Ring in 2019 at a stylish, red carpet dinner and premium open bar party, the exclusive NYE 2019 Bal Masqué II, at the stunning Decorative Center of Houston on New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31, 2018.
Presented by Makin Muves, the exclusive NYE 2019 Bal Masqué II will be held at the illustrious Decorative Center of Houston where chic intersects with bizarre on the red carpet.
Dinner will be served from 8pm to 10pm with catering provided by multi-award-winning Chef David Cordúa and his father Food and Wine Hall of Fame Chef Michael Cordúa.
The party itself begins at 10pm and lasts until 2am.
Discounted rooms are available at the Omni Houston Hotel within walking distance of the Decorative Center. There will be a premium open bar, DJ tunes, lighting and special effects provided by LG Event Entertainment & Production.
Attire is masquerade chic.
- Passed appetizers – Fois gras “Twinkies”, ahi tuna cornettes, angel wings, tomato tart tatins, crab cakes.
- First course – Potato-leek soup, with American caviar, scallion, baby frisee, bacon, and honey dijon vinaigrette.
- Second course – Churrasco and lobster, with crab stuffed lobster, asparagus, corn polenta spoonbread, and citrus beurre blanc.
- Third course – Dessert trio featuring tres leches, sticky toffee pudding, and alfajores.
NYE 2019 Bal Masqué II at Decorative Center of Houston
- Date: New Year’s Eve, Monday, December 31, 2018
- Times: Dinner 8pm to 10pm; party 10pm to 2am.
- Location: Decorative Center of Houston, 5120 Woodway Drive, #3002, Houston, TX 77056
- Admission: Tickets start at $95 per person for either the dinner only or entry into the party. Tickets to both the dinner and the party start at $150. Click here to order tickets or for more information.
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