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What to do on New Year’s Eve in Aspen

Our locals have put together some suggestions on where to go in Aspen for New Year's Eve. With the understanding that everybody is looking for something different; celebrating with friends, celebrating with the beautifully rugged locals who can find the best "off the beaten track" double black diamond trails blind folded or celebrating with those whose beauty causes them to miss first chair because primping comes first, one thing is for sure, you do have choices here in our little party town.
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RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NEW YEARS EVE BY ASPEN’S LOCALS:

Our locals have put together some suggestions on where to go in Aspen for New Year’s Eve. With the understanding that everybody is looking for something different; celebrating with friends, celebrating with the beautifully rugged locals who can find the best “off the beaten track” double black diamond trails blind folded or celebrating with those whose beauty causes them to miss first chair because primping comes first, your options are listed below.

So take a look and tell us on our FaceBook Page what you decide!

Ajax Tavern: Three course dinner. $68 per adult. $25 per child. 970-920-6334.

Belly Up Aspen: Ceelo Green featuring Goodie Mob. 970-544-9800.

Element 47 at The Little Nell: New Year’s Eve dinner $395 per person.970.920.6330
Ellina: Three Course Dinner with an early seating and second seating after 8pm $250 per person. (970) 925-2976
Escobar Aspen: Bollywood Barbie this New Years Eve. dj kalkutta at Escobar Aspen. $150 per person. Open Bar. Champagne Toast. Party Favors. Buy tickets online http://www.escobaraspen.com/.

Finbarr’s: $40 cover includes first drink, DJ and Dancing. Open for dinner. Stay for party. 970-925-2719.

Hotel Jerome New Year’s Eve Dinner: $85 first seating, $105 second seating. 972-920-1000.

Justice Snow’s Restaurant and Bar: 8:30pm 4 course dinner $150/10:30pm Masquerade party $45. Bubbly midnight toast. Music by Nor Y Sur (Bossa Nova/Jazz). Vintage Attire and festive masks encouraged. Call for reservations: 970-429-8192.

The Limelight: New Year’s Eve Party. 9pm-1:30am. VIP table reservations. $100 +. DJ Cerius. Moet & Chandon, Dancing, Champagne Toast, Cash Bar, Gourmet Buffet. Contact Peter Cohn: 310-489-7801, Christian Messner: 970-390-3131 or Ian McLendon: 970-948-5997.

The Little Nell Terrace Bar Party: DJ Dylan and bottomless Veuve. $195. 9pm-1:30am. Call 888.843.6355 or 970.920.4600 for more information.
Sky Hotel’s Sky Ball: Two live entertainment DJs. Open Call Bar. In the 39 Degrees Lounge. 10pm-2am. VIP Tickets $500 per person. General Tickets $300 per person. Must be 21 years of age or over. To Book Tickets: Helen.roche@theskyhotel.com or call at 970-429-7803.
St. Regis Aspen Family Buffet – $85/adult, $35/child. 5pm-11pm. Reservations Highly Recommended: 970-429-7373.

Wagner Park: Free DJ & Bonfire  8-12am

Wheeler: New Year’s Eve Bash with Marc Broussard $65. Party favors, open bar, tasty snacks, dropping of the ball, champagne toast. www.aspenshowtix.com or 970-920-5770/866-449-0464.

Fireworks over Aspen Mountain 8pm & 12am

For more ideas visit a more inclusive list from our friends over at EatAspen.

 

 

 

 

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