Bay Ridge New Year’s Eve events

Where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Bay Ridge

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Ring in 2015 in the Ridge!

You have made it through the holidays — now it is time to start fresh. But first, one last night of riotous debauch in Brooklyn’s wildest neighborhood!

If you want to catch some live music on New Year’s Eve, head to Schnitzel Haus (7319 Fifth Ave. between 73rd and 74th streets), where classic rock duo Full Disclosure will welcome the new year starting at 10 pm. The venerable Bavarian joint is promising a special menu and a bubbly toast at midnight.

Or file over to the Wicked Monk (9510 Third Ave. between 95th and 96th streets) where hip-hop pop-rockers Hello Brooklyn will usher in new beginnings starting at 11 pm.

Of if you would rather provide the music yourself, head down to the Leif (6725 Fifth Ave. at Senator Street), where you can jam with the Max Christopher Trio from 9 pm–2 am. If you are feeling flush, $75 will get you an open bar and food, or you can pay for drinks and dinner as you go. Either way, noisemakers and a Champagne toast will be on the house.

If you are looking to be on the dance floor when the ball drops, head over to Pipin’s Pub (9701 Third Ave. between 97th and 98th streets), where a DJ will be spinning tunes from 10 pm.

And for the serious party animals, No Quarter Tavern (8015 Fifth Ave. between 80th and 81st streets) is going to be open all night long, so you can celebrate until the sun comes up on 2015 while enjoying free food, drink specials, and a pinata.

Reach reporter Max Jaeger at mjaeg‌er@cn‌gloca‌ or by calling (718) 260–8303. Follow him on Twitter @JustTheMax.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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