Halloween Ball at Toshi’s Living Room at the Flatiron Hotel on October 26. Four Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Costumed revelers descend on the Flatiron Hotel for a Halloween party; unlimited open bar for VIP guests

The Fine Print

Expires Oct 26th, 2013. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Groupon customers do not have to wait in line. Please email toshicell@gmail.com for details. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Animal costumes are a great way to stand out at a party or live the rest of your life well loved by the patrons of a petting zoo. Be anything you want to be with this Groupon.

Choose from Four Options

$10 for one women's general admission (up to a $20 value)
$20 for one men's general admission (up to a $30 value)
$60 for one women's VIP admission (up to a $60 value)
$80 for one men's VIP admission (up to an $80 value)

Toshi’s Living Room at the Flatiron Hotel

The bouncer at Toshi’s Living Room is Ponzu. Ponzu is a morkie—half maltese, half yorkie—lapdog who has a keen radar for detecting meanies. At Toshi's, there are no meanies or bacon smugglers, thanks to Ponzu, but instead an atmosphere that celebrates good food, good cheer, and "moments of rapture … where you're happy to be alive and wanting to live forever," as stated on Toshi's website. Opened in the late summer of 2011 at the Flatiron Hotel, Toshi's space is designed to embrace both its guests and its artists, who appear on stage for a fusion of song, dance, playwriting, and other live performances.

The man behind Toshi is Robert "Toshi" Chan, a former Wall Street trader turned party promoter, turned actor, turned real-estate mogul. He and Ponzu have attracted considerable press throughout his tenure, including a feature on Fox 5 News for his outlandish Super Bowl party with a $1,500 ticket price and a gold-bullion bean dip, and more recently in the Epoch Times, which chronicled his rise since his undergraduate days at Columbia through this latest venture at the Flatiron Hotel.

For those looking to get out of the house with the ladies