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San Francisco Pride 2021

Jeff Howard June 1, 2021

June is Pride Month, which means it’s time to honor the achievements of LGBTQ+ San Franciscans and celebrate across The City! At Trinity, we love Pride month and adding color to San Francisco’s streets with radiant signage displayed outside our beautiful residential properties in San Francisco’s finest neighborhoods. For this year’s San Francisco Pride Month, let’s take a look at some of the wonderful LGBTQ+ businesses providing services to residents across The City we love!

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Check out these awesome signs at Trinity apartments all over SF!

Equator Coffees

 

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Located in both SoMa and The Marina right across from the Marina Cove apartments at Fort Mason, Equator Coffees has become a popular SF spot for coffee, tea, and light snacks. Mentioned in Forbes magazine for their tremendous quality, their blends, espresso, and single-origin coffees are also available for purchase online.

Basel B Chocolate & Confections

 

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This artisan chocolatier in SoMa creates high-end truffles with various fruit, nut, and spice fillings! These beautiful chocolates are all organic, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Did we mention they also have wine?

Brenda’s French Soul Food

Do your stomach a favor this month and head over to Brenda’s French Soul Food, just a short walk from Trinity Towers and Trinity Place. This iconic French-style New Orleans joint has expanded around SF and the Bay Area due to its tremendous reputation as one of The City’s finest eateries. Check out some of the other delicious dishes you can pick up within walking distance of Trinity Place.

The San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology

 

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Looking and feeling your best is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle, and the SFIEC is here to provide excellent barber, cosmetology, esthetics, and nail services through their programs. Located at 7th & Folsom, the San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology is a short stroll from the 1177 Market, 1188 Mission, 1190 Mission, & 33 8th apartments at Trinity Place.

Azucar Lounge

 

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Another fantastic LGBTQ+-owned business nearby at 9th & Folsom is the trendy Azucar Lounge, now open for indoor dining on their comfy sofas! The trendy lounge serves cocktails and Mexican-style street snacks at their SoMa location.

Dolores Park Cafe

Popular with park-goers looking to catch some sun at Mission Dolores, this bright cafe is located right across the street from the park at Dolores & 18th! Anyone looking to find a lovely home in this vibrant neighborhood should make their way over to the 240 Dolores apartments just two blocks away.

Maneframe

Hair Salons and Barbers are reopening, and you’ll soon be able to get your mane in shape thanks to shops like Maneframe on Polk Street. Positioned within walking distance of 2000 Broadway, Clay Park Tower, and Trinity Towers, residents of SF’s finest homes are close to various awesome shops, boutiques, salons, restaurants, and more in Polk Gulch!

New Conservatory Theatre Center

San Francisco’s Theater District is preparing to reopen, and there are a variety of shows, videos, and virtual classes you can enjoy on the NCTC website. Theater is an iconic part of San Francisco, and we could not be more excited to see these wonderful shows return to the gorgeous theaters around the Mid-Market area.

Fior d’Italia

 

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You can’t go to North Beach without devouring some of the best Italian dishes money can buy! The iconic Little Italy neighborhood hosts multiple restaurants, including this 19th-century trattoria just a short walk from the 2140 Taylor, 2133 Stockton, and 350 Union apartments in North Beach.

Canela Bistro & Wine Bar

 

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The Castro District holds the roots of the LGBTQ+ movement in San Francisco, and you can find a variety of excellent LGBTQ+-owned businesses to shop at in the historic neighborhood. One delicious option is Canela Bistro & Wine Bar, offering Spanish tapas and paella in a tremendously decorated location on Market Street.

No matter which San Francisco LGBTQ+-owned businesses you choose to support this month, it’s always a great time to Live With Pride!

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