Friday, June 21, 2024

Where To Celebrate New Year’s Eve in South Florida This Year

It’s time to ring in 2022. But don’t fret if you’re still not sure where you’ll be at the stroke of midnight, with a glass of bubbly in hand. We’ve got you covered with a festive list of ideas (that we’ll update as new parties and menus are announced). Cheers to you and to 2022!


Avocado Grill

The Latin sounds of I-95 Entertainment will help you ring in the New Year with plenty of salsa, merengue, cumbia and bachata. Both the indoor and outdoor spaces will be available for you to enjoy a selection of tapas and specialty cocktails.

125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; 561/766-2430;


The Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street American grill concept has three tiers of celebrations for NYE. Choose from $95, $125 or $165 and let them take care of the rest. 

1107 Love St., Jupiter; 561/532-3280;

Delray Beach Market

delray beach market
Delray Beach Market

The food hall is hosting a NYE celebration for the kids. This early countdown party will even have a ball drop and cider toast (Champagne will be served for parents). Starts at 5 p.m. Complimentary and open to the public.

33 SE 3rd Ave., Delray Beach; 561/562-7000;

Elisabetta’s & Louie Bossi’s

If you’re looking to celebrate with a larger group, check out these two sister restaurants. Both will offer a New Year’s Eve family style menu for groups of 12 or more, which includes a premium bar package and Italian favorites. 

Menus start at $175 per person.

Elisabetta’s: 32 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach and 185 Banyan Boulevard, West Palm Beach. 

Louie Bossi’s: 1032 East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale and 100 East Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton. 

Ember Grill

NYE dinner at Ember Grill, photo courtesy Scott Diel

The four-course dinner will be complemented by a DJ, delectable cocktails and a Champagne toast at midnight. You’ll get your choice of several specialty dishes like stone crab, tuna tartare, foie gras, burrata, baked stuffed lobster and wagyu strip loin. Dinner starts at $250. After dinner, head up to Rosewater for drinks and fireworks for an additional $100. 

233 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach; 561/739-1705;

Las Catrinas 

Las Catrinas interior

For its inaugural NYE, this east Delray Beach Mexican restaurant is serving a five-course feast with open bar for $75. Look for cilantro lime snapper or the surf and turf. 

3035 S. Federal Hwy, Delray Beach; 561/894-8716;


Lionfish dining. Photo: Mas Appetit.

This seafood hot spot is offering a mix-and-match surf-and-turf prix fixe menu accompanied by an open bar and midnight Champagne toast. Starts at $225/person with a limited bar seating for $100.

307 E Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561/639-8700;

Ramen Lab 

Prepare now for the day after New Year’s Eve, the day when you may be hung over and in desperate need of something comforting. Stock up on an interactive ramen kit that includes everything you need to make the perfecto bowl including (but not limited to) noodles, housemade broth and pork belly chashu. 

The kits range from $45-$85; pre-ordered at

 Rosewater Rooftop 

Rosewater dining. Photo: Piper Jones

If you’re looking to kick it up a notch with a group of friends, Rosewater is hosting a party with VIP table service and a tasting menu. Tables start at $1,250; limited bar-only tickets for $250. For table reservations, email

233 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach; 561/739-1706;

Throw Social

Bar at Throw Social

Check out Delray’s newest party spot by being a part of the inaugural NYE bash complete with a luau buffet, games and live music. Entry starts at $130/person. 

29 SE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach; 800/561-0755;

Topside at the Beacon

Laid-back vibes, Basque-style tapas and raw bar specials await you at this seaside Jupiter venue. 

NYE: 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.; NYD: 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.; Not accepting reservations. For parties of six or more email:

1107 Love St., Jupiter; 561/532-3270;

Warren Delray

Warren American Whiskey Kitchen

If you’re looking for a roaring good time, head over to Warren for a 1920’s themed soiree. The evening will feature both a la carte items as well as specials. Seatings are available for 5 p.m., 7 p.m. or 9 p.m.

15084 Lyons Rd, Delray Beach; 561/455-4177;


Burlock Coast

Enjoy watching the ball drop from your private table at The Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale’s oceanfront restaurant. Plus there’s a bottomless drink package available to pair with your dinner. $179/ person, $69/ child ages 5-12 

1 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954/302-6460;

Casa Sensei on New Year’s Eve

Celebrate NYE with a live DJ and a full a la carte menu that’s perfectly complemented by its spacious outdoor terrace alongside Las Olas Blvd. 

1200 E Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954/530-4176;

Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach

The seaside hotel will host a Champaign Soiree complete with a premium cocktail reception, hors d’oeuvres, a five-course dinner and live entertainment. 

The event starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are  $299+ per adult (including open premium bar), $199+ per young adult (ages 13-20) and $79+ per child (ages 5-12).

551 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale; 954/414-5100;

Marky’s Caviar Lounge

The Seminole Hard Rock Casino venue has a prix-fixe menu curated by Eleven Madison Park alumnus Chef Buddha Lo and with fresh seafood, caviar, and champagne on the menu, you really can’t go wrong.  Menu starts at $125.

1 Seminole Way, Davie; 954/314-7226;

Shooters Waterfront

The iconic waterfront restaurant will serve a four-course prix fixe menu with dishes like lobster bisque, filet mignon and lobster and garlic roasted Cornish hen. $175/person. 

3033 NE 32nd Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954/566-2855;

Steak 954

The seaside steakhouse on Fort Lauderdale Beach will have a few NYE specials including jumbo stone crab claws and herb crusted local red snapper alongside its regular menu. 

401 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd, Fort Lauderdale; 954/414-8333;

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Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie Galeano-DeMott
Christie is a food lover, travel fanatic, bookworm, Francophile, and she believes art in all its forms is good for the soul. When she’s not writing about the incredible dishes, people and places that capture South Florida's culture and vibe, Christie is irresistibly happy in the company of her husband and a glass of red wine.

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