Going to Mysteryland USA next weekend? Here’s what you’ll be able to munch and sip on. Brooklyn’s open-air food bazaar, Smorgasbord, will be in attendance at the festival and will offer a huge variety of food and drink. Smorgasbord has been deemed “The Woodstock of Eating” by the New York Times so its presence at these historic festival grounds is appropriate. The bazaar holds over 100 vendors and attracts over 10,000 people each market day. From vegan ice cream to maple bacon sticks, you can be sure to find something that will hit the spot after a big day of dancing. Smorgasbord’s New York local and craft beer tent will also be available at this over 21 fest.

Some of Smorgasbord’s vendors will include:

Alchemy Creamery — Unique ice cream flavor combinations fused with hazelnut, almond, & coconut milk blends. All creations are dairy-free, gluten-free, as well as certified kosher & vegan.

Chickpea & Olive — Savory sandwiches and snacks that are completely vegan and made from all organic ingredients.

Jack’s Chedbred — Not your traditional cornbread by any stretch of imagination. Decadent, moist, & cheesy cornbreads from a master of the American classic. Also experience the Ched Dog, a bold take on the classic corn dog, prepared with house-made sausages and mouthwatering spreads, glazes and mayos.

Landhaus — Home of the famous maple bacon stick, also be sure to check delicious burgers made from all natural ingredients and grass fed beef. Grab a fresh mint lemonade to wash it all down.

Other than Smorgasbord, you can find options including Bakehouse, Hungry Hungry Hippies, Strawberry Fields, Vegetarian Oasis and more. Rekorderlig, a Swedish cider company will be present and will offer a Bar in the Woods as well as a hot air balloon tasting experience. If you’re looking to chill out and enjoy a nice, home-cooked meal, you can stop by Jack and Ashley’s 1978 Dodge camper for the Communal Dinner experience which will combine vegan food, yoga, and thought-provoking conversation with strangers. Every festie can be a foodie this weekend with Mysteryland’s broad array of options.

Written by: Danie Fishman