Houston, TX (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Sunday is the day to wind down the weekend and have that last bit of fun before the weekly grind begins. And what better way to do that than a Sunday brunch party? Last Concert Café invites young professionals to eat, vibe and connect at Brunch’N, Houston’s newest brunch party. Young professionals will find the laid back atmosphere to tee them up for Monday with enough fun to remind them it’s not Monday yet.
The first episode of this brunch series was held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 16 at Last Concert Café at 1403 Nance St. D’Usse, rap superstar Jay-Z’s newest cognac, provided complimentary cocktails and mocktails from noon to 1 p.m.
“I wanted somewhere people could go to have fun and connect with the kind of people they’d want to know, even if they didn’t know them yet,” said Brunch’N organizer and former WNBA player, Chantelle Anderson. “Think of it as brunch meets day party meets mixer. Dawn at Last Concert Café saw the vision for it, and I think we’re going to put on a pretty awesome event.”
Brunch’N will feature a classic mix of 90’s R&B by DJ Honey B, who has spun for clients such as GAP and BCBG. Hitting the stage will be saxophonist John Smoot, who has performed on tour with John Mayer, as well as ETA signed artist Tobe Nwigwe, performing songs from his brand new album, “Pardon My Lateness.”
About the Company:
The Last Concert Cafe is one of Houston's oldest (and definitely friendliest) live entertainment venues. Located in the historic warehouse district of downtown Houston, they have been serving up great music and delicious Tex-Mex since 1949. Their food is made from scratch with fresh ingredients and local recipes, and the atmosphere is fun and exciting, with brightly-painted dining sets and colorful decorations. Local and national musicians and performers entertain crowds nightly. Whether guests are looking to enjoy great food or live music and entertainment, the Last Concert Cafe is the place to be.