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18 Pride Specials In Seattle To Know About

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18 Pride Specials In Seattle To Know About

Even though Seattle’s Pride parade is canceled, there are still lots of ways to celebrate and stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. For starters, consider donating to local organizations like Lambert House, Gay City, Equal Rights Washington, and national organizations like The Okra Project, The Transgender Law Center, G.L.I.T.S., and the Human Rights Campaign.

One more way to support? Order something delicious from one of the following spots offering Pride specials this weekend. And for even more ideas, check out Intentionalist’s list of Seattle’s LGBTQ+ owned businesses.

THE SPOTS

Cafe Flora 2901 E Madison St

This excellent vegetarian restaurant in Madison Valley is hosting a Pride pop-up for the entire weekend of June 27-28. From 9am-2pm, they’ll be selling various pastries from cashew lemon scones to cauliflower and dill croissants. The real star of the show is a beautiful vegan rainbow layer cake - whole cakes are sold out, but you can enter their giveaway to get one for free, or buy some by the slice. Check out their full menu here. All profits from the pop-up will go toward the Trans Justice Funding Project.

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

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The first Pride was a riot led by Black trans woman. When we celebrate Pride weekend here at Flora, we seek to honor our history and remember that our current civil rights stem from the bravery of the most marginalized. Next weekend, June 27-28, we’ll be donating all profits from our Pride weekend @theflorabakehouse pop-up to @transjusticefp. Come enjoy Rainbow Cake + Sprinkle Cookies + Glorious Baked Goods + Colorful Cocktails while helping raise funds for our continued liberation. Pre-orders of 6” cakes are available online and we will be selling by the slice as well! . . . “No pride for some of us without liberation for all of us.” - Marsha P Johnson. Link in our profile for more information on the Trans Justice Funding Project. Illustration by @pleased.co

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Tilth 1411 N 45th St

This American restaurant in Wallingford is serving rainbow sherbet through the end of June, which you can order by the pint online.

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

Lady Yum 2130 6th Ave

Lady Yum is an excellent macaron bakery and Champagne bar with a few locations around the city. They’re selling a bunch of sweets and items in celebration of Pride, like rainbow macaron samplers, colorful marzipan brownies, four-packs of House Wine’s sparkling rosé‎ Pride cans, and a “Pride Inside Party Box,” which contains all of the above. Plus, a portion of Lady Yum’s Pride proceeds will go toward the Human Rights Campaign.

Cupcake Royale 1111 E Pike St

Our favorite dessert at this bakery and ice cream shop is back - Cupcake Royale’s Gay cupcake is available through the end of June, both online and in their cafes. They also make a really good ice cream with these confetti cupcake crumbles folded in (which is actually available the entire year).

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

Oddfellows Cafe & Bar 1525 10th Ave
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If you’re a fan of this Capitol Hill cafe’s once-a-year Pride Krispy Treat made with Fruity Pepples, it’s back. Oddfellows is also selling a t-shirt with a rainbow version of their logo, and all the proceeds of the shirts will go toward both the Lavender Rights Project and the Washington Black Trans Force.

Stoup Brewing 1108 NW 52nd St

Stoup is a fantastic brewery in Ballard, and to celebrate Pride, you can buy cans of their Rainbow Bubbles IPA. It’s “moderately dry and extremely crushable,” perfect to drink on repeat for the whole weekend. Order your cans online at their website.

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

Bakery Nouveau 4737 California Ave SW

Through the end of the month, the West Seattle location of our favorite bakery in town is selling rainbow butter cakes. Only full cakes are available, but if you’re looking for something smaller, you’ll also find rainbow eclairs and frosted sugar cookies.

Cure 1641 Nagle Pl

Cure is selling a Pride Margarita Kit, which makes six cocktails (one for each color of the rainbow). They’re also donating 15% of those proceeds to Allyship, an organization that works towards racial, gender, and economic justice. Order yours here.

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We stay strong. We move forward. We will not let looters destroy our voices. We are extremely grateful that Capitol Hill's community is standing up for peaceful protests, and the best thing we can do is stay strong, continue supporting small business, and even supporting seattle non-profits. 15% of proceeds from our Pride Margarita Kit will go to the Allyship Organization. Kits are available now link in bio. Now, more than ever, we agree with their values of activism strategies, and anti-racism values. Given the social discourse - it's more important than ever to find causes worth fighting for. We've chosen to partner with Allyship http://allyship.org/ - LGBTQ Allyship builds power among LGBTQ communities and allies in Washington State to work towards economic, racial, and gender justice. We do this through community organizing, education, advocacy, and developing grassroots leadership in solidarity with other marginalized communities. Values All oppressions are interconnected. Activism, strategies, practices reflect anti-racism values. Social justice, fairness, compassion, democracy, accountability, and transparency are reflected within the organizational structure and practices. A movement or organization is built one person at a time. Our cocktail kits have been featured in @komo4 @seattlemet and @king5evening @thestranger @seattltetimes come see why! COCKTAIL KITS, SHOT FLIGHTS, AND PRE-MADE READY TO DRINK COCKTAILS. FREE DELIVERY. Our @curecocktail SIGNATURE #Manhattans, #Negronis, #Margaritas - ready to drink in a sealed Mason Jar. Top of the line, Top of the shelf. Because Cocktail is our middle name (and last). Now available FREE delivery (with our sandwiches, flatbreads and charcuterie boards, food purchase is required by law!). Order now at www.curecocktail.shop or call (206) 568-5475 for pickup or FREE delivery! #pnw #pnwlife #Seattle #seattlerestaurants #seattleeats #seattleflowers #seattlefood #seattlelife #seattlestrong #seattlefoodie #seattlestrong #seattlefoodies #bartending #manhattan #margarita #oldfashioned #whiskeysour #prideseattle #blacklivesmatter #seattleprotest

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This great donut bakery with locations around Seattle is selling a tasty Pride donut through the end of the weekend. And, if you order a half-dozen or full dozen, you’ll receive a complimentary mini Pride flag.

La Dive 721 E Pike St.

This natural wine bar on Pike is offering a Pride Pack for $130, and they offer same-day delivery if you order by 2pm.

Trophy Cupcakes 1815 N 45th St Ste 209

When you buy any Pride cupcake from Trophy, they’ll donate 20% of those sales to Seattle Pride. They’re also selling a rainbow-striped bottle of cava from True Colours, and a portion of those proceeds go to G.L.A.A.D.

A La Mode Pies 5821 Phinney Ave N

We’ve never had pie made by unicorns, but A La Mode claims that’s who’s behind their rainbow vanilla bean cheesecake. It’s only available for curbside pickup, and you can choose between a chocolate or graham cracker crust. Order online here.

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

Fremont Brewing Company 1050 N 34th St

Fremont Brewing released a Pride kölsch this year, and a portion of those proceeds will go to Pride Foundation. You can learn more and order four-packs on their website.

Tres Lecheria 2315 N 45th St

This Wallingford bakery specializes in tres leches cakes, and on Saturday, June 27th, they’re selling exclusive Pride-themed cake slices out of their takeout window from 12-3pm (or until they sell out). You can learn more information here.

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

Through the end of the month, Dingfelder’s is serving their pastrami sandwiches on “Pryde Rye.” Learn more on their website.

Footprint Wine Tap 1222 E Madison St. Suite c

This on-tap wine bar has a few Pride specials through the weekend, including a couple of wine-based cocktails, and they’ll also deliver from 4-8:30pm. Learn more on their website

  • LGBTQ-Owned Business

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Happy Pride Week! Starting this Friday and through Sunday (🌈Pride Weekend🏳️‍🌈) we'll be doing All Day Happy Hours and we're featuring some Pride Wine Drink Specials! We believe the best cocktails always startswith a great base liquor, and in the case of a wine cocktail, a great base wine. Our wonderful Wine Bar Associate, David Marshall, created a couple fine 'wine-tales' for your Pride Palate Pleasures. Try our 'Melon Ball' (pic on left) made with magnificent Melon de Bourgogne, a good splash of Sparkling Blanc de Blancs, hint of Melon liqueur and expression of fresh lemon -- you'll be under a Summer spell in no time! Feeling a bit more bold? Try our 'Mer-hattan' (pic on right) made with marvelous Merlot, Vermouth, Angostura Bitters and expression of fresh orange -- savor the balanced notes of dark plum, ripe cherry, herbs, spice and citrus! We're open everyday w/ **Special Hours & Delivery Service This Weekend** Mon - Sat, 4p - 9p Fri Delivery Service, 4p - 8:30p **Special Hours this Sun 6/28, 11a - 6p, and we're offering a special delivery service from 11a - 3p!** Go to the link in our bio to pre-purchase your Pride Weekend Wines or RSVP for you and 4 guests now. Have a safe and Happy Pride Everyone! P.S. We have such awesome members like the one who randomly gifted us fabulous flowers -- you know who you are and Thank You 😍 #FootprintWineTap #PrideWeek #prideweekend #prideseattle #pridedrinks #blackpride #blackownedbusiness #lgbtqia #solidarity #membership #community #CapitolHill #seattlecapitolhill #ShopLocal #ShopSmall #SmallBusiness #ShopTheHill

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Macrina Bakery & Cafe 746 19th Ave E

Macrina’s is selling red velvet cupcakes with rainbow sprinkle-covered cream cheese frosting for Pride - and they’re available for pickup and delivery. Head to their website to learn more and place an order.

Blazing Bagels 1911 1st Ave S

Through the end of the month, you can celebrate Pride by ordering a rainbow bagel or a loaf of rainbow rye from Blazing Bagels. Learn more by checking out their Instagram.

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