After each year we all hope that the next one will be better; that we’ll get even closer to our dreams, that we’ll be happier, healthier inside and out… and that is why New Year’s Eve is so exciting, and deservedly so, new beginnings are always refreshing. New York City’s most popular New Year’s event takes place in Times Square, but of course, you’ve heard of this. Our Westchester Car Service aims to inform you of some awesome New Year’s Eve events around New York that you have probably not heard of. New Year’s Eve is a hectic time in New York city; consider our Westchester Limo Service and let us bear the burden of navigating the heavily congested New York City streets as you sit back and reflect on the past year and the fresh start you are about to receive at the stroke of midnight.
Dinner at Massoni
Enjoy a lovely dinner at this neo-Italian restaurant located within the Arlo NoMad Hotel. The in-house chef will be welcoming the New Year with a prix fixe dinner that includes delicacies such as tater tots with caviar and mascarpone, an egg and white-truffle pizza, and rigatoni with alla vodka sauce. Ordinary dinner is scheduled for 6 to 8pm and goes for $150 per person. Special dinner has, however, been scheduled for 8 to 10pm at $250 per person; the special dinner includes a complimentary rooftop champagne toast at midnight and an open-bar dance party that will last till 2am.
New Year’s Masquerade with Sleepy & Boo
Masquerade parties are especially appropriate for New Year’s Eve. We don’t know what the New Year will bring and we think masquerade parties symbolize this mystery. Put on your mask and head over to the TBA Brooklyn’s annual event. You will be entertained all night by the electro duo Sleepy & Boo among other special guest entertainers. If you arrive early, you will have access to the $90 open bar, a pre-midnight buffet, and free party favors. Alternatively, you can watch the ball drop in the comfort of your own home and head over to the event for general admission tickets that will be going for $35. Note, however, general admissions tickets do not include the open bar or the buffet.
New Year’s Eve Celebration at the Edison Ballroom
Escape the hype associated with most New Year’s Eve events with a fun night of dinner and dancing at the expansive Edison Ballroom. Ticket prices range between $225 and $325 and each ticket will at least include a four-course meal and a chance to show off your awesome dance moves. You will be entertained all night by the likes of the New York Big Band and Joe Battaglia.
New Year’s Eve Fireworks Cruise on Manhattan II
This cruise takes place on both the East River and Hudson River, which guarantees that you will have pristine views of the entire New York skyline and possibly even fireworks. Kick of the celebration with some champagne and sparkling wine tasting, then snack on hors d’oeuvres as you tour the 200-foot yacht. You will be entertained the entire time by a live jazz trio, slowly swaying you into the New Year. Tickets for his cruise go for $380 but we suggest you purchase yours now before they are sold out.