Eat with Pride: Uber Eats celebrates the LGBTQ+ community

June 6, 2018 | Los Angeles
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From rainbow cupcakes to LGBTQ+ themed fro-yo, Uber Eats restaurant partners are not only celebrating Pride this month, they're celebrating individuality, advocating for safe work environments, and bringing communities across the U.S. together. We’re sharing their stories to celebrate.

D.C. Pride: Commissary promotes a culture of community

Commissary, Washington D.C. Commissary, a restaurant in the heart of the LGBTQ+ neighborhood of Washington D.C., is always serving up boozy brunches and hearty dishes. However, they are committed to also serving a welcoming and inclusive space, for both staff and customers. Read more about how Commissary has brought their community together through times of tribulation, and how they are celebrating Pride this year.

READ COMMISSARY’S STORY >

How this West Hollywood yogurt shop celebrates Pride every day

Marta Knittel and Shoshana Joseph, Yogurt Stop Beyond serving up playful and unique frozen yogurt flavors, like the Lezbionic Tonic and Coming Out Batter, Yogurt Stop was created as a beacon of LGBTQ+ hospitality. Customers are treated like friends dining in owners Shoshana and Marta’s home.

FIND OUT HOW YOGURT STOP CELEBRATES PRIDE 365 DAYS OF THE YEAR >

Greg and Ken’s Pride-themed artisan cheeses at Pastoral

Pastoral Pride Stunt portrait 2880x2304 1 v01 Life partners for 25 years, Greg and Ken are the proud co-owners of Chicago’s Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine. Although they celebrate Pride annually from their cheese shop, Pride of 2004 was extra special: it was right before the grand opening of Pastoral! That year, the press called the store a ‘Pop and Pop Shop,’ and they’ve worn that as a badge of honor since.

DISCOVER PASTORAL’S PRIDE-THEMED CHEESE MENU >

This San Francisco sports bar is a home run for the LGBTQ+ community

Hi Tops, San Francisco If the slogan “Cold Pitchers, Hot Catchers” doesn’t lure you into San Francisco’s first gay sports bar, we don’t know what will. Dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community, Hi Tops has quickly become a popular place to drink and relax for all members of the community. “You don’t have to be gay… it’s just a place with great food that speaks to all different people,” co-owner Jesse Woodward says.

READ MORE ABOUT HI TOPS >

Jenni’s Noodle House

Jenni's Noodle House Where can you wear a feather boa, eat delicious homemade noodles, and listen to Madonna on repeat? At Jenni’s Noodle House in Houston, Texas of course! The restaurant has become a huge hit amongst the LGBTQ+ community for its fabulous food and oodles of fun. Owners Jenni and Scott Tranweaver decorate floats for Pride, collect donations for LGBTQ+ causes, and continue to be vocal allies of the community.

FOR MORE FABULOUS FUN, READ THEIR FULL STORY >

Cupcake Royale

Cupcake Royale, Seattle Cupcake Royale’s made-from-scratch cupcakes are not meant to impress, only to bring you joy. The best part is, they do both. Founded by Jody Hall with a mission to be the most joyful part of a person’s day, Cupcake Royale has made a profound difference in the LGBTQ+ community and beyond.

LEARN MORE ABOUT JODY’S INSPIRING COMING OUT STORY >

Get a taste of Pride with rainbow bagels from Baz Bagel

DSC 9831 v01 It’s not just the bright, rainbow bagels you spot on Instagram that will lure you into Baz Bagel. Those are just a bonus. This neighborhood cafe has become a Manhattan staple for the inclusive and welcoming environment they’ve created. “Our primary goal when creating Baz was that it be designed as a place filled with love,” founder Bari Musacchio says.

DISCOVER MORE ABOUT THEIR HAND-ROLLED RAINBOW BAGELS AND READ THE FULL STORY >

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