Celebrate and support Pride Month with specialty pride foods and cocktails in a fun, inclusive environment.
Nathan’s Beach Club
The iconic beach club is reopening with all new programming and experiences. From pop Mondays to karaoke Tuesdays and more, this inclusive space is the perfect place to sip on handcrafted cocktails while singing and dancing the night away. 1216 Washington Ave.
Renowned for its weekend brunch hosted by talented drag queens, R House offers an unforgettable experience. Featuring gourmet brunch treats, including delectable dessert cocktails, R House now serves an exclusive creation from Wynwood’s iconic Fireman Derek’s Bakeshop; the stop, drop & slay. This impressive rainbow ice cream sandwich features the bake shop’s handmade birthday cake ice cream sandwiched between two rainbow sprinkle cookies. Proceeds will go toward the Pridelines charity. R House will also host a variety of events throughout Pride Month. 2727 NW Second Ave
Partnering with Family Equality, the healthy hot spot’s various smoothie menu features vitamin-packed smoothies. This new smoothie line will donate proceeds to Family Equality, committed to fighting for LGBTQ+ families.
Bodega Taqueria y Tequila
In honor of Pride Month, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila is donating all proceeds from its app and website orders at all Bodega locations for June. Have a bite of delicious Mexican flavors or grab an agave, watermelon margarita while supporting the cause.
Beaker & Gray
This Wynwood bar and restaurant, known for serving a globally inspired menu of shareable delights, is celebrating Pride Month with their limited-time Bird Cage cocktail made with Casa Noble blanco tequila, maraschino, cantaloupe, purple corn, and tiki bitters. This delicious drink is available during dinners and weekend brunch through the entire month of June. 2637 N Miami Ave.
Cafe La Trova
Dance to your favorite 80’s music at Cafe La Trova. Throughout June, this vibrant spot is holding a weekend celebration serving a specialty drink, the mariposa cocktail. Made with Absolut Citron, guava-thyme syrup, elderflower liqueur, and lime juice, guests are encouraged to drink and dine on Cuban cuisine at the vibrant spot. The restaurant is also donating all proceeds from the mariposa to the Stonewall National Museum. 971 SW Eigth St., Miami
Celebrate Pride at chef Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse with a specialty Pride-themed cocktail, love is love, featuring grenadine, pineapple juice, coconut-flavored rum, and blue curacao adorned with an orange slice. The tropical drink with a sweet twist will benefit the Yes Institute, a local charity supporting the mental health of LGBTQ+ youth. 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami
The South American rooftop restaurant hosts a Pride Night every Thursday, offering a unique blend of rustic charm and casual comfort. Quinto’s food is robust and flavorful thanks to its signature open-fire kitchen. Quinto will donate a portion of Pride Night proceeds to Pridelines, a local charity that supports, educates, and empowers the LQBTQ+ community. 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami
The picturesque cafe inside Eden Roc Miami Beach offers an eclectic array of delicious Pride-themed desserts. Guests can enjoy a rainbow sherbet eclair, a macaron pack featuring a variety of flavors ranging from strawberry lemon shortcake to yuzu and guava, or the all you need is love cake platter featuring a brown butter red velvet cake with strawberry cream cheese buttercream. Guests can also request to taste the rainbow with the ultimate explosion cake, a rainbow vanilla cake with Madagascar vanilla buttercream, and a bursting sprinkle center. 4525 Collins Ave., Miami
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