Oasis Restaurant & Bar opens in Sarasota with a drag queen brunch

Rebecca R. Ammons

What do you serve at downtown Sarasota’s very first Sunday drag queen brunch? Gluten-absolutely free pancakes, eggs Benedict with crispy bacon, craft Bloody Mary’s designed with jalapeno-infused vodka and lashings of aspect-splitting fun. 

The exclusive brunch was the concept of Gabrielle Tackett, proprietor of Oasis Cafe & Bar, which opened past week in Sarasota’s Rosemary District at 1525 Fourth St. The property is nestled between Station 400 and The Blue Rooster.

Oasis Restaurant and Bar at 1525 4th Street in Sarasota. DANIEL WAGNER / HERALD-TRIBUNE

The new Oasis Restaurant & Bar, which can seat 152, has loftier inclusivity ambitions than the aged Oasis, which was an LGBTQ bar and nightclub in Sarasota’s Gulf Gate community that shut various months in the past. 

There, Tackett labored for Hunter Vance. Now, at the new Oasis, Vance is Tackett’s common manager, but more has shifted than just the leadership of the small business. 

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