The CN Tower’s 360 Restaurant kicked off Toronto’s Pride Month celebrations this weekend with the highest drag brunch in the city. A packed crowd showed up to see four of the city’s fiercest drag queens slay their way along the longest circled catwalk in the sky.

A special Pride-themed three-course brunch was served, along with performances by The Virgo Queen, Erin Brockobić, Dahlia Doll, and Canada’s Drag Race alumni, Miss Fiercalicious. 

Attendees were a mix of friends, families, and couples, who were entertained with a PG-friendly, but wonderful spectacle. The outfits were top couture, which became more dazzling with each twirl around the tower.


The exclusive brunch menu included a crispy poached egg appetizer, a choice of two mains, and a Pretty in Pink butternut berry biscuit, along with a mimosa and coffee. Delicious with a delightful presentation, delivered with attentive care by Shane. Tickets also included access to the Main Observation Level.


Be sure to check out more Pride Toronto events and CN Tower events. With a successful turnout, here’s hoping this becomes and annual partnership event. As well, the bottom of the hour CN Tower light show will emit rainbows every night in June for Pride Month. The 360 Restaurant is open everyday serving a full menu of food and beverages, as well as the world’s highest wine cellar, so make sure to stop by and show your support throughout the month. It makes for a great date night, and a unique spot to take out of town friends and family who are in the city for Pride.

Official Pride Toronto weekend is June 28 to 30, with the theme of B______

Here’s to a great start to celebrating diversity in the city, and high above the city!



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