It's official. Adults have stolen Halloween from the kiddos. And nowhere was there a more adult Halloween bash than at Brasserie 19 on Saturday night. Risqué costuming, dirty dancing and Smilebooth imaging provided jaw-dropping entertainment that went on until 3:30 Sunday morning, even though the booze stopped flowing at 2.
It's official. Adults have stolen Halloween from the kiddos.
As many as 650 — female unicorns with whips, naughty Victoria's Secret "angels," devilishly-attired gents — rocked and rolled to the spins of DJ Cruize, one of Beyoncé's faves, in the vacant storefront two doors down from the popular River Oaks Shopping Center restaurant. B-19 manager Shawn Virene, dressed as Raggedy Andy, allowed that 500 of those guests had dinner reservations for the spook fest. The rest showed up just to party.It was Clark Cooper Concepts' third annual Halloween costume party, this year themed "Tales from the Haunted House." Host with the creepiest most was Grant Cooper in bloody zombie mode. With the additional party space, Cooper and biz partner Charles Clark (sadly working the galley at Ibiza on this night) arranged for Screamworld to cloak the surroundings in wicked draping. Drinks from sponsor Moet Hennessy helped fuel the frenzied partying.