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Pride March refreshments: food and drink for every block

RECOMMENDED: Full coverage of Gay Pride NYC The NYC Pride March is one of the city's most exciting annual spectacles—it's also incredibly long and...

Time Out, Beth Levendis
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RECOMMENDED: Full coverage of Gay Pride NYC

The NYC Pride March is one of the city's most exciting annual spectacles—it's also incredibly long and the Gay Pride celebrations usually happen on one of the hottest weekends of the summer, so you'd be wise to take some food and drink breaks. Whether you're looking for a quick drink, a sweet treat or a classy Gay Pride date spot, we've got you covered at these restaurants and bars, all a quick walk from all the Pride action on Fifth Avenue.

Franchia

Though the green-and-white space feels slightly sterile, indulgent eats like crisp tofu in sweet-and-sour sauce feel downright homey.

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Murray Hill

Stout

Sample 142 beers and devour oysters, or pub grub like shepherd’s pie and fish-and-chips.

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Midtown West

Mandoo Bar

Critics' pick

This wood-wrapped industrial-style spot elevates mandoo, Korean dumplings, above mere appetizer status.

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Midtown West

Ayza Café and Wine Bar

Come to this small spot for European eats—from panini to filet mignon—a hefty international wine list and patio seating.

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Downtown

Resto

Critics' pick

Belgian cuisine had its New York moment a few years back, but this pubby restaurant signals a revival.

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Midtown

Pranna

Most of the sleek venue’s generous square footage is devoted to bar areas where patrons linger over small plates and exotic mixed drinks.

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Midtown

Hog Pit New York City

Brother-and-sister team Damon and Felisa Dell move their barbecue joint to a new home, where patrons can continue to enjoy Southern comfort food in large portions.

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Midtown
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