Miami’s LGBTQ+ community knows how to celebrate life with gusto, and Pride Month is no exception. This vibrant city offers a plethora of ways to celebrate Pride – from dazzling Pride parades like Stonewall Pride Parade (Wilton Manors) and Miami Beach Pride to art exhibits and dance parties. But why not add a delicious twist to your Pride experience?

Wynwood, a trendy arts district, is home to a pioneering LGBTQ+ venue – R House. This hotspot offers a welcoming atmosphere and a menu that’s a love letter to Miami, featuring a delightful array of Pride-themed dishes. Indulge in the whimsical Unicorn Martini ($15), a piña colada topped with a festive explosion of whipped cream, marshmallows, rainbow sprinkles, and edible glitter.

Looking for a shareable treat? The Stop Drop & Slay ($25) is a showstopper – a larger-than-life rainbow ice cream sandwich featuring Wynwood’s favorite dessert emporium, Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop’s handmade Birthday Cake ice cream between two Rainbow Sprinkle Cookies. This decadent creation arrives at your table with sparklers, making it perfect for a celebratory moment. Speaking of Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop, you can also celebrate Pride with their rainbow treats, available at all three locations across South Florida. These delightful confections include the rich and buttery Rainbow Sugar Cookie and the triple-layered funfetti Vanilla and Chocolate Cakes covered entirely in rainbow sprinkles.

If you’re looking to support a worthy cause while indulging your sweet tooth, head to Toro Toro, a renowned Pan-Latin steakhouse. Throughout June, they’ll be serving the Love is Love cocktail ($15) – a vibrant concoction featuring Ciroc peach vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, lychee puree, and more. The best part? A portion of the proceeds goes to the YES Institute, a local charity dedicated to supporting the mental health of LGBTQ+ youth.

For those seeking an extra dose of sweetness, The Blakery offers the ultimate 6-ounce cookie creations. Their Slam Dunk’d cookie – a chewy cake batter cookie with rainbow sprinkles and white chocolate chips – is a delightful and festive treat, especially with its delicious homemade Dunkaroo frosting.

R House

There’s no doubt that Miami’s LGBTQ+ community will seize every opportunity to live loud and proud 365 days a year. Beyond being a warm weather hotspot for vacationers looking to party ‘til sunrise, the Magic City has a long, celebrated history as a safeguarded, tropical oasis for the queer community – a history that’s earned Miami its shining reputation as a sanctuary for LGBTQ+ folks. That said, several establishments in South Florida continue to preserve Miami’s reputation as queer mecca but, one stands out above all: whether you’re looking for drag, art, dancing, global cuisine, and/or all of the above, look no further than R House – Wynwood’s pioneering LGBTQ+ venue. Husband team Owen Bale and Chef Rocco Carulli opened R House together back in 2014. Chef Rocco’s menu is nothing short of a love letter to Miami – mixing the flavors of the Magic City’s Latin flair, his classic culinary training, and deep experience with global cuisine. Every day is one of pride at R House, and the dining destination has the most over-the-top menu offerings that are fit for all queens.

  • The Unicorn Martini ($15) is a piña colada topped with whipped cream, marshmallows, rainbow sprinkles, and edible glitter.
  • The Rainbow Churros ($12) with spiced liquid chocolate and whipped cream are also perfect for celebrating pride.
  • The Stop Drop & Slay ($25), is a larger-than-life shareable rainbow ice cream sandwich featuring Wynwood’s favorite dessert emporium, Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop’s, handmade Birthday Cake ice cream between two Rainbow Sprinkle Cookies. This treat is available during any seating at R House and arrives at the table with sparklers.

R House is located at 2727 NW 2nd Avenue in Wynwood. Telephone: (305)


Toro Toro

Celebrate Pride all month long at chef/restaurateur Richard Sandoval’s Pan-Latin steakhouse Toro Toro with a specialty Pride-themed cocktail with a sweet twist. Taste the rainbow during the month of June with the Love is Love cocktail featuring Ciroc peach vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, lychee puree, lemon juice, egg white and peach bitters topped with rainbow gummy candy ($15). For the third year in a row, a portion of the month’s sales of the Love is Love will benefit the YES Institute – a local charity supporting mental health of LGBTQ+ youth. For more information on the YES Institute, visit Toro Toro is located at 100 Chopin Plaza inside the InterContinental in Downtown Miami. Telephone (305)

Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop

Taste the rainbow with extraordinary sweet confections from South Florida’s favorite dessert destination Fireman Derek’s. Available at the bake shop’s three locations in Wynwood, Coconut Grove and Fort Lauderdale, indulgent rainbow treats include the rich, buttery Rainbow Sugar Cookie, and the triple-layered funfetti Vanilla and Chocolate Cakes covered entirely in rainbow sprinkles. Fireman Derek’s – Wynwood is located at 2545 N. Miami Avenue; Telephone: (786) 703-3623; Fireman Derek’s – Coconut Grove is located at 3435 Main Highway; Telephone: (786) 502-2396. Fireman Derek’s – Fort Lauderdale is located at 250 N. Federal Highway, Suite 1; Telephone: (954) 533-0810. For more information, please visit; follow on Instagram: @FDPies.

The Blakery

Treat your sweet tooth to The Blakery’s ultimate 6-ounce cookie creations. One of founder Blake Warman’s favorites is the Slam Dunk’d; a chewy cake batter cookie with rainbow sprinkles and white chocolate chips. Once baked, it’s filled with a delicious homemade Dunkaroo frosting which truly makes this treat a slam dunk indeed. Order Slam Dunk’d and other signature Blakery cookies such as Deep Dark Secret and PB & Yay! Online at A six-pack of cookies starts at $42. Shipping is available nationwide.

So, this Pride Month, celebrate Miami’s vibrant LGBTQ+ community with delicious food, dazzling events, and a whole lot of love!