4 Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in New York City

4 Ways to Spend New Year’s Eve in New York City

Well… you’re in the center of it all. The mecca for New Year’s celebrations; New York City! Depending on who you are, this could be extremely exciting or the worst news you’ve heard in a while. Fear not – we’ve researched 4 ways to spend New Year’s Eve in Manhattan (for all personality types).

Party Animal

Release your inner party animal and go forth and fiesta! Start in the mix of it all by watching the ball drop from right in Times Square then head over to Copacabana, a large 3 level nightclub in Midtown, and continue the party. If you would like a decent spot to watch the ball drop, make sure you get there by 3pm or earlier and prepare for a crowd! If you still want to party but Midtown isn’t your scene, visit joonbug.com for all the popping NYE events around the city.

Fancy Frolicker

If you got it – spend it! Enjoy an evening with Joe Battaglia and the New York Big Band at the Edison Ballroom. Every ticket includes a four-course meal and the opportunity to practice your best dance skills surrounded by tuxes and gowns in a luxurious Art Deco ballroom. Tickets range from $250 to $350 dollars.

Bar Hopper

Start at MACE located in Alphabet City on 9th Street and travel down Avenue A, B or C stopping in bars along the way. Some of our favorites include: The Wayland, The Summit Bar, Cienfuegos, Drexler’s and Manitoba’s. These are just a few out of dozens of bars located in and around Alphabet City.

Quiet Mouse

Don’t feel like going balls-to-the-wall to ring in the New Year? No problem! At the stroke of midnight fireworks will roar with fiery fury from Central Park’s Naumburg Bandshell. The perfect low-key lightshow surrounded by real New Yorker’s who didn’t escape the concrete jungle for the holidays.

There you have it – four very different ways to start 2017 just as you please! Regardless of where you go or what you do, enjoy the night, be safe and have a blast! For more information about local happenings and business tips, visit Q&A Residential Hotel’s blog.