Where to Find Rainbow Food in Westchester for Pride Month

These decadent, sweet, and savory creations are delicious all year long, but doubly so when we’re celebrating LGBTQ+ pride.

It’s no secret we love food, and visual appeal is often the first sense to bask in our favorite indulgences. It’s no wonder, then, that the vibrancy of Pride Month lifts not just our spirits but our appetites with delectable and colorful creations. Delight your taste buds with these festive rainbow dishes in Westchester.

Aqui Es Santa Fe’s Color Wave Empanadas

32 Broad St, Port Chester; 914.305.1060

We always love a tasty empanada, but these bite-sized “color wave” iterations are as Instagrammable as they are delicious. Made with natural colorings like beet root extract, spinach concentrate, and cuttlefish/squid inks, these babies come in both traditional and inventive flavors like beef, chicken, cheese, cheese and guava, ham and pineapple, blueberry goat cheese, and more. Get a whole bunch for $3.25 each (minimum order of three) or a dozen for $35.

 

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Beascakes’ Rainbow Mini-Donuts

575 Main St, Armonk; 914.273.3612

These adorable mini-donuts (not donut holes; those are separate) come filled or dipped in colorful icing and are eminently poppable, making them a perfect party purchase. If you want to grab a bunch for yourself though, we’re not going to judge. Just be sure to call in your order ahead of time. The mini-donuts are $1.50 each. (Pro-tip: Grab a couple of rainbow smiley face sugar cookies while you’re at it; prices range from $3.25 for sprinkled cookies, $5 for cookies decorated in store, and $6 for custom-made cookies.)

Bona Bona’s Over the Rainbow Milkshake

10 Westchester Ave, Port Chester; 914.481.5712
71 US-6, Baldwin Place; 914.600.3004

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Make like Dorothy and ditch Kansas. Port Chester is where it’s at, thanks to this monster milkshake from the ice cream connoisseurs at Bona Bona. Made by blending the house rainbow cookie ice cream, each one sports multiple rainbow cookies embedded in a buttercream rim, topped with whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles. It’s $11 per milkshake.

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In the mood to make dessert your meal? Consider a rainbow ice cream sandwich and call it a day.

Captain Lawrence Brewing Co. Pride Cocktail

444 Saw Mill River Rd, Elmsford; 914.741.2337

Every June, Captain Lawrence’s Elmsford brewery location (also in Fort Myers) participates in Pride Month and supports The Loft LGBTQ+ Community Center with a special cocktail. Based in White Plains, the center serves the needs of the LGBTQ+ community in Westchester and Hudson Valley. This Pride Month special cocktail is layered with a rainbow of flavors, such as grenadine, passionfruit juice, pineapple juice, and blue curaçao mixed with butterfly pea vodka, made from the in-house distillery. For each special cocktail sold, $2 will be donated to The Loft.

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Read More: A Guide to Pride Month Events in Westchester County

Five-Layer Rainbow Cake From Stew Leonard’s

1 Stew Leonard Dr, Yonkers; 914.375.4700

Stew’s sells these colorful slices all year long with five layers of alternating color bands and vanilla frosting. Who can resist? $3.99/slice

Practically Anything at Homestyle Desserts

24 South Water St, Peekskill; 914.737.4659

A perennial Best of Westchester winner, this old-school bakery regularly churns out its iconic rainbow cookies — including traditional rainbow cookies embedded in chocolate chip cookies. You can also get these cookies vegan and gluten-free. Say when. Or get yourself a slice of rainbow cheesecake because you deserve to treat yourself. Prices vary.

Rainbow Cookie Frappe at How Ya Brewing Coffee Co.

5 Fisher Ave, Tuckahoe; 914.222.9280

How Ya Brewing was born when two friends from the Bronx decided that Tuckahoe needed a traditional coffee shop. Since opening earlier this summer, the hotspot has been dishing up several espresso beverages, teas, refreshers, and frappes. This comes with a rotating menu of baked goods, with vegan and gluten-free options available. The most recent addition to this cafe is the Rainbow Cookie Frappe, combining espresso with freshly baked rainbow cookies and your choice of milk. You can also get a rainbow iced coffee. It’s $5.50 for a small and $6.50 for a large.

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