Litchfield Jazz Festival & Jazz Camp


2013 Foods of the Festival

The Chicken Smells GoodYou are welcome to bring a picnic on the lawn or try our fantastic and reasonably priced food, specialty brews from Olde Burnside Brewing Company and premium wines. See our FAQ's for details about what you can bring and what to expect. The Litchfield Jazz Festival's food court offers a delicious mix of world cuisine, from Middle Eastern and Asian, to down-home American.

Thank you to our 2013 Food Vendors!! If you would like to be considered for the 2014 Festival, please send a letter of interest with your vendor name, website, contact information, and description of offerings to

2013 Food Vendors:

Food VendorsMenu Samples
AJ’s Steak & Pizza Locally raised bison burgers, wild caught alaskan salmon burgers, pizza, steak grinders, sausage & peppers, burgers, hot dogs and big salads
Bangkok Garden Restaurant Pad Thai, Thai noodles with veggies, chicken with veggies & cashew nuts, Thai bbq chicken, vegetarian curry
Ben & Jerry's Fresh fruit smoothies, ice cream cups, cones, sundaes, shakes and sorbets
The Bistro Box Paninis, gazpacho, soups, wraps, salads, quesadillas and shortcake
Dean's Beans Fair Trade, organic coffees. Full espresso bar, dip-brewed coffee, variety of iced and blended coffees
Harney & Sons Bottled and freshly brewed Harney & Sons teas and juices
Lalibela Ethiopian Cuisine Vegetarian/vegan options - yellow lentils, fosolia, tikel gomen, yemisir wat, gomen, dosta, zucchini, demich watt. Chicken (doro wat, doro alicha) and beef (siga wat, siga alicha, atikilit besiga) 3 items for $8, pastries stuffed with lentils, beef or chicken
Noujaim's Specialty Foods Mediterranean cuisine including falafel, baba ghanouj, hummus, lamb/chicken shwarma, mediterranean salads, gaspacho, lobster fritters, drinks