13 Pride-Themed Food & Drink Specials Across PA

It’s Pride Month in Pennsylvania! In addition to going to Pride marches, parades and festivals, you can show up for the LGBTQIA+ communities by enjoying food and drink specials all across the state! Most of these businesses are donating proceeds from these specials to community organizations, meaning you’re also giving back while enjoying delicious and colorful treats!

Here are 13 Pride specials in PA to try throughout June:

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Jet Wine Bar Pride Flight: This intimate bar and lively patio focuses on wines from around the world, and all throughout the month of June, its Pride Flight is on deck. For $45 you can sip through this rainbow of wines, with a portion of all proceeds donated to the William Way Community Center. The wines include a Portuguese Vinho Verde, an orange Trebbiano-Malvasia blend from Italy, an Austrian skin contact Riesling, Vidal Blanc from Philly’s own Mural City Cellars, Ugni Blanc-Colombard Sparkling Blue from Burgundy, and a purple-ish Lacrima from Marche, Italy. 1525 South St., Philadelphia; (215) 735-1116.

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Okie Dokie Donuts Rainbow Pride: This South Philly bakery creates artisan donuts that are 100% gluten-free and 100% fun. During June, the weekly special is Rainbow Pride, a vanilla cream donut filled with vanilla rainbow glaze and rainbow sanding sugar. For each Rainbow Pride donut sold, Okie Dokie will donate $1 to the Attic Youth Center, which has been supporting LGBTQ+ youth in the Greater Philadelphia area since 1993. 1439 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia; (267) 237-3786.

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Cake Life Bake Shop Pride cookies & cakes: This queer-owned bakery celebrates Pride all year, but goes extra hard in June! This year, it’s offering sparkly Pride-themed, heart-shaped sugar cookies; $1 from each one sold will be donated to the RHD Morris Home, which is the only residential recovery program in the country to offer comprehensive services specifically for the transgender and gender-expansive community. 1306 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia; (215) 268-7343.

Patchwork Restaurant & Bar Mattachine Cocktail: Named after The Mattachine Society, a secret Los Angeles-based activist group in the 1950s, this fun cocktail combines vodka, Lillet Blanc, ginger, and lemon which is shaken and poured over a hibiscus ice cube and sprinkled with edible glitter. The drink serves some drama, as it changes color as the ice cube melts! $2 from every Mattachine cocktail will be donated to the William Way Community Center. 1620 Chancellor St., Philadelphia; (215) 985-1234.

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Hip City Veg The Love Shake: Plant-based fast food is Hip City’s m.o., and it’s won over the hearts of omnivores and vegans, alike, with its creative, delicious offerings. To celebrate Pride, Hip City is bringing back The Love Shake, a vegan milkshake made with organic vanilla soy ice cream, strawberries and rainbow sprinkles! It will be donating 5% of proceeds from this drink to the William Way Community Center. 214 S. 40th St., Philadelphia; (267) 244-4342; 121 S. Broad St., Philadelphia; (267) 296-9001; 127 S. 18th St., Philadelphia; (215) 278-7605; 76 Coulter Ave., Ardmore; (484) 410-2860.

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Forest & Main Beyond Completion Pride IPA: This craft brewery, which is hyper-dedicated to local ingredients, releases Beyond Completion each year, a special IPA with proceeds benefiting the Attic Youth Center. The 2023 batch is a blend of barley and oats, hopped with Mosaic and Amarillo for tasting notes that include blueberries, mango, peach juice, Nilla wafers, pineapple upside down cake and fresh-squeezed orange juice.⁣ 33 E. Butler Ave., Ambler.

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Hrysek Farm Pride Roast Coffee: This Poconos-based coffee start is owned by life and business partners Adam Hrywnak and Brian Polnasek (read more about them here!), who turn out small batches of artisan coffee in their garage-turned-roasting facility. For Pride, they’re offering a special Tanzania Peaberry coffee, with “fierce floral citrus” tasting notes.

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Our Town Brewery Pride Parade Raspberry Petite IPA: Not only is this pretty pink beer named Pride Parade, it’s also supporting a real-life Pride parade! This is a light-bodied session IPA (just 4.2% ABV) conditioned on fresh raspberries and dry hopped with Strata hops, which doubles down on the berry notes. $1 from every one of these fruity, hazy brews will be donated to Lancaster Pride. 252 N. Prince St., Lancaster; (717) 945-7694.

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Decades Pride Daiquiri Cocktail Pouch: Pop into Decades to bowl a few rounds, play some retro video games, and refresh yourself with a special Pride cocktail in a portable pouch! A party-ready blend of pineapple-infused rum, lime, strawberry, and banana liquor glammed up with edible glitter. And, $1 from each of these cocktail pouches will be donated to The Lancaster LGBTQ+ Coalition all throughout June. 438 N. Queen St., Lancaster; (717) 282-1421.

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Square One Coffee Trans Joy Latte: In a clever echo of the trans pride flag, the vegan pink and blue Trans Joy latte from Square One combines oolong tea tinged blue with butterfly pea flower and peach nectar, topped off with hibiscus berry medley cold foam. A portion of each Trans Joy sold will be donated to a Trans Mutual Aid fund that directly helps trans youth in need. 145 N. Duke St., Lancaster; (717) 392-3354.

The Tria Prima Fruity Rainbow Chia Cups: The allies at this adorable cafe that features tea, herbs and vegan, gluten-free baked treats, have launched a special Pride-themed fruity rainbow chia cups, layered with graham cracker crumbs, strawberry hibiscus orange, mango golden milk, banana matcha, blueberry and dragonfruit chia smoothies. 6 W. 4th St., Williamsport; (570) 360-5016.

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Millie’s Ice Cream Rainbow Haven: To celebrate Pride Month in 2023, this beloved creamery is dishing up Rainbow Haven, a vanilla cream ice cream base spun through with cotton candy cookies from BB&Bur Bakery. Proceeds from every scoop will be donated to Proud Haven, a local nonprofit that supports the needs of homeless and at-risk trans, non-binary, and queer youth and young adults. Multiple locations in Western PA.

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Square Cafe Love Cocktail and Lotta Love Latte: Between June 6 and 12, you can try two special Pride drinks at Square Cafe! One is the Love Cocktail, a fun mix of Stateside Vodka, triple sec, blue raspberry, lemon-lime soda and grenadine, with a non-alcoholic mocktail version also available! The second is Lotta Love Latte, oat milk latte brewed with white chocolate, blueberry and cinnamon sugar. 134 S. Highland Ave., Pittsburgh; (412) 244-8002.

Where else have you seen Pride specials in PA? Let us know on the PA Eats Facebook page!