Pride At Lyle

This June, the Capital Pride Alliance is back with the National Capital Region’s largest annual celebration- all packed into one weekend. At Lyle, we like to celebrate all month long. Join us this month for all things Pride in DC.

Drag Queen



Saturday, June 10th | 11AM-3PM

Calling all Queens, our very own Miss Leggs Benedict is returning to the stage and sashaying out for a performance to coincide with the Capital Pride Alliance's Annual Pride Parade. Join us for a Drag Brunch to remember at Lyle’s. In addition to serving looks, we’ll also be serving bottomless cocktails, brunch favorites and a whole lot of fun.

Hand holding cocktail glass



Thursday, June 8th | 7PM

Pride week is a time for celebrating, but it’s also an opportunity to educate ourselves about LGBTQIA+ history to better understand the celebration’s protest roots, as well as know by name the queer figures and pioneers whose shoulders we stand on. Join us while we partner with District Trivia to pay tribute with a quiz on LGBTQIA+ history and icons.

"Hope will never be silent"

Harvey Milk

More Pride At Lyle

Gather At Lyle's
Join us every Wednesday in June for complimentary tastings at our bar where we will be featuring our Glitta Fades Cocktail.

Light Up Lyle
During Pride Month, join us as we Light up Lyle the entire month of June to show our support for the community.

Stay At Lyle
Book a room at Lyle during the month of June and you'll be staying in a prime location for all the Pride festivities in the city.

Pride flags

Capital Pride Happenings

Pride Parade
Saturday, June 10 | 3PM
With this year’s theme being “Peace, Love, Revolution”, the Capital Pride Parade will honor our history and acknowledge the evolution of the LGBTQ+ neighborhoods in Washington, DC, while respecting the origins and importance of taking to the streets in our fight for equality.

Pride Festival
Sunday, June 11 | 12PM
Enjoy a full day of entertainment on three stages, food, drink, and advocacy with over 300 exhibitors. The Festival is the largest annual event in the national capital region and continues to be free to the public.