There’s something slightly magical about nighttime, like a vaseline-covered movie lens from the 1920s that acts as a proto-Instagram filter and beautifies everything in sight. The sparkle and spectacle of drag shines bright at night, but if you haven’t seen drag during the day, you’re in for a treat. Bounding between the booths and picnic tables at Boheme, two queens perform a duet that leads to a standing ovation along the entire back patio. With the sun beating down on sequins, we are greeted with the elusive vision of a daytime disco ball set to a Beyonce soundtrack with a frozen cocktail in hand. Witnessing a drag show during brunch will give you a newfound respect for performance and wonder why drag isn’t an Olympic sport yet.
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