New Year’s Eve in NYC

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In the City that Never Sleeps, New Year’s Eve is kind of a big deal. It’s the end of the Holiday Season, and the end of 2012. Whether single or taken, society pressures you to celebrate ringing in the New Year. Here are some of our suggestions to bring in 2013!

The Times Square Lowdown:

Everyone that doesn’t live in NYC, imagines spending their night at Times Sqaure. The ball drops, confetti flies in the air, and you join millions of people in the streets celebrating the new year. Yes, you can wait hours in Times Square and MIGHT be able to see the ball drop. Performances include bands like the Neon Trees and Taylor Swift. However, you have to wait hours without something to drink or eat or even use the bathroom. Prepare to be locked in specific sections as the night goes on. Today’s Times Square is a far cry from what it used to be based on the popularity, but it is something you should do in your lifetime!

 

5 Hour Open Bar Options:

-The prices will be going up during the weekend, so be sure to cement your plans in now.

Greenwich Village Country Club

110 University Place , New York NY 10003
The Ainsworth

122 W 26th Street, New York NY 10001
Culture Club

20 W 39th St, New York NY 10018
Johnny Utah’s

25 West 51st Street, New York NY 10019
Asellina at Gansevoort Park Avenue

420 Park Avenue South, New York NY 10016
Katra

217 Bowery, New York NY 10002

Sleep No More

For a unique New Year’s Eve, the McKittrick Hotel, aka location of Sleep No More, will be hosting The Royal Huntsman’s BallFeaturing a performance of the highly acclaimed Sleep No More, a royal feast, and an ending dance party, this event is a great way for a twist on celebrating the night.

 

The Pony Bar

As one of our favorite choices for the “Low Key” NYC-er, The Pony Bar is a great option. They’re offering no cover, no charge, and most of the beers are $5. Both locations in Hell’s Kitchen and the Upper East Side will be open. Try the Horseradish Pickles!

Hell’s Kitchen Location

637 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10036

Upper East Side Location

1444 1st Ave. at 75th St, New York, NY 10128

 

Whatever you do out there, be safe kids! And be sure to send us your NYE stories for Advice in the AM!

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