Eat and Drink The Meadows festival food vendor lineup: DŌ, Big Mozz, Dumpling Galaxy and more Among the new food vendors at the second annual Meadows Music and Arts Festival is Cooke dough cafe Dō, which opened in Greenwich Village in January. Photo Credit: Jeremy Bales By Nicole Levy email@example.com Updated September 13, 2017 10:00 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Edible cookie dough, Japanese-inspired tacos and fried twisted potatoes are some of the new eats you’ll find at the second annual Meadows Music and Arts Festival at Citi Field this weekend. Organizers released the full food vendor lineup for the three-day music festival – featuring headliners Jay-Z, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Gorillaz – on Thursday, Aug. 10. Among those making their Meadows debut the weekend of Sept. 15 include DŌ, the Greenwich Village shop selling ready-to-eat cookie dough in flavors like peanut butter snickerdoodle and oatmeal M&M; Takumi Taco, a Chelsea Market and Urbanspace Vanderbilt vendor specializing in Japanese-Mexican fusion food; and Twist and Smash’d, a Forest Hills sports bar known for its Ecuadorean twisted potatoes and burgers. Big Mozz, a Smorgasburg vendor that won a 2016 Vendy Award for its fried mozzarella sticks, is making its first appearance in a special “village” section curated by the online restaurant guide The Infatuation. Flushing’s Dumpling Galaxy, which offers an exhaustive variety of the Chinese dough balls, is one of three newcomers joining the “FEASTival of Queens,” a showcase of the borough’s ethnically diverse dining scene organized by local food writer Joe DiStefano. (Note: This year, the FEASTival will be pay-as-you go, instead of a ticketed tasting experience.) Here’s the full lineup, so you can save room for all the things you really crave: THE SAVORY Roberta's Pizza Big Mozz San Matteo Pizzeria Roberta's Burgers Mighty Quinn's BBQ Luke's Lobster Arancini Bros. Ramen Burger Cafe Habana (Mexican-style grilled corn and Cuban sandwiches) Bareburger Melt Shop (grilled cheese sandwiches and tater tots) The Nugget Spot David's Cafe (burgers) Taqo Cup Takumi Taco Birdhaus (fried chicken sandwiches) Matzahbrei (sandwiches made with a bread composed of matzah fried with eggs) Friterie (Belgian fries) Monk's Vegan Smokehouse Try Vegan Southernmost Falafel Pizza Nova Hong Kong Street Food Four Boys Concessions (festival foods like foot-long hot dogs and fried Oreos) Hebros Kitchen (roasted pork sandwiches) Flaming Wok (teriyaki kitchen, stir-fried veggie noodles, etc.) Twist and Smash'd Jalapeno Corndog THE SWEET Wowfulls (1950s-style Hong Kong egg waffles) John's Juice Dough (doughnuts) Taiyaki (soft serve in fish-shaped waffles) DŌ Davey's Ice Cream New Territories (Hong Kong-style milkshakes) Wafels & Dinges (Belgian waffles) Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Sam's Fried Ice Cream Hippie Dips (fruit smoothies) Tea and Milk REPPING QUEENS Tortas Neza (Mexican pork tacos from Corona) Kurry Qulture (Indian pani poori duo from Astoria) Arepa Lady (Colombian arepas from Jackson Heights) La Esquina Del Cameron Mexicano (Mexican ceviche from Jackson Heights) Pata Paplean (Thai noodle soup from Elmhurst) Sugar Club (Thai desserts) Dumpling Galaxy JoJu (Vietnamese sandwiches from Elmhurst) By Nicole Levy firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.