Simsbury’s Roux Cajun Eatery will be the place to be for fun and frolicking on Sunday, June 12 as The Imperial Sovereign Court of Connecticut proudly presents a “Drag Brunch on the Bayou” from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M.
The restaurant is located at 10 Wilcox Street, in Simsbury, and is home to the area’s only Louisiana-style cooking.
Net proceeds from the event will benefit A Promise to Jordan, a Simsbury nonprofit whose mission is to raise awareness and eliminate the stigma of addiction, help individuals access quality treatment, and give hope that recovery is possible to those struggling with substance use disorders.
“We are so excited and honored that The Imperial Sovereign Court of Connecticut selected our charity as the benefactor for this event!” said Lisa Gray, Founder and Executive Director of A Promise to Jordan. “This is a tremendous opportunity for us to recognize that the LGBTQ+ community struggles with substance use and mental health issues, too, and learn more about how we may be able to help.”
The brunch will feature top-tier entertainment and delicious offerings from Roux’s extensive menu.
Tickets are $45 per person and may be purchased by visiting imperialcourtct.ticketleap.com/bayoubrunch.
For more information, visit CTImperialCourt.org.
PHOTO: An Imperial Sovereign Court of Connecticut performer. Photo Courtesy of: The Imperial Sovereign Court of Connecticut