Martini Madness benefits
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Houston ChroniclePosted January 22, 2013 in In The News

Whether shaken or stirred, the fifth annual Martini Madness crowd customized their bottomless beverages – from classics to cosmos to lemon drops – as they strolled through the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.

They noshed on finger food from Sorrel Urban Bistro, listened to the Jeremy Dorsey Trio and took turns in the retro photo booth by Evan Mallett. Marie Louise and David Kinder didn’t allow tobacco at their event, but guests still enjoyed their ‘tini time and got to take home their one-of-a-kind glasses, which acted as the party favor. Among those at the party, where ’60s mod attire dominated the dress code, were honorary chairs Alton LaDay, Libbie Masterson and Judy Nyquist, as well as Billy Frank, Nicci Guzman, Kim and Kyle Schuenemann and Jacqueline and Robert Guevara

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