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Pride In London 2018: 5 Tempting Places To Grab A Bite

The best places to refuel in Soho during the Pride in London 2018 celebrations

By Nick Levine
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Pride in London 2018 takes place on Saturday, July 7. Food may seem secondary to 'liquid refreshment', but at some point during the day you will need to eat. Here are five Soho eateries ideal for a quick and relatively inexpensive Pride day bite.

Balans Soho Society Soho

Restaurants Global Soho

With two separate restaurants on Old Compton Street, Balans is an all-day Soho classic. It's open for breakfast through lunch, then onto five o'clock cocktails and dinner as late as you like. So whenever your tummy rumbles on Pride Day, Balans will be there and ready to serve a hefty burger or eggs benedict.

Princi

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Italian Soho

If you fancy a quick snack that isn't just a supermarket sarnie, head to this Milanese-style bakery. The food is booth sweet and savoury, ranging from cakes and pastries to filled focaccia and lasagne. Wash down with an Aperol spritz for maximum Pride Day decadence.

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NY Fold

3 out of 5 stars
Restaurants Charing Cross Road

For many of us, Pride means day-drinking and stomping from one end of central London to another. The remedy is pizza, and this NYC-style joint offers tempting pies by the slice. Grab one to go and don't miss out on anything going down in Soho.

Jackson & Rye

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants American Soho

If you want to start Pride with a hearty brunch, this Wardour Street brasserie is your destination. The extensive menu features enough avocado dishes to keep Antoni from 'Queer Eye' happy, and you can wash them down with cocktails like the zesty Breakfast Sour.

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Herman ze German Soho

4 out of 5 stars
Restaurants German Soho

No sausage jokes, please. This German-style hot dog joint occupies a prime spot on Old Compton Street, so it's perfect for a quick Pride pitstop. The food is cheap and cheerful, with vegan and veggie options. Just go easy on the crispy onions if you're hoping to get lucky.

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