Well, folks, it’s Pride month and that means it’s time to learn and support our local LGBTQIA2+ community. Instead of buying from major corporations that rainbow wash, let’s shop from businesses right here in the city. Whether you’re in need of a bite to eat, someone to fix your car, or retail therapy, these businesses have you covered.

Here are 12 LGBTQIA2+ businesses to shop in Seattle.

Seeking Kombucha

This relatively new taproom serves up tons of flavors of delicious kombucha. You can opt for a regular old kombucha, a mocktail, or a cocktail with a splash of ferment. It’s a perfect place to try if you happen to be a fan of the drink or looking for a trendy bar atmosphere with tasty booze-free offerings.

Where: 1091 Thomas St Suite A
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11 am-9 pm

Big Little News


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A newsstand opening in 2021 and during a pandemic? Big Little News kinda took the city by storm but it’s a welcome change for the hill as we’ve all missed having a dedicated spot to grab some of the world’s best magazines. You can also grab gifts like chocolate, stationery, bottles, and more.

Where: 1102 E Pike St
Hours: Daily 11 am-7 pm

Union Coffee


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Need a new coffee spot? Well, consider stopping at Union Coffee. They serve up locally roasted beans, pastries, and more. Beyond coffee, you can score some seriously amazing specialty drinks like a Chaga Cinnamon Latte, Turmeric Latte, Rose Cardamom Latte, and more.

Where: 2407 E Union St Suite B
Hours: Daily 7:30 am-5:30 pm



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We’ll bet that at least a few of you are still in need of a post-pandemic haircut. If that’s the case, Bang is an excellent choice. They offer cut and color services for everyone. Plus they have multiple locations across the city making them an accessible choice.

Where: Multiple locations
Hours: Varies

Harry’s Fine Foods

This Capitol Hill restaurant is an amazing spot to grab drinks and light eats. You can enjoy dinners, bountiful brunches, natural wine, and more. While they are reopening for dine-in service you can also still snag takeout if that’s something that you’re more comfortable with.

Where: 601 Bellevue Ave East
Hours: Dinner: Monday-Saturday 4 pm-9 pm, Weekend Brunch: Saturday & Sunday 10 am-3 pm

Indian Summer


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You know us, we’re always fans of a good vintage shopping spree. We love that Indian Summer is size and gender-inclusive meaning that they have clothes for everyone. You can find high-quality basics, crazy unique pieces, and more. Definitely worth a peek if you’re in need of some new pieces for your closet.

Where: 534 Summit Ave E/Online
Hours: Shop online

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Phantom Quartz

This unique shop describes itself as a “curated metaphysical boutique”. So the next time you’re in need of some tarot cards, a crystal or two, or other goodies be sure to check them out. Not only is it a cool shop but it’s also relatively new (a year old) so be sure to show them some love.

Where: 2805 Mt Rainier Dr S,
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday Noonish-7 pm, Sunday Noonish-5 pm


If you happen to be into all things herbal then you need to visit Sugarpill. This apothecary has both culinary and medicinal herbs as well as spices & artisanal foods among many other amazing products. You’ll definitely go home with at least a few things.

Where: 900 E Pine St
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 am-6 pm, Sunday 10 am-5 pm

Repair Revolution


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This super cool car garage has completely unended everything that you think and expect a car garage to be. They describe themselves as “disrupting the auto repair industry with radical transparency”. So if you need a car fix or a new mechanic, be sure to check them out.

Where: 2437 6th Ave S
Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-6 pm

Station 7

If you’re in need of a gift for someone special or just want to treat yourself then Station 7 is a great place to check out. They have items ranging from books to stationery to candles and more. Plus their store is inside of an old fire station which is pretty dang cool!

Where: 400 15th Ave E Hilltop
Hours: Daily 11 am-6 pm



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We love a spot that does it all and that’s Bahtoh. This trendy storefront has a lot going on behind closed doors. You can get an amazing haircut, a professional floral arrangement, and bridal styling. See? We told you that they do it all. If your big day happens to be coming up be sure to see what Bahtoh can do for you.

Where: 672 S Jackson St
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-6 pm

Lilith Tattoo


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If you’re looking for a spot to get some new ink you should check out Lilith Tattoo. The studio’s artists specialize in mostly black line work with lots of floral and nature pieces. Be sure to check out their Instagram and see if you’d work well with one of the artists.

Where: 513 N 36th St Suite F
Hours: Daily 10:30 am-7 pm

We told you, there are plenty of local LGBTQIA2+ businesses to support. We hope that you get out there and show these businesses some love this month and every day. Happy Pride month Seattle!