bagels and Trudy's Underground BBQ to classic bacon-wrapped hot dogs, FYF delivered the goods. No better way to experience music in L.A. than with a meal from some of our city's most reliable restaurants.

The festival also upped their drink game this year. The usual craft beer station made a return, but this time they added a craft cocktail station with specially-conceived cocktails named after the streets of Los Angeles. The Abbot Kinney cocktail is black because it includes activated charcoal, but it tastes like a Moscow Mule. The Fountain Avenue cocktail looks lilac but tastes like a whiskey sour, featuring chickpea water instead of egg whites to make it vegan. There was also a wine station featuring a rotation of wines from around the world. The Club stage featured a bar of its own, providing golf carts for attendees to sit on while enjoying their drinks.

Check out the photos of all the food options at this year's festival.

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