This December 31, we’re not just ringing in a new year, we’re kicking off a new decade. Do it in style by making plans to attend one of our top picks for a New Year’s celebration out on the town.
Charlotte’s official New Year’s Eve celebration includes a DJ, live music, the lighting of the Queen Citmy crown and a huge fireworks display at midnight. All for free! Find more information here.
The Roaring 2020 NYE Party
Travel back to the roaring 1920s, a time marked by prohibition and daring trends, to ring in a new era at Corkbuzz. Guests will enjoy a cocktail hour with passed canapès and cocktails that were popular in the 1920s, followed by a four-course seated dinner with wine pairings and a champagne toast as the clock nears midnight. See the full menu HERE. $175 per person.
Enjoy a special New Year’s Eve four-course prix fixe menu from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Dilworth Tasting Room. Options include charcuterie with prosciutto, lobster bisque, sweet potato gnocchi, seared scallops, and sweets. $75 per person and includes a glass of champagne. Reservations can be made through Resy online or through the Resy app. Call 704.595.3337 for more information.
5Church will host a special four-course menu with seating times beginning at 5 p.m. Includes half a bottle of champagne for a party of two and a full bottle of for a party of four. Dinner guests can also opt for a $60 upgrade after dinner for the late night party open bar, buffet, champagne toast. General admission and VIP tables are sold out for the late night party.
Make your reservations now at Sophia’s Lounge, where they’ll be offering a chef inspired, five-course prix fixe menu with complimentary champagne to ring in the new year. Reservations are required, with four allotted dinner seating’s taking place on the hour, from 5-8 p.m. Menu pricing is different for each seating and availability will be dependent on party size. Guests then have the chance to upgrade after dinner for an open bar featuring a live DJ, champagne toast and festive party favors. Get your tickets for the late night party here.
Executive chef Joshua Oakley and chef de cuisine William G. Bayrd will serve a three-course menu for New Year’s Eve. Make your reservation online here.
Tickets to the Merchant & Trade Class of 2019 Holiday Formal include entry, welcome punch, and a champagne toast at midnight. The rooftop bash is currently sold out but depending on the weather report, more tickets might become available closer to the party. Watch the ticket site here.
Uptown, Angeline’s will offer a special prix fixe menu for $45 per person with optional wine pairings for an additional $35. View the full menu and make reservations here.
Ring in the New Year at The Westin Charlotte. They’ll have a champagne toast at midnight, as well as complimentary seafood towers with the purchase of select champagne bottles.
Travel back to the roaring twenties with a four-course dinner at Dot Dot Dot from 6-8 p.m. featuring cocktail pairings and a glass of champagne with dessert. View the full menu and purchase tickets here. $150+ per person.
Ring in the new decade at Bardo with a six-course tasting menu created by Chef Michael Noll with complementing cocktails curated by Mixologist Amanda Britton. Seatings offered at 6 and 8 p.m. $168 per person, inclusive of gratuity.
Head to this newly-opened South End hotspot for a curated four-course shareable plate dinner and cocktail menu along with beer, wine and champagne. Two seating options: 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. Tickets include food, two drinks and a French 75 champagne toast.
Close out 2019 with dinner at BLT Steak. They’ll be offering a special holiday menu including roasted bone marrow, pan fried red snapper and 16 oz Delmonico. Reserve your table online.
Haberdish will host a four-course New Year’s Eve dinner and holiday cocktail menu starting at $65 per person with seatings between 5 and 8:30 p.m. View the full menu here. Starting at 10 p.m., they’ll have a pop-up bar on the patio open until 1 a.m. Those who dine for dinner will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne at the late night party.
At the Lake, the Port City Club will serve a four-course meal with three seating times: 4:30 p.m. for $50 per person, 7 p.m. for $60 per person and 9 p.m. for $65 per person. View the full menu here.
Head to the vineyard for the last soiree of 2019. Veronét Vineyards will serve a four-course meal prepared by James Beard Nominated Chef Garrett Tallent to pair with the winery’s bubbly selection. $109+ general admission.
Toast to the “Party of the Decades” with an open bar, midnight champagne toast and VIP options. Buy tickets online.
Uptown, 204 North Kitchen & Cocktails will host a three-course dinner featuring champagne starting at $50. Stick around for a DJ dance party beginning at 10 p.m. with just a $10 cover. Call 704.333.3747 or email [email protected] to make reservations.