Not only are we treating you to some of the best acts from the UK and abroad to listen to, we’ve also got the food to match! Check out the different cuisines you can have, including veggie, vegan and gluten-free options in the masses.
Using authentic New York pizza recipes, the two festival veterans behind this stall know exactly what you need throughout a heavy day of sunshine and great music: foot-long pizza! Priding themselves on their fast service that cuts no corners on quality, get ready for an experience for all the senses. Better still, they provide for every dietary requirement including vegan, vegetarian or gluten-free.
Serve high quality wood fired pizzas from a converted classic 1972 American Dodge van – more commonly known as a Scooby van. With pizzas cooked within 60-90 seconds, there’s no reason to turn this down!
This wood-fired pizzaria serves the best Neapolitan flat dishes. Watch the masterpiece take place before your very eyes as they prepare their wide range of toppings right then and there.
BURGERS, DOGS AND STEAKS:
Bondi BBQ Street Grill
Get your Aussie-style burgers, steaks, kebabs and chunky chips as well as great-looking veggie options to suit everyone.
Piggie Smalls Hotdog Co
Piggie Smalls Hotdog Co. serve tasty traditionally-made hotdogs. These are not the foot long ones you see at lesser music festivals – proven by the amount of return customers they receive. They also serve dirty fries, shakes, and real coffee.
Choose from a selection of bratwurst, spicy krakauer or cheesy krakauer served in a fresh baguette topped with Sauerkraut and a choice of sauces.
Crooked Kitchen are the people behind The Crooked Macaroni and Cheese, The Crooked Chargrill and The Crooked Katsu – all of which will be at Neighbourhood Weekender. They add unique and delicious twists to popular classics: Japanese curries, mac & cheese and burgers.
Chips and Dips
At the end of the day, nothing beats the classic chip and dip combo. Choose between chunk chips and twisted fries to begin your dream combination of toppings, from chip shop classics like curry sauce to the more weird and wonderful.
Fancy something a bit more filling? Treat yourself to an affordable steak on the go from Steak Out. Carefully placed within a sandwich with other wonderful toppings, this will be a culinary first to enhance your festival experience.
Expect no bones in any of the Chicken Shack’s tasty sandwiches. The trader adds a funky twist to the average chicken sandwich and fries, offering flavorsome variations including The Big Cheese and Hefty Meat, with homemade slaw and sauces on the side.
King of the Yorky
Anyone who’s been to the Manchester Christmas Markets in recent years – or has an Instagram account – will know just how popular giant filled Yorskhire puddings are becoming. The King of the Yorky is a giant roast Sunday dinner in a Yorkshire pudding wrap and what’s not to love about that?
Nobody can turn down a chippy, especially not one of this quality! Based in North Yorkshire’s favourite seaside town but well known for its festival appearances, get the best of Whitby’s fresh sea food right here in Warrington.
This gluten-free shack has six options (two of which are vegan), including curries, nachos and chili con carne. Some of you may already know it from the Manchester Christmas Markets where it won ‘best bar’ four years in a row!
Get your hands on the very best Mexican street cuisine from Mexico Joe’s. From fajitas to chili dogs, they’ve got you covered.
This vender provides the best of deliciously prepared authentic Tibetan dishes including stews and momo.
Find authentic Pakistani and Indian cuisine at Zouk Indian Street Food. Combining street food from the markets of Lahore with traditional dishes from the Indian sub-continent, Zouk is a true melting pot of the very best in modern and traditional cookery.
Mediterranean, Greek and African:
Castaway Kitchen add some more fun to your festival experience by offering fresh Mediterranean influenced food as well as big tunes and good times. The environmentally conscious group work from a stall made of recycled and up cycled materials and also recycle their vegetable oil for use as biodiesel.
This family are providing authentic African and Nigerian cuisine to the discerning festival foodie. They make restaurant quality food at reduced cost, with a focus on making food acceptable to all, meaning the majority of dishes are dairy, gluten and wheat-free and are also vegan and vegetarian suitable.
These alcohol-soaked olives take a twist on the bitter Greek fruit. Nothing in the world is made like, or tastes like these olives. Bringing the finest olives and carefully selected alcohol together, they have made a truly amazing and unique experience. Subtle, yet delicious the olives are infused with gin, vodka, rum and whiskey.
VEGAN AND VEGETARIAN:
Vegans, fear not about having to traipse around the food stalls looking for something catering specifically for you. We bring you Vausages, the vegan hot dog stand that serves four flavours all made right in front of you. They also serve a selection of gluten free desserts too!
Other great vegan options can be found at the Vegan House, which provides great alternatives to mac & cheese and fried chicken amongst other dishes.
Feel the sweet tooth coming out? The Horse Trailer is homed in a lovingly restored RICE Europa trailer and offer delicious ethically sourced coffee, award-winning sustainably sourced gin, milkshakes and homemade cake!
Get your thick, tasty Spanish donuts from the one and only Senor Churro! Served with chocolate dip, sugar or cinnamon toppings.
Get everything sweet thing you’d need from TeaCup. Cakes, donuts, milkshakes, hot drinks and water are all available from this one red stall – and we can confirm they definitely don’t substitute quality for quantity!
Also making an appearance: Juan Surfo Steak Shack, JAI Events, Tampopop and Wish Upon A Sparkle.