7001 Franklin Avenue Los Angeles
For those of you who have never been to The Magic Castle, you are in for a treat. The Historical Society will have its long overdue Halloween party at this legendary Los Angeles landmark on Thursday, October 19th starting at 5:00. Doors open at 5:00 for drinks and various activities. This is a no-host bar. At 6:00 guests will enter the main dining where they will be treated to the Classic Magic Castle 3-Course Prix Fixe Menu, and the option to choose from a variety of delicious dishes. The price for dinner and the shows is $175 per person.
CHOICE OF MAIN COURSE
GRILLED 6oz FILET MIGNON garlic whipped potatoes, grilled jumbo asparagus, and red wine sauce
CITRUS ROSEMARY ROASTED HALF CHICKEN garlic whipped potatoes grilled jumbo asparagus, and citrus beurre blanc
PAN-SEARED SCOTTISH SALMON garlic whipped potatoes grilled jumbo asparagus, and citrus beurre blanc
BUCATINI OGLIO E ALIO WITH FRESH TRUFFLES
Please select your main course and ticket from the drop down menu. (small Paypal processing fee added)
At 8:00 pm there is the Palace Magic Show in the main theater
Guests can stay to enjoy more of the rest of the shows and the castle until closing which is 1:00 AM. Please keep in mind this is a no-host bar and no-host parking. Parking is $25. and carpooling, Uber, and Lift are encouraged.
The Magic Castle is a private magic nightclub of the Academy of Magical Arts (AMA) which hosts nightly performances and it is considered an honor by many magicians to perform there. It is located in Hollywood, California, and opened its doors on January 2, 1963. Only members and their guests are allowed entrance, though courtesy invitations can be obtained by magicians visiting from out of town. During a typical evening, there are numerous magic shows and historic displays, as well as a full-service dining room and numerous bars. The atmosphere is reminiscent of classic nightclub days, and a dress code of fancy party attire is enforced.