Celebrate Pride All Month Long with These Rainbow Foods from Across the Country
For this vodka company, "Pride is not just a month it’s something the brand is always a supporter of (and has been since the early ‘80s)" a representative for the company says in a statement. This bottle is available for $19.99 in select liquor stores year round, and was designed in collaboration with Gilbert Baker who created the original LGBTQ flag.
Baked By Melissa
This cupcake shop turned their bite-size treats rainbow for the month of June. Purchase a Pride Pack (25 cupcakes for $28) and receive any of their original flavors topped with rainbow sprinkles and a rainbow sleeve. 10 percent of net proceeds will go toward The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City.
Pyramid Café at Luxor Hotel and Casino
The Pyramid Pride Stack is available all month long, and features fluffy buttermilk pancakes with rainbow cream between each one.
This spirits company launced a limited-edition rainbow bottle as part of their "different by design" campaign. $1 from every bottle made will be donated to to Outfest, and LGBTQ film-festival.
New York City
25 percent of proceeds from this limited-edition rainbow macaron box, available through the Lotte New York Palace's coffee shop and patisserie, will go toward the Human Rights Campaign.
This brand was created specifically to pay tribute to the LGBTQ community. They sell tequila and vodka in these bottles, featuring a felt fingerprint with a rainbow inside. "The rainbow inside the 3D felt material signifies that it's part of our DNA," the owner tells PEOPLE. "It's our Identity regardless of who you are." $1 per bottle goes to the GLAAD Foundation.
This cupcake eatery has launched limited-edition Pride mini boxes for the month of June, which are available by request and are customizable with messaging and rainbow toppings.
Backstage Deli at Luxor Hotel and Casino
In honor of pride and the MGM Resorts' sponsored album Universal Love, which features six love songs with changed pronouns to be more inclusive of the LGBTQ community, this deli created a "Universal Bundt Cake" made with vanilla funfetti cake, rainbow icing, edible glitter, a marshmallow pop and sprinkles.
This fast-casual salad chain recently announced their official sponsorship of NYC Pride for the third year in a row. In celebration, the company launched a limited edition salad, called the "Big Gay Garden Salad," with $1 from every salad sold to be donated to a local LGBTQ organization. The company is also selling Pride-themed shirts which read "Tossin' Salad Since 2006" in rainbow lettering.
This fast-casual burger joint blended a limited-edition strawberry shake, mixed with Shack-made lemonade and topped with whipped cream and rainbow sprinkles. $1 from every shake sold will benefit the Trevor Project, a crisis intervention and suicide prevention organization for LGBTQ youth. The restaurant also partnered with PINTRILL to create a line of Pride apparel, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Trevor Project.
Sugar Shack Donuts
This neighborhood favorite is celebrating Pride with a colorful treat. They topped their traditional yeast-raised dough with a strawberry glaze and rainbow sprinkles, and then rolled up an AirHead Xtreme for the middle to look like a rainbow. A portion of proceeds from the donuts will go toward the shop's ongoing partnership with local high school LGBTQ student organizations.
Ample Hills Creamery
This scoop shop is well-known for its unique flavors, and Pride month is no different. Their "Baby I Was Churned This Way" has a salty hazelnut ice cream base, mixed in with chocolate-covered and rainbow sunflower seeds. For every pint packed, the creamery will donate $1 to Brooklyn Pride.
This beer company brewed a limited-edition beverage at their Boston flagship. Love Conquers Ale is a Blackberry Basil Lime Gose, and $1 from every pint sold will go to Boston Pride.
Not only are these bagels rainbow—they're also kettle boiled and vegan. Ten percent of the proceeds from this limited-edition colorful treat go to Pride NW, a Portland-based organization that serves the Pacific Northwest LGBTQ community.
This upscale diner located inside Virgin Hotels Chicago will be serving a Fruity Pebbles Milkshake, blended with vanilla ice cream, milk, and Fruity Pebbles before it's topped with whipped cream, a Fruity Pebble rim and rainbow cookie in honor of Pride.
This year's "Love Wins" bottles are an extension of their 2017 campaign, in which they designed limited-edition colorful bottles featuring photos of real LGBTQ couples. No two bottles look the same, with each featuring a different photo and rainbow design. $1 from every bottle made will go to the Human Rights Campaign.
For one weekend only between June 24-26, this Manhattan steakhouse will be serving a "pride cube" in their margarita. The colorful block of ice is made by freezing layers of different purees, juices, and blue peaflower extract. Proceeds of sales will be donated to The Center, an LGBTQ community center in New York City.
203 Coffee Shop
This hotel coffee shop will be selling limited-edition heart-shaped sugar cookies with rainbow frosting for $2.50 through the month of June.
ICE CREAM BAR
New York City
At this summer pop-up shop, guests can create their own ice cream bars complete with toppings like peanut butter cups, rose petals, and dark chocolate crispy caviar. But during NYC Pride Week, the shop partnered with GLAAD to also offer a limited-edition rainbow bar, and on Wednesday June 20, guests can receive one for free.
BEER AND CHEESE
This pub partnered with Big Alice Brewing and Murray's Cheese for a limited-edition pairing. Big Alice Brewing created Bière De Fiérte (which translates to "Beer of Pride") in collaboration with the city's LGBT Craft Beer Meetup Group. Then Murray's Cheese created a specialty version of their "Little Hosmer" that's soaked in the Lemongrass Ginger Belgian Tripel (LGBT) beer. A portion of proceeds will go to New Alternatives, an LGBT Homeless Youth Center in NYC.
During a rooftop pool party atop the Kimpton Donovan Hotel, guests can relax with a boozy Pride Pop. $1 from each item sold will go to the Trevor Project.
SEX AND THE CITY COCKTAILS
This upscale Mediterranean restaurant launched a menu of Cosmopolitans in honor of Sex and the City's 20th anniversary, each of which are named after a member of the fab four. They took this opportunity to pair the menu with Pride, as they are donating $1 from every drink sold between June 6-10 to the Human Rights Campaign for Pride.
For every single one of their "Love is Love" cocktails sold, this casual eatery located in an art gallery will donate $1 to NOVA Pride. The limited-edition concoction is made with layers of mango, blue curacao, rum, sweet vermouth, pineapple juice, hibiscus syrup, and a meyers rum float.
Baked In Color
This creative cookie company is "baking with Pride" this June. The NYC-based shop, which ships their products nationwide, will be cooking two colorful cakes: one is a Rainbow Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake, and the other is a Brownie Oreo Rainbow Cookie Cake. A portion of proceeds from both cakes will go to The Center.
Order a Pride Pina at this rooftop bar all June. The drink is a traditional Pina Colada that's dusted with rainbow crumbles and topped with Fruit Loops cereal on a skewer.
Throughout the month of June, this neighborhood bakery will be serving "Baked This Way" cupcakes, which feature a rainbow swirled buttercream with silver sugar atop a vanilla or chocolate cupcake.
This eatery is bringing back their annual glittery rainbow cake for the month of June in honor of Pride. It's a seven-layer multicolored almond cake, separated by alternating layers of apricot and raspberry jams, topped with a dark chocolate glaze and edible glitter.