“The Gay” is back. Cupcake Royale’s signature confetti cupcake is swirled in vanilla buttercream and decorated with a sugar rainbow. Also available: “The Gay” Triple Vanilla ice cream with rainbow sprinkles, and “Gaybie” miniature cupcakes in assorted colors, topped with vanilla buttercream and—you guessed it—rainbow sprinkles. Photos via Cupcake Royale.
Big Mario's Pizza
Pike/Pine's drunken pizza mecca is dishing out rainbow slices for those looking to celebrate with something savory. These colorful pies are topped with red onions, green peppers, yellow cherry tomatoes, and more. Photo via Big Mario's Pizza.
Crumble and Flake
One of pastry guru Neal Robertson's classic French confections got a rainbow makeover for Pride. Try the colorful new lemon-lavender-cherry macarons, available this week for $2.50 each. Photo via Crumble and Flake.
The bakery on Madison unveiled a particularly vibrant shortbread sugar cookie for Pride week, complete with a swirl of rainbow frosting. Available for $2.50 each or $30/dozen. Photo via Sugar Bakery.
Donna Lawson's custom bakeshop in West Seattle dressed up one of its most popular flavors in celebration of Pride. June’s colorful flavor is the Rainbow Rolo: a chocolate cake stuffed with caramel sauce, topped with caramel buttercream, and rolled in rainbow sprinkles. Available for $35/dozen. Photo via Stuffed Cakes.
Belltown's duo of biscuit shops is celebrating Pride with the addition of the “Proud Unicorn”: a white chocolate-blueberry latte with whipped cream, a cookie “horn,” and rainbow sprinkles. Photo via Biscuit Bitch.
Regent Bakery and Cafe
The Capitol Hill Chinese restaurant and bakery is offering a colorful (and presumably labor-intensive) take on its classic cheesecake at just $3.95 per slice. Photo via Regent Bakery and Cafe.