Au Jus

Entertainer, makeup artist, singer & beloved hostess for drag shows and other SF club events. Facebook AU JUS' TIP: Keep up by hydrating between drinks.

DJ Guy Ruben

Seasoned beat selector who's held residencies in the San Francisco club scene for years.
GUY'S TIP: Stick with beer instead of liquor.

DJ Haute Toddy

Nightlife fixture serving up fresh beats at Beaux and other SF venues, crowned SF’s favorite DJ by Grindr, GayCities and Coors Light.
TODDY'S TIP: Get your grub on before getting your club on.

Honey Mahogany

Performer and drag queen gaining world-wide fame as a cast member of TV cult phenomenon RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 5). Since Drag Race, Honey has been hard at work making music and making notable appearances on the theatrical stage as well as the silver screen. She was recently named San Francisco’s Best Drag Cabaret performer by the Bay Area Reporter (2016) and has become a sought after performer and emcee across the country. Honey currently hosts her own drag show and RuPaul's Drag Race viewing party at the Midnight Sun in the Castro called Mahogany Mondays.
HONEY'S TIP: Find your limit and stick with it.

Juanita MORE!

An SF drag legend for over two decades – tirelessly delivering high glamour, drag irreverence, danceable beats, culinary delectables, philanthropy and fabulous parties.
JUANITA'S TIP: Think before you pound that drink.

Juicy Liu

Miss GAPA 2016, fierce and fabulous drag performer & entertainer, a two-time AIDS/Lifecycle cyclist who now represents the GAPA (Gay Asian Pacific Alliance) Foundation ( Learn more about her at Facebook and on Instagram @JuicyLiuRealness
JUICY'S TIP: Keep it Juicy by having a glass of water between rounds.

Keith Lawrence

A Grammy nominated violist, originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who began his musical career at age 10. While his bachelor's and master's degrees are in Classical Viola Performance, he has played with the likes of Bjork, Radiohead, Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, Quincy Jones, Tony Bennett, Mary J. Blige, and many other globally-recognized artists. Keith moved to San Francisco from Chicago in 2008 to tour the world with Grammy nominated group Quartet San Francisco.
A bartender since age 17, Keith started bartending at the Edge April 2, 2008. A party kid since he was young, he's always been a part of the nightlife and electronic music scene, influenced by the sounds of drum n bass, jungle, deep house, electro, and Chicago House styles. You can catch Keith bartending at the Edge on most Sunday nights and sporadically throughout the year.
KEITH'S TIP: Grab a water with every drink. Grab two with every shot.

Matthew Mello

Serving the Castro with craft cocktails and delectable drinks at Beaux, named Stoli's "Best Bartender SF" and winner of Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic 2015, the world’s largest annual LGBT cocktail competition and show. Facebook | Instagram
MATTHEW'S TIP: Share that other 2-4-1 cocktail with a friend.


The Bay Area’s blondest bearded beauty comes to us from Nova Scotia, Canada. "Becoming a part of the LGBT/drag community here in San Francisco has been such a positive experience for myself as well as everyone around me. It's amazing to be in a position to work with children, promote things I believe in, and be able to literally give back to the community that supports me so much!" Catch Shelix throwing LQQKS at the Powerhouse (2nd Mondays), in the mission at Laszlo for Hey GIRL Bingo! (4th Mondays), Oasis (2nd Saturdays), or most Wednesdays in the Castro.
SHELIX'S TIP: Only bring the cash you’re prepared to spend to the club.