Here’s what’s cooking at the fest this year.
Ahli Baba’s Kabob Shop: falafel, pitas, and Middle Eastern delights
BeesAndThankYou: grilled cheese sandwiches that help support the bees
The Chuck Wagon: your favorite comfort foods, with vegetarian options
Bright Ideas Brewing: eclectic brews including the B6 session ale and mosaic
Desperados: North Adams Tex-Mex
Eat to Total Health: fresh veggie and vegan fare
Fatboy’s: beef hot dogs and sausages with all the fixings
Good to Go: out-of-this-world dumplings, noodles, and waffles
Gramercy Bistro: French-inspired cuisine + modern fare on MASS MoCA’s campus
Gunther’s Sausage Wagon: authentic German bratwurst
Hermit Thrush Brewery: element raspberry sour from Brattleboro, Vermont, brewers
Holyoke Hummus Company: falafel, hummus, and Middle Eastern treats
Lickety Split: pulled pork, burgers, veggie burgers, coffee, ice cream
The Mad Taco: delicious tacos from Vermont
Mad Jack’s BBQ: authentic, Southern-style BBQ
Mother Maple: locally tapped snacks
Ooma Tesoro’s: homemade, fresher-than-fresh marinara sauce
People’s Pint: the classic FreshGrass IPA from the Greenfield, Mass., brewers
Ramunto’s: brick-oven pizza slices
Spice Root: Indian dinner combos
Tunnel City Coffee: North Adams’ own coffee roasters
Umämi Bites: Asian-Fusion street food
Woodbelly Pizza: farm-to-table pizza

Visit the North Adams Farmer’s Market on Saturday from 9am to 1pm, located just outside MASS MoCA’s campus, and explore North Adams.