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A Roaring New Year’s Eve at Pastiche

@ Pastiche, 1506 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX 78202
Ring in 2020 in 1920s style at a New Year’s Eve affair unlike any other! San Antonio’s newest Eastside soigné cocktail bar, Pastiche, will transform into something straight out of a Fitzgerald novel with a celebration of the flapper-fueled Golden Age when hair was bobbed, jazz was king, and speakeasies were where those in the know could find a good drink. This lavish celebration is sure to razzle and dazzle. And because it’s been 100 years since we rung in 1920---only 100 tickets will be sold so get yours before they are gone. Tickets are $20 and include a glass of champagne and toasting grapes.

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