Madison menu items that celebrate Pride Month 🌈

Local restaurants and bakeries offering some rainbow-themed goodies, many that support LGBTQ causes
Photo courtesy of Icki Sticki

Take a look at a few of the colorful, Pride Month-supporting menu items we’ve seen around town:

Colectivo Coffee’s Pride-themed bakery items


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Colectivo Coffee is doing the most with its Pride-themed offerings. Not only can you order a Pride Lifter (which is a mix of Flora jasmine iced tea, lavender syrup, butterfly pea flower tea and lemonade), you can also enjoy a Pride Sugared Heart Shortbread Cookie or the vegan and gluten-free Confetti Vanilla Cream Cookie Sandwich. 10% of all cafe sales during the month of June will be donated to LGBTQ organizations in Milwaukee, Madison and Chicago. Multiple locations,

Colectivo’s Pride Blend


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The coffee shop also has a special edition coffee blend available through June 30. Every $1 from each sale with be donated to the Human Rights Campaign, which advocates for equality under the law for the LGBTQ community. The bean origins for this blend are meant to shed light on the progress made in Latin American countries toward marriage equality. Multiple locations,

A vegan sammie from Just Veggiez


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Just Veggiez has another vegan palate-pleasing Pride item: The Pride Sandwich, which is a “turkey” patty topped with lettuce, tomatoes, cheddar cheese, vegan bacon and dill ranch sauce served in a rainbow bagel. Order online and pick it up in Christine’s Kitchens parking lot. 2817 E. Washington Ave., 608-443-9111

A frozen treat from Tart Baked Goods


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Tart Baked Goods has made some funfetti ice cream sandwiches out of FEED Kitchens to be sold at Pasture and Plenty, The Cider Farm tasting room and through Vitruvian Farms online store.

Cheers to Pride at Vintage Brewing Co.

Ever $1 per drink sale for this Loud and Proud Margarita from Vintage Brewing Co. will go to OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center. The drink (which is one of four Pride drinks at Vintage’s four locations) features tequila, triple sec, chambord, house-made sour and fresh lime topped with hibiscus saison. Multiple locations,

Rainbow items from Bloom Bake Shop


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Love is Love at Bloom Bake Shop, which is going heavy on rainbow-colored buttercreams, cookies, cakes and cupcakes all month long. 1851 Monroe St., 608-509-7669,

Doughnuts from Bloom Bake Shop


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Pick up these rainbow-glazed, cake-style doughnuts from Bloom Bake Shop in celebration of Pride Month. 1851 Monroe St., 608-509-7669,

Rainbow grilled cheese from Icki Sticki


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We’re in Wisconsin, after all, so this rainbow-colored grilled cheese doesn’t totally surprise us. Our staff just can’t decide if we love this rainbow rendition or if we can’t stomach the color shock. But Icki Sticki promises it tastes delicious, so we’ll take their word for it. 103 S. Main St., Verona, 608-301-6346; 1225 Springdale St., Mount Horeb, 608-640-7470,

The Pride Shake from Shake Shack at Hilldale


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This Pride Shake from Hilldale Shopping Center’s Shake Shack supports The Trevor Project. So when you buy this strawberry and blackberry frozen custard shake that’s topped with mango and passion fruit blend, whipped cream and some rainbow glitter, 5% of the proceeds will support the national organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth.  558 N. Midvale Blvd., 608867-2013,

Settle Down Tavern’s T-shirts

OK, you can’t eat this one. But Settle Down Tavern is donating 100%(!) of the profits from these T-shirts to OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center. Smash one of Settle Down’s Good Idea burgers and walk away with some new Pride apparel that supports a local organization. 117 S. Pinckney St., 608-442-6335,

Editor’s Note: Know of another menu item in the Madison area that celebrates Pride Month? Email before the end of the month and we’ll add it to the list! 

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