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Celebrate SF Pride & Support LGBTQ+ Owned Restaurants

Some ways to celebrate SF Pride this year.

San Francisco Pride is this weekend, and even though the 50th anniversary parade is canceled, there are still lots of ways to celebrate and stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community - which we should be doing not just during the month of June, but always. For starters, consider donating to local organizations like The Transgender District, the Oakland LGBTQ Center, and the SF Queer Nightlife Fund, and national organizations like The Okra Project, The Transgender Law Center, and G.L.I.T.S.

The city’s official virtual Pride celebration, headlined by Big Freedia and featuring tons of Bay Area activists, artists, and drag queens, is happening on June 27th and June 28th. Plus, Friday, June 26th is the first ever virtual Trans March, and there’s a Global Pride celebration on Saturday (performances and speeches will be livestreamed online for 24 hours).

If you’re comfortable attending a protest, head to Saturday’s Brown Love, Black Pride: Oakland to Stonewall march in Oakland, or Sunday’s Pride Is A Riot and the People’s March & Rally in San Francisco. You can also check out more planned protests that are standing in solidarity with the Black and LGBTQ+ communities here.

One more way to support? Order one of the pride-themed specials from these local LGBTQ+ owned restaurants, and check out Shop With Pride SF or Pink Spots for more ideas.




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Third Culture Bakery is selling ganache-filled rainbow chocolate bars throughout the month of June. 10% of proceeds will go to the National Black Justice Coalition. You can place your order online for pick-up at their West Berkeley shop. They’re also shipping nationwide.



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Canela, the Spanish restaurant in the Castro, has put together a Pride box that includes sangria, snacks, rainbow cocktail napkins, and rainbow candy.

Pass The Sauced


Pass The Sauced is a small business specializing in salsas and cooking sauces - and they just released a vegan, cashew-based chipotle sauce, Nacho Mama’s Quezo, in collaboration with The Uncreamery. You can submit an order form online (contactless delivery is available) or order one as part of La Cocina’s weekly food box (order this week’s Pride-themed box here).

In collaboration with Shop With Pride SF, Humphry Slocombe is offering an Ice Cream Pride Pack. It includes six pints for $60, and is available for nationwide shipping or pick-up this weekend. And if you stop by for a scoop during Pride weekend, they’ll add rainbow sprinkles for free.

In Bernal Heights, Pinhole Coffee is offering their own Pride Package, which includes coffee, an enamel pin, and a ceramic mug. It’s available for local delivery or nationwide shipping.

Hot Cookie’s Pride-themed, NSFW cookies and baked goods are available for pick-up or delivery at both of their locations in the Castro and Polk Gulch.

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