The 10 Best Bars to Celebrate the New Year in New Jersey!
Glitz, glitter, and glam: that’s what you can expect from a New Year’s Eve celebration in New Jersey. A variety of trendy bards are offering ticketed events with open bars and live music. alternatively, if you’d like something a bit more laid back, Irish pubs and wineries are also offering festive celebrations. So, get ready to get glammed up to ring in the new year!
Toast to 2018 at Bar A’s highly anticipated New Year’s Eve bash. Dance the night away to music by DJ Mike Nice and Emcee Bacardi Ardi. With the party bumping until 4 a.m., you’ll have plenty of time to listen to the beat, order table service, and mingle in the outdoor heated tents. Because this event is sure to sell out, be sure to purchase tickets ASAP!
Roxy and Dukes is holding the best New Year’s Eve party of the year with a dinner buffet and open bar from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m.. Following the eating and drinking, you’ll get to enjoy a lively masquerade ball featuring musical performance by Will Wood and the Tapeworms, Vertical Fixation, and Pissi Myles. This ticket event will also get you a champagne toast, dessert, and a continental breakfast after ringing in the New Year.
Party with a three-hour long open bar and dance until 5 a.m. at Perle Night Club and Lounge. This hopping New Year’s Eve party features music by DJ Jae T, MC Uro, and DJ Johnny FX. You’ll also receive a complimentary champagne toast and passed hors d’oeuvres.
Grab your ticket for either Perle or Glo and you’ll get admission to both venues with this great New Year’s Eve deal. Party until 4 a.m. at Glo and enjoy drinks from the open bar from 9 p.m. until midnight. Dance to the latest hits played by DJ Tha Editor.
Head to Willie McBrides to ring in the New Year, with a party starting at 11 p.m. Live music played by Lifespeed will feature on stage and if you’re hungry, you can enjoy McBrides’ great Irish food. Buy your tickets online now to ensure that you have a spot!
This packed nightlife venue features two floors for dancing and even offers private sections for special events. Celebrate the start of 2018 from 8 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. The event starts off with a dinner buffet from 8 to 10 p.m. and features and champagne toast at midnight. An open bar is available until just after midnight, so purchase tickets or reserve a VIP table for this party.
Celebrate your New Year’s Eve in this sleek sports bar for a night to remember. This event is ticketed, but the price is worth it as Hub will offer an open bar from 8 to 11 p.m., buffet and passed hors d’oeuvres, a champagne toast, and party favors. Music will be spun by DJ Cam and Greg Groovez. This is the first New Year’s part being held by Hub, so be sure to be part of the fun!
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For something a bit different this NYE, spend a luxurious evening at Renault Winery, which is holding a Great Gatsby-themed extravaganza. A ticket to the event includes a cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres and a whiskey tasting, a three-course dinner, and music played by a DJ to get you up and dancing. Other packages are available that include a hotel room for NYE at the Tuscany House Hotel.
Home to the most gambling and nightlife outside of Vegas, Atlantic City is the place to be for NYE in New Jersey. And the Pool After Dark is one of Atlantic City’s best nightlife venues. Welcome 2018 with a splash at this 21 and over event featuring live music, a champagne toast, and party favors. An open bar is available from 9 to 11 p.m., but if you don’t purchase tickets in time, you can enter with general admission after 11 p.m.
Grab a mask and head to the Pig and the Prince’s New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball. This 1920s-style ball is an annual tradition at Pig and Price and this year has the theme of “Father Thyme and His Royal Swine.” Drinks will be crafted by their skilled bartenders, the menu has been designed by Chef Carrino, and meals will include raw, vegetarian, and gluten free options as well as a carving station, sushi, and more