With bars and restaurants all around the metropolis dreaming up colorful specials for Seattle Pride, there may be by no means been a better time to taste the rainbow. We’ve accumulated these ephemeral beverages and treats for you here, from rainbow confetti cupcakes to glittery liquids to “pro-homosexual frosé.” For more thoughts, strive our delight calendar, our listing of Seattle food and drink specials to strive in June, and our full food and drink calendar.
Note: Availability may additionally range. Call ahead to be sure!
The cherished bakery chain has long past all out with terrific rainbow biscuit roulade desserts layered with vanilla madame filling and vanilla buttercream frosting at the Capitol Hill area, and buttery rainbow-striped shortbread and rainbow butter cake with vanilla buttercream at the West Seattle vicinity.
If you would like to pop a bottle of bubbly, the Madrona wine bar and shop is selling the colorfully packaged Spanish sparkling wine True Colours Cava.
The neighborhood shop claiming to have the “best bagels east of New York” was given in on the Technicolor a laugh 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 via the stop of June.
As consistent with the annual way of life, 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 percentage of income could be donated to OutRight Action International, a non-income working to stop violence and discrimination towards LGBTQ people.
Elysian’s beer GLITTERis, the reliable beer of Seattle Pride, capabilities “fruit-ahead hop character presenting blackberry and raspberry purees added into the fermenter” and is a glittery glitter beer with four.4% ABV. They’ll kick things off on Saturday with a delight pre-funk launch celebration with DJ Stas THEE Boss and a lager garden featuring an appearance via RuPaul’s Drag Race season 5 winner Jinkx Monsoon and different performers.
Tuck into a stack of the West Seattle community 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 fire up a few LGBT libations like the Baker’s Flag (named for the rainbow flag designed with the aid of 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). $four of every $14 cocktail will go to Seattle LGBTQ network center Lambert House.
Located quite simply near the Seattle Pride Parade, this downtown gelateria has treats like gelato, gelato desserts, pastries, and sundaes in each color of the spectrum.
Frankie & Jo’s
The plant-based totally ice creamery’s Harvey Strawberry Milk is a returning famous taste 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 residence-made strawberry jam. Five% of the income 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” could be donated to Camp Ten Trees, a residential summer time camp for LGBTQ kids and kids from LGBTQ families, and the Greater Seattle Business Association’s LGBT scholarship fund.