The best things to eat at Coachella 2022 weekend 2

Sushi, smashburgers, pizza, dumplings and tacos. Here's what to eat if you're headed to weekend two of Coachella 2022.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • April 20, 2022
Around 4 p.m. on Friday afternoon, midbite into a Canadian spot prawn dressed with prawn head butter and a sprinkle of matcha green tea over warm sushi rice, I momentarily forgot where I was. I forgot that I was at the Coachella Valley Music and...
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