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Superbowl51 Parties in Houston, Texas(Sun.,Jan.29th-Sun.Feb.5th 2017)

There are plenty of options for mingling with NFL players, coaches, media personalities, and more while enjoying good food and libations. This is a short guide, which only includes events that are not sold out and offer food and drinks, to plan your pre-Super Bowl partying.
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When: Sun., Jan. 29th
Join NFL Alumni/Analyst/Talk Show Host ND Kalu & Your “Latina Girl” Carmen Contreras, along with local (as well as national) NFL, Media, and Celebrity guests for our Media Kickoff Party for Super Bowl 51 Media Week. This soiree is industry exclusive and INVITATION ONLY. However, a *LIMITED* number of guests will be privilged to purchase an RSVP for $100, admission at the door will require $150. Super Bowl Media Week is a busy week and this event serves as the starting point.
LADIES BRING OUT YOUR FANCY DRESSES! GENTLEMEN WEAR YOUR BEST DRESS WARDROBE!!!
*Note: Due to the safety and security of our invited attendees, we reserve the right to limit the use of Camera Phones and personal recording devices. We are encouraging a relaxed atmosphere. You must present a (CURRENT) Media Credential, Official Invitation, or Paid Ticket to enter. This facility will be highly secured by HPD and has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy towards compromising the integrity of the evening. ***ALL (ON-AIR) TV/RADIO PERSONALITIES WILL BE GRANTED COMPLEMENTARY ACCESS. PLEASE SHOW (CURRENT) PROOF OF EMPLOYMENT TO RED CARPET USHER*** (We ask that you please be mindful that this is a charity benefit, so we do require that you donate any monetary contribution amount of your choice at the door before entering. We thank you in advance for your generosity).
Bring out your Bentley, Lambo, Ferarri, Rolls Royce, any exotic car you have! Be in good company! City Centre is a very nice upscale dining, shopping, and entertainment district just west of downtown Houston.

To request more info, please email event organizer at:
rsvpmediakickoffparty@gmail.com
EVENT WILL INCLUDE:
FRESH HAND ROLLED CIGARS PROVIDED ON-SITE BY EL CUBANO CIGARS*
HORS D’OEUVRES
MUSIC BY: DJ iLL-SET AND SURPRISE DJ TO CLOSE THE EVENT!
RED CARPET
DECOR
EXOTIC CARS***
PLENTY OF PARKING AREAS IN AND AROUND CITY CENTRE (cash valet parking will be available)
Benefiting the “SAG-AFTRA Foundation” and the “Kalu 4 Kids Foundation”
*See one of the hosts for a free cigar ticket
**Must be 21 and older to enter event and be served alcohol
***Displyed by Ecurie25 Supercar Club

Official Super Bowl LI Parties
Party: 2017 Players Tailgate
When : Feb 5, 12:00 p.m.
Where: Mike Calvert Toyota
Details: Hosted by Guy Fieri and a slew of chefs from across the country, this epic tailgate will feature appearances from 25+ NFL players, a mac & cheese bar, tacos, BBQ and plenty of booze.
Cost: $699
Party: Taste Of The NFL
When : Feb 4, 7:00 p.m.
Where: University of Houston
Details: Celebrity chefs Alex Guarnaschelli, Andrew Zimmern, and Richard Blais will host this pre-Super Bowl party to raise funds for food banks in Houston and beyond. Your ticket gets you access to food & wine pairings, plus a performance from The Band Perry.
Cost: $700 and up
Party: Leather & Laces
When : Feb 4 & Feb 5, 9 p.m.
Where: Hughes Manor
Details: The celebrity status of hosts Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy is arguably dubious, but nonetheless, this “star-studded” party will feature bites from Del Frisco’s and booze from Grey Goose, Shiner, and more.
Cost: $325 and up
Party: NFL Alumni Official Game Day Brunch
When : Feb 5, 11 a.m.
Where: Del Frisco’s – Westheimer
Details: Before the big game, you can enjoy brunch with NFL legends like Marcellus Wiley while enjoying pre-game analysis, predictions, and autograph sessions.
Cost: $500
Party: Cigars With The Stars
When : Feb 2, 7 p.m.
Where: Irish Cowboy
Details: Hosted well before the Super Bowl, hobnob with Mike Ditka and Ron Jaworski while enjoying cigars, single-malt scotch, and heavy appetizers. Did we mention that there’s an open bar?
Cost: $500 and up
Party: Super Bowl Breakfast
When : Feb 4, 8 a.m.
Where: Marriott Marquis Houston
Details: While you enjoy breakfast, watch the presentation of the NFL’s Bart Starr Award, given for “outstanding character, integrity and leadership in the home, on the field, and in the community.”
Cost: $250 and up
Party: Legends For Charity Dinner
When : Feb 2, 5 p.m.
Where: Marriott Marquis Houston
Details: Held on Thursday, this dinner at the spanking-new Marriott Marquis will feature the presentation of the Pat Summerall Award while raising cash for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
Cost: $250 and up
Party: The Big Texas Party
When : Feb 2, 7 p.m.
Where: Silver Street Studios
Details: Hosted by CultureMap and ESPN Radio, this fete will feature NFL legends alongside Texas brews, barbecue, and plenty of whiskey.
Cost: $125 and up
Party: Pastorini’s Super Party
When : Feb 2, 8 p.m.
Where: Redneck Country Club
Details: This event’s individual tickets are sold out, but if you’re flush with cash, consider a pricey sponsorship (starting at $15,000) so you can enjoy “gourmet Texas fare, hand-rolled cigars, and an open bar.”
Cost: $85 and up
Party: 2017 VIP Meet and Greet Party
When : Feb 3, 8 p.m.
Where: Hermann Park Golf Course
Details: If you’re too broke to splurge on a $1000 party ticket, consider this event, where $40 will get you food, champagne, drink specials, and the chance to rub elbows with celebs.
Cost: $40 and up
Party: Texas-Size Pre-Super Bowl Party
When : Feb 4, 7 p.m.
Where: DoubleTree Houston
Details: Join actor Morris Chestnut for this Super Bowl shindig featuring food, music, and plenty of booze.
Cost: $175 and up
Party: Tailgate 51
When : Feb 5, 12:30 p.m.
Where: Crowne Plaza NRG Stadium Hotel
Details: Within stumbling distance of NRG Stadium, Tailgate 51 will serve up a killer buffet (think peel n’ eat shrimp, braised brisket, and more) alongside appearances from NFL stars and legends. Oh, and don’t forget about the open bar of premium booze.
Cost: $450
Houston Super Bowl Parties
Where To Watch Super Bowl LI
If you didn’t score tickets to the Super Bowl, don’t fret. Houston has plenty of great bars and restaurants that will be screening the game on HD screens, which is about as close to the real thing as you’re going to get. If you’re looking for a more low-key affair, check out Eater Houston’s guide to the city’s best sports bars.