An increasing number of restaurants are offering menu items in support of gay rights and in particular marriage equality.

According to Short Order, a food blog hosted by alternative paper the Miami New Times, Eating House's brunch menu includes Cap'n Crunch pancakes, $12.

The pancakes are made from ingredients from food giant General Mills, which is being boycotted by gay marriage foes for its opposition to Minnesota's upcoming referendum, which if approved would ban such unions in the state.

“Cap'n Crunch pancakes from Eating House … are a stack of liberal candied cereal cakes topped with vanilla butter who are full-fledged supporters of same-sex marriage,” Jen Mangham wrote.

Several restaurants also added offerings in protest to Chick-Fil-A's opposition to gay marriage.

Houston eatery Beaver's menu includes a Chick on Chick Filet sandwich for $11, reported.

“Two loving chicken breasts married on toasty buns with a honey mustard witness and joined in celebration with tolerant fries.”

A couple of Hamburger Mary's restaurants began selling a No-Hate Chicken Sandwich.

“Mary's is adding her voice to the increasing number of campaigns to counter Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's controversial public stance against marriage equality, by offering a Southern-style chicken sandwich while advocating diversity,” said Ashley Wright, co-owner of eateries in Chicago and Milwaukee.

The Boston Herald reported that Dorchester, Massachusetts-based dbar added a Chic-2B-gAy fried chicken entree to its menu, with all proceeds going to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).

The meal includes biscuits and mashed potatoes and gravy for $19.