Harold’s Haunt Launches Crowd Investment for Improvements and Expansion

Image courtesy of Harold's Haunt.

Pittsburgh’s newest LGBTQ+ bar and only designated they-bar, Harold’s Haunt is improving and expanding to keep up with demand and they’re asking for crowd investors to help do it.

The Honeycomb Investment funds will provide a few different things including finishing interior and design renovations and covering the outdoor patio space. A full-time, experienced bar manager will be hired to help Athena and Debra as they continue to work towards making Harolds a long-term sustainable business.

Photos courtesy of Harold’s Haunt.

Opening only one year ago as Pittsburgh’s first and only they-bar, Harold’s Haunt was in the running for seven categories in the Pittsburgh City Paper’s Best of Pittsburgh awards. They prioritize holding space for trans, nonbinary, genderfluid, and gender queer individuals. Owned by the Millvale queer witches, the bar holds weekly rituals for community healing and growth, hosts quarterly mystical markets featuring queer and witchy makers and other various fun events It features a drink menu that always has mocktails available, with drinks named after nerdy fun things. The bar also has a small kitchen that always offers gluten-free and vegetarian options. Twice a month, the bar hosts entirely sober events and welcomes individuals of all ages to stop in. The bar works closely with a number of community-minded small businesses and hopes to continue to grow in a way that supports the queer community in Pittsburgh and beyond.

Honeycomb Credit crowd investments give business owners the funds they need to keep growing, and everyone the chance to invest in the local businesses they love. All investment terms and earnings potentials are outlined on every Honeycomb Credit campaign. As with any investment, there are risks involved.

Read more about Harold’s Haunt and there Honeycomb Credit crowd investment campaign at the link below.

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