Are you thinking our having an All American Wedding? If so check out Bayou City Bride website. Click the link to see more inspired photos.
We were featured in intimate weddings this month. Check out some Kentucky Derby inspired photos for your upcoming wedding. Please let us know if you are interested in hiring a signature drink for your special day. https://www.intimateweddings.com/blog/kentucky-derby-inspired-styled-shoot/
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Tis the (Wedding) Season | Fresh Photos | Spring Drinks | New Beverage Package
Bells are ringing, bouquets are blooming, veils are floating on spring breezes, and the Pantone color of the year is in the details.
If you aren't having your own wedding, then you're probably attending one soon. Our staff has held various different positions in the wedding industry before finding our true passion in booze, and over the years we've picked up a few pointers that really need to be common knowledge, but aren't yet. We present them here, in hopes that you will be the best wedding attendees of 2017.
So here, in no particular order, is the list:
- Unless the bride told you to, do. not. wear. white. This is not an old fashioned suggestion. It is a timeless rule. If the bride doesn't mind, then she's focused on the right things and kudos to her, but it's still rude, and the other guests have noticed.
- Put your phone away during the ceremony, speeches, etc. Calls and texts are beyond rude, but so are pictures. When you raise your phone high or lean out in the aisle for a good shot, you are not only blocking other guests' views, but the photographer's. The bride and groom paid good money for a photographer--let them take the photos.
- Unless you are the bride or groom, the day is not about you. At all. If your opinions are taken into account anyway, recognize your good fortune. You may make suggestions, but never demands. You are entitled to nothing.
- Tipsy you is fun. Drunk you is embarrassing the bride and/or groom. I promise.
- You're at a wedding, not a nightclub. You do not need to be the hottest thing in the room. Your dance skills and your outfit shouldn't be turning heads. Dress respectfully, and dance your heart out, no matter how badly. No dance skills is fine, twerking and grinding are less fine when the grandmas are watching.
- If you haven't cleared it in advance with the bride or groom, you should not be giving a speech. If you insist on it, make sure the bride or groom is cool with it first.
- Surprises at weddings are rarely, if ever, appreciated. If you must, make sure that somebody in charge is aware and approves of it. If you insist on surprising the bride or groom (a risky thing), clear it with his or her S.O. first.
- Do not text or call the bride with questions on the day of the wedding. She is busy, and you are bothering her, no matter how much she loves you. If you're on foreign ground and will need help, ask in advance who you can contact day-of.
- RSVP by the due date. Do not make the bride or groom hunt you down for your reply. Every single wedding vendor he or she is working with is begging for that final number, and they shouldn't be waiting on you to provide it.
- No wedding crashers. If you do not have a plus-one, do not bring a plus-one. Remember, the bride or groom painstakingly provided a final headcount to the wedding vendors. Very, very rarely are surprise additions not a pain to deal with.
Are there any other rules you can think of that we missed? Head over to our blog and let us know in the comments!
Fresh Photos & Inspiration
This year, The Perfect Palette featured a gorgeous photo shoot for a springtime 'Would you be my bridesmaid?' party, and Palace Party brought the drinks, because our beverages are always ready for their close-up. Head on over to The Perfect Palette for a look at all of the colorful ideas and beautiful photos! Don't forget to check out the list of vendors who participated at the end of the article if you're interested in what they did. All were great to work with!
Quench your thirst and bring springtime into your life
As the weather outside gets more and more beautiful, we here at Palace Party will abandon our lawn chairs and trudge back into the indoors for only one thing: our juicer.
So that we can go back outside with a fresh juice cocktail.
Today we bring you FOUR cocktails that look like they belong outside with us making the sunny day even better. Elsie and Emma, the brilliant ladies over at A Beautiful Mess have been developing some masterpieces that made our mouths water, and we picked one for every different taste preference.
Read on to make spring time in the backyard the oasis you deserve.
Vanilla Bean Whiskey Cocktail
2 oz Vanilla Bean Infused Whiskey
1/2 oz Vanilla Liqueur (rec. Dr. McGillicuddy's)
2 dashes Aromatic Cocktail Bitters
1/2 T Fresh Lemon Juice
2 Star Anise
Combine Whiskey, Vanilla Liqueur, Bitters, Lemon Juice, and 1 Star Anise to a cocktail shaker with ice.
Pour into a tumbler and garnish with a lemon slice and a Star Anise.
Go back outside and, once you've settled into your adirondack chair, sip slowly in the warm sunshine.
*Prepare your whiskey in advance. Elsie recommends adding one whole vanilla bean to half of one bottle of whiskey, then allowing to steep in a dark place for 24-48 hours.
Credit: A Beautiful Mess
Mango + Plum Sweet Tea Cocktail
3 oz Tea (use your favorite)
2 oz Fresh Orange Juice
1 oz Bourbon
2 oz Sweet Tea Vodka
1 Plum, cubed
1 Mango, cubed
Combine Tea, Orange Juice, Bourbon, Sweet Tea Vodka, and the Plum and Mango cubes in a short glass, and give a good stir.
Add ice, then garnish with skewered fruit cubes and/or some mint.
Go back outside, and try not to spill as you drink while laying back in your gently swaying hammock.
*Recommended: Prepare this a day in advance to allow the flavors to blend. Forego the ice, and keep in the refrigerator until ready to garnish and serve.
Credit: A Beautiful Mess
Apple Ginger Cocktail
3 Granny Smith Apples
1 Two inch piece of Ginger
2 oz Crème de Gingembre
Juice the Apples and piece of Ginger together. In a glass filled with ice, add Crème de Gingembre, and top off with the Ginger Apple Juice.
Give it a stir, and pop in a straw.
Go back outside and, once you've passed your friends' glasses to them, take a seat under the umbrella and sink into your drink.
*Make a large batch of the Apple Ginger Juice in advance for ease. You can even pre-mix a large pitcher of this drink for parties.
Credit: A Beautiful Mess
Carrot Bloody Maria
2 oz Infused Tequila
1/2 glass Bloody Mary Mix
1/2 glass Fresh Carrot Juice
~3 dashes Worchestershire Sauce
~3 dashes Tabasco Sauce
1/2 lime Fresh Lime Juice
~3 sprinkles of Black Pepper
Fresh Vegetables, to garnish
Fill a tall glass with ice and add Infused Tequila. Half-fill the rest of the glass with Bloody Mary Mix, and fill the rest of the way with Carrot Juice.
Add a few splashes of Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco Sauce to taste, and the Fresh Lime Juice.
Give it a stir, shake some Black Pepper the top to taste, and garnish with your Fresh Veggies!
Go back outside, pull up a seat at the picnic table, and remember to be grateful for your life as you sip at your tall glass of spicy-sweet goodness.
*Infuse your tequila in advance. Elsie recommends soaking 1 carrot curry flavor tea bag per 8 oz of silver tequila for 48-72 hours. Make plenty! This infused tequila will be great in more than just this drink.
Credit: A Beautiful Mess
New Spring Drink Package
This spring bring some fresh to your fests with
Palace Party's newest drink package.
Fresh Juice Package + Bitters
No syrupy mixes or concentrates here, only flavors upon flavors.
This package offers an assortment of fresh juices, chosen in consultation with your event manager, Sarah, and a selection of bitters that will add depth and layers to your drinks' flavors. And don't forget to ask about our infused simple syrups!
Take your drinks from basic to bomb and make sure your guests remember your party for years, every time they try to imitate that drink they had at your bar.
Photo credit: David's Cocktails
By The Perfect Palette - September 15, 2016 - 1 Comment
Here is a throwback article that Palace Party Beverage Company was featured in Last year in September. Please click on the photos for the original article for more photos of the shoot. Also, check out the wonderful vendors featured in this article. All of which were a pleasure to work with and all with such unique talents to make your wedding memorable.
With colorful captures by Karinda K and design and styling by Designed Affair, today's styled soirée is filled to the brim with all things fun and fruity. Think pineapples, lemons, oranges — plus the happiest florals by Linda Doyle! Trust us, this Lily Pulitzer inspired shoot is a total must-see!
Because you know what they say? "Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink," That's what Lilly Pulitzer's motto is, anyways. And she should know since she's the queen of fashion!
"When Lilly eloped with Peter Pulitzer in the 50’s, they escaped the hustle and bustle of New York City for the sun and sand of Palm Beach."
"In the shadow of Peter's citrus groves, Lilly opened a juice stand."
"To disguise the juice stains on her clothing, she had a sleeveless dress made from colorfully-printed cotton and soon after that she was selling more dresses than juice!"
"Since then Lilly's designs have continued to be printed to bring the brand to life."
"Lilly's bright and colorful prints as well as the season change inspired this refreshing and sunny styled shoot."
"The Rasberry Lavender Cosmo served chilled with White Cranberry Vodka, Triple Sec, Lavendar Simple Syrup and a garnish of Rosemary Leave would be a perfect cool down for an outside cocktail hour."
"Moffitt Oaks is located deep in the heart of Texas and sits on over 8 acres..."
"...with multiple ceremony and reception sites nestled on the property with so much open space this was the perfect spot to capture a natural outdoor styled shoot."
"Vibrant yellows, pinks, greens and oranges served as our bright and fun color palette."
"The splendid floral bouquets and center pieces were created by our florist Linda Doyle."
"Our bright yellow lemons were dressed with calligraphy by Camel & Birdie and served as the perfect touch for our bride and grooms place setting as escort cards."
"Our sweetheart table was dressed in white glittering linen with apple flock taffeta napkins and custom citron cushion covers all available from House of Hough."
(Photo of sweetheart table on orginal article.)
"Silver glass beaded chargers accompanied our white dinner plates and on top our clear glass salad plates from a Finer Event."
"Our hot pink flamingos were sure to stand tall on our embellished custom made invitations and menu cards created by Lynsey Creative."
And how amazing is this cake by Bavarian Cakery?
Calligraphy by Camel and Birdie added the sweetest touch to these lemons.
All of us at Palace Party Beverage Company want to thank you for your
business, loyalty, and support in 2016. We hope to see you again in 2017!
PPBC Celebs | Drunk on Love | Valentine's SALE
Palace Party on TV Again!
Adriana La Complice featured Palace Party Beverage Company this past week, where superstar Francisco Gutierrez showed everyone how a bar maestro makes a mojito.
The segment was filmed to promote Ben Affleck's newest movie Live By Night. Set in prohibition era Cuba, Live By Night follows Joe Coughlin, an American-born bootlegger who becomes a notorious gangster.
To channel the atmosphere, Adriana had our sharp-looking Francisco make, and teach her how to make, some fantastic mojitos.
And with that, Palace Party has submitted our demand for a much-deserved star on Hollywood Boulevard.
Catch the action here!
Happy Valentine's Day, Darlings!
Whether you love it or you hate it, Valentine's Day comes around every February, and it's sashaying sexily towards us now.
Maybe you're spending the next few days locking in those reservations and stocking up on roses and heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, or maybe you're stocking up on movies and single-serving dinners, either way: you need alcohol.
I Don't Need No Man/Woman, I've Got Myself
You go, Glenn Coco. You love yourself enough for a whole herd of S.O.s. Gather your fellow singles and have a party, or light yourself some candles, run a bubble bath, and bring this drink to your oasis:
This year, you deserve a
Raspberry Chocolate Kiss
1/4 cup Mint-Infused Simple Syrup
3 Chocolate cookies, finely crushed
1/4 cup Vodka
2 Tbsp Cranberry Juice
Use a bit of extra mint simple syrup and the cookie crumbs to rim the martini glass.
Crush raspberries in a shaker with muddler.
Add simple syrup, and muddle again.
Add vodka and cranberry juice.
Fill shaker with ice; shake until chilled.
Strain into prepared martini glass.
And just in case you're not excited about this year's turn of events, no worries--this drink pairs great with whole pints of ice cream and day-after-sale chocolates.
Can You Feel The Love Tonight
Stand out. Be daring. This year, instead of champagne, make a drink that makes your S.O. forget his ex's name, or impresses your gorgeous date into updating her Facebook profile to In A Relationship.
This year, give your date a
2 oz Dry Gin
1/4 oz Dry Vermouth
1/2 oz Rose Cordial
Add ingredients to a mixing glass.
Fill with ice, and stir.
Strain into a pre-chilled coupe glass, and garnish with a lemon twist, and something romantic, like a rose petal or...a ring!
Free Coupe Glassware
Just because you're single right now doesn't mean you're not the classiest person you've ever met! Treat yourself to some well-deserved pampering with a fabulous singles party this year, and let us add some extra elegance to the affair.
Free Coupe Glassware for parties under 50 people
BONUS: Let us know if you're feeling bitter, and we'll throw in an extra bitters package so we can cheer you up with some extra fancy drinks at your bar!
Contact us soon to get your favorite man or lady behind the bar.
Offer Expires 02/13/2017.
The greatest ugly sweater competition you've ever been in, with a prize you need to win, three drinks to get you smoothly through the holidays, boozy desserts to make your menu memorable (unless you have too many), and another great SALE! Palace Party still reigns supreme; read on to learn the news!
It's time. The most wonderful time of the year.
Time for Palace Party Beverage Company's...
UGLY. SWEATER. COMPETITION.
We know you've got some fabulous woolen monstrosities in your closets, and we want to see them. We want the world to see them.
Here's how to participate!:
- Put on your ugly sweater.
- Pour yourself a beverage.
- Take a selfie (or have a friend assist if you haven't yet mastered this trick) of yourself IN the sweater, WITH the beverage.
*Entries will only be considered if you have beverage in hand!*
*NOTE: If you enter your adorable underage child, their beverage may (must) be non-alcoholic.
- Email us that photo!
- Deadline for entries is December 26th, giving you just enough time to eat too much, drink too much, sleep it off, wake up and apply 60 different filters to all 40 selfies that we know you took, pick the best one, and send it to us.
- We will post every beautiful entry on Facebook (unless you tell us not to) and will also announce the winner on Facebook. By the way, if we're not friends on Facebook yet we should be.
The winner will receive:
A Palace Party Holiday Party Box full of wintery delights!
The exact details are a secret, but here's a hint: It's boozy, it's delicious, and it's fit for royalty.
So ready your cameras, don those woolen gems, and raise your beverages!
Photo credit: morethanthecurve.com
Holiday Cocktail Trio
There are so many holidays to celebrate this season, and you need a drink for every single one of them.
We've got you for 3 of them. We'd have you for all, but newsletters can only be so long, you know?
This year we're going with a Christmas classic. It's delicious, beautiful, and easy to make, making it the perfect addition to take your Christmas party up one fabulous level. Introducing:
2oz Cranberry juice
Combine Cranberries, Cointreau, and Cranberry Juice in a shaker with ice. Muddle the Cranberries, then shake until chilled. Strain into a Champagne Flute, then top with Champagne. Pop some frozen cranberries on top for beauty and extra chill!
Photo credit: Plan-it Vicki
Our selection for Hanukkah took our breaths away for beauty. The cool, clear winter blue sets an elegant tone for your celebration, and gives the drinker a most stylish air. We bring to you:
1oz Gin (G'Vine Floraison is recommended)
3/4oz Maraschino Liqueur
1/2oz Fresh Lemon Juice
1/4oz Creme de violette
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. Strain into a coupe, or saucer glass, and garnish as you please!
We have heard a rumor, by the by, that the lemon juice can be replaced with limoncello for an added kick, if you're in the mood.
Photo credit: Last Cocktail
New Year's Eve
For New Year's Eve, we again have a tried and true, never-fail staple. It's fresh, like your start next year, refreshing, like you need after 2016, and so, so tasty. Ladies and Gentlemen:
The French 75
1/2oz Simple Syrup
1/2oz Fresh Lemon Juice
Combine Gin, Simple Syrup, and Lemon Juice in a shaker with ice. Shake until chilled. Strain into a Champagne Flute, and top with Champagne. Traditionally, you would garnish this with a lemon twist, but it's New Year's Eve, so go ahead and use something glittery.
Photo credit: The Pandora Society
So now you know what you're drinking, but what should you be eating?
Obviously, more booze. Why is this even a question?
It's a good idea to start early in the day, since you have so much celebrating to do, so we made sure to find you some sweet treats that can be dessert or breakfast, or both, depending on your festive mood. Read on!
Amaretto Crepes with Cranberry Raspberry Sauce
Sarah over at The Gold Lining Girl is a genius. A boozy, crepe-y savant. She developed this amaretto crepe that is divine. It can be breakfast, it can be dessert, it can be anything you want it to be because nobody could ever fault you for wanting this no matter what time of day.
This crepe has amaretto in the crepe itself, which is filled with sweet vanilla mascarpone, and doused with an amaretto cranberry-raspberry sauce.
Are you drooling yet? We are.
Head on over to The Gold Lining Girl for the recipe, and let Sarah teach you a little something about deliciousness!
Bourbon Cupcake with Maple Buttercream & Bourbon Maple Glazed Bacon
Nicole, over at Wonky Wonderful, brings to us this sinful addition to our holiday smorgasbord, and may we just say: Swoon.
I don't even have to explain why this is a breakfast food. There's bacon on top, for goodness sake. A three-part confection that's just as impressive as a three-piece suit, it's salty, it's sweet, and it's everything you ever needed in a "breassert." Visit Wonky Wonderful to learn how to make these little wonders, and never have another regret in your life.
Photo Credit: Emma Weckerling
SALE! SALE! SALE!
I don't know if you've heard, but a little thing called the Super Bowl is coming to Houston next February.
We are already seeing the party planning starting to pick up fervor, so don't hold off too long on planning your Super Bowl LI party lest you miss out on your favorite bartender!
See below for offer details:
Complimentary Domestic Keg
Contact us to book an All-Inclusive Package for your Super Bowl LI party before January 15, 2017 and receive:
1 FREE Domestic Keg
Offer valid only for events with more than 50 guests.
Offer Expires 01/15/2017
The complication inherent in successfully pairing wines at Thanksgiving dinner is that the whole point of Thanksgiving dinner is to have a thousand of your favorite different dishes in one meal, and wines that pair well with some dishes do not pair well with others.
Nobody wants their dining euphoria stunted by the wrong wine pairing, and fewer still want to limit themselves to focusing on half of the dishes because that's what goes with their wine.
So do you keep 70 glasses of wine by your plate depending on your latest bite? (This is actually brilliant and there will be no judgment from Palace Party if you commit to this route.) If you're a real connoisseur, you could serve yourself in courses and pair for each course. Realistically, the strategy that will suit most is probably to bring that 70-glass attack down to a well-reasoned 5 glasses. Specifically, you'll want 1 pre-dinner warm up, up to 3 glasses to choose from during your meal, and 1 for dessert/your impending food coma. So now let's move on to picking those 5.
A few bits of advice that everyone agrees on:
1) Go for wines with high-acidity. They will help cleanse your palate so you can continue tasting your feast.
2) Aim for low-tannin wines. Dry and bitter isn't your best bet today.
3) A bit of sweetness is going to go great with your feast--welcome it!
4) Buttery and creamy notes are also going to compliment your meal well.
5) No oak. Even the experts who disagree with each other on most things agree on this point. Oak flavors are not your friend today.
6) Start and end with something bubbly.
The most common suggestions from sommeliers and wine connoisseurs tend toward fruity reds for the compliment, and sweet whites for the contrast. Pinot Noir is a far and away favorite for the Thanksgiving meal, Gewürztraminer and Riesling are suggested nearly as often, Zinfandel, Shiraz (Syrah), Pinot Gris, and Grenache are all also suggested with some frequency. Chardonnay is loved by some, hated by others; if you do choose a chardonnay, whatever you do, no oak. And if it's important to your holiday spirit on this American holiday, you can absolutely achieve your wine pairing dreams with American wines--as our suggestions will be.
1) The Warm Up. It should be bubbly and celebratory. This is pre-food, so your favorite sparkling wine will do. Just remember: avoid dry, and go for something light with a touch of sweet, like a Prosecco.
We suggest: Schramsberg 2012 Crémant Demi Sac ($40) or a Schramsberg Mirabelle Brut, Non-Vintage ($26).
2) The First Feast Pairing--The Red. Look for acidic, bold, fruity, and spicy. A Zinfandel, Grenache, Shiraz, or Pinot Noir will steer you right.
We suggest: Sleight of Hand Cellars 2014 Psychedelic Syrah ($60), a Runquist Massoni Ranch Zinfandel ($24), or Three Sticks Santa Rita Hills The James Pinot Noir 2012($64).
3) The Second Feast Pairing--The Bridge. This will span the distance between your red and your white. Look for a Rosé.
We suggest Sanford 2015 Rosé of Pinot Noir ($23).
4) The Third Feast Pairing--The White. Look for creamy, buttery, and light. Touches of sweet fruit and nuttiness are also good here. A Pinot Gris, Gewürztraminer, and bolder Riesling will serve you well here, and maybe even the controversial Chardonnay.
We suggest: Dierberg Drum Canyon Vineyard Chardonnay 2013 ($45), or the Chateau Ste. Michelle "Eroica" Riesling ($22).
5) The Dessert. Aim for sweet; this is going with your pie and needs to not taste bitter (less sweet) in comparison. You'll want a sweet Riesling, or a Moscato.
We suggest: Black Star Farms 2013 Riesling A Capella Ice Wine ($95), or a fun, flirty Allegro Moscato ($10).
And there you have it! With a mere 5 glasses, you, too, can have a wine pairing experience that brings your Thanksgiving dinner to the next level.
Photo credit: The Culinary Cook
Our fall drink of choice this year is a twist on a much beloved champagne classic. And who doesn't need a little more champagne in their life?
The Apple Cider Mimosa is delicious, versatile, and so season-appropriate it could be the mascot.
You can day drink with it and still be elegant, you can impress your friends with it, and even if you play around with the recipe it always tastes great!
This featured Apple Cider Mimosa made by Becky Hardin over at The Cookie Rookie is the delicious basic version:
½ Apple Cider
Gold and Silver sprinkled rim.
The alterations are so, so enticing.
We've seen additions of vanilla vodka, caramel vodka, and scotch and brown sugar. We've seen the sprinkle rim changed to brown sugar, caramel sauce and cinnamon sugar, and crushed graham cracker crumbs. And that's just what we've seen. Get creative! Channel your Autumn spirit! With Thanksgiving approaching, this is one excellent addition to your feasting repertoire.
Photo credit: Becky Hardin of The Cookie Rookie
Everybody loves free things. We love YOU so we're going to give you the chance to get some free things:
Book a weekday event before the end of the year and receive
50 Free Pieces of Assorted Glassware
A Free Bar
New Bookings Only!
Offer expires 12/31/2016
Photo Credit: Glasswares by Ben Chun
In our last blog post, we told you all about our recent rise to fame, including head bartender Kevin's appearance on Channel 2 KRPC's Houston Life Halloween Special, where he made a drink using a unique special ingredient to turn it black.
Cool trick, right? If you watched the video, you already know that the special ingredient was charcoal.
Yes, charcoal. Not the charcoal from your grill, but still charcoal. This teeth-whitening, beauty care regimen staple is making a comeback on the bartending scene as bartenders give their best drinks a bit of extra intrigue by turning them black.
Like the indisputably classic Little Black Dress, the Little Black Drink is chic, sleek, and always so stylish. It's no wonder bartenders at the Tales of Cocktails conference this year were all about it.
Perhaps you've heard of adding charcoal powder to drinks before, especially if you're health food focused. It's a powerful detoxing agent that absorbs chemicals and toxins, enough even to treat drug overdoses in hospitals. (I feel it's important to mention here that if we have any recreational drug users among our readers, we here at Palace Party do not recommend munching on a charcoal briquette from your grill in the event of an emergency.) Additionally, rumors abound that charcoal can help prevent hangovers by absorbing the toxins that cause you morning-after pain. It sounds too good to be true, right? Healthy, hangover preventing, and cool looking...can all of my drinks be like that?
But I have for you a word of caution: charcoal powder is almost too powerful, and unfortunately that hangover rumor is pure myth. Even if charcoal powder isn't the same charcoal that you use for grilling, it's still not quite 100% safe.
While the sexy black beverage the bartender just slid across the bar to you will not have a high enough dose to cause effects in most people, it will cause effects in some. Charcoal absorbs indiscriminately. It won't distinguish between toxins and nutrients, or chemicals and medication. If you are on supplements or medication that your body needs, you should avoid charcoal.
Regardless of your state of medication, if you're consuming charcoal, be sure to eat well to replenish the nutrients it steals. Above all, remember to drink a lot of water if you're going to have any charcoal, especially mixed with alcohol, because that combination will dehydrate you.
All of that said, if you're just having one drink, you're probably okay. Knowing that, we here at Palace Party accepted the challenge and tried some charcoal toting black beverages. Good news: they were yummy, and we lived!
So, what do you think? Do you dare to try the black drinks who owe their sultry hue to charcoal?
Photo credit: The Drink Blog
In the past two months, Palace Party has been featured not once, but twice on Channel 2 KPRC's Houston Life show!
Sarah and Sammy were featured on the Labor Day special where they showed off their skills, wielding shakers and charm alike to impress the hosts and audience.
Then in October, Kevin followed with his own rise to fame in the Halloween Special, where he concocted three smoking party drinks and wooed the audience with his smile.
We're trying not to let our egos swell, but we're about one more tv appearance away from demanding our star be added to Hollywood's Walk of Fame.