Ringing in the New Year 2017 in St. Louis
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Welcome in 2017 with a New Year’s Eve Celebration in St. Louis. There are numerous ways to start the year off right from a delicious dinner to a festive holiday party. Here are some of the countless options for enjoying yourself on NYE!
Countdown to the new year atop Three Sixty Rooftop Bar with live music, menu, hand-crafted cocktails, a ball drop, fireworks, and a Champagne toast all while enjoying the fantastic view. Call (314) 641-8842 to book reservations.
Celebrate the evening at Kemoll’s New Year’s Eve Dinner & Dancing with the band Everyday People from 7:30pm-12:30am at the Top of the Met. The four-course meal will feature beef tenderloin with Marsala wine sauce and chicken picante served with pasta basilica and Italian creme cake for dessert. Reservations are required (Call 314-421-0555).
At New Year’s Eve Party 2017 at Hwy 61 Roadhouse, beginning at 6 p.m. you can choose entrées including shrimp boil, beef medallions and ribs, bbq sampler, smothered catfish, and either a cocktail or an appetizer from the special New Year’s Eve menu. Those not interested in dinner can still partake in a hurricane toast at midnight and music by Paul Bonn and The Bluesmen.
Welcome the New Year with NYE Live! St. Louis at Ballpark Village. This party offers all-inclusive drink packages, a midnight toast, live entertainment and ball drop. Or ring in 2017 while cruising on the Mississippi River during the Gateway Arch Riverboat New Year’s Eve Cruise. There will be dinner, music, an open bar and a Champagne toast. Many will head to Scottrade Center as Kid Rock will also perform in front of thousands of fans on Dec. 31. After the concert, food, drinks and the band Odd Lanes will take center stage at Hard Rock Cafe.
This holiday season you can go ice skating in the heart of downtown St. Louis with majestic views of the Gateway Arch. In honor of the Winter Classic, the St. Louis Blues and CityArchRiver Foundation present to you Winterfest at the Arch Dec. 27- Jan 8. An ice rink will be constructed in Luther Ely Square (between the Gateway Arch and the Old Courthouse). The festival will offer many activities including music, food and more for thirteen days, complete with a fireworks display on NYE.
The New Year’s Eve Comedy Jam at the Chaifetz Arena will feature Corey Holcomb, J Anthony Brown, Tony Rock, Dominique, Red Grant, and Tony Roberts at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Chaifetz Arena Box Office, (800)745-3000 or Ticketmaster.com
Book reservations in advance for the 2017 NYE Extravaganza at The Boom Boom Room which includes a four-course meal, premium open bar, burlesque show, dance party with D.J. Al Koholik and D.J. Lady Manhattan, Champagne Toast and more.
Party the night away at Orlando’s 2017 New Year’s Eve Blast with entertainment, a prime rib buffet dinner and a midnight Champagne toast.
Drunken Fish is offering four-course dinner specials plus cocktails and an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet from 10 p.m. – 12 a.m. at three locations.
El Monstero – The Definitive Pink Floyd Experience (a tribute to Pink Floyd) will take the stage at The Pageant on the 31st at 8 p.m.
Howl at the Moon’s New Year’s Eve celebration package includes: Premium Open Bar, Premium Dinner Buffet, Champagne Toast or a standing room package is also available.
The Marriott St. Louis Grand is ringing in the New Year with a party that celebrates the roaring 20’s Era. Tickets to the 1920’s Prohibition New Year’s Eve celebration include: premium open bar, apps, two photo-booths, live music from Sarah Jane and The Blue Notes, and McLovin, DJ Big D and DJ Gary K, and a champagne toast at midnight.
Enjoy an evening out and stay the night at The Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch’s Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party which will feature music from Dr. Zhivegas and Groovethang, a full dinner buffet, open bar, Champagne toast, party favors and confetti at midnight. For more information, please call (800) 233 – 1234.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day with dining, live music or a post-party brunch at the Ritz-Carlton St. Louis. For reservations or more information, please call (314) 719-1433.
The incomparable Chase Park Plaza is offering revelers a NYE Five-Course Dinner at The Preston (recently named one of the Best New Restaurants for 2016), as well as the New Year’s Eve Bash at the Chase Club and Casino at the Chase Park Plaza, that are all festive and memorable ways to welcome in 2017.”
At Robust Wine Bar Downtown at the MX, NYE festivities begin at 6 p.m. including: a $60 Three Course pre-fixe menu, photo booth from 8 p.m.-11 p.m. and a complimentary Champagne toast at midnight.
You don’t have to wait until the clock strikes midnight at Six Flags St. Louis. Guests can visit the newly opened Holiday in the Park for the New Year’s Eve event from 2-9 p.m. which will include thrilling rides, a fireworks display and more holiday festivities.
The Magic House also celebrates the New Year at an earlier time with Noontime New Year’s Eve. The Children’s Museum will host a day of kid-friendly activities on December 31 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The Four Seasons St. Louis is giving you four options. On New Year’s Eve, you can indulge at The Oyster Shuck and Champagne Bar, a seven-course dinner at Cielo Restaurant, an evening of fortune telling and tarot card reading, and they will also host a New Year’s Day Brunch with a bottomless Bloody Mary bar. For all event reservations, call (314) 881-5759.
Tickets to the New Year’s Eve at the Malt House Cellar & 21st Street Brewer Bar include a four-hour premium bar, two dance floors with live music by SLAM and Millennium Music DJ, toast at midnight and games.
As part of their holiday celebrations, Westport Plaza will offer free carriage rides and a fireworks display in the outdoor village on Saturday night from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
The New Year’s Day celebration at The Thomas Sappington House Museum will take place on Sunday, Jan. 1 from 7 a.m. – 1 p.m. The Barn restaurant invites you to sip on a Bloody Mary in your PJs at their Pajama Party.
The moment you’ve all been waiting for has arrived at last. The St. Louis Blues will take on the Chicago Blackhawks for what is sure to be an intense hockey matchup as The 2017 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic comes to Busch Stadium on Jan. 2. In addition to the big game the Winter Classic Alumni Game will also keep fans on the edge of their seats at Busch Stadium. Don’t miss Blues legends Wayne Gretzky, Brett Hull, Bernie Federko, Al MacInnis and Chris Pronger as they return to the ice once more on Dec. 31.
With so many ways to celebrate you can’t go wrong. No wonder St. Louis was ranked a top destination for New Year’s Eve by WalletHub.
Happy New Year!! Check out the events calendar for more exciting ways to explore St. Louis in 2017.