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Start 2019 Right with These New Year's Eve Specials

The New Year is almost hear, and what better way to welcome 2019 than with a full belly?

If you're looking for a fresh, flavorful, and fun celebration, check out our picks for where to celebrate New Year's Eve!

1221 at MFP - Roslyn

The new modern American restaurant located in the Roslyn Hotel is hosting their inaugural New Year’s Eve celebration from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The evening features a special four-course prix fixe dinner, open bar, entertainment, party favors and a special champagne toast at midnight. Enjoy menu items such as yellowfin tuna crudo, winter vegetable risotto, New Zealand king salmon, Colorado rack of lamb and more. Just be sure to reserve in advance!

East Wind - Wading River

The annual New Year’s Eve Gala is set to take place in the grand ballroom at East Wind at 8 p.m. Revelers may enjoy bar service, a hot and cold buffet, and a champagne toast at midnight. A live simulcast of Times Square will be up and party hats, noisemakers and horns will be given while all dance the night away to the ultimate DJ entertainment.

The Library Café - Farmingdale

Nothing says Happy New Year like a DJ and an open bar! The Library Café will be the Farmingdale hot spot to ring in 2019. Party starts at 9 p.m. and features an open bar, hot and cold buffet, a bubbly toast at midnight and party favors. Make your reservations now so you don’t miss out!

The Suffolk Theater - Riverhead

The Suffolk Theater is offering the total package for those looking for a fun way to ring in the New Year! Enjoy dinner, dancing and plenty of laughs. Chef Noah Schwartz will be serving a special menu, three top comedians will take the stage, and DJ Phil will be spinning everything from yesterday to today, all night. The Times Square ball drop will be on and the champagne will be flowing! Get your tickets now.

Southside Bar and Restaurant - Bay Shore

Just off the main strip in Bay Shore, you’ll find Southside Bar and Restaurant. The story behind the low-key tavern is one to be told, but that’s for another day. This year, they’re ringing in the New Year over an open bar, champagne toast and party favors. The regular dinner menu will be served until 9 p.m. (when the party starts) and tickets to the fun must be purchased in advance.

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