Astoria, Featured, New Years Eve Dec 17, 2014 New Year’s Eve 2014 in Astoria and LIC It’s almost the end of 2014! Hard to believe, but it’s true. Here are some great options for your New Year’s Eve celebrating in Astoria and LIC. Alobar. “New Year’s (…) Share this Scoop by Meg Cotner total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print It’s almost the end of 2014! Hard to believe, but it’s true. Here are some great options for your New Year’s Eve celebrating in Astoria and LIC. Alobar. “New Year’s (…) by Meg Cotner Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2018 in Astoria and LIC Independence Day 2017 – Fireworks Watching Guide Hello, Cinco De Mayo! Where to Drink and Eat in Astoria On M (...) Photo credit: Jon Sullivan It’s almost the end of 2014! Hard to believe, but it’s true. Here are some great options for your New Year’s Eve celebrating in Astoria and LIC. Alobar. “New Year’s Eve is upon on us and it’s time to decide where you want to spend your night. Are you sick of expensive, and limited prix fixe menus? Unnecessarily loud music? The impossible line to get a drink at the bar and then the bathroom? Yeah, we hate that too. Come spend your holiday with us. We will have our regular menu all night, along with seasonal specials. Come for a pre-party dinner or stay and drink the year away with our fully stocked bar. Champagne Toast at Midnight. See you there.” Click here on Open Table for reservations. 46-42 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, (718) 752-6000 Bear. Three-course family style Russian dinner with two seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. $90 per person includes tip, tax, and open bar. Click here for reservations, which are required. There will be a $100 open bar with snacks and champagne from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. (includes taxes and tip) 12-14 31st Avenue, (917) 396-4939 Bourbon & Vine. Five Bar Drink Tickets include; cocktails, mixed drinks, craft beer, wine by the glass, and Champagne Toast at Midnight. Guaranteed Seating and Time Square live feed on flat screens. Make your reservation here. $60 per person plus tax and gratuity. 36-05 30th Avenue (877) 452-2830 Bowery Bay. “Ring in 2015 at Bowery Bay! $60, Open Bar from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Reserve your space today! Four course dinner menu & limited a la carte menu items available too.” 19-33 Ditmars Boulevard, (718) 721-1933 LIC Market. “We are offering two seatings: a four-course chef’s tasting menu at 6 p.m. ($65, $40 Optional Wine Pairing) as well as a six-course chef’s tasting menu at 9 p.m. ($95, $60 Optional Wine Pairing). There will be an option for a vegetarian tasting menu. Reservations required.” 21-52 44th Drive, Long Island City, (718) 361-0013 Malagueta. “We are going to have Open Bar and Champagne at Malagueta New Year’s Eve Party! Beautiful People, nice ambiance, great food and good vibes! Don’t leave for last minute and book with us your New Year’s Eve spot! Price per person is $80 (Included Open bar, Champagne, Soup, Appetizers, Entree, Sides and Dessert) Call us at (718) 937-4821 and book it right now!” More on the menu is here. 25-35 36th Avenue, Astoria, (718) 937-4821 Mundo. As expected, Mundo’s NYE celebration is fabulous and stylish with their New Year’s Eve Masquerade (costumes are mandatory). Tickets are $125— 8 p.m. upstairs, 9 p.m. downstairs, and that includes food, a DJ, and a bellydancer, plus champagne toast at midnight. More info on the menu is here (yes, Red Sonjas are on it!). 37-06 36th Street, The Paper Factory Hotel, Long Island City, (718) 706-8636 Off the Hook. Five-course prix fixe at $85/person. (Kitchen is open until 11:55pm) Full menu with special NYE dishes also available. After the countdown the tunes will be spinning and the drinks will be pouring till the first sunrise of 2015. On the 1st enjoy delicious brunch 1pm to 4pm. 28-08 34th Street (718) 721-2112. Rest-au-Rant. Starting 9 p.m on New Year’s Eve, enjoy good times at Rest-au-Rant! There will be great tapas specials, live music by D.B. Rielly, free charcuterie platter for groups of 5 or more. Everyone gets party favors and a champagne toast, too, all for a $10 cover charge. BONUS—reserve by 12/20 for a 5% discount. 30-01 35th Avenue, Astoria, (718) 729-9009 The Baroness. No doubt there will be drink specials, but know they will be “SABERING CHAMPAGNE ALL NIGHT!” 41-26 Crescent Street, Long Island City, (718) 784-5065 The Bonnie. “Ring in the New Year in style this year at The Inaugural Bonnie Ball. Join us and celebrate with a three hour open bar from 9pm until midnight for $75. Hors d’oeuvres, party favors, cocktails, champagne at midnight, surprises and more. Festive attire suggested and bring your New Year’s cheer! Doors open at 8.30 p.m. To guarantee tables, we have limited early dinner reservations available between 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your reservation. All of your parties tickets must be pre-purchased to reserve your table.” 29-12 23rd Avenue, Astoria, (718) 274-2105 The Local Hostel. “Ring in 2015 like a Local! Enjoy an open bar of draft beers and wines, hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and a champagne toast. We’ll have live music from five bands and other surprises. Early-bird tickets are $50 before December 25th. Call us at 347-738-5251 to buy tickets or get them online here.” Bands playing that evening: 7 p.m.—Merwin; 8 p.m.—Origami Sun; 9 p.m.—Spicy Draculas; 10 p.m.—Unigen!; 11 p.m.––Tattoo Money. 13-02 44th Avenue, Long Island City, (347) 738-5251 The Queens Kickshaw. “Ring in the new year with some yummy food, beer, cider, and great company! Chef Kenji is preparing a five-course meal that highlights some great seasonal ingredients. An optional five-course beer ($20) or cider pairing ($25) is available, and can be included the evening-of. All-vinyl DJ set courtesy of resident TQK musicologist Spence B starts at 10 p.m. A $5 cover charge gets you in starting 10:45 p.m., and includes a toast at midnight.” Get your tickets here. The menu includes a golden borscht, persimmon salad, parsnip risotto, cheeses, and doughnut tree. Here is the reservation setup: First seating 5:45 to 6:15 p.m., ending 7:15 to 7:45 p.m. ($55) Second seating 7:45 to 8:15 p.m., ending 9:15 to 9:45 p.m. ($60) Third seating 9:45 to 10:15 p.m. ($65). This last seating is inclusive of a cover charge for the music, and a midnight sparkling cider toast. Prices include tax, but not tip. Vesta. Head to one of WHA’s favorite spots for an 80s NYE party! There will be three seatings—6 p.m. ($55), 8 p.m. ($65), and 10 p.m. ($75); tax and 20% tip are extra . Guest will enjoy a four course menu and a complimentary glass of prosecco. If you are there for the last seating, you’ll also get a complimentary session with a tarot card reader, party favors, and a midnight toast. More info on the menu, which includes things like Mushroom Croquette & Pickled Garlic Aioli, Pear & Endive Salad, and Hanger Steak & Cippolini Relish can be found on their New Year’s Eve page. 40-17 Broadway, Astoria, (718) 777-0913 Vite. Three-course dinner for $75 with late night DJ playing into the New Year. 31-05 34th Street, Queens, Astoria, (718) 278-8483 Z Hotel. The Z Hotel has two options for NYE revelry. From 5 to 9 p.m. enjoy a 4-course dinner with dessert and one complimentary glass of champagne. $65, call 347-6100 or email FNB@zhotelny.com for reservations. From 9 to midnight they’re offering a NYE dinner buffet with a champagne toast at midnight. Live DJ, party favors, and open bar, too, and all for $$163.59 (plus ticketing service charge). Go here for tickets. 11-01 43rd Avenue, Long Island City, (212) 319-7000 If you know of additional celebrations, please send the info our way and we’ll include it. Twitter Facebook Email Print alobarBowery BayHappy new yearLIC MarketMalaguetaMundoNew Year 2015rest-au-rantthe baronessThe BonnieThe Local Hostelthe queens kickshawvestaz hotel About Meg Cotner Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver. Related scoops Celebrate New Year’s Eve 2018 in Astoria and LIC Independence Day 2017 – Fireworks Watching Guide Hello, Cinco De Mayo! 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