ACL Eats Vendor List 2017

Chi'Lantro (photo by John Anderson)

Amy's Ice Creams

This local crew has been folding up handcrafted ice creams and vegan fruit ices for 33 years.

Austin Gourmet Popcorn

Tasty treats from a local gourmet popcorn, candy, and soda store are perfect for a show.

Austin's Pizza

You can't go wrong with some simple pepperoni or cheese slices from a hometown favorite.

Bananarchy Revolutionary Desserts

Frozen bananas dipped in chocolate are practically a health food.

Burro Cheese Kitchen

Using artisan bread, small-batch cheeses, and creative sauces and jams, these sammies take a childhood staple to the next level.


Where Korean cuisine meets BBQ; try the house-made kimchi fries.

East Side King

This Japanese street food is worth the wait.


These local frozen pops are so good they'll balance out the junk food.

High Brew Coffee

Cold-brewed coffee in a can?! Mexican vanilla FTW.


Let these fresh juices and smoothies refresh your dancing legs.


Mediterranean plus South Asian flavors equals can't-miss dishes like chicken shawarma and falafel wraps.

Lamba's Indian Kitchen

Traditional North Indian cuisine with curry for days.

Lonesome Dove Western Bistro

Maybe it's rattlesnake-rabbit sausage, maybe it's truffle mac & cheese, but whatever chef Tim Love's team serves will hit the spot.

Maine Root Beverages

Take a break from the booze with these Fair Trade-certified, organically sweetened sodas.

Micklethwait Craft Meats

This East Austin food trailer does barbecue right, and their vinegar-based slaw adds the perfect complement.

Mighty Cone

If you're a newbie to ACL, stop what you're doing and try the Crunchy Avocado Cone – it's designed specifically for this festival.


Empanadas are fest favorites: self-contained pockets of deliciousness, with options for veggies and carnivores.

P. Terry's Burger Stand

Hometown burgers – see the Food Fight!

Peli Peli

Get a sneak peek of the award-winning chain's South African dishes like beef tongue and chicken schnitzel, before they open in the Second Street District.

Shade Tree Organic Lemonade

Cool off with USDA-certified organic, low-calorie lemonades in original, strawberry, and blueberry flavors.

Shake Shack

Diner-style burgers – see the Food Fight!

Skull & Cakebones

Vegan, handcrafted, sweet and savory treats are ideal for any sweet tooth.


Cool off with sno-cones from an Austin original.

Southside Flying Pizza

Huge slices of scratch-made local pies are great for a midday shade break.

Tamale Addiction

Traditional tamales using gluten-free ingredients, no lard or trans fat oils. Stuff one in your mouth and one in your pocket.

The Peached Tortilla

Delicious modern Asian cuisine with a Southern flair comes in the form of bánh mì and fancy fries.

The Salt Lick

This Austin staple has served up tasty meats for 50 years and counting.

Tiff's Treats

They've been delivering warm cookies for years, so it's high time we come to them. Snickerdoodle forever.

Tinos Greek Cafe

Greek food with options for everyone – yay, tzatziki!

Torchy's Tacos

Republican, Democrat, Independent – no matter your affiliation, these generous tacos are always tasty and even just one will satisfy.


You can't go wrong with tacos.

Way South Philly

Wolf down a cheesesteak on a legit Philly roll to re-up your energy for the night game.

Wholly Cow Burgers

Local grass-fed burgers – see the Food Fight!

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