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The De Gaulle Grand Opening on Washington Avenue

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If you are looking for the perfect date-night event for the weekend, consider treating your date to a captivating evening on Washington Avenue. On Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 9:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. a new Houston-bar will be hosting its Grand Opening Party benefitting Pink Door Non-Profit Organization and Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP).

Named after the Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris, France, The De Gaulle is Houston's first and only champagne-house brought to you by the owners of Hughes Hanger. The De Gaulle will provide a glimpse into all-things-Parisian in the city's finest era. According to the venue's blog, nearly an entire side of the building will offer a walk-up Parisian sidewalk cafe. Additionally, they will serve over fifty types of champagne, as well as a vast array of champagne-infused cocktails, international beers, and a broad wine selection.

With delectable light bites such as caprese skewers, panini sliders, smoked salmon, and burgundy meatballs, The De Gaulle is sure to host an enchanting experience.

Note that there is a dress code, similar to that of Hughes Hanger, that will be enforced daily.

If interested in attending the Grand Opening Party, email your RSVP to info@thedegaulle.com.

The De Gaulle is located at 2811 Washington Avenue, Houston, TX 77007.

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