Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 17, 2010
In the dark of the night on Thursday, October 28, Capiz Lounge at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel will be transformed into a Halloween spooktacular costume party with haunting décor, chilling cocktails and devilish bar bites for Halloween on the Harbor*. At this Boston Halloween party at Capiz Lounge, from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., ghouls and goblins can:
o Chow Down on Poultrygeist – this ultimate party appetizer is a fried scotch egg with ground pork, and a spicy red pepper sauce that is sure to spike goose bumps ($5).
o Wrangle the Boston Strangler – a spine-chilling cocktail of Absolut Boston, Chateau Pomari, cranberry juice, and lime juice adorned with a lime rind noose ($14).
o Trick or Treat – enjoy complimentary sweet and sour treats all night and receive your own Halloween trick or treat bag filled with candy and special house-made sugar cookies.
*Halloween on the Harbor is a Boston Halloween party for adults 21 years of age and older that shuttles costume-clad partygoers to participating Boston Harbor bars and restaurants from Fort Point, to Fan Pier and on to the Seaport neighborhood. Halloween on the Harbor tickets may be purchased for $5 through Brown Paper Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/133350, with all profits going to benefit the Friends Pumpkin Pageant, a free Halloween event for children and families at the Boston Children’s Museum on Thursday, October 28, organized by Friends of the Fort Point Channel. For additional information about Halloween on the Harbor, please visit the event’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/HalloweenOnTheHarbor.
Friends of Fort Point Channel is a nonprofit organization committed to making the Fort Point Channel an exciting and welcoming destination for all of Boston, MA’s residents, workforce and visitors .
When not masquerading for Halloween on the Harbor, Capiz Lounge offers guests a new South Boston waterfront destination with a relaxed, modern vibe and sophisticated style. From perfectly mixed martinis to freshly muddled mojitos, guests are invited to enjoy classic drinks, micro beers and hand-selected wines accompanied by sharable appetizers such as a salami platter with freshly made crostini or rich and creamy crab dip enlivened with chopped scallions and grilled bread. Inspired by the nearby waterfront, the sleek décor is awash with vibrant hues of blue and gold, and adorned with hand-blown glass created by a local artisan. The central, expansive bar seats 21 guests, a communal table provides the ideal perch for people watching and mingling with friends while comfortable nooks offer a variety of spots to sip and savor Boston, MA’s newest upscale, after-work bar and lounge.
The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel features 471 guestrooms and 21 suites, a sleek, marine-inspired interior design, as well as full health club facilities and a sparkling lap pool. The hotel is within walking distance to many major attractions, including the Boston’s Children Museum, New England Aquarium, Institute of Contemporary Art and more. It is conveniently located near downtown Boston and Logan International Airport. Adjacent to the hotel, 606 Congress restaurant offers spirited American fare with regional touches, under the creative direction of Michael Schlow and Restaurant Chef Greg Griffie.
For hotel information and reservations, please call 1-800-hotels1, or 617.338.4111 or visit http://www.RenaissanceBoston.com.