Wednesday, October 29, 2008

What's Hot in H-town this Halloween?

Thanks to my wonderful 'forever the party planner' friend (who I will refer to as Wilky Wilkison), I have a little list of fun things to do this Halloween Evening. Daisy also wanted to make sure everyone saw her in her favorite super hero costume. However, she will be unable to attend any of the events below. Instead she will be vigilantly watching over the streets of Gotham, fighting crime, and occasionally taking pause to snack on her treat of choice; Godiva chocolate covered chicken fingers. Enjoy All Hallows Eve everyone!!!

  • Ernie's on Banks is having a costume party and supposedly opening up their brand new patio.

  • Local Montrose bars on Westhimer are hosting the second annual Halloween Pub Crawl. Prizes awarded to the best costumes start with a pub party for 99 of your closest friends with all-u-can-drink St.Arnolds:

  • The Mezzanine lounge is hosting their Vampire Ball 2008. Possibility of $200 costume prize. Drinks $3.50 all night long.

  • The West Alabama Ice House is hosting Nightmare on Alabama Street: A costume contest, live music by Human and more than 50 lit pumpkins handcrafted by visitors the night before in a pumpkin-carving contest.

  • Kemah Pirate Dinner Cruise
    Star Fleet Entertainment Yachts, Kemah, TX
    $59* Adult October 31, 2008 8-10pm Cruise
    Three hour cruise on Clear Lake and Galveston Bay featuring a DJ, a Caribbean themed buffet dinner, and a costume contest.

  • Fitzgerald's - The 1980's are the theme for this happening Halloween party at Fitzgerald's (2706 White Oak). The nightclub will feature a combination of live music and DJ sets with hit songs from the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s on the Main Stage. Then party at the Lounge Stage with Japanese comic action punk artists The Peelander-z. After the musical performance, The Cold Front will feature ice sculptures and chainsaws.

  • Discover Houston Ghost Walk Tours - Listen to ten tales of murder, death, haunting, hanging and war on this leisurely stroll and MetroRail ride. All are original haunts of Houston. 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays in October. $15 adult; $10 children. Advance reservations required.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for all of the info! I've been trying to figure out what to do tonight!!!

Dallas Shaw said...

Daisy -you look amazing. Pip and percy will be sending you photos soon!