Intentionalist is excited to celebrate Pride Month by highlighting the small LGBTQ-owned businesses that shape our communities, along with the people and stories behind them.
To help you #SpendLikeItMatters, here’s the In-TEN-tionalist guide to Pride 2019 in Seattle:
5 LGBTQ-owned businesses you know
Cafe Flora, owned by Nat Stratton-Clarke.
Cupcake Royale, owned by Jody Hall.
Marination, owned by Roz Edison and Kamala Saxton.
Terra Plata, owned by Tamara Murphy and Linda Di Lello Morton.
Tutta Bella, owned by Joe Fugere.
5 LGBTQ-owned businesses you should get to know
Arcaro Boxing, owned by Tricia Arcaro.
Aluel Cellars, owned by Samuel Hilbert and Alex Oh.
Cubes Baking Co., owned by Kevin Moulder.
Frelard Tamales, owned by Osbaldo Hernandez and Dennis Ramey.
Queen Anne Coffee Co., owned by Brianne Ryan.
Keen to support LGBTQ-owned small businesses in other cities? Check out:
- Georgia Beer Garden, owned by Brandon Ley and Johnny Martinez – Atlanta, GA.
- Sportello, owned by Barbara Lynch – Boston, MA.
- Byways Cafe, owned by Megan Brinkley and Collin McFadyen – Portland, OR.
- Little Bee Baking, owned by Stacie Pierce – San Francisco, CA.
Are we missing your favorite LGBTQ-owned small businesses? Suggest them and we’ll get them added to the growing Intentionalist community!
Thank you to our Small Business. Big Pride. partners
To learn more about Intentionalist please visit our website, suggest your favorite small businesses, and be sure that you’re following us on social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter). Thanks for all you do to #BeIntentional and #SpendLikeItMatters!
Intentionalist is your local guide to small businesses and the diverse people behind them. We believe that where you spend your money matters, and we’re sure glad you do too. Whether you identify as a localist, activist, or just a good neighbor, we make it easy for you to connect with, learn about, and support small businesses in your community through everyday decisions about where you eat, drink, and shop.