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Knock knock. Who's there? Rainbow pizza at Big Mario's. Photo via Big Mario's Facebook

You are no doubt already counting down to weekend fun times. But before you launch yourself into the weekend’s festivities, we’ve rounded up a list of Seattle spots that are showing their pride via, yup, a lot of rainbow-hued food and drink.

Here are some rainbow flag–bedecked restaurants to check out for your Pride weekend dining.

5 Point Cafe
Your favorite dive bar off Denny way is throwing a party fit for a queen: pig roast, drink specials, and KEXP deejays providing the tunes from 10am to 6pm on June 26.

Nacho Borracho
Starting at noon this Saturday, head to this outdoor garden party “filled with babes, booze, and amazing jams.” Food and drink specials aplenty.

Rachel’s Ginger Beer
We said it once, but we’ll say it again: happy hour all weekend, fried chicken sliders, music, and movies, y’all.

Dumpling Tzar 
While there won’t be any rainbow dumplings here, this Capitol Hill location will be donating a portion of their weekend profits to the surviving victims in Orlando to aid them in their recovery. Eating dumplings in the name compassion? Uh, yes please.

Gnocchi Bar
All weekend long: $1.50 oysters, free toppings for gelato,—it will be raining Pride sprinkles—and $1 for every gnocchi-and-meatballs dish will go Seattle’s Lambert House.

Big Mario’s
Behind these rainbow doors are slices of rainbow pizza atop rainbow plates. Also: free Pride stickers as well as gay pride t-shirts for sale.

Ernest Loves Agnes
Two words: Bottomless mimosas. But be cool. Also, a bunch of other brunch specials. A friendly tip: Make a reservation.

Lost Lake Cafe
This 24-hour diner will have Fruity Pebbles rainbow milkshakes for $5, rainbow straw included, plus free Pride stickers and postcards.

Sun Liquor Distillery
Special menu and Pride cocktails Friday through Monday. And you could even win a free pair of Alaska Airlines tickets just for Instagramming said Pride cocktail (let’s be real, you were probably going to do that anyway).

You can’t eat these camel-themed Pride t-shirts. But! You can look super cute in them while contributing to a good cause: Proceeds will go to Muslims United for Victims of Pulse Shooting. The shirts, designed by Joey Veltkamp, are $25 and can be purchased at Mamnoon, Mamnoon Street, and Anar.

Dine with Pride
Then, there are these 24 restaurants celebrating Pride with brunch, meal deals, and more.


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