Ready to get out and party this year? Whether you’d like to put another weird year behind you with a multi-course feast, pescatarian, vegetarian or downright indulgent, or enjoy a family-friendly early evening balloon drop, there’s a spot for you.
Drink, Dine, and Stay: The Liberty Hotel
Don’t book a rooom at the Liberty Hotel on NYE unless you want to party. Housed in a former prison, this spot just oozes ambience — and its massive three-story atrium will be all decked out for an epic party. Gilded – A Lavish New Year’s Eve Fête will take place on all levels of The Liberty Hotel’s main rotunda and feature three of Boston’s top DJs, two dance floors, entertainment and aerial performances by The Boston Circus Guild. But first, start with a light dinner buffet from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. compliments of CLINK’s Chef Daniel Kenney. Ticket options (starting at $205 for general admission), include general admission, table service packages in the VIP Liberty Bar and Catwalk Lounge, and overnight room packages including tickets to the party, as well as dinner packages at CLINK that include tickets to the event in addition to the prix fixe NYE menu.
Family-friendly: Summer Shack Cambridge
Whether you have kids or you just prefer to go to bed early, you won’t be missing out on the fun at Summer Shack. The restaurant is hosting a special, family-friendly NYE Around the World party, celebrating each First Night as it happens globally with a balloon drop every hour from 5 p.m. to to 10 p.m. Feast on the restaurant’s regular menu featuring Chef Jasper White’s take on a traditional New England Clam Shack.
Games and Great Cocktails: High Street Place
Boston’s newest food hall is pulling out all the stops, with live music, dancing, casino games and two of Boston Magazine’s best new bars (Bubble Bath and Daiquiris & Daisies) all under one roof. Not to mention passed bites and drinks from several of High Street Place’s 21 unique vendors. Test your luck with funny money on casino games like craps, black jack and roulette. Enjoy some fun photo opps, with complimentary make-up and hair styling glam ups, and even go home with party swag. Local R&B singer-songwriter and 2022 Boston Calling performer Miranda Rae will heat up the dance floor with an ebullient live performance at 8 pm followed by DJ J-Wall at 10 pm, who will spin right into 2023 with an epic ball drop in their five-story atrium and sparkly toast. Tickets starting at $100.
The North End is always festive, but especially around the holidays. Mamma Maria — the only Italian restaurant in Boston to have a AAA Four-Diamond rating—has a three-course pre-fixe menu ($125) that lets you select from 25 different dishes and desserts. Think Roasted Bone Marrow served with beef tartare, Lobster & Uni Pasta made with fresh Portland, Maine, sea urchin or the perpetual guest favorite pasture-raised veal Osso Buco.
The second Boston outlet from the Blue Ribbon Sushi group will be offering a five-course tasting menu for New Year’s Eve, including a sparkling toast. Of course it’s going to be fish-forward. Think King Crab Ceviche, with satsuma tangerine leche de Tigre, fried oysters and Paella Royal, with lobster, shrimp, mussels, and saffron rice. But don’t worry if you don’t eat fish —each course also offers a vegetarian selection – from golden beets with turmeric cream to mushroom risotto.
Enjoy an authentic Cantonese-inflected feast whipped up by Michelin-starred Chef Richard Chen at Encore Boston Harbor. The $125 per person prix fixe menu features a dim sum sampler, soup, choice of entree, and dessert. Menu items include options like steamed pork and black truffle cabbage bun, stir-fried Szechuan Lamb, and kalamansi yuzu tart.
This subterranean spot located at Hotel AKA Back Bay is offering a prix fixe holiday menu for $79 per person, including New England favorites like Lobster Bisque, and decadent desserts like Caramel Apple Cheesecake.
Encore Boston Harbor’s spectacular steak temple will be treating its guests to a five-course tasting menu ($175 pp with an additional wine pairing for $125pp) including Sturgeon caviar toast, Nori encrusted yellowtail tuna, and Snake River farms ribeye.
Serpa Hospitality Group Restaurants
Chef Michael Serpa will be serving up prix fixe menus across his Serpa Hospitality Group restaurants. Select Oyster Bar, Little Whale Oyster Bar, and Atlántico. Select Oyster Bar will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu for $125 per person, in addition to its regularly available menu. Recently opened Little Whale Oyster Bar will offer a three-course, prix fixe menu for $95 per person, in addition to its regularly available menu. Atlántico will offer a multi-course, family-style NYE menu for $75 per guest, in addition to its regularly available menu.
The third-floor garden oasis inside mecca of Italian food Eataly will offer two seatings, either 5 to 7, or 7 to 9 ($105 each) for a multi-course meal of festive food, drinks, and live music mixing the best of New England and Italy —think Island Creek Oysters, Urbani truffles, and much more. Live music from DJ Tumi will set the scene along with Terra’s signature wood-burning grill in the center of the restaurant.
Just Drink and Dance
The celebration at this bustling bi-level bistro rolls from 7:30 p.m. to 2 a.m., including music, dancing, and specialty cocktails, in addition to a complimentary toast at midnight Tickets for the end-of-year fete cost $45.
Night Shift Brewing Oh the glory days of Windows 95, dial-up internet, Tamagotchis, and N64. Bust out your velvet track pants, chunky heels, and bedazzled denim jackets to head back in time with this Y2K in 2023 party. From 10-11 pm, there will be karaoke, so bring your best rendition of Wannabe, No Scrubs, and Baby One More Time. Don’t worry – the rest of the night will be turned over to professionals, featuring music from the band Cosmic Rush. Tickets are $75/person and include: entry, two drink tickets and Night Shift Brewing’s own Brut Fizzylifter sparkling wine for the midnight toast. 8:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
The Revere Hotel will be hosting a “Shimmer and Shine Ball” on NYE to usher in the new year. The 21+ party will kick off at 9 p.m. and feature a DJ, party favors, photo opps, and more. Tickets will start at $55 each with VIP Express Entry & VIP Bar area tickets starting at $75. Formal (and shimmery!) attire encouraged. The Revere Hotel’s onsite restaurant Rebel’s Guild will be celebrating with a special a la carte menu available from 4 to 11 p.m., with dishes including wheat berry and winter harvest salad, lobster agnolotti, grilled bavette steak, and tiramisu.
Beloved Newbury Street eatery Sonsie will be hosting a swanky Midnight Masquerade from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets cost $127 and include a complimentary masquerade mask, toast at midnight, and three courses of passed apps. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit HERE.
With the “Ready, Set, Party” package, (starting at $229) you can sip some bubbly while you get glammed up for your holiday party or night out on the town with a DryBar amenity bag. Package includes overnight accommodations, in-room DryBar amenity bag with signature products, a bottle of sparkling wine and a $50 dining credit to Pescador Coastal Grill or Blue Ribbon Sushi. So you don’t have to leave the hotel – but if you do, you’re a quick hop from Boston’s famed First Night, and just steps away from the clubs on Landsdowne Street.
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