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THREE COURSES, FOUR DRAG QUEENS: TUJAGUE’S TO HOST DRAG QUEEN BRUNCH SUNDAY, JULY 24TH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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Brustman Carrino
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THREE COURSES, FOUR DRAG QUEENS:
TUJAGUE'S TO HOST DRAG QUEEN BRUNCH SUNDAY, JULY 24TH
Festive 160th Anniversary Celebration to Benefit NO/AIDS Task Force's "Food for Friends"

Tujague's 160th anniversary yearlong celebration continues with a Sunday Funday not to be missed. On Sunday, July 24, 2016, 11:30AM - 2PM, the second oldest restaurant in New Orleans will join forces with NO/AIDS Task Force to kick off the annual fundraising event, Dining Out for Life. That day, guests can head down to the French Quarter for a festive Drag Queen Brunch featuring appearances by the vivacious MC Kitty D'Litter and her cast of Queens. A portion of the proceeds will benefit "Food for Friends," a meal delivery program under the NO/AIDS Task Force that has served people living with AIDS since 1992.

According to owner Mark Latter, "The Drag Queen Brunch is a fun way to pay tribute to our history. Back in the 1800's, the restaurant served up a Butcher's Breakfast - a mid-morning meal for the workers which we now call brunch. Plus, we've been known to have a few cross-dressing ghosts hanging around the restaurant, so we thought, let's put the two together."

Curated by Tujague's Executive Chef Marcus Woodham, the three-course menu features a variety of culinary delights as well as bottomless mid-morning cocktails such as Mimosas, Brandy Milk Punches, Pimm's Cups, and Bloody Marys. Priced at $50 per person (excluding tax and gratuity), menu follows:

 

First Course

(Choice of)

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Avocado Toast

Grilled Sourdough, Radish, Sweet Peppers, Citrus Balsamic Reduction,
Baby Green Salad, Tomatillo Vinaigrette

 

Farm Egg

Creamy Stone Ground Grits, Yaka Mein Broth, Oxtail, Green Onion, Duck Cracklin's

 

Second Course

(Choice of)

 

Crispy Des Allemands Catfish

Braised Collard Greens, Peppered Basmati Rice, Peach Vinaigrette

 

Pressed Brisket Sandwich

Provolone, Red Onion, Whole Grain Mustard in a Creole Tomato Broth

 

Shredded Chicken-n-Biscuits

Two Poached Eggs, Andouille Sawmill Gravy, Green Onion Hot Sauce

 

Third Course

(Choice of)

 

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Blueberries, Cane Syrup, Bourbon Whipped Cream

 

Banana Bread Pudding

Caramel Sauce



Tujague's 160th Anniversary Drag Queen Brunch will take place on Sunday, July 24, 2016 from 11:30AM - 2PM. For reservations please call 504-525-8676. Tujague's is located at 823 Decatur Street in New Orleans' French Quarter. For information on the restaurant please visit: www.tujagues.com.

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Interviews and images are available upon request.

About NO/AIDS Task Force

For over 30 years, NO/AIDS Task Force has been providing hope, care and compassion to thousands of men, women and families affected by HIV & AIDS in Southeast Louisiana. The Task Force acknowledges that the complications of HIV-disease are not just physical, but mental, emotional and social as well. That is why our agency offers a full spectrum of care at low to no cost, including services such as: an HIV medical clinic, food pantry, home delivered meals, housing, mental health, medications, and many others. NO/AIDS also remains committed to the health of our entire community and reaches over 20,000 each year through HIV prevention education efforts. For more information, please visit www.noaidstaskforce.org