New Year’s Eve in Boston
Hosting a party for New Year’s Eve? Cheese and other artisanal treats are a must. Find charcuterie, condiments, nuts, and other accoutrements to make the perfect celebratory party platter. There’s also a selection of sweet treats and other fun, festive treats.
You’ll need champagne or sparkling wine for a toast at midnight. Brix will help you find the best bubbly options. They’ll also help you find any wine or spirits to make your party more festive—maybe an exotic sparkling wine, or boutique bourbon. Get tips on pairing wines and making special cocktails and you’ll be a host with the most.
New Year’s Eve is a great excuse to get fancy and festive. Whether it’s a Roaring 20s affair or an all-out throwdown, you can find fabulous wigs, sparkly costumes, shiny shoes, and over-the-top accessories at Garment District.
Fans of this Chinatown noodle joint from the minds behind Shojo are familiar with the standard “swag” offered as extra toppings for their steaming bowls of ramen. On New Year’s Eve, the swag section of the menu will become “baller,” filled with add-ons like king crab, a foie gras bomb, caviar, and duck. With swag like this, you’ll stay satisfied until the wee hours of New Year’s Day.
Nothing will put you in a good mood to close out the year like catching a performance by the Blue Man Group. Fortunately, the beloved, long-running troop will be doing shows at 11am, 2pm, 5pm, and 8pm on New Year’s Eve.