Our 10 Best Places to Eat in NYC on Gay Pride Weekend
Stucco-covered Julius' may be the city's very first gaystropub.
Why is the weather always hot as hell during Pride Weekend? Your best refuge -- before, during, or after the march -- is in a well-air-conditioned restaurant for a meal or snack (with a frozen cocktail or two, if you prefer). And you needn't call it "brunch."
On the other hand, the event always proves so tumultuous and exciting, maybe you want to try the difficult task of locating a streetside table -- and, let us tell you, there are plenty of those in the West Village, where the whole shebang ends up.
The entire staff of Fork in the Road has been sent out to find the best joints to eat at on Pride Weekend, places that love the entire LGBT community -- and would like nothing better than to take your money for some very good food. Some are obvious, while others are quite obscure, but all are within easy walking distance of the march route. See you there, and happy Pride Weekend!
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