Fort Worth LGBT

Drag Brunch at Urban Cowboy Saloon

The #IAmUrban sign / Disco Guitar at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

We made the trek to Fort Worth this weekend for drag brunch at Urban Cowboy Saloon.

Overall, it was a fun experience and a great show.

Rocky Horror Picture Show-themed drag brunch at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

Rocky Horror Picture Show-themed drag brunch at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The drag brunch cast at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The drag brunch cast at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The theme was purportedly “Rocky Horror Picture Show” but the drag queens performed at many non-Rocky Horror songs. This probably kept the show more interesting for people unfamiliar with the movie.

Food service started at 1 p.m., which is a bit later than a typical brunch. Our bartender was also completely confused about the drink specials. However, the Urban Cowboy drag brunch show was far more entertaining than the Cedar Grove drag brunch in Dallas (and about half the price.)

A drag queen performs Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

A drag queen performs Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The main bar of Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The main bar of Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The #IAmUrban sign / Disco Guitar at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

The #IAmUrban sign / Disco Guitar at Urban Cowboy Saloon, Fort Worth, TX.

After drag brunch, we went to the handful of other gay bars Fort Worth — Club Changes, Club Reflection, and 515.

Rainbow Lounge was strangely closed.

Plastic pink flamingos in front of Club Changes, Fort Worth.

Plastic pink flamingos in front of Club Changes, Fort Worth.

A bar patron chowing down at the Sunday food spread at Club Changes, Fort Worth, TX.

A bar patron chowing down at the Sunday food spread at Club Changes, Fort Worth, TX.

And as with any overlong Sunday Funday, someone lost something. This time the display of basicness was mine — I’m pretty sure that I left my glasses in our friends’ car on the way to Club Reflection.

They’ll probably turn up by our next brunch. 🥂

Update: True-to-form the glasses totally turned up! 👓

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  • Austin Ralph
    April 25, 2017 at 10:37 am

    On behalf of myself, my partner John and our entire staff at Urban Cowboy, I would like to thank you for being with us for our first Drag Brunch as its new Owners and Operators. we hope to see you and your friends again soon!

    • Jansen
      Jansen
      May 4, 2017 at 2:30 pm

      Thanks! It was a lot of fun!

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