7 Colorful Eats to Celebrate Pride in San Francisco

Pride is just an extension of the Black History Month, a good reminder to give ourselves when Juneteenth falls in Pride Month. While the parade is cancelled this year, here are 7 spots to eat tasty rainbow (or unicorn!) themed foods in San Francisco and the Bay Area. Eat a rainbow, be happy!

Canela Bistro Bar

Canela's Pride box is perfect for hosting parties or as gifts. Box includes:
  • Sangria Kit - Fruit Puree and a Bottle of Red or White Wine
  • Fresh Fried Potato & Sweet Potato Chips
  • Rainbow Candy Mix
  • Marinated Spanish Olives
  • Manchego Cheese
  • Spanish Pork Chorizo
  • Spanish Rosemary Crackers
  • Rainbow Cocktail Napkins

Dynamo Donut

Taste the rainbow with the Very Berry Pride Donut -- fresh strawberries and blueberries folded into an orange zest base, dipped in an elderflower-champagne glaze and topped with rainbow sprinkles. Available during Pride week on June 27 and 28.

Home Coffee Roasters

Home's signature style of latte art cannot be missed to celebrate Pride this month.

Noe Valley Bakery

Celebrate while still sheltering in place with a piece of Noe Valley Bakery's Pride cake or gather safely in a group with a whole cake. You can grab it online or at their West Portal location.

Pinhole Coffee

The Pride Package includes a 12oz bag of “Masarap” coffee blend, #PinholeRainbow ceramic “tin style” mug and enamel pin! Sold online or with @shopwithpridesf.

Sift Dessert Bar

Enjoy Sift's sea of rainbow macarons only for the month of June. Ships nationwide.

Third Culture Bakery

Made in partnership with Denver chocolatier Liane PR, Third Culture's pride chocolate bars are handmade with ganache filling representing each of the colors on the rainbow flag: red is strawberry, orange is thai tea, yellow is yuzu, green is matcha, blue is sea salt caramel, and violet is ube sweet potato. 10% of all sales will be donated to The National Black Justice Coalition, a civil rights organization dedicated to the empowerment and public policies of Black LGBTQ+ people, including those living with HIV/AIDS. 

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