10 Rainbows? Hell Yes! Where to Eat for Pride in New York

Here are some hot spots to eat tasty rainbow themed foods in New Yorkmany of which give back to the community or charities. What's better than eating a rainbow, feeling good, and doing good for the world?

Texas style hand made kolaches and pride rolls in pride colors are back in season and 100% of all proceeds are donated to The Ali Forney Center the nation's largest non-profit providing shelter and healthcare services to LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness in New York City.

Doughnuts are made with a brioche-type dough prepared in small batches throughout the day for long lasting freshness. Proceeds go to LGBTQ charities too!

We like it dirty and messy ;). Nothing beats saying pride like our favorite rainbow cake from Flour Shop, available in a couple of sizes for those with an appetite. With cake pops and more in the pipeline too.

Indonesian dessert at Lady Wong Pastry - have you had this rainbow lapis sticky rice dessert?

Luchini Italian

The Pride rainbow cookies are a staple in Italian markets, and are available at Butterfield Market & Catering. 

Mister Dips
Mister Dips was born in 2016 within a retrofitted 1974 Airstream trailer serving griddled burgers, waffle fries, seasonal Dairy Dips and more at The William Vale in Brooklyn. The monthly Pride n' True cone is cake batter, vanilla custard, all the colors of the rainbow. Proceeds from the sale of each sale will support The Ruth Ellis Center.

Postcard Bakery

A rainbow fruit sando this month which supports the Queer Food Foundation. In collaboration with Infatuation NYC.

That classic 1950s handheld snack is back, and how! Pride colored rainbows in your hands for a snack that'll transport you back in time.

When you order a Pride Flight at a Talea Beer taproom you are supporting the Ali Forney Center, a nationally recognized organization that strives to protect and empower LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness. Find the Pride Flight at all 4 of the NYC taprooms.

Treat House

NYC made handmade and customizable rice krispie treats all dressed up for pride.

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