2022 NYC Pride March: 15 Restaurants Near the Parade Route

The 2022 NYC Pride March makes its way down the streets of Manhattan on Sunday, June 26! 

Need a spot near the action where you can catch your breath and grab a bite? We’ve got you covered!

Check out these spots near the parade route in Flatiron, Union Square, and Greenwich Village, and make your plans now so you beat the rush and have a table waiting for you.

THE WELL Kitchen & Table

From breakfast bowls and fresh juices to smoothies, salads, and sandwiches, this cafe’s menu is built on carefully sourced, organic, sustainable fare. For fresh, nutrient-rich options near Union Square, this is a must-try.

Blossom on University

The innovative vegan cuisine at this spot is bound to impress plant-based eaters and omnivores alike. And with a full menu of local and organic wines and beers, you’re sure to find the perfect pairing!

Obica Mozzarella Bar

Fresh pastas, classic Italian cocktails, and an irresistible mozzarella bar make this Italian import an international sensation. Whether you’re an experienced aficionado or a cheese novice, this selection is sure to satisfy.

Rosa Mexicano

Mexican culinary tradition and contemporary innovation meet in a vibrant space, with creative twists on classics like tacos and enchiladas. Kick things off with an order of Guacamole, made with founder Josefina Howard’s original recipe since 1984!

Tarallucci e Vino

The flagship location of an NYC favorite, this lively and rustic Italian restaurant is home to signature cocktails and Italian wines that complement a menu of authentic pastas, Roman style pizzas, and housemade pastries and desserts.

Barn Joo

Serving Korean staples like bibimbap and hot pot with inventive twists, along with a selection of speciality cocktails, this Union Square staple is a must-visit. Close your eyes, and you can practically hear the Sizzling Stone Bowl already! 


Specializing in teishoku meal sets, this Japanese spot serves signature dishes alongside favorites like hotpot, soba, and sashimi. For fans of authentic Japanese cuisine, it’s an absolute must-try.


The oldest bar in Greenwich Village, Julius’ is a New York City legend that’s been serving since the 1860s. Grab a bite and a brew at this long-standing institution with a prominent place in local LGBTQ history!


This eclectic Southwestern spot serves up favorites like tacos, enchiladas, and sizzling fajitas alongside fusion dishes like the Santa Fe Shepherd’s Pie and a truly impressive selection of tequilas. 


Tapas, sangria, and paellas make Lamano a popular pick for Spanish cuisine. Whether you’re curating a spread of small plates or splitting a paella, it’s an ideal spot when you want to gather a group and share something special!


Intimate and stylish, Ofrenda is renowned for its authentic Mexican cuisine prepared with homemade tortillas, salsa, and mole. Add in a strong selection of tequila and mezcal, and you have a winning combination!

The Warren

With an upscale take on New American cuisine and signature cocktails, this Christopher Street gastropub balances casual accessibility with sophisticated style. This one’s an especially popular pick for date night!

Sabor Argentino NYC

Sabor Argentino is home to authentic Argentinian cuisine and an impressive selection of baked empanadas, including gourmet choices like the Cuban and the Banana & Dulce de Leche! (And wine fans will love the menu of Argentinian selections.)

St. Tropez

Inspired by the culinary traditions of the French Riviera, this West Village favorite serves bistro-style fare along with a selection of 40+ wines. It’s cozy, lively, and inviting—perfect for a date or catching up with friends.

Mino Brasserie

The refined aesthetic of a modern Parisian bistro sets the mood at this inviting brasserie! Pair French wine with a selection of charcuterie, or explore a selection of vibrant, traditional French fare served with immaculate style.

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