Crumbs: NYE Hot Spots

Hot Spots for Ringing in The New Year

Pitch Coal-Fire Pizzeria, 5021 Underwood Ave., is open this New Year’s Eve for reservations only. They will have three seatings at 5, 7 or 9 p.m. Call 402.590.2625 to make a reservation.

Wilson and Washburn, 1407 Harney St., are hosting a New Year’s Eve Party and Grand Opening complete with gaming tables and passed Hors d’Oeurves. Call 402.991.6950 to purchase advance tickets for $30.

Ring in the New Year at the Zin Room, 316 South 15th St. Start with an all-inclusive three course menu, complimentary champagne at midnight, live entertainment, drinks specials throughout the night and lastly watch the ball drop on the giant projector screen. Available seating times are 5:30 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Call 402.991.0660 to reserve your spot.

Lot 2 Restaurant and Wine Bar, 6207 Maple St., is offering a special four course menu this New Year’s Eve for $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. Wine pairings are an additional $20 per person. For reservations, call 402.504.4200.

The Berry and Rye, 1105 Howard St. is taking reservations for their New Year’s Eve Bash. Call to reserve your spot at 402.613.1331.

Enjoy a special New Year’s Eve Prix Fixe menu featuring three, savory courses at Dante Ristorante. The Prix Fixe menu is $35 per person. Wine pairings with each course are available for an additional $20 per person. Reservations can be made at the diner’s choice at by calling 402.932.3078. 

Think Mad Men...Think 1960’s dress to impress...Think vintage glamour....Ring in the New Year at The Tavern, 514 South 10th Street, Mad Men style! This fabulous event will make New Year's Eve a night to remember! VIP tickets are now on sale at The Tavern. $20 will entitle you priority entry with wristband, red carpet photo opportunity, prop box full of fun items to use in photos, live music and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Call 402.699.0485 to purchase tickets. 


posted at 01:55 pm
on Friday, December 20th, 2013


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