Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a Fun 1970’s Themed House Party


Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Carriqui as They Debut Their 1970’s Themed House Party



Carriqui will celebrate New Year’s Eve with a special party. They will have standard dinner service for New Year’s Eve available until 9 p.m.  Then ring in the New Year with special performances by Buttercup and DJ Steven Lee Moya.


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Potluck Hospitality is excited to announce that Carriqui will debut its New Year’s Eve House Party on December 31, 2022. In addition to standard dinner service (last seating at 9:00 p.m.), the house party will kick off at 10 p.m. and run until 2 a.m. In anticipation of 2023, Carriqui is taking inspiration from the building’s past as Boehler’s Garden. Fifty years ago, the historic building that is now Carriqui house was owned and operated by Aubrey Kline and his brothers. Kline was affectionately known as “Mr. Pearl,” entertaining and hobnobbing with movie stars, politicians, and dignitaries. Upon his retirement from Pearl in 1972, he turned his attention to making Boehler’s Garden the place for a good time.

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Carriqui’s NYE House Party turns up the volume on good times and pays homage to the 1970’s (period attire encouraged, but not required). Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased through the Tock link HERE. The experience includes live music from beloved local favorites Buttercup and DJ Steven Lee Moya, appetizer stations, a champagne toast at midnight and breakfast tacos as a parting gift.

For more information about Carriqui visit carriquitx.com and follow along on Instagram and Facebook at @CarriquiTX.

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Wednesday, December 31, 2022

Standard dinner service until 9:00 p.m.

NYE House Party: 10:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.

**Champagne toast at midnight

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Photo credit: Lucero Trevino


239 E Grayson St., San Antonio, TX 78215


Founded in 2022, Potluck Hospitality conceives, operates, manages, and partners on culinary and experiential brands in San Antonio, TX. Potluck Hospitality concepts include Best Quality Daughter, Brasserie Mon Chou Chou, Carriqui, Food Hall at Bottling Dept., Full Goods Diner, Ladino, and Stable Hall (coming 2023). Potluck’s team is made up of chefs, designers, strategists in culture-crafting, brand, and finance that all share a love of food and gathering. Potluck Hospitality’s name pays tribute to memorable experiences with great food, great music, and great company–where everyone has something to contribute.  Being together, sharing meals, and communally experiencing music is elemental to what it means to be human. For more information on Potluck Hospitality visit potlucktx.com.


Pearl is a dynamic neighborhood built around the historic Pearl Brewery, which operated from 1883 to 1999. Located just north of downtown San Antonio on the banks of the San Antonio River, it is home to architecturally significant buildings like the brewhouse and stable—both built in 1894—and numerous plazas. Today, Pearl is home to dozens of unique culinary concepts, one-of-a-kind retail, weekend markets, residential communities, innovative office tenants, the San Antonio campus of the Culinary Institute of America, and the award-winning Hotel Emma. Pearl is a vibrant district where community gathers to play, work, and live; it is a place where things are made and celebrated with purpose and sincerity. We invite all to gather and experience the best of what San Antonio has to offer. Learn more atpearl.com.

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