New Year's Eve Los Angeles 2016

Los Angeles and New Year’s Eve, the possibilities are endless in the entertainment capital of the world. You can celebrate the clock turning midnight in any fashion that your heart desires. From nightclubs to restaurants and concerts, Splash Magazines Worldwide has put together a list of some of the most amazing things that are going on for New Year’s Eve.

Close out 2015 on a delicious note at LA hotspot STK LA with a mouthwatering menu and a champagne toast! With two seating options and the best dishes the restaurant has to offer, make this New Years the most memorable one yet.  From the Clevedon Bay Oysters to off menu items such as the Oxtail Risotto, your taste buds will be left wanting more.  End the night by satisfying your sweet tooth with a Dolce Mousse Tart or a Key Lime Cremeux. If you book at STK LA using the code FINGERPRINT, you will receive a 10% discount.

A beer toast on New Year’s Eve? What else would you expect to find at Yard House. Those dressed up or dressed down or with no specific plans at all can celebrate at their local Yard House where seating is offered on a first come, first-served basis. Each location will open at 11 a.m. and stay open until well past midnight to mark the arrival of a New Year with a Beer Toast at the start of 2016.

“We’re a restaurant who has built a reputation on offering the best American craft beers and imports available,” said Craig Carlyle, president of Yard House. “So it seems only apropos to celebrate with our guests by offering a midnight beer toast to usher in the New Year.”

Guests can order from Yard House’s award-winning menu, which features an array of appetizers, grilled burgers, gourmet salads, street tacos, prime steaks and seafood. Yard House is also offering a special holiday menu and seasonal cocktails as well as its Anniversary Rogue Spruce Tip IPA, which is available through January or while supplies last.

Guests are welcome to savor a full meal or simply stop in for an appetizer, dessert, beer, cocktail or a glass of wine. And, of course, each guest 21 and older can participate in the midnight beer toast to celebrate the arrival of 2016.

For those who want to celebrate at home, Yard House offers take-out party platters of its most popular appetizers, entrees and desserts. The platters serve 6-8 guests and only a three-hour notice is required.Yard House will open at 11 a.m. on New Year’s Eve, December 31st, and will feature a midnight Beer Toast. Yard House is open daily, including New Year’s Day, for lunch, dinner and late-night dining. For more information visit: Yard House

On New Year’s Eve, one thing is for sure: a big ticket does not always equal a good time. If beer, friends and music sound like the recipe for a great night, Angel City Brewery’s “No-Cover New Year’s Eve Bash” is just the (free) ticket. Fancy dress not required.

From 8 pm – 1 am, the Public House will be abuzz with festivities; partygoers can fill up on food from Kai Kai Dumplings, Market Burgers and Peaches Smokehouse & Southern Kitchen, and dance the night away to bands Naked Walrus, JUICE, and Dirty Lingo. Party favors go to the first 150 guests and there will be a special Champagne Berliner toast at midnight. Made only for the holidays, this twist on the brewery’s regular Berliner-Weisse is blended with Chardonnay and Viognier grape must, then fermented with a house strain of Belgian yeast and pushed to the limit of carbonation.

“New Year’s Eve is always so full of pressure,” said Melissa Corbin, high priestess of party at Angel City Brewery. “But we don’t do pressure – we do fun. This party is analog style – real people, real beer, really good times.”

For more information about Angel City’s “No Cover New Year’s Eve,” visit Angel City

Angel City Brewery is a Downtown based brewery featuring a 19-tap bar and serving an ever-changing roster of classic and newly inspired beer. The bar is open 7 days a week with a full calendar of events ranging from weekly industry and trivia nights, to art shows, live music and festivals. Private event space is also available. The Public House is open Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm – 12:00am, Friday 4:00pm – 1:00am, Saturday 12:00pm – 1:00am, and Sunday 12:00pm – 12:00am.

The Abbey Food & Bar is celebrating this holiday season with a lineup of seasonal cocktails including; Holiday season, including "Santa’s Little Helper" (Jim Beam & Angry Orchard Cider), "Old Fashioned Christmas” (Jim Beam, Jim Beam Fire, bitters & house-made syrup) and Pumpkin Spiced Abbey (EFFEN Vodka, Kahula, pumpkin syrup, & cream).

New Years Eve

The Abbey is hosting Midnight in Rio - an elaborate, Rio-themed party that will feature music by Leonardo Glo-Vibes. Tickets/wristbands can be pre-ordered at The Abbey.

New Years Day

Start the New Year off right with The Abbey’s Hangover Party on New Years Day, beginning at 9am with a Bloody Mary Brunch (hosted by Absolut), music will be provided by The Cube Guys at 9pm – a much anticipated evening as this will be their first performance in Los Angeles!

If you are looking to ring in the New Year with an amazing meal, Roy’s Restaurant will be hosting their exclusive four-course New Year’s Eve Dinner.

Roy's Restaurant

WHAT: Commemorate 2015 in true Roy’s fashion by sending off this delicious year with a spectacular New Year’s Eve menu that is available for one night only. Roy’s Restaurant is extending holiday cheer with a special, four-course dinner starting at $55 per guest. Toast the year to come by topping off the celebration with a glass or bottle of renowned Taittinger Brut La Française Champagne, Merryvale Chardonnat Carneros or The Hess Collection Allomi Cabernet.

WHERE/WHEN: The New Year’s Eve menu will be available on Friday, Dec.31 beginning at 5 p.m. at all participating Roy’s locations nationwide. Please call your nearest location to book your reservation as seating is limited.

OPPORTUNITIES: The four-course New Year’s Eve menu features a variety of Roy’s chef-inspired creations, and will vary by location. Selected offerings across the country include Broiled Lobster Tail with Macadamia Nut Pesto Risotto. Find out what custom four-course menu your nearest Roy’s is serving by visiting Roy's Restaurant.

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