NEW YEARS EVE CENTRAL
Top NYE Parties in the EV & Union Square NYC

We last delivered NYE party fans with some of the most sizzling soirees happening in downtown NYC. Today, we continue the trend serving up the sassiest, scene-filled fetes taking place in the East Village and Union Square. Let the countdown continue.

Webster Hall

For 127 years,
 people of the WORLD have lost themselves inside the massive,
multi-level PARTY superstructure known as Webster Hall. 
With 4 heartpounding dancefloors, 6 beautiful,
unique rooms and four massive floors of madness,
Webster Hall is an adventure no witness will ever forget. New Years Eve at Webster Hall is the biggest night of the year
– the mother of all parties; the stuff that dreams are made of.
Thousands of people gather to celebrate the beginning of a new year,
to express their love of life and release their wildest fantasies at what truly is
The Greatest Party on Earth!

IN THE SPOTLIGHT
L is for Lounges

If you're looking for a swank, hip lounge to celebrate this New Year's Eve, you might want to check out some of these hot venues in NYC to kick off the New Year

At La Zarza, voted East Village's number one exotic resto-lounge, they will be hosting a five hour open bar, including a champagne toast at midnight. Even better, a ticket to La Zarza includes a complimentary ticket to the Juliet after party.

NEW YEAR'S EVE
Joonbug New Year’s Eve 2011 Bash at Forum New York

Joonbug will be promoting the New Year’s Eve 2011 celebration at Forum New York nightclub. Forum New York is one of New York’s hottest clubs and this New Year’s Eve party promises to be fit for an Emperor and Empress.

This New Year’s Eve Party will be hosted at Forum’s 3,500 square foot, multi-level interior that is majestically lined with Corinthian columns. This regal ambience was inspired by the architectural lines of Caesar's Forum, merged with the sophistication and style of Manhattan. Specifically, Forum New York boasts an impressive 50' mahogany bar and gold leaf textured paint.

ANDY WARHOL
Bananas, Bands, and Library Cards

Lou Reed, Maureen Tucker, and Doug Yule, members of the pioneering New York City art band The Velvet Underground, will be reuniting for a public appearance at the New York Public Library on December 8. The influential musicians will not be joining together for yet another band reformulation, but they will be key speakers in a panel discussion with rock journalist David Fricke to discuss their music and influence in the budding art scene that germinated from New York during the sixties.

The band forum, a part of the “LIVE from the NYPL” series, is a response to growing interest in the group by way of the release of the new book, The Velvet Underground: New York Art. The book contains a rare collection of handwritten music and lyrics by Reed, unseen performance photographs, underground press clippings, and posters and cover art by Andy Warhol, the group’s manager/producer during their early years.

2010 NEW YEAR'S EVE
New Years Eve Events in NYC
Want to do something new to celebrate the NYC New Year?
Temptress Yacht on NYE

If you’ve got your heart set on sailing into the 2010 New Year, then cruising down the Hudson River in this multi-level maritime luxury is the way to go. Enjoy the four hour open bar, buffet dinner, and midnight champagne toast while you visit scenic Manhattan highlights such as Ellis Island, Chelsea Piers, the Statue of Liberty and more. The fireworks and world renowned DJ will only add to your already unforgettable New Years Eve New York 2010 celebration.

BAR
Featured Venue: Forum

Forum
Scene: Bar, Lounge, DJ, Dance, After Work Crowd, Event Space

East Village
127 4th Avenue
(at 13th Street)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 505-0301
www.theforumnyc.com

Located in Greenwich Village just one block from Union Square, Forum lures young professionals with the feeling of a high-end bar and an upscale lounge. After work, singles mingle at the beautiful fifty foot mahogany bar. Later on in the evening, the red rope comes out and a DJ heats things up on the dance floor. An inexpensive wine list lets you stick to your budget with glasses going for either $8 or $9. They also offer beer, champagne and specialty cocktails like the aptly named Julius Caesar (Vodka, Gran Marnier, Blood Orange puree and lime juice). The bar menu is perfect for drinking and snacking and a full menu satisfies larger appetites.