"Meals on Heels” is a food and entertainment delivery program from the San Francisco drag bar, Oasis, that turned its performers into delivery drivers who could then provide socially-distanced entertainment.
Performers at the club are driven to the delivery address and perform their acts on the street – dressed to the nines – and end with the food and drink delivery.
A performer at a delivery in San Francisco.
Oasis owner, D’Arcy Drollinger, ran out of Paycheck Protection Program money early on and didn’t want to lay off workers. Instead, Drollinger packed a car full of performers from the club, along with the signature cocktails and full meals provided by Martha Kitchen, and delivered dinner and a show.
The three packages – the Barbra, the Judy and the Liza – range from $95-$105 and come with drinks, entrees and a dessert.