The second Paloma’s location in Bushwick is known for its solid Oaxacan dishes like mole coloradito, pork belly tacos, and aguachiles. But the Sunday drag brunches here should also satisfy your itch to throw money in the air and scream affirmations at a lip-sync performer in high heels. This Mexican spot took over the former Guadalupe Inn space in 2020, so there’s a full stage and a long bar with plenty of room for spaced-out seating inside. And recommend keeping this all in mind for the next time you’re looking for bottomless drinks and gay antics on a weekend afternoon.
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