Great beats and serious eats!
Nu-School, presented by Kamyar Ansari, invites you to join us at Capitol Bar for a very special event.
Haute Disco a celebration of music and food.
Come have an amazing meal provided by some of Houston's top Chef, working in the best restaurants including the famed Uchi. While you feast on your lavish dinner in Capitol Bar's fantastic patio, your musical atmosphere will be provided the hottest DJs in Houston and for dessert we have brought you one of the most cutting edge DJs relevant now:
Opening Acts by
James Reed // Kinda Super Disco
Josh Dupont // Nightshade Music
Mishka // Green Card
Tickets sold online and at the door.
www.hautedisco.eventbrite.com for pre-sale tickets
Pre-sale entry $10
Pre-sale entry with dinner $25
Regular admission $15
Doors at 6pm.
Dinner will be served all day. Only 200 portions will be prepared, so to insure your meal it is best to purchase online.
Menu created and provided by
Chef Brandon SIlva
Chef Albert Vasquez
Haute Disco Menu
HTX Street Corn
Roasted Corn, Brown Butter, Corn Nuts,
Beef Cheeks, Tomatillo Chow Chow, Onion Bun
Buffalo Wing Pork Rind
Condiments of Buffalo wings
Cucumber, Pickles, Chile Salt
Chef Brandon Silva counts with 10 years of experience, ranging all from casual to fine dining,
in traditional and contemporary settings. A native Houstonian, a believer of his city, Brandon
went to the Art Institute of Houston for a Culinary Degree. After accomplishing success in many
kitchens,(Brenners, Brennans, Pesce, Bedford) Brandon fell in the heavenly kitchen (or food lab) of
Uchi Houston, where it all came together, as the pieces of his culinary puzzle.
Born and raised on the South Texas Coast, Albert Vasquez began his restaurant career at the age of 15
butchering freshly caught fish from the gulf in Port Aransas. He received his education in Business and Micro
Economics in San Antonio. Albert has aided in managing such iconic Houston restaurants such as Aries,
Gravitas, and Benjy’s in the Village. He moved back to San Antonio in 2009 to open the city’s first gastro
pub called The Monterey. In 2011 Albert was the third Chef in the San Antonio Express News history and
the youngest to receive a perfect four-star review for The Monterey. Aside from a strong business sense and
culinary talents Albert is also a musician and artist. His most recent mosaic mural is privileged to be a permanent
installation in the EaDo district of Houston.