Birthday parties for kids are awesome, right? You eat as much cake as you want, all your friends are there, and someone else pays for the bounce house. But we've got one advantage over those kids — booze. Time to mix up a Manhattan and indulge in some some old-fashioned fun.
Tiny Tails to You
This petting zoo will come to you for your own personal "hoppy hour." You can request the animals you'd like ... rabbits, guinea pigs, chicks and ducks, and a teeny weeny hedgehog are all options. Bubbles and bunnies? Get ready for instant Instagram fame.
Smokey’s Mobile Cigar Lounge
Based out of Dripping Springs, this 1976 Airstream features leather couches, a humidor, a wet bar, large screen TV, and a hostess upon request. Have cigars. Will travel.
Freedom Party Rentals
Portable laser tag, inflatable movie screens, archery tag, and foam parties — these are all possible with Freedom Rentals. Adult party idea: Watch the Hunger Games on a giant outdoor screen and then reenact them. But you know, without the killing part.
Science plus booze equals spectacular summer treats. These gals bring a whole setup — complete with nitrogen tank — that makes seriously smooth ice creams, sorbets, and frozen cocktails at negative 321 degrees.
You know that girl who can rock a hula hoop at festivals and Barton Springs? That could be you. Hooty Hoops will help you make hoops and then teach you how to use them. Better than any ab roller.
Odd (and awesome). Austin Oddities brings you everything from ladies in Champagne dresses to cupcake chandeliers, contortionists, living statues, and silhouette artists. This option is practically guaranteed to make your party the topic of every cocktail conversation.
Make your big-kid dreams come true by turning your backyard into an arcade. They'll bring everything from Pac-Man and Big Buck Hunter to skee-ball and giant yard games. The only problem will be getting your guests to leave.