Jazz Fest 2017: A Vegetarian’s Guide to Food Options

Jazz Fest VegetarianAt Jazz Fest, there’s always so much to eat, but things get a little more complicated for hungry vegetarians.

With dozens of food vendors offering delicious options for festival-goers, narrowing down the vegetarian options becomes a hard task. Well, here’s a guide to help you out. We’ve mapped out the vegetarian options by festival location according the the official Jazz Fest food list.

Food Area I

Joyce’s Lemonade
Fruit Salad

Cajun Nights Catering
Fried Green Tomatoes

DiMartino’s Famous Muffulettas
Vegetarian Muffuletta

Ten Talents Catering
Spinach Artichoke Casserole
Sweet Potato Pone

Stuf Hapn Event Catering
Potato Salad

Burks & Douglas
Vegetarian Red Beans & Rice

Vucinovich’s Restaruant
Stuffed Artichoke

Ms. Linda’s Catering
Vegetarian Ya Ka Mein

Food Area II

Mrs. Wheat’s Foods
Broccoli & Cheese Pie

Mona’s Cafe
Falafel Sandwich
Hummus w/Pita
Tabouli w/Pita
Green Garden Salad

Ajun Cajun
Seaweed & Cucumber Salad

Jamila’s Cafe
Tunisan Salad

The Praline Connection
Crowder Peas & Okra
Collard Greens
Fried Okra

Congo Square

Palmer’s Jamaican Cuisine
Steamed Vegetables

Gambain Foods
Spicy Grilled Tofu and Veggies w/Peanut Sauce
Couscous w/Yogurt Sauce

Bennachin Restaurant
Jama-Jama (Sauteed Spinach)
Fried Plaintains

Heritage Square

Down Home Creole Cookin’
Cole Slaw

Around the Grounds

Jumbo Peanut Company
Fresh Roasted Jumbo Peanuts
Glazed Pecans

Louisiana Folklife Village

United Houma Nation
Fry Bread

Kids Food

Joyce’s Lemonade
Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Fruit Salad

Fireman Mike’s Kitchen
Fresh Corn on the Cob

Ms. Linda’s Catering
Baked Macaroni & Cheese

Cultural Exchange Pavillion

Congreso Cubano
Frijoles Negros (Black Beans & Rice)
Tostones (Fried Green Plantains)
Paleta de Cafe con Leche (Coffee Ice Pop)

See the full list of food at the official New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival website.

See also:

Jazz Fest Survival Guide