New Years Eve St. Louis 2012

Jessica
3835 days ago.

Are you looking for how and where to celebrate New Year’s Eve 2015 around St. Louis? Check out this post instead.

St. Louis loves to party on New Year’s Eve and lucky for you, I’ve done the research myself and found the best places to ring in 2012 in St. Louis! Now, I personally think the best parties are the crowded, expensive ones, but you CAN get away without paying an arm and a leg, and because it’s a New Year, I’ve provided options for both. Check them out:

First, the big bashes:

Molly’s in Soulard (my top choice): It’s $50 for dinner, $50 for open bar or $90 for a ticket for both. Open bar starts at 8pm, free appetizers starting at 10pm, and a DJ all night long. It’s hosted by Purus Vodka and Metromix. This event has sold out 3 years in a row.

Lemp Mansion’s Rock-n-Roll New Year’s Eve is one of the most popular places to ring in the New Year. I’ve heard great reviews about this event! It starts at 8pm. Tickets are $65 and must be purchased in advance. Tickets include prime rib buffet dinner, a 4-hour open bar, party favors, live music by The Hush Band AND ball drop at midnight with champagne toast!

The Hyatt Regency in downtown St. Louis’ Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party hosted by 105.7 The Point (and some other radio stations) will have 4 awesome bands: The Dave Glover Band, Groovethang, Joe Dirt and Plastic, along with an open bar, appetizers, and party favors. Tickets are $89 in advance with a special rate of $299 to stay the night at the Hyatt or $99 on the 31st. They will also have a ball drop! it starts at 8pm.

Mosaic in downtown St. Louis. Party starts at 4pm. Tickets are $229 for 2, which includes: 4 course dinner for 2, entry to party at Mosaic Lounge, 1 night’s stay at the Renaissance Grand Hotel and breakfast for 2. Music by Arty J.

Drunken Fish’s Indulge New Year’s Event at the downtown location starts at 10pm. Tickets are $50 and include 2 free drinks, party favors, appetizers and sushi, DJ,champagne toast and a goodie bag. I believe all locations are hosting a New Year’s Eve event, they just have different themes. Even better: There ‘s a Groupon for the event for the Maryland Heights, downtown and CWE locations!

Mandarin in CWE: $85. Party starts at 9pm. Music by DJ Costik, open bar and asian inspired appetizers

Lumen in downtown St. Louis: $80. Party starts at 8pm. Open bar. Music by DJ Steve Meier

Mike Shannon’s Basement Bash in downtown St. Louis: $60. Party starts at 9pm. Open bar. Music by DJ Brakez

Harry’s in downtown St. Louis: Doors open at 9:30pm. There will be 2 DJs, an open bar, appetizer buffet and a free shuttle to all downtown hotels

Big Daddy’s New Year’s Eve parties (not my recommendation but they do claim they have the hottest New Year’s Eve bash in the area). Soulard location: $50 ticket includes an appetizer buffet from 7-9pm and an open bar starting at 7pm. Downtown: $60 in advance, $65 at the door starting at 6:30pm. Includes certain free drinks, 5 course buffet from 7-10pm, and champagne toast.

Now, if you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg, here are the Cheap and/or Free events:

Atomic Cowboy Flyin Mayan New Years Eve. If you’re going for cheap or free this is the place to be!! Admission is free. Starts at 9pm. Live music, djs, party favors, a multi-media production (no idea what that means) and PHOTO BOOTH! and free breakfast buffet at 1:00am.

First Night St. Louis: Non-alocoholic party for people of all ages at the Grand Center starting at 6pm. There will be magic, theater, comedy, drama, dance, art activities and much, much more! Admission: $10 for adults, $5 for children

Off Broadway in downtown St. Louis: Admission is free. The party starts at 7:30pm. Music by The Blind Eyes, Kentucky Knife Fight and Dino’s House Band among others

Roadhouse 61 in Webster Groves: $20.12 gets you food, $5 towards your bar tab and live music by Blues & More, party favors and a Hurricane toast at midnight

Now go party like it’s 2012!

Brought to you by Mills Properties 

Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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