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The beloved bakery chain has gone all out with gorgeous rainbow biscuit roulade cakes layered with vanilla madame filling and vanilla buttercream frosting at the Capitol Hill location, and buttery rainbow-striped shortbread and rainbow butter cake with vanilla buttercream at the West Seattle location.
The local shop claiming to have the "best bagels east of New York" got in on the Technicolor fun with a highly pigmented rainbow-swirled plain bagel. They've also created a rainbow-marbled rye bread for Capitol Hill pastrami palace Dingfelder's Delicatessen, available through the end of June.
As per annual tradition, Seattle's original cupcakery has reprised their iconic "The Gay" cupcake with rainbow confetti cake, vanilla buttercream, rainbow confetti sprinkles, and petite sugar rainbows. Ten percent of sales will be donated to OutRight Action International, a non-profit working to end violence and discrimination against LGBTQ people.
Elysian's beer GLITTERis, the official beer of Seattle Pride, features "fruit-forward hop character featuring blackberry and raspberry purees added into the fermenter" and is a sparkly glitter beer with 4.4% ABV. They'll kick things off on Saturday with a pride pre-funk release party Like Add to a List with DJ Stas THEE Boss and a beer garden Like Add to a List featuring an appearance by RuPaul's Drag Race season five winner Jinkx Monsoon and other performers.
Tuck into a stack of the West Seattle neighborhood hangout's "unicorn pancakes"—lemon ricotta pancakes with strawberry compote, "unicorn whipped cream," and, of course, rainbow sprinkles.
From June 28-30, this rooftop bar atop the Charter Hotel will shake and stir up some LGBT libations like the Baker's Flag (named for the rainbow flag designed by Gilbert Baker, with tea vodka, lemon, Campari, and cava) and the Come As You Are (with cucumber lime vodka, Pueblo Viejo Blanco tequila, lime, cucumber, and firewater). $4 of each $14 cocktail will go to Seattle LGBTQ community center Lambert House.
Located conveniently near the Seattle Pride Parade Like Add to a List , this downtown gelateria has treats like gelato, gelato cakes, pastries, and sundaes in every color of the spectrum.
Frankie & Jo's
The plant-based ice creamery's Harvey Strawberry Milk is a returning popular flavor made in honor of gay rights activist Harvey Milk's birthday, with Hayton Farms strawberries and a coconut milk base with chia seeds and swirled with house-made strawberry jam. 5% of the sales from scoops and pints for the month of June will go to the Harvey Milk Foundation.
Ballard and Capitol Hill
A portion of the proceeds from Fremont Brewing's "Pride Kolsch" will be donated to Camp Ten Trees, a residential summer camp for LGBTQ youth and youth from LGBTQ families, and the Greater Seattle Business Association's LGBT scholarship fund.
For every ice cream sandwich and Joe mocha sold at Pike Place's recently opened chocolate factory and espresso bar between June 28-30, $1 will be donated to POCAAN (People of Color Against AIDS Network).
For Pride month, Edouardo Jordan's James Beard Award-winning gem created a special colorful, multi-flavor version of their signature "flip" popsicle to "commemorate the diversity among our staff, patrons to our restaurant, food purveyors & producers, and fine folks of the Ravenna and greater Seattle area alike."
The local burger joint's PrideFest Burger consists of a Blazing Bagels rainbow bagel piled high with Painted Hills grass-fed beef, Hills bacon, sliced tomatoes, butter lettuce, sliced red onions, and American cheese, with spicy fry sauce cream cheese and mayo. Proceeds will go to Seattle PrideFest.
Molly Moon’s Ice Cream
In lieu of their usual monthly special sundae, the company is offering the "Pride Cone," a vibrant cone with scoops of all four seasonal flavors (Strawberry Rhubarb Sorbet, RGB Passionfruit Sherbet, Vegan Matcha, and Blackberry) stacked on top for a rainbow effect. Ten percent of the proceeds for the Pride Cone will be donated to Gay City, Three Dollar Bill Cinema, and Ingersoll Gender Center.
Luxuriate in a giant beer garden with frosty drink specials Like Add to a List from Nacho Borracho's ever-churning boozy slushie machines while taking in tunes from DJs Tim, Rainbow Tay, and Larry's Lounge.
Oddfellows Cafe + Bar
For Pride, Oddfellows is selling "Pride Krispies," a rainbow-tinged, Fruity-Pebble-flecked take on the Rice Krispy treat. $1 from each one sold will go to Lambert House.
The Charter Hotel's upscale Argentine-inspired steakhouse will donate proceeds from their two pride-themed cocktails—Stonewall Punch, with rose vodka, lemon, cherry liqueur, and sparkling rosé, and Watermelon Rose, with cucumber lime vodka, watermelon puree, lime, and mint—to Lambert House.
Piroshki on 3rd
The Russian restaurant and cafe is baking up three pride-ready specials this month: a Neapolitan mousse cake with vanilla mousse filled with cherry gelee and cherry panna cotta on top of a chocolate sponge cake; a raspberry roll made of vanilla sponge cake, filled with raspberry Chambord cream cheese frosting and raspberry bits; and a vegan pride cheesecake with layers of blueberry, blackberry, raspberry, and passionfruit cashew cheesecake.
Columbia City's Hawaiian- and Asian-influenced neighborhood joint's refreshing rainbow-striped "pride pops" are made with pineapple and liliko’i (passionfruit) lemonade. As if that's not enough, they also have frosty pink "pro-gay frosé" for adults. Proceeds from both go to Entre Hermanos, a local nonprofit serving Seattle's Latinx LGBTQ community.
The farm-to-table haven tucked away in a Wallingford craft bungalow will offer a Big Gay Rosé flight with a sampling of pink wines for $12. A dollar from each purchase will be donated to Camp Ten Trees.
Strut up to the bar at Tulio and order an "Everybody Say Love!" (Bacardi, blueberry syrup, and lime juice, topped with Moscato), a "My Good Judy" (Absolut vodka, grapefruit juice, Giffard Pamplemousse, white sambuca, topped with Moscato and a Peychaud's bitters float), or a "Bye, Felicia" (Bulleit Rye, amontillado, dry vermouth, and muddled basil, topped with Moscato).
This sophisticated restaurant inside the Olive 8 Hotel will be pouring appropriately glittery pride-themed cocktails through the rest of June, including the Pride Star (pomegranate vodka with sparkling edible stars) and the Rainbow City (rice-infused rum, simple syrup, half-and-half, and rainbow glitter).