Drag Phở The Win - Summer Edition




Jul 28

12:05 pm

2:00 pm


Dzo Viet Eatery

308 Dundas St W



From the creators of Queens of Dim Sum

DRAG Phở the Win is an unique drag brunch experience with an exciting format where fabulous drag queens go head-to-head in fierce lipsync battles at Dzô Viet Eatery (308 Dundas St W) on Sunday July 28.

🍸 Free cocktail with each ticket. On top of a fierce show, you're gonna love the unique and delicious Vietnamese style brunch menu at Dzô (www.dzovieteatery.com/menu)

Seating begins 12pm, Show starts 12:30pm

💅 Featuring Drag Performances by

   Yna Cah
   Hosted by Minhi Wang
   📀 Music by DJ Sumation

Don't miss out on our last drag brunch for the summer, it's gonna be PHOgettable!!

Each $ 35 ticket (no extra fees) includes a free cocktail (regularly $17). Click on "Buy on Map" to CHOOSE your own seats when you order tickets online now. Best set up for besties, dates, small groups, and your gal pals!

It's best to order your tickets now before tickets sell out! Door tickets are not guaranteed.


ℹ️ Created by queer Asians, we strive to create a safer space for queer and trans people of colour, plus their allies.

♿️ Accessibility: There are two floors. First floor is accessible with washrooms on the same floor. Please let us know if you have any essential accessibility needs.

🚽 The washrooms are gender-neutral and single stalls.

📸 Photos and video will be taken at this event and posted on our social media

📍 This event takes place on the unceded traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We take this time to try to do better with this small but first step in raising awareness on how we as immigrants and descendants of immigrants still benefit from the harms caused by colonialism. We cannot ignore the history of genocide on this land and its impact on Indigenous peoples still continues today. We encourage guests to take this opportunity to learn more about this land's history and how they can support Indigenous nations in both small and large ways.