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300 Westheimer, 713-526-6551
Numbers will be celebrating Halloween with a costume contest with a large cash prize, drink specials, prize-filled balloons and a cheap cover earlier in the evening. Doors open at 9 p.m. for all ages.
The Washington Avenue Block Party will feature DJ Taylor Tran, as well as onstage performances from Guts to Glory, Uprising, and Rewind. The party will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. and will include a costume contest with a $2,000 prize, food trucks, carnival games and a VIP lounge. After the main event ends, the party will go indoors at Roosevelt Lounge from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. This portion will feature a guest DJ, DJ Affect, as well as resident DJs Taylor Tran And DJ Bizz.
Kamibashi Asian Art
Enjoy the fun of Halloween and autumn all year long with an abundance of cute but spooky Kamibashi products, including their Freak-O-Bags and handmade and fair-trade dolls. The latest addition to the Kamibashi gang is the female vampire string doll. Also available are Kamibashi cards that share the Halloween theme. Order online or visit the websites for stores carrying Kamibashi.
1222 Westheimer, 713-528-4565
For the trick-or-treater who's not so concerned with candy, Erotic Cabaret is ready with its more mature costume collection.
2801 Polk St., 713-228-9445
Celebrating its 60th year of business, Frankel's is available to meet all your costume needs, both online and off.
1515 Studemont St., 713-861-9080
Party Boy provides the party and the costumes that go with it, so it's a good place to go if you'd like to take your celebration to the home front.
Like most costume places, Southern Importers is gearing up for the Halloween season and has a wide variety of goods ranging from the Middle Ages to the '60s to the presidential race.