Sending best wishes for a prosperous and healthy new year to all in Cincinnati! You can find something exciting to do on New Year’s Eve, whether you’re looking for a family-friendly event or a more grown-up party.
This New Year’s Eve party will feature 90s-themed decorations, games, and music, as well as a photo booth and other throwback activities. Included in the price of admission are two raffle tickets, three beer tokens, a 90s snack buffet, and a bottle of champagne to toast with at midnight.
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Shortly after midnight on January 1, Reds legend Pete Rose will place the casino’s first sports bet at Hard Rock’s new sports betting center, joined by a slew of other Cincinnati sports royalty including Anthony Muoz, Mary Wineberg, Marty Brennaman, and others. Sports betting will become legal in Ohio on that same day. Joe Mixon’s New Year’s Eve party reportedly sold out early, but the Bengals running back still recommends tuning in because the “city shutting down for this one!”
Only Those Over The Age Of 21 Are Allowed At New Year’s Eve Parties
Our favorite brewery and distillery, Northern Row, is throwing a four-course dinner and party from 6:30 p.m. to midnight on New Year’s Eve. From 7 p.m. until 12:30 a.m., Taft’s Brewing Company will play host to “Back to the 90s: New Year’s Eve Bash.” The New Year’s Eve celebration will feature a DJ playing hits from the ’90s,
along with vintage board games, themed refreshments, a photo booth, and more. There will be a champagne toast at midnight, a 90s snack and candy buffet, a raffle ticket for the money machine, and three beer tickets (good only for beer) for each attendee.
There will be a DJ, appetizers, Champagne, and an open bar at the New Year’s Eve party being held by Queen City Exchange. At nine o’clock, the curtains will be drawn. No entry without a ticket.
Visit Rhinegeist to jumpstart the New Year in style. Time: 9 pm-2 am NYE 2023 Under the Sea Party. There will be a DJ and dancing, a 360-degree underwater photo booth, a bubble balloon drop at midnight, and plenty of drinks to toast the occasion.
There is a coat check if needed. Get your tickets at the door for $20. (no pre-sale). The cruise departs at 9 o’clock, so bring your bathing suit.
“Midnight in Munich” is being shown in Mecklenburg’s Garden. Authentic German beer specials, hors d’oeuvres, and live music in the Bier Hall and main bar start at 4 p.m.
Balloons will be dropped and champagne will be toasted as the clock strikes midnight in Munich (6:00 PM in Cincinnati). After the party is over, we’ll have dinner. No entry without a ticket.
From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on New Year’s Eve, BB Riverboats will be offering cruises. As they sail into the new year, the glittering skyline of Cincinnati makes for a breathtaking backdrop. There will be a split of champagne at midnight, a late-night snack buffet, and party favors as part of this enchanted evening. The time to board is 8 p.m. This event is sold out.
Ashton Wolf Dueling Pianos will be performing at 16Lots Brewing Company’s New Year’s Eve party. The food, drink, and cider is all delicious. At midnight, they’ll raise a glass of champagne to the new year and enjoy an evening of live music and group singing. The event’s doors will open at 7 o’clock. No entry without a ticket.
Vinkolet Winery is the place to ring in the year 2023. They have two distinct plans available. Meals at Grilled to Perfection, served in the main dining room, are grilled to perfection (reservations required, offered for 5-7:30). There will be a ticketed dinner and dance event in the banquet hall between the hours of 7 p.m. and 1 a.m.
From 5-11:15 p.m., head downtown to Via Vite on Vine St. The two-hour, four-course dinner at La Notte di San Silvestro has a Roaring 20s theme. Costs $85 per person. Pay in advance on Open Table.
In the downtown area, stop by Subito at 311 Pike St., The Lytle Park Hotel, between the hours of 5 and 10 p.m. 5-course meal with a fixed price. Tickets cost $119 without wine pairings and $169 with them.
The View at Shires’ Garden (309 Vine St.) is hosting a New Year’s Eve dinner and silent disco beginning at 4 p.m. Enjoy a three-course meal and a glass of champagne at a rooftop party followed by dancing in silence inside the parlor. Priced at $99 apiece. Reserving a table is easiest through Open Table.
Butcher and Barrel, 700 Race St., Downtown, New Year’s Eve Prepare for dinner at 4 o’clock. The meal consists of a three-course fixed price with a champagne toast. Costs only $99 per person. Reserving a table is easiest through Open Table.
At 3514 Erie Ave. in Hyde Park, you’ll find Forno Osteria & Bar. NYE Dinner service is available between the hours of 5 and 11 p.m. Menu with four courses. There will be a charge of $75 per head. Optional champagne upgrades are available. Pay in advance on Open Table.
New Year’s Eve in the Over-the-Rhine area? Try Nicola’s at 1420 Sycamore St. Dinner service is from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. Dinner party with set plans. A time limit of 2 hours. Add-on Cuvee and Champagne Availability. Tock prepayment is required ($125/person).
New Year’s Eve Parties And Events
At the end of 2022, the downtown area will once again be illuminated by the New Year’s Eve Fireworks. Fireworks will be shot off twice, once at 9 p.m. and again at midnight. The best vantage points are along 16th Street Mall or at the nearby Mile High Tree in Civic Center Park.
Live DJs will be stationed at various locations along the mall, and their music selections will be timed to coincide with the fireworks displays. Each performance will last around eight minutes, and spectators can watch from anywhere on the pedestrian walkway. From 8 p.m. until 12 a.m., the DJs will spin tunes.
The Downtown Denver Partnership, along with VISIT DENVER and the Downtown Denver Business Improvement District, are responsible for putting on the fireworks show.
The “Mile High Tree,” a conical structure seven stories tall and 39 feet in diameter, is 10 feet taller than any previous Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center and uses 60,000 LED lights to create its signature show. At 9 o’clock, in addition to the fireworks, the Mile High Tree will premiere a special New Year’s countdown program.
The Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel is in a prime location to watch the fireworks from because of the 9 p.m. program that will immediately precede the early show.
A family-friendly alternative to the traditional New Year’s Eve ball drop, New Year’s Eve at the Mile High Tree is a great option for families celebrating the holiday together. The Mile High Tree is open to the public without charge; more information can be found at.
On West 47th Street and 7th Avenue, New York City officials including Mayor Eric Adams, Chief of Police Keechant Sewell, FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh, and others gathered to reassure the public that there are no immediate threats to the upcoming celebration. But Commissioner Sewell stressed that the police force has not been resting on its laurels and has been preparing for this moment ever since the ball dropped.
“As the mayor has already stated, thousands of uniformed police officers will be out on post, in addition to the many officers assigned to their regular duties of patrolling all of our neighborhoods throughout the streets, subways, and housing developments, and as we ensure the safety of everyone navigating the city and enjoying these festivities, there will also be much that the public does not see on purpose. It’s a complicated, multi-tiered strategy,” Sewell remarked.