Brooklyn is chasing rainbows — and catching them!
June is gay pride month, and this borough is so proud that you can taste it. Brooklyn brewmasters, ice cream churners, and bakers have all crafted brightly colored concoctions that celebrate the queer community and add a magical touch to your favorite nosh. Here are six vibrant bites that you can indulge in this June — and beyond!
This month Carroll Gardens creamery MilkMade is churning out “Pride Pints” of ice cream studded with moist rainbow cookies from the Awkward Scone in Williamsburg. Grab a spoon and dig into some sweet cream ice cream, made even sweeter by brightly colored chunks of six-layer almond marzipan cake with a dark chocolate glaze.
Pride pints at MilkMade (204 Sackett St. between Henry and Hicks streets in Carroll Gardens, www.milkm
You can also go straight to the source and order a batch of those six-layer rainbow cookies directly from the Awkward Scone, either shipped to your doorstep or carried out from its Williamsburg location. A chunk of the proceeds go to a different gay rights organization each month.
Rainbow cookies at the Awkward Scone (630 Flushing Ave. between Fenimore and Hawthorne streets in Williamsburg, www.theaw
Spanish confection maker Dulcinea has created the Unicorn Ice Cream Churro Sandwich by stuffing scoops of rainbow ice cream between two churros — an elongated, crispier version of a cruller dusted with sugar — each curved into a flaky disc-like bun. It makes for an extravagant ice cream sandwich sure to satiate your sweet tooth.
Unicorn Ice Cream Churro Sandwich at Dulcinea (445 Albee Sq. West between DeKalb Avenue and Willoughby Street Downtown, www.dulci
The creative geniuses who birthed the Rainbow Bagel have stepped up their game with the Unicorn Bagel — a similar concoction in pastel colors, saturated with edible glitter. So you can take your morning bagel to the next level with rainbow swirls, sparkles, and rainbow-colored birthday cake funfetti cream cheese.
The Bagel Store [754 Metropolitan Ave. between Graham Avenue and Humboldt Street in Williamsburg, (718) 782–5856, www.theba
Get a rainbow flashback to your grade school days with the Fruity Pebble Bars at the Little Cupcake Bakeshop in Bay Ridge. A flamboyant alternative to its strait-laced cousin “rice crispy treats,” this chewy, marshmallow cereal bar will send you down memory lane.
Fruity Pebble Bars at Little Cupcake Bakeshop [9102 Third Ave. at 91st Street in Bay Ridge, (718) 680–4465, www.littl
The Gowanus brewmasters at Threes Brewing will serve a new brew called “Gender Neutral” in a can draped in rainbow ripples on June 22. The light pale lager with a citrus zest, launching at a gay Pride party on June 22, is designed to provoke discussion about LGBTQ issues among beer guzzlers.
“Gender Neutral” party at Threes Brewing [333 Douglass St. between Third and Fourth avenues in Gowanus, (718) 522–2110, www.three
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