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Get Out: New Year's Eve in Queens

Here are even more New Year's happenings around Bayside.

Yesterday, we provided you with , and today we're setting you up with even more spots for New Year's brunch or to stage the perfect midnight kiss. to check out yesterday's New Year's Eve picks as well.


1. Happy Hour 

Where/When: . On Friday, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Why Go: For one, the happy hour specials are appealing, to say the least. Secondly, if you decide to stay later you'll catch the live musical entertainment, from a band. And third, this is the perfect way to celebrate one of the last night's of the year, out, giving you the opportunity to celebrate New Year's at home.

Pricing: Food and drink prices vary.


 2. Celebrate New Year's 2012

Where/When: . On Saturday, starting at 9 p.m.

Why Go: This New Year's Day celebration starts with a four course dinner, followed by an open bar until midnight, music via DJ, and a champagne toast at pumpkin time.

Pricing: Dinner is priced at $175 for each couple, while the open bar option is $65 for each person.


3.

Where/When: . On Saturday, from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Why Go: This New Year's celebration features a DJ, premium open bar, live simulcast from Times Square, and all that you'll need for that special midnight toast.

Pricing: $75


4. Celebrate New Year's at Uncle Jack's

Where/When: . On Saturday, at 6 p.m., 8 p.m., or 10 p.m.

Why Go: All those dining after 10 p.m. will get complimentary champagne for a New Year's toast. All those dining before that will relish in the exquisite menu, for both food and wine!

Pricing: Food and drink prices vary. Reservations recommended.


5. Sunday Brunch 

Where/When: . On Sunday.

Why Go: Because this is truly the way to welcome the first day of the new year, after you wake up that is. Breakfast is served all day, so go in at your leisure!

Pricing: Food and drink prices vary.


And still you want more? Check out our family-friendly Grab & Go Kids Planner, refreshed every Wednesday.

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