Pride is upon us—and there’s more to do than ever!
We’ve got several Pride events coming up in New York City, home to this year’s World Pride in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riot. Join us if you can!
Jarry launches the EAT QUEER directory!
We’re developing a community-driven, international directory of recommendations for queer food and drink establishments, and we need your help! If you haven’t yet shared your favorite queer restaurant, bar, bakery, or coffeeshop—do it now! And stay tuned for when we make the free Eat Queer directly live!
Tuesday, June 11th, 8PM–Midnight | No Bar
Queer Anga Presents “Feed Yourself Free Yourself”
Join Queer Anga (featured in Issue 6) at No Bar and enjoy snacks by Chinchakriya Un, Ora Wise, and Charlie Anderle, wellness blends by Honeychild, an installation and photo-booth experience with The Aphrodisiac Kitchen, and tinctures and essential oils by Woven and Aura.
June 17–29 | Avenues: The World School
StoryCourse presents PrideTable
The latest experience by StoryCourse—a live experience that combines theater and food—centers on the stories of five singularly talented LGBTQAI+ chefs. We’re thrilled to be a media partner.
All proceeds from PrideTable benefit the Hetrick-Martin Institute’s Arts & Culture program
Wednesday, June 19th–Sunday, June 30th
171 Elizabeth Street, 11am–8:30pm daily
HOMOCO Travel Shop
Independent queer swim brand HOMOCO (“Versatile Tops and Power Bottoms”) is hosting a pop-up Travel Shop, with a fantastic collection of indie queer magazines for sale at deep discount, including ours. All sales of magazines benefit the UnLonely Project!
Monday, June 24th
Garden Party, Benefitting the LGBT Community Center
The LGBT Center’s Garden Party has been an annual event since 1984, and has evolved from a community-driven potluck-style gathering into one featuring some of New York’s top restaurants and chefs. This year marks the beginning of their own culinary council, a group of queer chefs including Allison Kave, of Butter & Scotch; Ash Fulk, of Hill Country Hospitality; Hillary Sterling, of Vic’s New York; and Lisa Fernandes, of Sweet Chili. Enjoy great food samples and something refreshing to drink as you watch the sunset from Manhattan’s west side.
All proceeds benefit the LGBT Center.
Friday, June 28th
Second annual “Cheers, Queers!” at the James Beard House
After last year’s magical gathering of accomplished LGBTQAI+ chefs from across the country, we’re thrilled to again partner with the James Beard Foundation. This year will featuring food and drink from chefs Art Smith, Adrian De Berardinis, Scott Earick, Jeremy Salamon, Deborah VanTrece, Amirah Kassem, Lucky Michaels, Shannon Mustipher, Pattaya Hart, and Arnold Myint (a.k.a. Suzy Wong).
All proceeds benefit the James Beard Foundation.
Saturday, June 29th
Airbnb WorldPride Pop-Up | 94 Gansevoort Street
“Eat Queer with Jarry”
As part of AirBNB’s Worldwide PopUp, Jarry co-founders Lukas Volger and Steve Viksjo will present the Eat Queer project, along with a few of the talented food professionals who appear in our brand new directory of queer food and drink establishments. There will be snacks!