BEST FOOD IN THE SOUTH
New Orleans is known for its incredible cuisine, and the Forked Up Food Court will feature some of the best traditional dishes the city has to offer plus vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. From Blue Oak BBQ and Dat Dog to Jambalaya Girl and Boucherie, there’s something for everyone.
Food vendors will be open all day and accept cash, credit, debit, and Voodoo Cashless payments. There are also plenty of ATMs available throughout the park.
See below for a list of the 2017 Forked Up vendors!
Philip and Ronnie met 17 years ago in middle school, with the wild dream of one day opening a restaurant. In 2012 they bought themselves a BBQ pit and after found a permanent home in the heart of Mid-City New Orleans. At any time you can find Philip and Ronnie at Blue Oak BBQ massaging and rubbing their 2017 Hogs for the Cause Grand Championship trophy.Visit Website
Originating in 2006 as one of the first food Trucks in New Orleans, Boucherie then landed in the Riverbend in 2008 with the motto “Fine Dining for the People”. Chef Zimet’s Southern Contemporary menu changes every 2 months, while maintaining our smoked, house butchered & cured meat staples.Visit Website
Since 2012 Bratz Y’all! has been serving hot bratwurst sandwiches with homemade toppings based on traditional German recipes at New Orleans festivals and markets. By 2017, they opened the Bratz Y’all! Bistro • Bakery • Biergarten in NOLA’s Bywater area. Are you ready? Come and get it at Voodoo 2017!Visit Website
In 1952 Bud’s Broiler was stared by Mr. Alfred “Bud” Saunders and became New Orleans’ first charcoal broiled hamburger that is still cooked the same way today. Bud started with a very good limited menu: Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, French Fries, Pies, and his original recipe for what they call their “Own Hickory Smoke Sauce” which is the same recipe they use to this very day. Over the years Bud’s Broiler has become known as an iconic brand that generations of families have come to love.Visit Website
For more than a decade, this family-operated company has continuously served up authentic Cajun recipes in the Superdome, LSU’s Tiger Stadium, Smoothie King Center and Morial Convention Center.Visit Website
Cartozzo’s Bakery started in 1983 as a retail bakery and added a wholesale operation a few years later. Services hotels, restaurants, and grocery stores. Specialties include French Bread, Crawfish Bread and King Cakes.Visit Website
Crêpes à la Cart is a decadent, award-winning Uptown crêperie serving over 50 varieties of sweet & savory crêpes, all made-to-order. Stop by our “Cart” or find Nadine, our 1936 food truck (New Orleans Magazine’s 2016 “Favorite Food Truck”) at festivals, fundraisers and private parties all over town.Visit Website
Good food – fast!
Dat Dog is a New Orleans favorite specializing in gourmet hot dogs and sausages, with a diverse menu that includes chicken, burgers, and vegan options. Fun and funky topping combinations allow guests to create their own “jazz improvisation on a bun.” Put a Smile On Your Face with Dat Dog!Visit Website
Ernst Café was established in 1902. Located in the Historic Warehouse district of New Orleans, Ernst has consistently provided excellent food and spirits from generation to generation. Ernst has been locally owned and operated for over 100 years. With its rich atmosphere and great location we look forward to continuing the tradition for many years to come!Visit Website
Jambalaya Girl is a family and women owned business that brings an authentic taste of New Orleans to the world with easy to prepare food products, inspired by Jambalaya Girl’s family recipes.Visit Website
Kona Ice snoballs is a nationwide franchise. Kerry’s Kona Ice has been serving the community for 7 years now. We provide a tasty treat that is sure to cool you off. We believe in giving back to our community by helping to fund-raise for non-profit organizations.Visit Website
Koz’s has been a staple of New Orleans for the last 12 years first in Harahan and now in Lakeview. We pride ourselves on quality home cooked meals and po-boys.Visit Website
Since 1990, Mona’s Cafe has offered authentic Middle Eastern/Lebanese specialties to New Orleans, with three locations currently operating. Our menu features hummus, baba ghanouj, tabouli, falafel, gyro and chicken shawarma. Mona’s has been baking fresh pita bread daily at our mid-city location since day 1.Visit Website
Nola Pho Life made its first debut at Voodoo in 2011. The owner, Jennifer Nguyen, strongly believed authentic Vietnamese cuisine would be the perfect fit. Coming out as the top three vendors at Voodoo for 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. We are back at it again all because “everyone loves Vietnamese food”. With all the hard work and wonderful flavors combined, no one will be disappointed. Our menu features Beef Pho, Veggie Fried Rice, and Vietnamese Egg Rolls With Pineapple Chili Sauce.Visit Website
Pecks Seafood opened its doors in 2004. Our menu will cure any craving. We offer dishes from veal parmesan to all fried seafood platters, overstuffed po-boys, wraps, salads, boiled seafood and mouth watering desserts. We look forward to our third year at Voodoo Festival.Visit Website
Petite Rouge is New Orleans premium mobile espresso bar via a vintage 1970 Citroen H-Van. Our speciality espresso & tea drinks are crafted with the best local & house-made ingredients in town! From piping hot espresso to iced cold teas… when you think of coffee, don’t think black -THINK ROUGE!Visit Website
Reginelli’s Pizzeria has been serving up New Orleans-inspired Italian food since 1996. Their slogan is “The Perfect Pizza” and is backed by culinary awards and die-hard fans. The food speaks for itself and is supported by a culture that values honesty, hard work, and the communities they serve.Visit Website
Overlooking Bayou des Familles, our restaurant provides an authentic Louisiana experience complete with alligators, egrets and other wildlife coupled with a culinary focus specializing in bold New Orleans flavors rooted in authentic, made-from-scratch Cajun and Creole cuisine prepared using traditional cooking techniques.Visit Website
Romega Taqueria is a LA Street Style Taqueria that is built on authentic recipes and superior technique. Very much like Los Angeles, you can find flavor profiles such as Mexican, American, Japanese, French, Mediterranean throughout our menu.Visit Website
Nestled in the Heart of Old Mandeville, the Rusty Pelican is a favorite stop for locals and visitors alike. Our friendly staff and open floor plan create a comfortable, casual dining experience. Our burgers are juicy. Our Seafood is delicious. Stop by today!!Visit Website
Swamp Kitchen is a Cajun culinary venture that combines the rich and savory flavors from the Cajun Heartland and surrounding areas. Between the cast iron pots and the hand-made roux, we promise an authentic Cajun experience. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
The Big Cheezy adventurously experiments with & pushes the boundaries of the classic grilled cheese. Our restaurants serve gourmet grilled cheezes on fresh artisan bread with an array of meats and cheezes to bring you a new and exciting food experience every time you share a meal with us!Visit Website