'Get Together' at a’Bouzy for Madonna Weekend

'Get Together' at a’Bouzy for Madonna Weekend

THE QUEEN OF pop touches down in H-Town for two shows at the Toyota Center on March 28-29 as part of her Celebration Tour. River Oaks hot spot a’Bouzy is getting into the groove with a two-day bash celebrating the material girl.


On the nights of the concerts, a’Bouzy is turning into the pre-concert party HQ with champagne specials, themed dishes, costume contest and fun cocktails all while playing 40 years of Madonna’s hits. The party is 3pm-8:30pm on Thursday and 5pm-8:30pm on Friday.

Food specials start at $7 and include La Isla Bonita Ceviche and Dress You Up Street Tacos. Must-haves include the Preachin’ Papas pomme frites with cheese, bacon, sour cream and chives. (Don’t worry about the calories; you’ll dance it all off at the concert later!)

A’Bouzy’s signature Moet Chandon is on special, and is featured alongside gin and lemon juice in the Erotica cocktail. And who can resist an Espresso Yourself martini?!

The Celebration Tour was originally schedule for October, but postponed to Easter weekend due to a health scare that left Madonna in the hospital last summer. The show features hits from her record-breaking career, her first-ever greatest hits concert.

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