Looking To Stay Local For NYE? We’ve Got Some Great Options

By Mike Fourcher | Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Still trying to figure out what to do for New Year’s Eve and you just don’t want to head downtown? Then stick around in the neighborhood, because we’ve got a few options:


Volo - 2008 W Roscoe St. – 3-course prix fixe menu, along with their regular menu. $36 with an optional wine pairing flight $17.

Wine Styles Belmont - 1433 W. Belmont Ave - The staff will share a tasting of some of their affordable favorites, and guests get to take a bottle of your favorite to continue to party! Cost (includes a take-home bottle and light apps): $25

Bar specials:

The Four Treys - 3333 N. Damen Ave. - 9:00 p.m. till 3:00 a.m. New Years Eve “Karaoke”  No Cover Charge. Hats & Noise Makers

The Pony - 1638 W Belmont Ave. – Live DJ, premium drink package, appetizer buffet, Champagne toast—you know the deal. Tickets at theponychicago.com/promos. $75

Jack’s Bar & Grill - 2856 N. Southport Ave. - The buffet features a carving station, the beer includes Heineken, and the package includes a Champagne toast at midnight. $100

Music and Events:

Bottle & Bottega - 2900 N. Lincoln Ave. - Celebrate New Year with a painting party, buffet of Mexican food, and a live band. Buffet courtesy of Fiesta Mexicana, 2423 N. Lincoln Ave., starting at 8pm. BYOB your favorite drinks. $45 Painting from 8:30 – 9:45pm. Live music from 10:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Music Box Theater – 3733 N. Southport Ave. - “Passengers” are invited to embark at 11:00 pm for a Camp Midnight pre-show hosted by your Captain Dick O’Day and staffed by the hearty crew of Hell in a Handbag Productions. Then sit back and enjoy a screening of the film most beloved disaster flick in cinema history, The Poseidon Adventure.

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