June is Pride Month, and we’re celebrating all month long by highlighting LGBTQIA-owned spots near you!
Looking for more ways to make a direct positive impact? We’ve also added GLAAD to the Seated Store, so you can use your rewards to donate all year long.
Learn more about GLAAD here, and check out a few must-try community faves:
Julius’ – NYC
Designated a national landmark in 2016, this legendary West Village tavern with a prominent place in local LGBTQIA history has been serving since the 1860s. 100 years later, it was the site of a key gay rights protest.
Fonda – NYC
Born in Mexico City, renowned chef and cookbook author Roberto Santibañez brings his signature Mexican cuisine to NYC with locations in both Manhattan and Brooklyn. These welcoming spots are relaxed, welcoming, and authentic!
Superfine – NYC
Queer vibes abound at this women-owned DUMBO staple! Superfine is a haven for independent artists, and home to popular art shows, burlesque performances, and more. See why it’s been a local fave for 20+ years!
Easy Slider – Dallas
Haven’t spotted this funky, queer-owned food truck around town? Now you can find Easy Slider’s signature patties at Harvest Hall and in Deep Ellum, and see why this award-winner has become a local legend since opening in 2011!
Georgia Beer Garden – Atlanta
The biggest backyard in Downtown Atlanta belongs to this gay-owned beer garden in Sweet Auburn! Come for the positive, welcoming energy, and stay for the two dozen taps of local beers and ciders.
Twisted Soul Cookhouse – Atlanta
An icon of the Atlanta culinary and LGBTQIA scenes, Chef Deborah VanTrece puts a fresh spin on classic comfort cuisine with a menu inspired by her global travels! Don’t miss the menu of signature cocktails, like the No Cryin’ At The PYNK.
La Voile – Boston
The historic French brasserie comes stateside with locations in Brookline and on Newbury Street! Enjoy an authentic taste of France with an impressive, extensive wine list to match—there’s something for fans of every region.
Trident Booksellers & Cafe – Boston
The cafe at this classically cool independent bookstore is home to some irresistible casual bites for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, while the shop regularly hosts queer-friendly events like book club, speed dating, and game nights.