No doubt that 11 seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race and four seasons of All Stars have helped the art of drag become more mainstream than ever before. The drag queen market is saturated with talent more than ever before and one great side effect is the emergence of more drag brunches all throughout the entire city. No matter what gayborhood you’re in, there are more options than ever before for you to drink some bottomless mimosas while watching some mega-talented drag queens lip sync to your favorite pop song and death drop on the hard, cold restaurant floors. We broke down the best drag brunch per gayborhood so you don’t have to stumble home very far no matter where you live. Just don’t forget to bring some cash to tip the queens!

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