At Bananas: A Modern American Diner the omelets come with a side of drag.
Every Sunday at the funky restaurant on Mills Avenue, a group of high-energy performers caked in make-up put on an uplifting, lip-synched show known as the Drag Gospel Brunch.
"We use the term 'gospel' loosely," said Danielle Hunter, who has hosted the show for almost three years. "We're not making fun of gospel. We just want you to feel better than you did before you got here. Kind of like church."
Hunter, who's originally from in Missouri, grew up in the Pentecostal church, she said. Twenty years ago, Hunter felt the need to "live as a girl." She began performing, and is now one of the most recognizable drag performers in Central Florida.
Besides hosting the Gospel Brunch, Hunter also performs a Broadway-style show on Tuesdays at the diner and a Las Vegas-style dinner-theater show at the Funky Monkey Wine Company at Pointe Orlando on International Drive.
The diner hosts two Drag Gospel Brunch performances on Sunday mornings: one at 11:30 a.m and another at 1 p.m. Reservations are recommended because almost every performance draws a packed house.
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