9 Rainbow Treats for Pride in San Francisco

Eat rainbows for breakfast and be the unicorns of the Silicon Valley! No pun intended, but let's celebrate pride with neighborhood businesses in San Francisco that tickle your fantasies for catching that elusive rainbow.

The Castro Fountain
Soda fountain, ice cream parlor, and bakeshop. The layered rainbow cake is back at this Castro staple.


A rare SF rooftop bar serves an an all-day menu from Executive Chef Jason Fox with daytime cocktails created by partners, BVHospitality. The pride special flight has a drink for each color of the rainbow: Red (Mezcal Negroni), Orange (Aperol Spritz), Yellow (Some Penicillin), Green (Matcha Gimlet), Blue (Corpse Reviver Number Blue), Indigo (Spicy Margarita), Violet (Aviation). Woot woot!

The prettiest and finest chocolates, hand crafted since 2003. It is ethically and sustainably sourced from reputable farms that produce the highest-quality beans that possess flavors unique to their country of origin. A portion of proceeds is for GLSEN. An organization that works to ensure that LGBTQ+ youth are able to learn and grow in a school environment free from bullying and harassment. Educating both students and educators in order to cultivate a safe and supportive environment for all K-12 students, regardless of sexual orientation, race, gender identity or expression.

Dragon Beaux
Dragon Beaux elevates the dim sum experience with a hot pot menu, roasted duck burritos, and an homage to local favorites like the Five Guys Xiao Long Bao, spinach skin and kale dumplings, an egg yolk lava bun, and the colorful xiao long bao (soup dumplings) made using natural ingredients: natural flour (white), beets (red), squid ink (black), spinach (green), and turmeric (yellow). How about colorful dim sum to spice up your palette?

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. 

Home Coffee Roasters

Home's signature style of latte art cannot be missed to celebrate Pride this month. Because who doesn't like a rainbow in their coffee?

Ice creamery with a sexy attitude, and distributed so highly (often with condoms that say #LICKTHAT). The Pride Sundae has two scoops of Harvey Milk & Honey Graham ice cream (or any flavor you want) with house-made pink marshmallow fluff and Fruit Loops.

Kokak Chocolates
"Kokak" means "ribbit" in the Filipino language. The proudly queer-owned shop in the Castro has an Out-And-Proud 6-Piece Pride Truffle Collection:⁣⁠ This collection features sixteen premium flavors: Passion Fruit proudly saying, "love is love is love," customer favorite Hazelnut Gianduja Praliné dressed in Pride flag colors, house-made Peanut Marshmallow, and tropical Banana Caramel.

Noe Valley Bakery

Celebrate with a piece of Noe Valley Bakery's Pride cake available in rainbow and trans layers. During the month of June, they will be donating 5% of Pride sales to LYRIC, an organization creating positive impact for our LGBTQIA youth & communities!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 
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