Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Baltimore

by Jennifer Waldera on Dec 29, 2014 in Roundups
Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Baltimore

Perhaps you had a fantastic year and are looking to send if off properly, or maybe this hasn’t been the best twelve months and you are ready to tell 2014 where to go. Regardless, the year is coming to a close and we’re always looking for a reason to celebrate. Do it up in style, or be the exemplification of why some call NYE “amateur night.” We won’t judge. Cheers!

Blue Agave
Turn NYE into a fiesta at Blue Agave with an open bar and heavy apps, champagne toast at midnight and a DJ, all for $65. (1032 Light St.; 410-576-3938)

Toby’s Dinner Theatre
For a unique way to spend the night, pop into Toby’s Dinner Theatre. For $110, you’ll get dinner, a show, dancing, DJ, champagne, cabaret and a breakfast buffet. (5900 Symphony Woods Rd., Columbia; 410-730-8311)

B&O American Brasserie
This cozy spot has three seatings with optional wine pairings and a complimentary glass of champagne for all dinner guests.

Seatings are available at 6, 8 and 10 PM with three-course dinner ($65) plus pairings for an additional $20 or five-course dinner ($90) plus pairings for an additional $30. (2 N Charles St.; 443-692-6172)

Wit & Wisdom
Start early and enjoy a three-course New Year’s Eve menu for the first seating from 5 PM to 6:30 PM, for $89 per person with an optional $35 wine pairing, or get started a little later with a second seating and five courses from 8–9:00 PM, for $150 per person with an optional $65 wine pairing.

Looking to just have some upscale fun? Pop in wearing your finest after 8 PM for DJ entertainment and the best view in Baltimore of the Inner Harbor and Domino Sugar fireworks for a $20 cover. (200 International Dr.; 410-576-5800)

Waterfront Kitchen
This waterfront gem will offer a five-course feast at two seatings, with or without wine pairings. The second seating includes a picturesque view of the Baltimore City fireworks display. The 6:30 PM seating is $100 per person or $135 paired with wines. The 9:30 PM seating is $125, or $160 paired with wines. (1417 Thames St.; 443-681-5310)

Farmstead Grill
Looking for a top notch meal before checking out fireworks by the water in Canton, or hitting the Square? This new(ish) Canton Crossing spot will be serving a $49 prix-fixe menu with a glass of sparkling wine, or casual fare with an a la carte menu from 5–11 PM. (3721 Boston St.; 410-762-2100)

Wine Market
This classy Federal Hill spot is serving a four-course dinner for $59 with $30 optional wine pairing. Stay at the bar until midnight, or cruise through the shop to grab a bottle (or more) to pop open at home. Call for reservations at 410-244-6166. (921 E Fort Ave.; 410-244-6166)

Apropoe’s
This cozy spot at the Marriott Waterfront is offering a five-course menu with optional wine pairings for those who want to dine. Just want to party? One of the area’s top DJs will be on hand along with an onsite photo booth and a 12-foot projection screen for the Times Square ball drop. For reservations for dinner, call 410-895-1879. (700 Aliceanna St.; 410-895-1879)

Boathouse Canton
For one of the best places to grab unlimited food, drinks and one of the best views of the fireworks from the east side of town, check out BoatHouse. Their NYE package includes passed hors d’oeuvres, food stations, premium spirits, beer, wine, specialty cocktails, champagne toast at midnight, party favors and live music from Three Flights Up. Tickets are per person $125. The party starts at 8 PM and goes until 1 AM. (2809 Boston St.; 410-773-9795)

The Get Down
Looking to dance away 2014? The name of this joint promises just that. Grab a ticket for $55 at missiontix.com and enjoy four hours of premium open bar from 9 PM–1 AM, a champagne toast and two levels open until 4 AM with DJs. (701 S Bond St.; 443-708-3564)

Little Havana
This popular waterfront spot is offering live music, appetizers, a buffet dinner and a continental breakfast after midnight all for $85 if paid in cash ($95 online). It starts at 8 PM, so we think the included open bar might just be worth the ticket price itself. (1325 Key Highway; 410-837-9903)

Pratt Street Alehouse
Most likely one of the largest parties in Baltimore for NYE, Downtown Countdown, is taking place at Pratt Street Alehouse this year. Spend $109–$139 (VIP) for a five-hour premium open bar, full dinner buffet, two tents, three floors, 10 party rooms, and live music. Tickets are available online now. (206 W Pratt St.; 410-244-8900)

Of Love & Regret
This Brewer’s Hill corner joint is offering three floors of entertainment, unlimited beer from Stillwater Artisanal Ales, hand crafted cocktails, wine and a “feast of land, sea and vegetarian options” from 9 PM–3 AM. For ticket details email olar.nye@gmail.com or call 410-327-0760. (1028 S Conkling St.; 410-327-0760)

RA Sushi
This sushi bar will host a New Year’s Eve bash from 10 PM to close with a guest DJ spinning party-worthy beats, plus enjoy food and drink specials all day long. Food specials include discounts on Tootsy Maki, Viva Las Vegas and Crunchy Calamari, while drink specials include $7.50 Kirin and Kirin Light, $8.50 signature Baby Umami Punch, and $7 glasses of Lunetta Prosecco. (1390 Lancaster St.; 410-522-3200)

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