Get your grove on this NYE at Carriqui

Party like its 1970 with bell bottoms, beer, and cheers.


Boogie down the original mahogany bar top this NYE.

Photo by Carriqui

One of the newest additions to Pearl’s food scene, Carriqui, will debut its New Year’s Eve House Party on December 31.

Ring in the new by reminiscing on the old — or, should we say, retro — with a 1970s-themed celebration.

Why 1970s-themed? We’re glad you asked. 50 years ago, the historic Carriqui house was home to Boehler’s Garden, owned and operated by Aubrey Kline and his brothers. During this time, Kline led the effort to cement Pearl beer as the beer of Texas, entertaining and hobnobbing with movie stars, politicians, and dignitaries.

Carriqui intends on capturing that same energy this New Year’s Eve with drinks, disco, and delectable dining options. So dust off the bell bottoms, and check how you can ring in 2023 in style.

The house party will kick off at 10 p.m. and run until 2 a.m. with a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are now open online.

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