Monday, April 30, 2012 | 5:13 a.m.
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Actor and new Old Navy peddler Joey Lawrence celebrated his 36th birthday in Las Vegas with his brothers Matthew and Andrew Lawrence at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens and Sugar Factory American Brasserie, both in the Paris, on Saturday night.
The handsome brothers started the evening dining at SFAB; the entourage of eight, including birthday boy Lawrence’s closest friends, enjoyed fried macaroni and cheese pops, bruschetta, a club sandwich, a four-cheese pizza (mozzarella, Fontina, parmesan and ricotta) and the signature 36-ounce goblets; Lawrence’s choice was the Lollipop Passion goblet.
Lawrence, dressed in a gray Gucci skinny suit (Old Navy commercials are lucrative!), was presented with a birthday platter featuring cupcakes, white and milk chocolate-covered Twinkies and chocolate-covered pretzels as the group sang “Happy Birthday.”
After dinner, the trio opted for some sweets at Sugar Factory’s adjoining retail store before heading upstairs to Chateau; the brothers chose jellybeans and chocolate-covered pretzels from the candy bin wall and sampled gelato before departing. After walking the red carpet, Lawrence happily posed for photographs with fans.
As the all-male group made their way to a VIP section at Chateau, Matthew, the longer-haired Lawrence, got the party going by leading cheers with Ciroc cocktails before Joey was presented with a three-tier, green-and-black birthday cake served by Chateau’s cocktail servers.
The group later in the evening made their way to Bazaar, the late-night weekly Saturday event on the rooftop of Chateau, and enjoyed the sounds of DJ Bad Boy Bill. Before returning to their table, the brothers posed for more photographs; Lawrence’s birthday celebration continued into the wee hours of the morning.
Thanks to David Becker of WireImage for his photo gallery.
Don Chareunsy is editor of VegasDeLuxe.com and arts and entertainment editor of LasVegasSun.com.
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