Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve Chicago

It’s hard to believe that another year is almost over and another one is beginning. If you haven’t finalized your celebration plans yet, don’t worry. There’s still plenty of time to find the perfect party.

If you don’t know where to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Chicago, here are some fun ways to welcome 2018.

Drake Hotel

ABC’s Good Morning America voted the soiree at the Drake Hotel the “Best Chicago New Year’s Eve Party,” and for good reason. It’s a see-and-be-seen event, hosted by Chicago Scene, that featured premium top-shelf all-inclusive drinks and appetizers. There are five ballrooms filled with 3,000 revelers. Don’t worry that it will take too long get your drinks, because they make sure to have adequate staff to serve all of those guests. Tickets start at $165, so you’ll want to get dolled up in your best duds for this event.

Willy Wonka-themed Party

For a super sweet event, head to Kings Lincoln Park and their Willy Wonka-themed party. You can reserve a lane or a “Dine Then Bowl” package, or you can just show up and pay a $10 cover charge. They’ll have “scrumdiddlyumptious” food and drink specials, a live DJ with dancing, party favors, and giveaways, and themed rooms with surprises around every corner.

Mac’s Wood Grilled

Keep it low-key with a no-cover night at Mac’s Wood Grilled. All the drafts will be pouring 3 Floyds Brewing Company with a tap takeover from the popular Indiana brewery. There will be more than seven beers, including Alpha King, Arctic Panzer Wolf, Dreadnaughts IPA, and Yum Yum.  The kitchen will be open until 11 p.m., so you can dive into a bacon and eggs burger and fried pickles.

Geja’s Cafe

If you’re looking for a romantic celebration, you can’t get much better than Geja’s Cafe. Considered one of the most romantic restaurants in the country, you’ll enjoy fondue and champagne while being serenaded with classical and flamenco guitar music.That’s sure to make that midnight kiss extra special.

No matter how you choose to spend New Year’s Eve, Chicago has something for everyone. For even more celebrations and festivities, be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

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