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San Francisco Pride Parade Guide 2017: Where to Eat, Drink, and Party

The LGBT community and supporters will take part in the Parade on June 25.

San Francisco will be celebrating the LGBT community June 24- to 25. Events will run throughout the weekend, including the 47th annual Pride Parade. Thousands of LGBT community members and supporters will take to Market Street to join this procession on Sunday, June 25. If planning to be one of the many raising a rainbow flag, here are some places that will keep the fun going and your body fueled.

Parade Breakfast Preparation

Farm:Table: If looking for a locally sourced, wholesome meal, head over to Farm:Table on Post Street. This quaint spot has a selection of items that are simple yet satisfying. The restaurant also changes select menu items during each season, ensuring that the customer gets the freshest ingredients. Make sure to keep an eye out for the rainbow Rice Krispies as well, as Farm: Table is donating 100% of the sweet snack’s profits to the San Francisco LGBT Center.

Mazarine Coffee: Another spot that would make for a stylish start to the day is Mazarine Coffee. Located on Market Street, dwindlers will not have to have to venture far from the parade path to grab a coffee and some avocado toast. Other menu items include Fig and Ricotta Brioche as well as Yogurt Parfait. While a quick breakfast, the food is fit to satisfy both hangover hunger and social media snaps.

The Village: No Sunday morning would be complete without brunch and San Francisco’s Pride weekend promises the best. The Village at 969 Market Street is putting on a Bubbles and Brunch event. Parade-goers will be able to begin Sunday’s festivities at 9 a.m. The 21+ event will include a variety of food items as well as music.

Lunch and Bar Stops

The Sentinel: For those who want to grab a quick bite during the parade, check out The Sentinel. This sandwich shop is located a block over from the Montgomery Street BART station on Stevenson Street and New Montgomery. With menu choices for both vegetarians and meat lovers alike, it is sure to please any picky eater.

Zero Zero: No day of festivities is complete without a good slice of pizza. Zero Zero makes for an open and airy lunch time stop. Along with a menu packed with pizzas, there is a great drink selection to add that pep back into your step. Located three blocks south of the parade route, this Folsom Street pizzeria is worth the detour.

Mikkeller Bar: The perfect pit stop for a pint of beer, Mikkeller Bar is hidden away just off of the Powell Street BART station. The interior supplies a good helping of exposed brick along with a draft list that will impress any beer connoisseur. Groups can also opt to split for a hearty appetizer as well before heading back out on the LGBT pride path.

Post-Parade Events

The Cinch Saloon: After the parade is over, festivities will begin all over the city. The Cinch Saloon on Polk Street will recommence celebrations at 3 p.m. Guests will be transported back to a 1977 disco party that would leave ABBA amazed. Along with groovy music, attendees can participate in a best dressed contest and show off their bellbottoms.

Mezzanine: Also beginning at 3 p.m. is the Mezzanine’s Hard French Los Homos VII. This 7th annual pride party will be playing out across six different clubs until the late evening hours. Accompanying this party playground will be an outdoor block party as well as a performance by Ronnie Spector & The Ronettes.

The Chapel: The Chapel on Valencia Street will be continuing the party later on in the evening. Those who choose to dance the night away at this well-known venue will be able to do so free of charge as well. The event will take place from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., and will be hosted by DJ Rockaway.

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