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Blue heaven: Halo “angel” Paula Deanda sits pretty at the club’s grand opening


Julio Deejay (Julio Monterroso), guesting for the grand opening, played a frantic video mix of pop, hip-hop, dance, and R&B that started to slowly interest the club-goers. In fact, the highlight of our night was his mash-up of Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” and Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie.” The one-room layout and loud music meant conversation was light, though there is a small, non-descript outdoor patio.

Because we faced a 25-minute drive home, back down to Earth via I-10, we cut short our night before I could revel in another chocolate-covered martini or surreptitiously game the botox pool in my favor, but the dance floor was just heating up.

While it’s not everyone’s idea of heaven, Halo achieves a swank atmosphere without overbearing exclusivity, perhaps in spite of itself. If you’re a Stone Oak-dweller and a clubber past the age of Justin Bieber fandom, put this on your short list.

Halo Lounge and Club

6pm-2am Wed-Sat (Wed is teen night)
18730 Stone Oak Pkwy, Ste. 108
(210) 233-6249
facebook.com/haloloungeSA

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