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Dine out For Pride returns for second year through June 9th at 30 local restaurants

Dine Out for Pride is back for round two this June. Thirty of the Richmond Region’s most popular restaurants will celebrate National Pride Month and support local LGBTQ organizations during the second annual campaign, which will run from June 3 to 9.

Trevor Dickerson

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Dine Out for Pride is back for round two this June. Thirty of the Richmond Region’s most popular restaurants will celebrate National Pride Month and support local LGBTQ organizations during the second annual campaign, which will run from June 3 to 9.

Participating restaurants have curated special Dine Out for Pride menus featuring products from Hardywood Brewery, Starr Hill, and Tito’s Vodka, mocktails, and food specials.

 Establishments will donate $1 from the sales of the signature menu items in equal parts to the OutRVA program of the Richmond Region Tourism Foundation and the Virginia Pride program of Diversity Richmond 

 The restaurants participating in Dine Out for Pride Week include: 

  • And Dim Sum 
  • Bar Solita 
  • Bell Cafe 
  • Chef’s Kitchen 
  • Coco and Hazel 
  • Dave & Buster’s 
  • eazzy burger 
  • Garnett’s Cafe 
  • Gold Lion Community Cafe 
  • Heritage 
  • India K’Raja 
  • Jew Fro 
  • Laura Lee’s 
  • L’Opossum 
  • Main St Dragon 
  • Ms. Bee’s Juice Bar 
  • Pinky’s 
  • River City Roll 
  • Sam Miller’s Restaurant & Oyster Bar 
  • SB’s Lakeside Love Shack 
  • Shagbark Restaurant 
  • Soul Taco 
  • Southbound 
  • Sweet Spot Ice Cream Cafe 
  • Tarrant’s Downtown 
  • Tarrant’s West 
  • The Hive Bar & Grill 
  • The Hive Market 
  • The Lobby Bar at Quirk Hotel 
  • ZZQ

The first-ever Dine Out for Pride was incredibly successful, raising thousands of dollars to support organizations and programs that help make the Richmond Region a better place for LGBTQ people, their friends, and families to live, work, and visit. 

Both campaign recipients are observing anniversaries in 2024. OutRVA has been welcoming LGBTQ visitors to the region for a decade and Diversity Richmond is celebrating its 25th year as the hub of the local LGBTQ community.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.