Food Specials

Where to Get Food & Drink Specials for Pride 2022 in Seattle

Rainbow Cookies, Pride-Themed Beers, and More
June 1, 2022
Get your hands on some rainbow-striped sugar cookies with yuzu-infused white chocolate, available at Marination and Super Six. (Marination)
Taste the rainbow with an assortment of vibrant pride specials from local bars and restaurants. We've gathered these ephemeral drinks and treats for you here, from rainbow-striped sugar cookies at Marination and Super Six to the "Lambert Sour" cocktail at Mioposto. For more ideas, check out our guide to the biggest Pride events you need to know about, our Pride calendar, and our food and drink guide.

Aslan Brewing
For the fourth year in a row, the Bellingham-based craft brewery Aslan Brewing is bringing back "B Proud," a hazy IPA with an "aromatic punch of honeydew and grapefruit," "flavors of lemon, wet cedar, and sweet orange," and a "smooth body bolstered by a high percentage of wheat." Proceeds from B Proud will benefit Northwest Youth Services' Queer Youth Project, which supports and advocates for at-risk and homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
Fremont, Bellingham
Pickup, dine-in

Bok a Bok
Next time you're loading up on crispy Korean-inspired poultry from this local fried chicken chain, you can add one of the business's pride unicorn pins designed by artist Al Jiggs Paredes to your order. Proceeds go directly to Lambert House, a community center for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth in the greater Seattle area.
Various locations
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Cupcake Royale
The queer-owned cupcakery's popular "The Gay" cupcake, featuring rainbow confetti cake, vanilla buttercream, rainbow confetti sprinkles, and a petite sugar rainbow, is now available all year-round, but it's still a great option for Pride Month. 
Various locations
Pickup, delivery

Dough Joy Add to a List
Capitol Hill's queer-owned vegan donut shop and cafe is selling colorful rainbow donuts and trans pride donuts all month long. Pre-order is available for orders of 24 or more donuts.
Capitol Hill

The Flora Bakehouse Add to a List
Cafe Flora Add to a List 's sibling bakery is celebrating all month long with rainbow "cake cups" and rainbow "unicorn horns," both available daily. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Trans Justice Funding Project, a community-led funding initiative supporting grassroots trans justice groups in the United States. The business also has some other yet-to-be announced giveaways and announcements in store—we'll update here once more details are revealed.
Pickup, delivery, dine-in
Beacon Hill

Flying Lion Brewing Add to a List  
Flying Lion Brewing has reprised its summery Ripe with Pride Pale, made with strawberries and Huell Melon hops for "fresh fruit salad and smoothie vibes." The beer is available on draft and in cans. One dollar from every pint sold, as well as all proceeds from Flying Lion's accompanying limited-edition pride T-shirt, will go to Gender Justice League, a Seattle-based gender and sexuality civil and human rights organization.
Columbia City
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Future Primitive Brewing Add to a List
In collaboration with White Center Pride, the White Center brewery Future Primitive will celebrate the release of its Queer Beer IPA Add to a List on Thursday, June 2, with brewery tours and a special toast, plus DJs and performers for the night. The featured beer will be available both on tap and in to-go cans. Proceeds will benefit White Center Pride.
White Center
Pickup, dine-in

Hotel Sorrento Add to a List
At Hotel Sorrento's pride celebration Add to a List on June 5, you can dine on French toast with luxe variations like Grand Marnier strawberries, bourbon maple glaze, and bacon, sip Veuve Clicquot champagne and rosé, and enjoy entertainment from drag queen Queen Andrew Scott and DJ MIXX AMERICA.
First Hill

Marination and Super Six Add to a List  
In honor of Pride month, the gay-owned Marination restaurant group is selling rainbow-striped sugar cookies dipped in yuzu-infused white chocolate with colorful sprinkles, which they liken to "Fruity Pebbles in cookie form." One dollar from each $4 cookie will go toward the local charity Camp Ten Trees, a summer camp for LGBTQ+ kids.
Various locations
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Through June 30, the cozy pizzeria chain is now offering the elegant, well-balanced "Lambert Sour," a cocktail made with Ford's gin, Giffard Crème de Violette, Chambord, Peychaud's bitters, egg white, and lime juice. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the stunning drink will go to Lambert House.
Various locations
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Mighty-O Donuts
For the month of June, the organic and vegan favorite is selling pastel rainbow-striped vanilla sprinkle cake donuts.
Various locations
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Molly Moon's Ice Cream
The local ice cream parlor chain is scooping up four seasonal flavors in pretty pastel hues for Pride Month: blackberry, matcha strawberry, citrus sorbet, and vegan chocolate-covered strawberry. Indecisive? Get all four stacked up in a special pride cone. Ten percent of proceeds from the seasonal flavors and pride cone and 100% of proceeds from Molly Moon's pride merch will be donated to the Lavender Rights Project, GenPride, and Seattle's LGBTQ+ Center.
Various locations
Pickup or delivery

Moshi Moshi Sushi and Izakaya Add to a List
For their third annual pride special, the sushi and izakaya spot will donate $2 from each sale of their rainbow rolls throughout the month of June to the GSBA Scholarship Fund, which "awards scholarships to LGBTQ and allied students who exhibit leadership potential, demonstrate strong academic abilities, and are actively involved in school and community organizations."
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Queen Anne Beerhall Add to a List
This European-style beer hall is slinging the "PRIDE" burger, with five ingredients representing each community in the LGBTQ acronym: lettuce, guacamole, bacon, tomato, and queso.
Queen Anne
Pickup, dine-in

Serious Pie Add to a List and XOBC Cellars Add to a List
Want to take in the Seattle Pride Parade Add to a List in luxury? Tom Douglas Restaurants is teaming up with the winery XOBC Cellars (owned by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, her wife Catherine, and their friends Jeri and Amy Andrews) to offer front-row VIP seats to the festivities in front of Serious Pie, complete with Proud Sparkling Rosé, Pink Proud Water, and plenty of pizza.

Sugar Bakery
This bakery has you covered with a festive rainbow confetti sprinkle cake.
First Hill, Queen Anne
Pickup, delivery, dine-in

Tinte Cellars
The family-owned winery is accepting donations for the local nonprofit Gay City. From June 24-26, they'll also be selling a special "Red, White & Rosé" three-pack to celebrate pride, available at the winery's tasting rooms only.
Georgetown, Woodinville
Pickup, delivery

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