346 West 46th Street
New York NY 10036
Saturday, December 31, 2011
8:00pm - 8:00am
Bring the craziness of New Orleans’ Mardi Gras to the center of Times Square! At Bourbon Street, get the best of both worlds by celebrating New Year’s Eve at Bourbon Street…Mardi Gras style! Famous for satisfying everyone’s Cajun cravings with their New Orleans’ reminiscent dishes, Bourbon Street Bar and Grille brings classic Southern charm to the hustle and bustle of New York City.
It becomes hard for someone not to fall in love with the inviting Southern belle yellow painted exterior. A beautifully decorated outdoor patio allows patrons to create their own intimate moments, despite being surrounded by millions. The interior of Bourbon Street provides a striking contrast from the bright exterior, but offers grace and elegance with dangling chandeliers, polished wood tables, and a stunning wood bar at the center of the restaurant.
Patrons have the opportunity to start off their New Year’s Eve with a satisfying taste in Bourbon Street cooking. Seating for the restaurant’s prix-fixe dinner will begin at both 3PM and 5PM. Savor in Bourbon Street highlights such as seafood gumbo, a classic jambalaya, smothered chicken and grits, pecan pie with cinnamon ice cream, and two alcoholic/nonalcoholic drinks of your choice.
After, partygoers can choose to stay at Bourbon Street with a separate admission ticket for their unparalleled 12 hour extravaganza beginning at 8PM. The night jumpstarts with six hours of premium open bar combined with passed Cajun hors d’oeuvres. Before partaking in the celebratory champagne toast and live feed of the Times Square ball drop, partygoers can take full advantage of the live DJs spinning top 40, hip hop, rock, classics and more. Private tables, bottle service and access to the ultra exclusive Soco Lounge with a VIP bracelet are available in addition to the general admission amenities.
For Tickets and More Information Visit http://newyearsplans.com/nyc-bourbon-street-times-square.php
Added by Posting Posting on September 23, 2011