If you haven’t been to the Adams Morgan Drag Queen Brunch yet, consider the following photo essay a spoiler alert: The show is fantastic and it makes for the perfect dose of entertainment after the Sunday Times morning read.
While maybe you may want to consider leaving your kids behind, nobody is too old for this show. Just make sure not to forget filling you pockets with some 20 or so $1 bill to tip the dancers unless you want to be put on the spot for not contributing to their “money-making living.”
The colorful dresses, the spicy perfumes and the shiny accessories could make it worth your time alone, but the waffle, eggs and blueberry muffins-based buffet make you appreciate the loud music and dances that much more. Not to mention the thirst drenching mimosas, absolutely necessary to swallow your pride when a Drag Queen approaches you chest first.
Be careful if you are a bachelorette or a birthday girl you might be made fun of and arrassed a little bit more. Its just standard procedure here. So if you want no fuss, just stay home for the lonely party. Coz here its all about the extra attention and the occasional embarrassment whether you want it or not.