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What and where to eat at London Pride 2019: A foodie's guide

Grab your glitter, wave that flag and get ready to sashay, Shantay - Pride is upon us! This year’s Pride is set to take place on Saturday 6th July and the organisers have promised the parade is going to be even bigger and more diverse than ever - can we get a ‘yaaas queen’?

We're so proud to be serving up a spectacular storm at Pride this year, with our incredibly diverse and delicious foodie suppliers dotted around the route for the hungry crowds to enjoy! After all, you’re going to need to fuel up with all that marching and dancing, aren’t you? With our Pride Guide foodie map you'll never be lost on the parade - or hungry!

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Here’s our pick of the fabulous foodies on show:

Jackalope’s All American, Trafalgar Square

Make sure your rainbow leggings have got an adjustable waistband - you won’t be able to resist these carb queens. Jackalope's All American is an amazing, authentic and utterly delicious American Mac ‘n' Cheese street food company serving up a special homemade recipe macaroni with a host of mouthwatering BBQ toppings. Heaven.


Nanny Bill’s, Trafalgar Square

Founder Darren is proud to be inspired by his very own Nanny Bill - the OG London foodie legend. These guys have been feeding the food-savvy patrons of East London food market Night Tales for quite some time and can’t wait to get serving up on the Pride route this year. Nanny Bill’s dirty burgers mean business - The Jam Slider is just something else: tuck into an aged beef patty, smoked bacon, American cheese, pink onions, hot sauce, shredded lettuce, gherkin relish, NB's bacon jam and burger sauce!


Benito’s Hat, Golden Square

Ariba ariba! Andale andale! Shimmy yourself over quick pace to Benito’s Hat for a tastebud tingle beyond belief. Benito’s create the freshest, tastiest Mexican food in the heart of London and will definitely give the crowds at Pride something to taco ‘bout… Sorry. Specialising in delicious burritos, tacos, salads, desserts, Mexican beers, margaritas and cocktails - there’s nothing not to love!

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YouBao, Golden Square

Imagine what it would taste like if Bangkok met Brazil. YouBao is all the best parts of Asian cuisine and South American heart wrapped up together in a squishy, soft-as-a-cloud Bao bun. What better way to celebrate worldwide Pride?! If Bao’s not your bag, don’t worry your glittery self - their mouthwateringly famous teriyaki noodles will have you dancing the pachanga all the way down the Pride parade!

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Bittenclub, Golden Square

The weather has got us dreaming of chowing down Banh Mi on a plush Vietnamese beach - but dream no more! Bittenclub are ready to fuel the festivities at Pride this year, serving up a masterclass fusion of zingy Vietnamese cuisine with the gorgeous ingredients of France. Their Banh Mi is to die for but here’s a top Feast It tip: for a sweet treat try their ‘Damn Mi That’s Good’ chilli salted dark chocolate éclair. #foodporn at its finest!

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Cask London, Trafalgar Square, Golden Square, Leicester Square

Raise a toast to Pride 2019 with Cask London! With multiple bars across the route, the Cask guys will be serving up some ice cold Budweisers to thirsty revellers as well as wine, spirits and much-needed H2O. The team are no strangers to a big, old knees up celebration, bringing the party to other huge events such as the ICC Cricket World Cup, Premier League activations and the Epsom Derby to name but a few. Put some Bud-fuelled bass in your walk on Saturday!

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Happy Pride beautiful people! Want to see more of our delicious suppliers?

You can browse the menus, pictures and more for all of our street food suppliers, supper clubs, private chefs and restaurant caterers HERE.

Or if you can barely contain your excitement and want to get a street food supplier booked in for your next event, you can submit an enquiry form HERE. One of our event pros will be in touch with you shortly to discuss your plans!