Brunch is for everyone.


When you mess with brunch, you mess with us. 

Legislation enacted in Tennessee to restrict drag brunches, the rights of performers and those who enjoy their shows has been temporarily blocked by a federal judge. Although the law’s implementation is in limbo, we see this effort for what it is – a thinly veiled attempt to divide people and communities, and to frame those who have the right to freely express themselves as somehow dangerous. That’s not just, and we’re here to help.

Please join us in supporting organizations working for the equal rights of LGBTQ+ people in Tennessee and nationwide.

Human Rights Campaign 

Since 1980, HRC has led the way in fighting for LGBTQ+ equality and inclusion. Your donation will help this fight and support equality for all.

Tennessee Equality Project 

Your contribution funds the advancement of policies through direct and grassroots lobbying, which protect the rights of LGBTQ+ people and their families in Tennessee.

Join us for brunch.


We’re proud to support upcoming drag brunches and serve really good eggs to raise awareness and funds. Donations will be made to HRC and TEP and we will match customer tips given to performers.

Brunching for justice in Memphis.

Bella DuBalle thanks the crowd.

We kicked off our campaign at the Atomic Rose in Memphis in April where the crowd broke a record in tips given to performers and everyone enjoyed JUST Egg breakfast sandwiches made by local eatery Plant Based Heat.

Drag brunch hostess Bella DuBalle recapped the event on Instagram: “Our sponsor fed our packed-house brunch audience with an unparalleled, delicious product that is completely cruelty-free. My entertainers and I provided a family-friendly drag show, full of love and equally free of harm. We think it’s an egg-cellent match!”

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