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Vote in Best of GayCities, 2010: Most Fabulous Brunch
Nov 30, 2010
One word above all in the culinary lexicon pricks up the collective ears of the gays: brunch. Ah, this simple word carries with it the promise of good friends, great food and above all an opportunity to postpone your hangover for another few hours. And whether you opt for a mimosa or a bloody mary, nobody brunches like us. After all, it isn’t really Sunday funday unless you wake up disoriented at 6pm on your friend’s couch thinking it’s Monday morning.
So as a certified brunch expert, take a look at our nominees for Most Fabulous Brunch in the Best of GayCities 2010: The World According to Gays. And don’t forget to vote!
Vote now or forever hold your tongue!