The New Year brings hope and excitement for all that is to come. But first, we must kiss 2019 goodbye! If you are looking to celebrate locally, Destination Mansfield has created a list of places to spend your New Year’s Eve. Our local favorites are looking forward to welcoming 2020 with you.
The Phoenix Brewing Company’s 5th New Year’s Eve Party is themed “The Bootlegger’s Ball!” Dress to whichever decade you prefer – 1920s or 2020! Taps open at 3 PM, and live entertainment by Jeffrey Boyd and the Park Street Blue begins at 8:30 PM. Chef Meagan’s food truck will be open from 7 PM to 12:30 AM. Are you ringing in the New Year with someone special? “Kiss Kits” including party hats and horns, champagne, and mints for a pair will be sold in house.
Bucks Bar and Grill will offer multiple events in one night to welcome 2020! From 7-9 PM, grab your friends to compete in a trivia challenge. From 9 PM to 12 AM, Bucks is bringing in live entertainment. Walk down memory lane with Acoustic Super Friends, a dynamic duo performing music from the 1960s through 2000s. The kitchen will stay open until 12 AM.
Wishmaker House Winery and Wine Bar is hosting a 4-course dinner from 4 PM to 9 PM on New Year’s Eve. Join friends in celebration of a new decade and come hungry. Reservations are required for this event. The Wishmaker House Bed and Breakfast was voted the best by Ohio Magazine – stay in one of the eight guestrooms for a New Year’s getaway.
Hudson and Essex Fine Dining and Winery’s package deal includes the NYE dinner 4-11 PM and the NYE Gala, 9 PM to 1 AM. Both events are available separately and reservations can be made on the website. This dinner (with dessert) includes seafood, salad, and steak options.
The Vault Wine Bar will serve a dinner buffet from 5-10 PM. The meal options include a prime rib carving station, salmon, herb-roasted chicken and rib pot roast. More than 150 wines by the bottle are available, as always. Reservations are recommended!
How will you be ringing in the new year?
Blog by Destination Mansfield – Richland County Journalism Inter, Maisee Fried