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Nashville Pride Coffee Crawl returns with specialty drinks

Visit one of the 36 participating coffee shops (some with multiple locations) for the 3rd annual Nashville Pride Coffee Crawl.

An iced latte with a lime green foam and sprinkles on top sits on the corner of a tiled table.

Visit Matryoshka’s 300-sqft micro cafe in South Nashville to try the Brat, which is similar to the confetti Cuban. | Photo via Matryoshka Coffee

For the next week and a half, 36 coffee shops will be serving specialty drinks for Pride month. The Nashville Pride Coffee Crawl, now in its third year, runs through Saturday, June 22.

  • Dose Coffee | The Cabana Boi | A take on Italian soda using sparkling water, a house-made passionfruit syrup, and a dash of coconut milk
  • Bongo Java Belmont | Here’s The Tea | Mango-infused peach black iced tea topped with strawberry cold foam and sparkles
  • Weak Coffee | Everyone’s Invited | Blue matcha, house-made pineapple syrup, macadamia milk, and a strawberry dusting
  • Flora + Fauna | Late Bloomer | Iced latte with lavender, orange blossom, orange, butterfly pea flower, and a hint of beet + garnished with a violet and candied orange peel
  • Retrograde Coffee | Boy, Bi | Fever-Tree sparkling lemonade base, topped with a house strawberry simple syrup and butterfly pea powder + garnished with glitter
  • Matryoshka Coffee | Brat | Iced vanilla bean Cuban topped with lime green cake batter cold foam + glitter and sprinkles
  • Ugly Mugs | Bi-Curious George | Banana peanut butter mocha with coconut whipped cream and chocolate drizzle
  • Flour Your Dreams Bakery | RuPaul’s Raspberry | Raspberry vanilla latte
  • Subliminal Coffee | Don’t Stop Me Now | 5 oz lime and coconut shaken espresso over ice
  • 8th and Roast | Peach Pony Club | House-made hot honey and peach sparkling iced tea topped with Tajin and served with a peach ring + Pride flag garnish

See the full list of participating coffee shops (swipe over to the second photo). Many are donating a portion of proceeds to organizations that support the LGBTQ+ community, such as Nashville Launch Pad and Inclusion Tennessee.

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