SF PRIDE 2018
Need some medicated coffee from Somatik to help get you ready for pride? Or some tea from Kikoko? You’ll definitely need a medicated bath soak from Papa & Barkley after a long weekend celebrating.
Wednesday through Sunday, enjoy up to 45% off Papa & Barkley, Kikoko, and Somatik products. Somatik’s energizing cold brew was $13, now just $7! Kikoko’s invigorating Positivtea (can) was $54, now just $30! Papa & Barkley’s soothing bath soak was $37, now just $21! And those are just a few examples. We’ve got everything from cold brew, to tea pouches, and transdermal patches -- come enjoy up to 45% off.
Offer is good Wednesday June 20th, 2018 through Sunday June 24th, 2018 while supplies last. May not be combined with other offers.
During pride, Dosist and The Apothecarium will be donating all proceeds from the sale of Dosist products to SF Pride. Join us in supporting SF Pride’s mission to educate the world, commemorate our heritage, celebrate our culture, and liberate our people.
While supplies last. May not be combined with other offers.
Starting Friday, Pride T-shirts are free with purchase of $125 or more.
Shirts are also available for purchase for $25.
Have you ever wondered who curates the artwork at The Apothecarium? Danyol is The Apothecarium’s Minister of Culture and in addition to helping guests behind the counter he is a painter and musician himself. He spearheaded our current exhibition on San Francisco’s Drag Mother, Juanita More -- which also featured some of Danyol’s work.
Danyol has been a drag queen for over 10 years, performing as Tamale Ringwald. “It’s a way for me to express my gender identity through performance and to be who I fully am. I love entertaining people and plus, who doesn’t love a drag queen throwing herself around and making a fool of herself?” Tamale Ringwald will be at our Castro location with 4 of her fabulous drag sisters and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence on Saturday and Sunday of Pride weekend.
“I really appreciate the fact that all of San Francisco is represented behind the bar at The Apothecarium. It’s nice to visit a place where you can see ‘yourself’ behind the counter.
A lot of times when I go to work, I dress very gender nonconforming. I see a lot of transgender/gender nonconforming folks come into the store, when they see me they light up and know that this is a safe place.
I love that we provide an open and comfortable space for everyone.”