After years of wearing neckties for work, we’re so glad we rarely have a job that doesn’t require us to go full-Windsor anymore.
Rather than packing thousands of people into a ballroom for underwhelming banquet food, No Tie Dinner relies on individuals (like you!) to host dinner parties at home the night of (or even days or weeks before) one big dessert party finale.
Host a dinner and each guest donates $75, which includes admission to the dessert party with unlimited sweet treats and an open bar at the Frontiers of Flight Museum. Donate $150 and get early access to the party, plus a special VIP bar and upstairs lounge.
This year’s theme is 80s prom, so you’ll find plenty of inspiration for attire at the big event. Plus, there’s a top-secret stunt that will involve drag queens, dancing and desserts in an attempt to set a world record, so you’ll want to be part of that.
You still have almost a month to set a menu and get friends together for a night of great eating and drinking and another night of great dessert eating and drinking. And if you’re too busy to cook or simply want to attend the dessert party as a stand-alone event, you can buy tickets for the same price and get all the same perks.
As long as you make sure to leave that tie at home.