Eat and Drink Pride NYC food: Rainbow treats from Tipsy Scoop, Sugar Factory and more By Li Yakira Cohen Li.Cohen@amny.com Updated May 24, 2019 3:39 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email There is a lot in store for Pride Month this year. From WorldPride in Brooklyn, to two Pride marches, and plenty of parties, there will be tons to do this June. All the celebrating is sure to stir up quite an appetite. But luckily, there are some great food options available to keep the party going. Dig in before they're gone! Just Salad Photo Credit: Just Salad For a refreshing break from the June heat, every Just Salad location will offer the Just Proud Salad, from May 31 to June 30. The salad, which comes in a reusable bowl, will include romaine, red cabbage, tomatoes, avocado, carrots, banana peppers, and house-made balsamic vinaigrette and $1 from every salad purchase in New York will go to NYC Pride. (Multiple locations, justsalad.com) Cookie DŌ NYC Photo Credit: Courtesy of Cookie DŌ Who doesn't love cookie dough? Those celebrating Pride Month can get their own rainbow-filled flavor throughout the entire month of June. The rainbow cookie dough can be sold as individual scoops or in a Pride 4-Pack for $56. Twenty percent of every purchase will go to The Center, an LGBT advocacy community center. DŌ will also sell rainbow cookies. (550 LaGuardia Place, Manhattan, cookiedonyc.com) Shake Shack Photo Credit: Shake Shack Shake Shack is shaking its Pride feathers all across the U.S. this June. Their featured item is the Pride Shake -- a cake batter milkshake topped with rainbow glitter sprinkles. The shake will be available at all locations until the end of the month, excluding stadiums, ballparks, transit centers, and airports. (Multiple locations, shakeshack.com/) Bouchon Bakery Photo Credit: David Escalante The Italian rainbow cookie is getting a twist to celebrate the LGBT community. From June 3 to 30, Bouchon Bakery will offer a seven-layer rainbow cookie with apricot and raspberry jams, and of course, all the colors of the rainbow. The cookies are available for $6.95 each and a portion of every cookie will go to the Hetrick-Martin Institute, the country's oldest and largest LGBT service organization. (Multiple locations, thomaskeller.com/bouchonbakerycafe) William Greenberg Desserts (Hudson Yards location) Photo Credit: William Greenberg Desserts In between Pride Month festivities, take a trip to the newly opened Hudson Yards. Kosher baked goods store William Greenberg Desserts will offer black and white cookies with a little bit of color. Every cookie is a different color of the rainbow. They will be available throughout June for $2 each or $12 for a six-pack. (20 Hudson Yards, between 10th Ave. and 33rd St., Manhattan, wmgreenbergdesserts.com) Baked in Color Photo Credit: Julie Dugoff Waxman The only thing better than a brownie is a brownie topped with Oreos, chocolate chips and vibrant colors. Baked in Color has all kinds of multi-colored treats, but the giant rainbow brookie square is definitely a must-have. The top of the brownie practically beams with pride and can be enjoyed year-round. (Turnstyle NYC market at Columbus Circle, Manhattan, bakedincolor.com) Dana's Bakery Photo Credit: Dana's Bakery Dana's is usually known for its macarons, but when it comes to Pride, the rainbow black and white cookies and funfetti mookies take the cake. The rainbow cookie is everyone's favorite black and white cookie on the outside, but the inside is filled with a bright rainbow that will burst with every bite. For the more adventurous sweet-eaters, the mookie is the perfect purchase, with a pink gourmet macaron baked inside a cookie filled with rainbow sprinkles. Oh, and did we mention that everything here is gluten free? (1011 3rd Ave., Manhattan, danasbakery.com) Sugar Factory Photo Credit: Sugar Factory Try to find a place that's more colorful and fun than the Sugar Factory. They have year-round pride with their rainbow sliders, which come with purple, green, yellow, red and blue hamburger buns and even a take-home Sugar Factory duck. You can finish off your meal with a rainbow doughnut ice cream sandwich (pictured) for dessert, which has two rainbow donuts filled with two different ice creams and topped with whipped cream, raspberries, Oreo crumbs, and more. (835 Washington St., Manhattan, or 1991 Broadway, Manhattan, sugarfactory.com) Tipsy Scoop Photo Credit: Tipsy Scoop This boozy parlor is the key to letting loose and cooling off in one delicious treat. For Pride Month, it will offer a rainbow sherbert sundae that is infused with vodka and has raspberry, mango, key lime and strawberry flavors. It will be served in a red cone bowl and topped with rainbow sprinkles, cherries and a Pride flag. The sundae will be available at both the Brooklyn and Manhattan locations. (217 East 26th St., Manhattan, or 270 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, tipsyscoop.com) Brooklyn Kolache Photo Credit: Brooklyn Kolache At this Brooklyn-based bakery, you can treat yourself while also treating others. Throughout June, the bakery will offer a rainbow cinnamon roll in honor of Pride. For each purchase, $1 will be donated to the Ali Forney Center, an organization that strives to provide LGBTQ youth with housing and supportive services. (520 Dekalb Ave., Brooklyn, brooklynkolacheco.com) The Bagel Store Photo Credit: The Bagel Store One of the city's most popular Pride creations is the rainbow bagel, and it's available all year long. There are dozens of different rainbow creations, including the original rainbow bagel, a groovy neon bagel, Captain America bagel, unicorn bagel, galaxy bagel and more. And you can top off the breakfast treat with rainbow-fetti sprinkles cake cream cheese, unicorn cream cheese and more. (754 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn, thebagelstoreonline.com) Dek Sen Photo Credit: Dek Sen If you have never had a crepe cake, now is the perfect time. Thai restaurant Dek Sen has a great selection, and their rainbow crepe cake has become a fan favorite. The cake is nearly 20 layers with colors ranging from red to purple and everything in between. Separating each layer is a vanilla pastry cream filling for the perfectly sweet touch. The cake is available year-round, but it's best to get it as early in the day as possible because there are times Dek Sen runs out. (86-08 Whitney Ave., Queens, deksenwhitneyave.com) Industry Kitchen Photo Credit: Industry Kitchen There is only one solution for the ultimate sweet tooth -- the Pop Candy Land pizza. Industry Kitchen's dessert pizza has a rainbow crust and is topped with cream cheese frosting, pop rocks and cotton candy. They are all the essential ingredients for an afternoon pick-me-up when celebrating Pride in June. (70 South St., Manhattan, industry-kitchen.com) By Li Yakira Cohen Li.Cohen@amny.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Pride Month: Complete coverageFrom the political to the party-minded, the city offers myriad ways to celebrate. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.