The best culinary activities during the Pride 2022 (July 30 – Aug 7)

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On July 30, the Pride will start again and Amsterdam, its inhabitants and its restaurants will pull out all the stops. Rainbow colours, confetti, fun and almost ten days of partying: it sounds like music to our ears. Culy found out where you can enjoy the best culinary activities in the city and which restaurants are putting the flowers outside these days.

Culinary activities during the Pride

Don’t Stop Until You’re Proud at INK

The INK Hotel Amsterdam always goes the extra mile during Pride. Also this year with the Don’t Stop Until You’re Proud party on July 28. The hotel will temporarily change into the PINK Hotel Amsterdam with a special INKlusivity suite and in the hotel’s restaurant – Pressroom Amsterdam – you can enjoy a special pink chef’s menu.

Order a Pink Gin & Tonic at the bar or go all out on the weekend of July 30 & 31 and August 6 & 7 for Bottomless Brunch (did we mention unlimited pink bubbly?). After two years of corona, PINK is back, and better than ever.

Rainbow sashimi at IZAKAYA

Restaurant IZAKAYA Asian Kitchen & Bar in De Pijp serves ‘Pride Sashimi’. Their refined sashimi, but presented in the colors of the rainbow. There are Bluefin Tuna, Toro Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Avocado, Paprika and Beetroot. You can taste them for both lunch and dinner. Reservations can be made online .

Bobby’s Gin at Vesper

This year we celebrate the kick-off of the pride at Vesper . And with a real Bobby’s (gin) party with a special cocktail that is inspired by the Milkshake festival. More info has yet to be announced, but we say: put it in your agenda.

Colorful afternoon tea at The Duchess

In addition to all the grand and immersive festivities, you can also celebrate the Pride quietly and intimately. Every year the chic hotspot The Duchess at the W Hotel hosts a Gay Pride Afternoon tea . The famous Afternoon Tea & Chocolate Explosion is becoming more colorful than ever and all delicacies have something of the rainbow in them. Afternoon tea starts savory according to British custom, followed by scones and champagne. After this, the sweets are served and the party is complete.

Colorful shaved ice at MOMO

We think Kakigori – that Japanese shaved ice piled high – is a nice hysterical party on a plate anyway, but during the Pride Asian restaurant MOMO goes one step further. The dessert is then prepared in rainbow colors and served with colorful fruits. A nice culinary end to a nice Pride week! Reservations at MOMO can be made online .

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