Friday, December 11, 2009

More New Year's Eve Options

Here are some more local options for New Year’s Eve dinner and parties.

BOKX 109 American Prime

This Newton restaurant will be celebrating New Year’s Eve with two lavish fetes. They will serve a customizable 3-course prix fixe menu, for $60 per person, until 8pm prepared by Chef Evan Percoco. At 9:30pm, the main event will begin featuring a four-plus-course dinner, a midnight champagne toast, party favors and live entertainment by world-famous saxophonist Michael Antunes. That costs $100 per person.

After the winter celebrations, Hotel Indigo is offering guests of the events an exclusive holiday rate to stay the night, starting at only $99 (plus tax).


This Cambridge restaurant is hosting a New Year's Eve bash from 8pm to 2am. The party is for sinners and saints alike, with pure lust on the dance floor as the DJ spins the night away. Gluttonous food stations and passed hors d’oeuvres representing the seven deadly sins will keep the party going throughout the night, and when the clock strikes midnight, the complimentary bubbly will flow. Be the envy of all by booking a VIP section to welcome 2010 like a rock star. Age 21+; cash bar.

$80 per person in advance. $100 per person at door

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

Fleming’s will celebrate New Year’s Eve for 3 memorable nights, December 31, January 1 and January 2. Start your evening with a glass of legendary Veuve Clicquot Champagne ($20), sold individually for these 3 nights only. In addition to Chef Bartel’s regular menu, Fleming’s will offer special New Year’s menu selections: Wagyu Filet Mignon & Cold Water Lobster Tail ($75.95); and Main Lobster & Seafood ($69.95).


The Wine Whore said...

So, I've gotta ask... with all of these cool New Year's Eve choices, what are you doing to celebrate?

Are you going to try to hit as many as possible in one night like some sort of party marathon?

Richard Auffrey said...

I am relatively quiet on most New Year's Eves. I often go somewhere for an early dinner, and then a quiet time at home afterwards.

And yourself?

The Wine Whore said...

I always have a hard time with New Year's... I always go into the holiday thinking I am going to tear it up and have a great time... but then either all of the plans fall through or I lose my motivation. :(

The best thing I've found to do is just to stay at home and have a house party or just enjoy the company of a close group of friends. This way I don't have to worry about driving or dealing with any of the BS.