Popular queer bartender Twee (photo right) celebrated her birthday with the boys of BJ Roosters on Saturday.
She brought in Midtown Moon’s own Jim smith to sling drinks alongside her for the afternoon.
The theme was potluck style and Twee asked everyone to bring their favorite childhood food.
Wanna know more about Twee? Check out our profile on her from earlier this year.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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