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The Best Drag Brunches in Toronto

The Best Drag Brunches in Toronto

The Best Drag Brunches in Toronto

We're in the throes of Pride month in Toronto, and one amazingly fun way to support and participate with our local LGBTQ2S+ community is to attend one of the city's many wildly lively drag brunches! Historically drag brunches were held at LGBTQ2S+ bars and nightclubs, but now many restaurants are also welcoming drag performers to host brunches there too.

This guide is for ongoing drag brunches in Toronto, although there are plenty of one-off events to look for during Pride. P.s. make sure to bring some cash for tips.

619 King St W

The Hartly

The Hartly

Every Sunday starting July 3rd We Hart Drag Brunch is being hosted at The Hartly with a new set of three Queens performing every week, with seatings at 12 p.m., 2 p.m., and 4 p.m. Tables are by reservations only, so make sure to book beforehand.

499 Church St

Glad Day Bookshop

Glad Day Bookshop

Of course Canada's longest running drag brunch also takes place at North America's oldest LGBTQ2S+ bookstore. On Sundays, seated either at 11 a.m. or 2 p.m., you get an all you can eat brunch included in the price of your ticket and the wonderful Erin B. to host.

158 Cumberland St

Bar Reyna

Bar Reyna

"Reyna’s Unapologetic Drag Brunch," takes place every last Sunday of the month with seatings at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.. Some of Toronto's greatest drag queens live in the Reyna Hall of Queens, and this month you'll get to see Jezebel Bardot & Vitality Black. Make sure to get their $3 Absolut shots, all proceeds go to Rainbow Railroad in support of the LGBTQ2S+ community.

The Best Drag Brunches in Toronto

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The Best Drag Brunches in Toronto

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We're in the throes of Pride month in Toronto, and one amazingly fun way to support and participate with our local LGBTQ2S+ community is to attend one of the city's many wildly lively drag brunches! Historically drag brunches were held at LGBTQ2S+ bars and nightclubs, but now many restaurants are also welcoming drag performers to host brunches there too.

This guide is for ongoing drag brunches in Toronto, although there are plenty of one-off events to look for during Pride. P.s. make sure to bring some cash for tips.