Eat and Drink Governors Ball food lineup By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org Updated May 22, 2017 12:15 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You're heading to Governors Ball for the food, right? Even if your primary objective is to hear as many bands as you can (headliners include Chance the Rapper, Phoenix and Tool), you'll need to eat, and the food lineup promises to help you do that well. There are 53 vendors slinging eats this year and while we've chosen a few fan favorites below, you can view the entire lineup at govball.com. The music festival runs June 2 to 4 on Randall's Island. Here are some highlights: Dō Photo Credit: Christa Lopez If you haven't made it to Greenwich Village or Citi Field to try this trendy shop's cookie dough creations, Governors Ball might just be your chance. Among the vendor's most popular flavors are original and cake batter. Prices vary, but one scoop is typically $4 to $6. Luke's Lobster Photo Credit: Ashley Sears Grab your summer go-to at Luke's Lobster; the East Village seafood eatery is packing up its lobster rolls and bringing them to Randall's Island. The classic lobster roll goes for $17. Mighty Quinn's Photo Credit: Bloomberg News The popular barbecue joint, with locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, boasts some of the city's best smoked meats. The classic pulled pork sandwich starts at $8.80. Wafels & Dinges Photo Credit: Wafels & Dinges The yellow Wafels & Dinges food truck brings two of your favorite meals together on one plate: breakfast and dessert. Order your Belgian waffle drenched in chocolate or peanut butter and topped with whipped cream. Waffles start at $7.58. Arancini Bros. Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales Specializing in flavored risotto balls, Arancini Bros. will open your taste buds to the concept of savory and sweet rice-filled creations. The vendor has vegan, vegetarian and seafood options aside from the traditional meat-filled poppers. Dessert options include Nutella, strawberry and chocolate peanut butter. Available in variety packs of six; prices vary. The Nugget Spot Photo Credit: The Nugget Spot These aren't your kid's meal nuggets. The Nugget Spot serves gourmet chicken nuggets -- yes, that's a thing -- with a variety of sauces (O.G. Ranch, Shady Gravy), sandwiches and nachos topped with tortilla-crusted nuggets, pictured. Nuggets start at $6.50. Dough Photo Credit: Dough via Facebook Not to be confused with Dō, this Brooklyn bakery is known for its unique cake doughnut creations, like dulce de leche and chocolate nibs. Doughnuts are $2.75 each. Melt Shop Photo Credit: Aaron Zebrook Go classic comfort (American and cheddar on white with a side of tomato soup) or get crafty (pepper jack, muenster, goat cheese and tomatoes on sourdough) at Melt Shop. Sandwich prices range from $5 to $10. Dan & John's Wings Photo Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy Don't be afraid to get a little messy in the name of lunch. A new Citi Field vendor last season, Dan & John's Wings serves up hand-tossed chicken coated in a variety of mild to super spicy sauces. A 5-piece will cost you $7.35. Wowfulls Photo Credit: Dana Reszutek After opening its first brick-and-mortar shop on the Lower East Side in March, Wowfulls takes its festival-ready ice creams to Governors Ball (again). Treat yourself to an Instagram-worthy cone filled with cinnamon swirl cereal, rainbow sprinkles and Pocky, if you're craving something sweet. Wowfulls typically cost $8 each. By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Everything you should know about Governors BallThree-day festival passes are still available. See who's performing at Governors Ball Tickets are now on sale. Festivals to put on your calendar❤️opera, classic films or burgers? There's a gathering for you. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.