On the Menu at the Great Googa Mooga: the Spotted Pig, Frankie’s, M. Wells, Roberta’s, and More

Epic for foodies.
Epic for foodies.

Holy meatballs, food lovers, we just saw the preliminary food vendor list for the Great Googa Mooga, that music-food fest from Bonnaroo’s creator, and pretty much any toque worth their artisanal sea salt is on it. That includes April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman, Eddie Huang, Marcus Samuelsson, Tom Colicchio, Daniel Boulud, Christina Tosi, the Franx — you get the picture. Russ & Daughters, Big Gay Ice Cream Shop, Do or Dine … Sorry, we can’t stop! Point is, this thing’s going to be epic, and we didn’t even mention all the wine and beer vendors that are slated to show up as well (Terroir’s Paul Grieco and Brooklyn Brewery’s Garrett Oliver are among them). The festival is free, but you’ll need to register to gain admission — it starts next Thursday, March 15, at noon; head to to claim your spot. We should note for full disclosure that New York Magazine is a sponsor. See the vendor lineup below.

Big Gay Ice Cream Shop
Blue Ribbon
Brindle Room
Char No. 4
Cookin’ With Coolio
Colicchio & Sons
DBGB Kitchen & Bar
Dirty Bird
Do or Dine
Frankies 457 Spuntino
Hill Country Barbecue Market
Joseph Leonard
The Lobster Place
Luke’s Lobster

M. Wells
The Meat Hook
Mile End
Minetta Tavern
Momofuku Milk Bar
Red Rooster
Russ & Daughters
Simply Chicken by Jean-Georges
The Spotted Pig
Sullivan Street Bakery
Third Rail Coffee Shop
Tía Pol
Vinegar Hill House

Beer List:
Selected by Garrett Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery

Wine List:
Selected by Peter Eastlake, Superfly’s Director of Wine Programming,
and Paul Grieco of Terrior, Terrior TriBeCa, Hearth and The Summer of Riesling Tour
(lists to be announced in the coming weeks)

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On the Menu at the Great Googa Mooga: the Spotted Pig, Frankie’s, M.