Last-minute Halloween costumes are always embarrassing, from wearing an orange T-shirt to smearing your chest with mayonnaise and telling people you're the mayonnaise man. Upgrade your dressing with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $10 for a Toshi Girl ticket (a $30 value)
- $20 for a Toshi Boy ticket (a $40 value)
- $40 for a Toshi Girl VIP penthouse ticket (a $60 value)
- $60 for a Toshi Boy VIP penthouse ticket (a $100 value)
Toshi's raunchy annual Halloween Costume Ball is on Saturday, October 27, at 9 p.m. The regular tickets usher costumed guests into the restaurant portion of the Flatiron Hotel, and the VIP tickets whisk guests to the penthouse. There is an open bar from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m., and 100% of the ticket proceeds go to charity. Costumes are required to attend. To get an amped-up glimpse of the live music, outrageous costumes, and hedonistic, adult-only antics from a past Toshi Halloween bash, check out this NSFW video.
Additionally, partygoers who email their photo to party organizers before 5 p.m. on October 17 will receive a customized party favor upon arrival.
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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.