The 10 Best New Year’s Eve Parties In Lower Manhattan

12/13/2019 in
The 10 Best New Year’s Eve Parties In Lower Manhattan

Dance your way into the new year at one of several parties taking place Downtown. From sit-down dinners to casual eats, from all-night parties to scenic night cruises, there’s definitely something for everyone. Peep the list below to see which is the right kind of night for you.


1. The Beekman

Beekman’s spectacular “Moulin Rouge”-inspired NYE bash at Temple Court includes live music, an aerialist and dinner menu — complete with a trolley service and carving station. Tickets range from $215 general admission to seats at Temple Court and Bar Room for $365/$445. (5 Beekman St.)


2. Eataly Downtown


Say arrivederci to 2019 and ciao to 2020 at Eataly Downtown. Unlimited fresh pasta dishes, pizza Napoletana, arancini, house-made mozzarella, red, white, and sparkling Italian wines, cocktails, live music and entertainment are included in the $150 price tag. Top off the evening with a sweet treat of Italian panettone, pandoro cakes and tiramisù. (4 World Trade Center)


3. The Fulton


The Fulton’s $168 four-course tasting menu is a seafood lover’s dream. From yellowfin tuna, oysters and grilled octopus to truffle-crusted Faroe Island salmon with apple-celeriac purée and black truffle vinaigrette, the few menu items that haven’t lived in the ocean can be found in the dessert section. That in itself makes a tough choice between a dark chocolate tart with champagne sorbet or a passion fruit and coconut baked Alaska. (Pier 17)


4. Le District


Roar in the (twenty) twenties at Le District, where the French food hall’s $125 all-inclusive ticket includes a four-hour open bar, hats, noisemakers, music courtesy of DJ Sasha Barbot, a champagne toast at midnight and a sensational selection of Le District’s finest menu items. (225 Liberty St.)


5. Mad Dog & Beans

If a more laid-back atmo is what you’re looking for, the Mad Dog & Beans 2020 fiesta features unlimited margaritas, beer, wine, sangria, nachos, quesadillas and chips and salsa. The $65 price of admission also includes a midnight champagne toast. (83 Pearl St.)


6. Malibu Farm


Enjoy a low-key NYE dinner at Malibu Farm. The Seaport restaurant’s $78 pre-fixe menu includes caldo verde, pan-roasted duck breast, squash lasagna and vegan butter pecan ice cream. (Pier 17; photo: Liz Clayman)


7. Moxy NYC Downtown

If you’re not familiar with the Moxy’s work-and-play space Recreation, then feel free to brush up on our insider’s guide to Lower Manhattan hotel bars. Because on NYE the daytime co-working lounge will transition into a first-rate soiree with assistance from a four-hour open bar, DJ set by Crazy Legs (of Rock Steady Crew fame), skee ball, shuffleboard, Pacman, Twister, Jenga, bar bites and a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets are $89. (26 Ann St.)


8. The Oyster House At Pier A 


With a stellar view of the Statue of Liberty and a four-hour open bar, Oyster House is pulling out all the stops for 2020. The $110 price for admission gains you entry to all-night hors d’oeuvres, a midnight champagne toast and a late-night pizza and dessert bar. (22 Battery Place)


9. Stone Street Tavern

With tickets ranging $70-$259, Stone Street Tavern’s NYE shindig features a five-hour premium open bar, complementary early-evening hors d’oeuvres and a champagne toast at the stroke of midnight. A live DJ will be spinning the latest hip hop, R&B and electronica through the early morning hours. (52 Stone St.)


10. W New York – Downtown


Party like it’s 1920 at W New York Downtown’s Prohibition-themed New Year’s bash at the Living Room Bar + Terrace. Tickets range from $150 to $250 and include open bar from 9p to 1a, a live DJ, party favors, a midnight champagne toast and photo booth fun. (8 Albany St.)

Tags: Lower Manhattan, new years eve, Nightlife

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