Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve
You can have a Blue Hawaii NYE
This year brought us the adventure of Batkid, twerking, BART strikes, and more. But now is the time to kiss 2013 goodbye in style. We've rounded up a few ways to celebrate NYE in S.F. -- instead of watching the ball drop from your apartment (again).
The Spot: Foreign Cinema (2543 Mission)
The Neighborhood: Mission
The Vibe: Sexy Tiki
The Details: In line with the Polynesian theme, Foreign Cinema will screen Blue Hawaii, starring Elvis Presley. Reservations can be made until 11 p.m.
The Damage: $95 per person for a four course dinner
The Spot: Audio (316 11th St.)
The Neighborhood: SOMA
The Vibe: EDM
The Details: Audio's first NYE party will include Bergerac hors d'oeuvres and live house music from FEHRPLAY! Table reservations are available.
The Damage: Tickets are $50 per person and $90 for general admission and open bar.
The Spot: EyeHeartSF, Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion
The Neighborhood: Marina
The Vibe: Rave/Clubby
The Details: EyeHeartSF's fifth Streets of San Francisco party features popular artist Moby headlining the DJ set. In addition to the music, enjoy fireworks and a midnight champagne toast.
The Damage: Tickets are $125 and up
The Spot: Press Club San Francisco (20 Yerba Buena)
The Neighborhood: Union Square
The Vibe: Classy NYE
The Details: Enjoy a glass of sparkling rosé wine and a selection of bites and drinks as you dance your way to 2014.
The Damage: Tickets purchased in advance are $75 per person and $100 at the door. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Raphael House to benefit the homeless.
The Spot: A Great Gatsby New Year's Eve, Per Diem (43 Sutter)
The Neighborhood: FiDi
The Vibe: Roaring 20s
The Details: Open bar, light bites, party favors, a midnight champagne toast, and an evening of flappers, indulgence, bootlegging and excess.
The Damage: Tickets are $125 and up.