Where to watch Drag Race Season 11 in Toronto
Viewing of Rupaul's Drag Race Season 11 in Toronto is mandatory, no matter where you’re doing it. It’s the year of our girl Brooke Lynn Hytes, so let’s make sure she can hear us cheering and queering from the viewing parties in bars all across Toronto.
Most viewing parties are hosted by our very own ultra-talented queens, some include performances and prizes, and all include sassy commentary. Bring your fans, finger snaps and shady sunglasses, Drag Race finally gets some Canadian content.
BONUS: Don't forget to follow our Spotify channel for the Rupaul's Drag Race Lipsynch for your life playlist! It features every battle song ever performed on Drag Race, in order, and we'll be adding songs as they're featured on this season's show.
1034 Queen St. W
This viewing party happens upstairs at this Queen West spot and is hosted by Beardoncé and Pearle Harbour. DJ Orange Pekoe provides intermission beats and there'll be games, giveaways and performances throughout.
1192 Queen Street West
Halal Bae hosts this West end screening projected for your viewing pleasure. Things get rolling at 9pm.
The Black Eagle
457 Church Street
We’re so happy that Jacklynne Hyde is back hosting Dirty Drag Race at the dirty bird! Statlers may have closed, but our goth queen continues her hosting duties with no cover and filthy commentary during breaks.
Crews & Tango
508 Church Street
Carlotta Carlisle and Katinka Kature host and perform during this wild Drag Race screening on Church Street. Showtime is at 9pm. When asked to describe the night Carlotta says: “we (or at bare minimum I) will be shading everyone and since Brook is our sister, friend and my former roommate stories will be shared.”
965 Bloor St W
Join the House of Lix Entertainment (HOLE) for a show and commentary before, during and after this screening of Drag Race. Sisters Vicki Lix, Selena Vyle and Hillary Ooos (Matthew Donovan) will knock your socks off with camp, comedy and stupidity! There are also door prizes, food, vegan options and huge screens.
477 Church Street
Boa and Ivory hosts probably the most hilarious screening party every Thursday. Everything starts at 9pm, with drink specials all night, and performances. This is a chill screening where you can actually watch the show and they take table reservations so book now!
1214 Queen Street West
Toronto All Stars Allysin Chaynes and Champagna Enemea host this raucous viewing party that starts at 8pm. Get there (very!) early to make sure you get a seat, it's often so packed people are left standing around the room. Lots of commentary, a “secret show” right after and drinks brought to your table.
Glad Day Bookshop
499 Church Street
This screening party starts at 9pm (Glad Day got cable!) and is hosted by a rotating cast of beautiful and talented queens. Stick around for one of Glad Day's always-inclusive Friday night dance parties afterwards.
459 Church Street, second floor
It’s the Rutube - Drag Race Viewing Party with our fave Jada Hudson upstairs at The Drink. The fun and screening starts at 9pm, they’ve got pizza, drink specials and of course, looks, commentary and boss ass presence from Jada.
518 Church Street
Scarlett Bobo hosts this shot-heavy drag race screening inside the cozy pub. The fun starts at 8pm with Tucked 'n' Loaded: With Scarlett BoBo and Friends so get there early to get a seat. You can also get a full dinner here and grab the Brooke Lynn Hytes Cocktail.
489b Church St.
The always classy and sassy Demanda Tension Hosts this screening inside the classic Church Street venue starting at 9pm. Hero Burger is currently under construction, but once they’re open again, they deliver to your table. There are prizes to be won at the end of the show and a performance from the delicious dame herself.
31 St. Joseph Street
Franco, front-flipping queen Jezebel Bardot hosts this screening party with a Ru golden themed drink every week and party music until 1am afterwards. If you want massive HD screens and sound with a mostly un-interrupted viewing of the episode, this is the spot. There are also games and prizes during the breaks.
996 Queen Street East
A host-free screening of Drag Race at the newly renovated and managed East-end spot is the place for anyone over the bridge. The new (gay) owners are lovely, there is popcorn and a great handful of high def screen scattered around the bar.
467 Church Street
Good news! Woody’s bought two new extremely large TV’s (they’re in the back area) and will screen Season 11 on all TV’s in the bar starting at 9pm. There’s no official host, it’s just a fun, lively place to watch, and folks are pretty respectful while the show is on.