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Los Angeles – New Year’s Eve 2014


*Our friends at Table8 have last minute LA New Years Reservations available at Alma, AOC, Republique, Boa and Cliff’s Edge!
1. Soho House & Grey Goose take members behind the velvet curtain of the 1920s … Two dinner seatings with set NYE menus and/or you can buy a ticket which includes a welcome drink, a champagne toast and passed hors d’oeuvres – Jeff Goldblum’s jazz band providing entertainment, DJ lineup thruout the night. Member’s only.

2. The Bungalow and Brent Bolthouse cordially invite guests to join the New Year’s Eve 2015 Party
$150 / hosted premium bar and hors d’oeuvres.

3. Giorgio’s at The Standard Hotel
BRYAN RABIN AND ADAM X11 Host New Year’s Eve 2015 with a Black & White Masquerade Ball Giorgio’s. VIP Open Bar Tickets and VIP Tables package include exclusive hors d’ourvres menu created by oCo-Executive Chefs Nina Clemente and Michael Reed are available for purchase. Premium open bar and champagne toast. $195.

4. Hakkasan
Michelin-starred Chef Ho Chee Boon pre-set dinner includes a dim sum platter, braised Chilean Seabass OR stir-fry black pepper beef ribeye with merlot, a chocolate tasting and a complimentary glass of Perrier- Jouët champagne.
5:30pm ($78), 6:30 pm ($138) and 9:30pm

5. Prohibition NYE Party @ Union Station
Passed oysters, live jazz music, DJs, burlesque dancers, and a premium open bar.
9pm @ 800 N. Alameda Street Los Angeles 90012
$155.00 pre-sale, last call $175.00

6. Nobu Malibu
Special NYE menu, $150

7. Scarpetta @ Montage, Beverly Hills
1st Seating | 6-6:30pm: 3-course prix-fixe $95 per person.
2nd Seating | 8:30-9pm: 5-course tasting menu, $185 per person.

8. Alma
Set menu and champagne toast. $150 + optional wine pairings.

9. Bazaar
Bring your imagination and embark on a Journey into a Spanish Masquerade. Delight in tray-passed tapas, cocktails, and more. $250

10. Rock n Reilly’s
No Hassle, No Covers.

11. CUT
Chef Wolfgang Puck has created a special four course menu for NYE.
First seating starting at 6pm for $140 / Second seating at 9pm $250.

12. Grand Park’s N.Y.E. L.A. @ Grand Park
7pm – 12:30am
Grand Park, 210 North Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

13. Viceroy Santa Monica
Hosted bar and hors d’oeuvres from Cast’s Executive Chef Tony DiSalvo. Dance into 2015 with KCRW DJs JASON BENTLEY + VALIDA + BRAZILIA spinning poolside.
9pm – 1:30am
$180 General Admission, $200 At the Door, VIP Cabanas Reservations | 310-260-7507

14. Butchers & Barbers
6 course dinner with a midnight champagne toast.
6531 Hollywood Blvd
$95, 6pm-midnight

15. Harlowe
Open bar from 8pm – 12am, passed hors d’oeuvres, DJs, dancing, and a toast at midnight. Party continues after midnight with a cash bar.

16. Faith & Flower
1st seating 5:30pm 5 course tasting menu $95, with wine pairings $150
2nd seating @ 9pm / 6 course tasting menu $125, with wine pairings $200
DJ & Carousing 11pm – 2am Champagne Toast at The Bells

17. Hinoki & The Bird
Indian spice-inspired NYE celebration with colorful decorations and special dishes that will compliment the regular dinner menu. Champagne toast at midnight and DJ.

2014 Halloween Party List

Los Angeles Halloween Events 2014

From the first-ever Haunted Hotel at Ace Hotel Downtown LA, to annual fêtes like the Hollywood Roosevelt Halloween Party, to concerts from Queens Of The Stone Age on Halloween night, to Danny Elfman’s Music from the Movies of Tim Burton at the Nokia, to a Children’s Halloween Fest at Montage in Beverly Hills … And if you are looking for a restaurant and cant find a reservation, try going through our friends over at Table8 who have open tables at AOC, Alma, Bestia, Republique and Bazaar. 

Annual Grammys Party List 2014

Invite to Clive Davis

Invite to Clive Davis annual party — it’s a digital countdown to the party; when you open it, it has the address and info … ridic!

The Grammys come early this year (they usually fall in Feb) and here is why: The Winter Olympics start in Sochi, Russia, starting Feb 7, and all the TV stations and viewers will be focused on that. Also moved are the Oscars (usually in Feb too) which are in March this year, just after the close of the games.