The ladies of My Sister's Room rang in 2019 with an open bar bash to remember.
The premium door fee covered the open bar, champagne toast at midnight and a breakfast buffet after that. Revelers also walked away with cash and prizes from the ball drop. DJ Wulf and DJ Kelly Romo were on deck with the music, and go-go dancers kept the energy high into the early morning hours.
It was the last New Year's Eve bash in MSR's current home. They'll soon be moving two doors down to a space twice as big.
Check out the rest of our New Year's coverage from around town at Blake's, Ten, Heretic and Midtown Moon!
Photos by Laura Baccus Photography
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