The Top Times Square New Year’s Eve Parties

by Jenna Goldfarb
12.22.2009

#1 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Times Square All Access
The New Year's Eve Ball Drop in Times Square is the most famous celebration in the world. At the stroke of midnight, millions of people watch the crystal ball drop in Times Square and thousands of people cram into New York City to experience the coming of the New Year. The Times Square All Access Pass, our most popular ticket option, is the ideal choice for you and your friends this New Year's Eve. While waiting for the ball to drop in Times Square, this All Access Pass will grant you access to over ten venues around the area. Some of these venues are: Bourbon Street, House of Brews, Broadway Comedy Bar and Times Square Center. Not only will you get front-of-the-line access into all of these venues, but you will also experience 8 hours of open bar! From 6pm to 2am, you will receive all of the drinks you wish, including free champagne for the midnight toast!   So while thousands of people will be waiting in the winter cold for the ball to drop this New Years, enjoy  yourself at whichever bar, lounge, or restaurant on the list that you choose. Click here for more information on .

#2 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Times Square Center
This New Year's Eve party offers over seven hours of open bar, making it the longest open bar in the city! It also includes a champagne toast at midnight for all the guests to share. In addition to all the beverage perks, you’ll receive party favors to help celebrate the New Year right. Times Square Center is also fully equipped with multiple DJs spinning the very best of hip-hop and Top 40 so you can dance the night away into the New Year. While the alcohol clearly seems like the biggest advantage of attending this event, the best is actually yet to come. What makes this party one of the most sought after New Year’s Eve events is the fact that the infamous Times Square New Year's Eve Ball Drop is only 1 block away. Click here for more information on Times Square Center New Year's Eve.

#3 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Club Cheetah
For those of us who don't drink, don't want to drink to the point of hospitalization or don't spend $500 on a typical night out, Club Cheetah provides a solution. With a pay-as-you-go cash bar just half a block from Times Square, Club Cheetah provides an excellent alternative to the often overpriced open bar ticket. General admission tickets go for just $25 - by far the cheapest New Years ticket in NYC. For the night owls and the party hoppers, Club Cheetah also offer an after-midnight ticket for $20 and an after-2 a.m. ticket for just $10! With such low prices, you can be a part of the biggest New Year's party on earth in Times Square, without spending 2010 in debt. Click here for more information on Club Cheetah New Year's Eve.

#4 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Mars 2112
Ever wonder if there’s life on Mars? If so, join us this New Year's Eve for the journey of a lifetime. Being one of the largest venues in the Times Square area, it’s the perfect spot to ring in the New Year. The martian-friendly extravaganza offers a six-hour open bar full of your favorite alien cocktails. VIP admittance is available and live access to the ball drop is permitted. Party favors will be handed out all night long and there will be a special champagne toast at midnight...not to mention a guest list of earthlings and out-of-this-world martians alike. Mars 2112 throws together the perfect mix of fantasy and reality. So be sure to get your moon shoes ready to make a crash landing on Mars this New Year's Eve. Click here for more information on Mars 2112 New Year's Eve.

#5 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Espace
From some of New York’s most glamorous fashion shows to lavish Manhattan Socialite weddings, Espace has experience in hosting the city’s best events. It’s no wonder their New Year’s Eve extravaganza is one of the most anticipated parties of the year. Espace features a 6 hour open bar from 9pm-3am, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and live countdown with champagne toast as the clock strikes midnight, all while enjoying the tunes DJ Price spinning all of your favorite hits. VIP Tables are available, complete with bottle service, individual hors d’ouevres platters, and cocktail waitress. What is being deemed “A NYE Event for the NYC Crowd,” Espace is where the party will be for the Real NYC Experience. Click here for more information on Espace New Year's Eve.

#6 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Roseland Ballroom
Since its first New Year's Eve party in 1920, Roseland Ballroom has kept its tradition of throwing lavish parties. The venue has hosted a slew of A-list events from the Entourage Season Four premiere party to the Sopranos season finale after-party, and transforms its décor with each extravaganza it hosts. For New Year’s Eve 2010, Roseland Ballroom will invite its guests into the 18,000-square-foot venue where they will be greeted by the sounds of music spun by Grammy-nominated artist, DJ Paul van Dyk. Due to the global stature of Paul Van Dyk, guests can expect an international and cosmopolitan audience in attendance. Click here for more information on Roseland Ballroom New Year's Eve

#7 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Hawaiian Tropic Zone 
Aloha! Why stand in the blistering cold waiting for the ball to drop when you can, literally, be in the Hawaiian Tropic Zone? Surrounded by a sexy and chic décor, you will be taken on an exotic adventure where you will enjoy Olympic style flame torches, a three-tiered dining room, a cat-walk stage and a two-story waterfall. Enjoy a mouth-watering menu put together by celebrity chef David Burke and a Top-Shelf Open Bar with signature drinks. Dance into the New Year with the best of mash ups, hip-hop, rock, 80s throwback joints and top 40. In addition, sexy Hawaiian Tropic Zone models (your table concierges) will don bikinis and sarongs and ensure that you have everything you need to make your New Years Eve a success! Get those ice cubes ready – it’s going to be a HOT party! Click here for more information on Hawaiian Tropic Zone New Year's Eve.

#8 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Utsav
Located less than one block from the center of Times Square; Utsav is a lounge unto itself.  With it's open floor plan, high ceilings, and floor to ceiling glass wall of windows looking out onto 46th & 47th Streets, Utsav will prove to be one of the premier New Years Eve Parties in Times Square. This venue will be set up with perimeter tables for bottle service, a DJ spinning hip hop, dance, and top 40, along with a 6 hour Premium Open bar of soda or alcohol. One of the most important details about Utsav is that it is all ages. General admission tickets start at $95, depending on your age. There are also tickets available that are cheaper, after midnight. Click here for more information on Utsav New Year's Eve.

#9 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Dave & Buster's
For New Year’s Eve 2010, you and your entire family (yes, even the minors), can have the time of their lives right in the center of New York’s City’s Times Square, without baring the cold! That’s right, you can celebrate New Year’s Eve in Times Square, and all while experiencing enough excitement to keep you satisfied for the year. Dave & Busters is one of the few, if not the only, mammoth-sized entertainment complex located right in the heart of Times Square and ready to host undoubtedly the most electrifying, high-voltage, thrilling New Year’s Eve bash for you. The high-tech playground highlights 200+ arcade machines, classic amusement park games, a five-hour premium open bar, a buffet dinner, delectable desserts, projection screens, and prizes for the picking. As you watch the New Year’s Eve ball drop, the state of the art sound system will be playing 80s, rock, dance, top 40, and hip-hop. Grab all your friends and family for the most entertaining night of the year, the beginning of 2010. Click here for more information on Dave & Buster's New Year's Eve.

#10 Times Square New Year's Eve Party: Ruby Tuesday
Ruby Tuesday is a recognizable restaurant chain that has recently expanded from being your typical “bar-and-grill” hangout for families, into a “high-quality dining experience.” For the first time ever, Ruby Tuesday has agreed to open its doors for a special New Year’s Eve party where guests can celebrate just steps from the live ball drop. If you’re one of the many patrons wanting to honor 2010 with a large entourage, Ruby Tuesday provides several admission options for all your needs, including an Ultra VIP table for two, private seating, and after midnight admission. In addition, Ruby Tuesday has general admission passes, which includes entry to the five-hour premium open bar. For a night that’s sure to please and a venue that has one of the top ball drop views in Manhattan, make Ruby Tuesday your New Year’s destination. Click here for more information on Ruby Tuesday New Year's Eve.

 

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