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Denver LGBTQ+ Owned F&B Spots to Support

Pride flag flying

June is Pride Month, and the Gigpro team is taking the time to celebrate with food, drinks, and support! This month, we are encouraging everyone to get out and embrace the community by visiting LGBTQ+-owned bars, restaurants, and eateries to help nourish your bellies and your community with love.  

The LGBTQ+ community contributes significantly to Denver's economy and cultural landscape. LGBTQ+-owned businesses, bars, restaurants, and entertainment venues create job opportunities and attract visitors, contributing to the city's overall economic growth. Additionally, the community's vibrant arts, music, and cultural events enrich Denver's cultural scene and attract diverse audiences.

Three Saints Revival, Mediterranean

Known for wines, tapas, and spirits. Our wonderful voyages through the subconscious, that guide the artistic presence and design of three saints' revival. a celebration of the heightened creativity and imagination that comes while we dream, allowing our guests to be inspired and awakened by the possibilities that surround them.

Duo Restaurants, Farm-to-Table

Local and sustainable menu.  Chef Tyler has spent countless hours as a chef at duo Restaurant since December 2005. He has learned farm-to-table cuisine and built relationships with local purveyors. This experience, combined with his upbringing in Nebraska farmland, has allowed him to cultivate a working knowledge of food cycles and seasonality in the Rocky Mountain region.

Hamburger Mary’s Denver, Hamburgers

American-style cuisine. Hamburger Mary's Denver is an open-air bar & grille for open-minded people, serving a full menu of tasty items. Big & juicy gourmet burgers, apps, salads & more! Did we mention, we have shows every day that are entertaining & sometimes a little shocking!?

Lady Justice Brewing, Brewery

Taproom with a plethora of beer options. Lady Justice Brewing is owned by Lay and her wife, Alison Wisneski. It functions as a community-focused brewery dedicating time, space, and money to nonprofits and community partners that support and empower women, girls, and nonbinary people in the state of Colorado. Our giving is focused in two direct ways: through our Community-Supported Beer (CSB) memberships with 100% of profits over cost going directly to nonprofit partners, and through the fabric of the taproom community, highlighting opportunities to volunteer, collaboration brews, and more.

Make It Vegan, Vegan Eatery

Meal prep plant-based restaurant. We started this business in the midst of the pandemic, hoping to make vegan food more accessible to all and to show the word what vegan food can do! It started out just as a small meal prep service. But as word got out and people tried our food, we started growing, and FAST! 

Third Culture, Bakery

Mochi pastries and sweets! After falling in love in Berkeley, CA, Chef Sam Butarbutar and Wenter Shyu started a bakery journey together, offering pastries reflective of their childhood in Indonesia and Taiwan. Third Culture Bakery started as a two-man-show in 2016, offering the Mochi Muffin to just six wholesale coffee shops.