LGBT fans of Cowtippers joined with the queens of the Heifer Review on Sunday to close down the popular steak and spirits eatery that's been a staple of Midtown since 1993.
The closing party had such an impact that owner Metrotainment gave Cowtippers a three-week reprieve – announcing the closing was pushed back to Feb. 18.
"The Final Herd" event included host Ruby Redd and music from 1993 when Cowtippers opened.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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