A Taco Bell Drag Brunch is coming soon to a city near you, and bottoms everywhere have been found shaking.
The popular fast-food chain has announced multi-city drag brunch events with the intent of "celebrating drag culture and the LGBTQIA+ community."
The five scheduled Taco Bell Drag Brunch events will take place at the brand's special, expanded Cantina locations and will be hosted by drag performer Kay Sedia - an obvious pun on quesadilla - along with "local queens and kings that will transform any morning from Mild to Fire." So far, this Drag Brunch series from Taco Ball includes the following cities and dates: Las Vegas (May 1), Chicago (May 22), Nashville (May 29), New York City (June 12), and Fort Lauderdale (June 26). This initiative, which was created by Taco Bell's Live Mas Pride label, has also committed to donating an undisclosed grant to the It Gets Better Project.
"The TACO is out of the bag!!!" Sedia wrote in an Instagram post. "I'm going on tour with @tacobell!! I'm so excited to host TACO BELL CANTINAS first ever Drag Brunch in five cities across the US!! Morning breakfast is about to get even sexier!"
Members of Taco Bell's "Fire Tier" rewards program will gain early access to reservations via OpenTable. As expected, reservations are limited. Customers must be 18 years of age or older in order to attend a Taco Bell Drag Brunch given that these events will be serving alcohol - mimosas, specifically! Otherwise, attendees can expect to eat regular items from the Taco Bell breakfast menu, as well as the brand-new Cinnabon Delights Coffee.
Besides food and drinks, customers who are able to land a reservation for a Taco Bell Drag Brunch should expect "an environment featuring captivating visual backdrops, thrilling lip syncs, and extraordinary high kicks and dips." In other words, queens will be dipping to the floor while customers enjoy their dipping sauces - what could be better than that?
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