Governor’s Ball Food and Beverages

Governor’s Ball Food and Beverages

The Governor’s Ball food and beverages are some of the most renowned as far as music festivals go. There’s something for everyone here, regardless of your dietary needs. The Governor’s Ball 2013 will feature,

Rickshaw Dumpling Bar – Classic dumplings using ingredients like pork, chives and Peking Duck. All dumplings come paired with specific dipping sauces.

Mile End – Jewish delicatessen  serving many Jewish comfort foods including hand-slcied smoked meat, chicken soup and more.

Cool Haus Ice Cream Sandwiches – Ice cream sandwiches utilizing organic and natural ingredients wherever possible. Try the Candied Bacon ice cream!

Porchetta – Specializing in roasted pork with crispy skin, highly seasoned with aromatic herbs and spcies, garlic, sage, rosemary and wild fennel pollen.

Luke’s – Billed as ‘NYC’s freshest’, savory and affordable lobster rolls that coveted the honor of Zagats #1 food truck in 2011.

Arancini Bros. – Arancini, or ‘little oranges’, are named for rice balls emerging from the deep fryer. Traditional Sicilian street food dating back to the 10th century.

Num Pang Sandwich Shop – Using high-quality ingredients to create inventive, artful culinary Cambodian-influenced staples.

Little Muenster – The ultimate gourmet comfort food, providing deluxe grilled cheese, soup, salad  and beer options. Leave your diet at home.

Asia Dog – Hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings, incorporating flavors within China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan and more.

Brohaus – Originally opened in NY’s Lower East Side, Brohaus’ menu consists of a minimalist menu ‘fresh off the boat’ that focuses on quality sea fare.

Brooklyn Soda Works – Carbonated fresh fruit juice, all hand made using local and seasonal fruit whenever possible.

Bareburger – Organic, free-range, grass-fed meats; organic and all-natural cheeses; organic vegetables paired for a sensational burger.

Karilla BBQ – The ‘fiercest eats on the street’, Korean grillmasters serving up complex combinations of classic Korean recipes in contemporary forms.

Ports Coffee – Serving delicious and flavorful Stumptown brand coffee and a variety of different teas. The perfect caffeine stop to power your festival experience.

Brindle Room – Situated originally within the East Village, serving some seriously tasty comfort foods since 2010. Juicy burgers, duck poutine, vegetable tagines, smoked chicken wings and much more.

Pizza Moto – From the official site, “Delicious Pizza. Nuff said.”

Mexicue – The sweet love child of red-hot Mexican cuisine and down-home BBQ goodness.

Pie for the People – Serving up truly authentic slices of NY style pizza, old-school fundamentals.

Woolys – Winner of the 2011 ‘Best Dessert’ Vendy Award, Wooly’s snow ice is the healthy alternative to dessert.

La Sonrisa Empanadas – Passionate food artisans, using the best ingredients to create home style empanadas.

Imperial Woodpecker Sno-Balls – Your premiere destination for shaved ice.

Mimi & CoCo – Teriyaki balls, the latest craze sweeping NYC.