New Years Eve 2014 in New York City has arrived! And it is the usual challenge of too many choices. The process evokes that same feeling as when the waitress at the diner hands you the 10-page menu. The trick is to figure out which event provides the right fit for your taste and budget. NiteTables is attempting to simplify the process by providing a quick primer on select events. Listed below are several admission and VIP packages which we hope match your group. One thing we do know– all of these parties will be a good time:
Hudson Terrace in Hells’ Kitchen/Midtown West ($210/Person)
This far West Side venue overlooks the Intrepid on the Hudson River and is NYC’s largest rooftop club.This package allows for admission to both floors of dancing, a five hour open bar starting at 9PM and passed appetizers. The party will keep going until 4AM.
Finale in the Lower East Side ($135/Person)
New Year’s Eve at FINALE means partying with the elite like it’s the end of the world at this Manhattan mega club, known for throwing some of the most epic events in New York City. FINALE is hidden deep within the multi-concept property that is home to The General and Jazz Room on NYC’s Lower East Side. Guests will enjoy a five hour premium open bar, complimentary champagne toast at midnight, as well as a live DJ performance by CHACHI.
Pacha in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown West ($130/Person)
There will be multiple levels of action at this 30,000 square foot dance club mecca.Four hours of open bar starting at 9PM. Featuring the dance music of superstar DJ Thomas Gold.
49 Grove in the West Village ($100/Person)
Six hours of top shelf open bar starting at 8PM, passed hors d’oeuvres, midnight toast, plenty of dancing and stay all night for the breakfast buffet. Six guest DJs spinning an eclectic mix of house, dance, disco, 80’s and hip hop with a party that runs until 8AM.
toshi’s Living Room in the Flatiron District ($150/Person)
A unique three-story live music venue located in the lounge area of the Flatiron Hotel this is sure to be a wild and unforgettable event. The toshi’s NYE package includes six hours of premium open bar starting at 8PM with hors d’oeuvres stations and a champagne toast at midnight. Featuring live musical performances and a DJ.
XL NightClub in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown West ($130/Person)
Located in the Out Hotel, XL’s Phantom Ball will be one of NYC’s most unique events. Starting with a cocktail served by the Phantom himself, to a buffet dinner banquet in the style of the Royal Opera and dancing all night long. Attire is black and white only.
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Teqa in Murray Hill/Midtown East ($120/Person)
With a seating at 6PM, this 3-course chef’s special menu with champagne makes for a romantic start to your evening. The package includes a $25 gift card and you are welcome to stay for the open bar starting at 10PM.
Little Town in Hoboken ($105/Person)
Five hours of premium open bar starting at 9PM with passed hors d’oeuvres, raw bar and a breakfast buffet which is served at 1AM.
HAVEN Rooftop in Midtown West ($95/Person)
You will just steps away from Times Square, but miles away in substance and style at this rooftop celebration at the top of the Sanctuary Hotel. A three-course price fixe dinner from the French-inspired menu of Executive Chef Madison Belem with a glass of prosecco for each diner. Reservation times available at 7:30PM and 8:00PM only. Stay on the rooftop through midnight with a four hour open bar option for an additional $50/each.
NYE Dinner ($95/Person)
NYE Dinner & Drinks ($145/Person)
McFadden’s in Midtown East ($125/Person)
General Admission to both McFadden’s and Calico Jack’s with five hours of top shelf open bar starting at 9PM. Full Dinner Buffet at each location and a champagne toast at midnight.
The General in the Lower East Side ($95/Person)
On New Year’s Eve, The General, an upscale restaurant in Manhattan’s ultra-hip Lower East Side neighborhood, will transform into a modern lounge with an Asian twist. Guests at The General will enjoy a lounge vibe amid vibrant red lights, while sipping on drinks from the premium open bar. Guests are invited to mix, mingle and dance throughout the night to music provided by a live DJ. At midnight, cheers to the New Year during the complimentary champagne toast.
SideBAR in Union Square ($80/Person)
Six hours of open bar starting at 8PM and one of NYC’s most energetic crowds will start your year off with a bang.
Village Pourhouse Downtown in the East Village ($65/Person)
Six hours of open bar from 8PM to 2AM and passed appetizers makes this the best New Years Eve deal in NYC for those that don’t want to spend the entire bonus check (do those still exist?) in one night.
This is just a sampling of the NYE offers on NiteTables. Additional VIP or General Admission packages for New Years Eve can be found on the profiles for each venue at http://www.nitetables.com. Any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-846-2220.