37 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
Cher impersonator Chad Michaels hosts a long-running revue called Dreamgirls on Tuesday nights at this spot. You'll always see amazing drag talents, but my favorite is Dolly Levi. She's probably in her 60s, and she is amazing. She flips; she does the splits; she does these high-energy, old-school musical theater numbers, and she's always a highlight. If you come on a Wednesday instead, Hamburger Mary’s has drag bingo. Willam hosts when she's in town, and, believe me, anytime you get to see Willam, it's a lot of fun.
Tips from locals
Bar & Grill chain where diner classics & cocktails meet quirky entertainment: live drag shows, drag bingo nights.
Hamburgers by day, drag shows and dance club by night. Hamburger Mary's always makes for a FUN time, especially the FAB shows put on for Sunday brunch (the brunch itself is just OK, but the drag queens put on an amazing show!
3 Words: DRAG QUEEN BINGO Fun atmosphere, good bar food, brunch, dinner. You may see former cast members of a certain TV Drag Queen competition.
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