A round-up of the best pride-themed food events that will help ensure you get to taste the rainbow while partying at Pride this weekend. 

From street food to colour-changing mimosas, you won’t be able to think straight. 

Arcobaleno - Brunch and pool party barbecue

Arcobaleno in Kemp Town is offering a Pride brunch from 9am to 1pm and a pool party-themed barbecue on Friday, August 5. 

In addition to Maltese-inspired food, a Sunday recovery breakfast and countless pre-pride parties, the LGBTQ+  bar and restaurant serves mean girls-inspired cocktails. 

All cocktails are £10. 

Brighton Makers Market - Street food 

Brighton Makers Market is holding a Pride special on Saturday, August 5, at 10am in Queens Road, Brighton. 

The market is offering iced drinks and street food so you can fuel up before browsing through the creative stalls that are hosting a range of local talent. 

There will also be professional glitter and face painting stations for people to get Pride party-ready. 

Queens Hotel - Bottomless brunch 

This Pride-themed brunch is the perfect hair of the dog to keep the weekend going. 

Running at 12.30pm and 1.30pm on Sunday, August 6, the brunch is 90 minutes and includes bottomless bubbles, a vibrant brunch menu and camp music classics. 

It costs £34.50 per person and is at the Queens Hotel in Kings Road, the perfect location to continue onto the street parties. 

The West Hill Tavern - bottomless brunch

Another spot to indulge in bottomless fizz and boogie to pride party tunes. 

The West Hill Tavern located in Buckingham Place is offering brunch pizzas, mimosas and jelly shots for £30 per person on Saturday, August 5th. 

£5 from every bottomless brunch will also be donated to the Brighton Rainbow Fund to help them continue the fundraising work they do for Brighton and Hove LGBTQ+ communities. 

The Salt Room - Pride brunch and watch spot 

This annual pride party is in a prime parade-watching spot, located right on the seafront in Kings Road. 

The Salt Room is serving its signature dishes along with a margarita bar and live DJs. 

For £85 per person you can book a drinks and snacks package from 10:30am on Saturday, August 5. 

This venue is also donating £5 for every ticket sold to The Rainbow Fund. 

Charlie’s Grinder - Coffee and camp cake 

Start your weekend off with a coffee and a cake at this new coffee shop inside Popstacular, the clothing shop in North Road. 

The coffee shop is decorated with queer artwork and named after the LGBTQ dating app, Grindr. 

On Saturday they will have DJs, camp cakes and more goodies to give you a caffeine kick before the festival. 

Red Rooster - Bottomless brunch 

This top brunch spot is going all out Friday to Monday this Pride weekend serving glittery hotdogs, golden pancakes and colour-changing mimosas. 

The brunch runs from 10am to 4pm and the venue is known for outrageous pride decor in previous years. 

The brunch lasts for 90 minutes and costs £35 per person at either their St James's Street or Brighton Dome locations.