Eat & Drink

2016 Earth Day Cafe vendors will be announced in March!

In the 2015 Earth Day Cafe, you will discover a wonderfully diverse selection of foods and beverages.

Eat happy, free from trans-fat, high fructose corn syrup and other highly processed foods typically found at outdoor festivals. All service ware is recyclable or compostable. Visit one of our Recycling On the Go waste sorting stations when you are done eating.

Look for certified members of the Green Dining Alliance serving up sustainability at this year's Festival!

Look for certified members of the Green Dining Alliance serving up sustainability at this year’s Festival!

We proudly feature these GDA members :
Atomic Cowboy C-7
Margaritas, Mojitos
Bayou Seasoning and Catering C-16
Bourbon chicken, po-boys (veggie), red beans and rice, jambalaya, Bahama breeze
Handlebar C-12
Veggie kabobs, Chicken kabobs, Bahn Mi w/whitefish, beet soup
Ices Plain & Fancy C-3
Nitrogen ice cream
Juicemasters FT-E
Puravegan salads, strawberry lemonaid, strawberry sunrise, orange dreamsicle, mocha frap, green goddess, banana mudslide, berry blast, jazzy carrot, apple waldorf, green elixir, mango colada
Kakao Chocolates C-14
Chocolate bark, caramels, truffles, pates de fruits, marshmallows, truffe shots
Lulu’s Local Eatery  FT-A
Vegan tacos, udon noodle bowl, BBQ Jack sandwich, sweet potato black bean burger, vegan cupcakes, iced tea

McMurphy’s Cafe at St. Patrick Center C-18
Caprese kabobs, chicken wraps, homemade pickles, cookies, iced tea
Pie Oh My! FT-C
Savory pies, dessert pies
Schlafly  (located in Cafe and by Main Stage) FT-BSchlafly color NEW
Three selections of beer, including the brand new Organic IPA, brewed with organic grains and hops. Beers will be sold in an exclusive St. Louis Earth Day reusable cup and patrons will receive a discount for cup reuse. Beer (including their Organic Pale Ale)
Seedz Cafe C-2
Raw spicy peanut noodles, tempeh reuben, tuna wraps, rawvioli, organic smoothies
Small Batch and Rooster South Grand C-8
PBJ (arugula pesto, beef, and tomato jam), plain fontina beef or match burger, chilled soba noodle salad, veggie tacos
The Dam C-5
Hamburger, cheeseburger, local G&W sausage, kosher hot dogs, veggie dogs, French fries, fresh flavored water, Excel soda, cocktail
Tivanov Catering C-10
Spicy pulled pork arepa, gyros, homemade frozen yogurt from sheep’s milk and local, grass-fed Windcrest yogurt, strawberry lemonade
Traveling Tea  (located in Farmers Market) F-12
Organic freshly brewed cups of tea
Urban Eats Cafe C-1
Vegan Thai noodle bowl, BBQ pork bao, gourmet chicken dog, rum bunny cocktail, jasmine green tea
Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop C-9
Cupcakes, cookies, brownies, pop tartlets, ice pops, mini pies
Additional vendors who have agreed to adhere to our high quality standards:

Bombay Food Junkies FT-D
Samosa (vegan), green lentil fritters (vegan), manchurian (vegan), homemade ice creams, ginger tea, masala roti wrap (vegan), Bota-Box-Squaredpaneer tikka roti wrap, lentil wrap (vegan), samosa wrap (vegan), samosa chole (vegan), mango lassi

Bota Box C-22
Stop by the Bota Box lounge to sample four varieties of wine: Sauvignon Blanc, RedVolution Red Blend, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir. Learn why BotaBox packaging is the most eco-friendly and why it’s a great fit for all of your summer picnicking!

Companion Kombucha C-15
Kombucha in a variety of flavors, sweet and unsweet

Kaldi’s Coffee C-4
Cold brewed espresso 700 and pour over bar featuring single origin coffees

Kettle Korn & More/Angels Arms C-11

Pi Pizzeria  (located by Main Stage) FT-F
9″ deep dish pizza: vegetarian or meat

Rams 5 Star Kettle Korn  (located in Farmers Market) F-9

Rearn Thai C-17
Chicken satay, pad Thai, Thai iced tea

Schnucks Markets  (Located in Farmers Market) F-6
Fresh Organic produce

Sierra Club C-13
Fresh squeezed lemonade

St. Louis Animal Rights Team (START) C-19, 20
Grilled portobello sandwich, fresh pasta salad, chips, vegan cupcake, iced tea

The Phat Apple C-6
Vegan taco salad, vegan French toast, scrambled tofu, a variety of fresh salads: marinated kale, spicy sesame seaweed cabbage and tofu, live carrot tuna salad, marinated bean curd, Caribbean carrot punch (carrots, water, almond milk, spices, honey or raw sugar)

You are what you eat.

St. Louis Earth Day bans high-fructose corn syrup and other highly processed fare typically found at events. Many of the menu items served contain locally sourced or organic ingredients. All serving containers and utensils are recyclable or compostable, and you won’t find bottled water for sale at the event. #EatGreenSTL