Hard Rock Cafe Serves Up Kitty Litter at Drag Queen Brunch

The Hard Rock Cafe at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino has a new take on brunch. The restaurant is set to host “Rouge & Booze: A Drag Brunch.”

The gathering is touted as the only one of its kind in Las Vegas, featuring entertainment by a local drag queen named Kitty Litter and friends.

“Rouge & Booze: A Drag Brunch” happens the last Sunday of every month, starting Sep. 28, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for $20 per person.

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In guitar playing, a “strum” is a quick drag of the pick across the strings. Ah, the circularity of the universe.

Guests will get bottomless mimosas and special menu items like New Orleans-style chicken and waffles, biscuits with country gravy and the restaurant’s vaunted hazelnut brandy French toast. We don’t actually know for a fact the French toast is vaunted, but we needed an excuse to use the word “vaunted.” If you don’t like it, get your own Las Vegas blog.

The drag queens will take the stage at 11:00 a.m., presumably lip-syncing to popular songs. Because that’s sort of how drag queens roll. Hey, we watch “Ru Paul’s Drag Race.”

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This is not one of the drag queens in the Hard Rock Cafe show, but this photo is the best we could do on short notice.

Kitty Litter is one of the featured performers in What a Drag, which calls itself the “longest-running drag show in Las Vegas.” Although you probably don’t want to say that to Frank Marino at Diva’s Las Vegas at The Quad, or there’s likely to be a catfight.

The news release about this new offering says you can find out more at the official Hard Rock Cafe site. Good luck with that.

We’re betting “Rouge & Booze: A Drag Brunch” is going to be a blast. First, you can’t go wrong with bottomless mimosas. Second, the vast majority of drag queens are wildly entertaining. Third, it’s Las Vegas, so loosen up and brunch with some shade-throwing crossdressers, already.

3 thoughts on “Hard Rock Cafe Serves Up Kitty Litter at Drag Queen Brunch

  1. Wally Marshall

    No wonder this place is loosing hundreds of millions a year. Who are they marketing too? Its not gamblers, its not people with any money? I think they are marketing to their own personal egos and desires.

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  2. Las Vegas hotels

    It’s amazing how fast you can go from being on top to dropping out of contention in the Las Vegas hotel market. With The Hard Rock being off the strip it was inevitable for this to happen…..same things with the Palms

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