The Fair has several restaurants and bars, most outdoors, some indoors. Among them are:
Paddock Tavern, on the east side of the Paddock, serving sandwiches and salads, along with craft beer, wine, cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages. Sponsored by Ballast Point.
17 Hands Restaurant and Cantina, an indoor eatery between Plaza de Mexico and the Paddock. It features 20 taps of local craft beers and a full bar in a roughhewn, warm atmosphere. Sponsored by Saint Archer Brewing.
Emerald Farms Eatery, in the Paul Ecke Jr. Garden Show. (This name and menu changes each year to match the Fair theme.)
Wizard of Haze, our center-of-the-action bar, smack dab in the center of the Fair. This large bar has wooden tables supported by barrels, and it serves a beer brewed especially for the Fair, also called Wizard of Haze, from Mike Hess Brewing Company. (This name and beer changes each year to match the Fair theme.)
Albertsons | Vons, our presenting sponsor, has a food booth for those of you who crave healthy eating options. Located on Wyland Way, near the east end of the Grandstand, the Albertsons | Vons General Store has fruit bowls, sandwich wraps, salads, juice, nuts, baked chips and more.
Several food stands have gluten-free or healthy options. For example, Roxys and Biggys list gluten-free items on their menus, and many food stands offer salads or grilled chicken.
For a more complete list, download our Food Map or pick one up at an Information Booth. (Food Map will be available sometime in May.)
If you have dietary restrictions, or if your child will only eat jelly sandwiches, you may bring food and factory-sealed, non-alcoholic beverages. Please see our Guest Services section for more information on what is allowed.
Download our Food Map, pick one up at the Information Booths or view our interactive online map, so you’ll know where to find those delicious Fair treats, both the ones you’ve come to love, and some new ones, too!