There's a whole lot of things going on in Stillwater on New Year's Eve.
Here's a small sampling of what's happening taken from Facebook status updates. It's New Year's Eve, so make sure to call ahead to make sure seats are available.
This is just a sampling of the offerings in the Stillwater area, please add any New Year's specials your establishment is offering in the comment section below.
Happy New Year.
Is having their 2nd Annual New Years Gala! Dinner, Live DJ, Dancing, Champagne Toast, Party Favors, and tons of fun...
Great evening planned at the Green Room. We have a Pre-fix menu available in full or ala cart, also our normal menu will be available. Still have a few reservation openings or just stop by for some music and drinks.
Terry DuBois starts at 9 and will ring in the new year with you!
Reminder: Michael Paul Duo will be on stage tonight. Kill Devil Toast at Midnight. Staff will be on hand to call you a cab at two if you want to head to Hudson. Also, Lightly smoked Prime Rib with Au Jus and your choice of side will be rolling as our dinner special this evening.
Tony Ortiz is playing Luna Rossa and he's great. Happy New Year!
Live music. Special menus designed for two with a Chinese or sushi option that includes app and dessert $25/$30. Happy hour pricing on drinks all night. free champagne toast at midnight.
Reve 324 on Main
A peek at what's for dinner tomorrow evening... Happy New Year!!
Ring in the New Year with us at The Freight House Night Club, doors open at 9pm!
Planning a Ride
- Metro Transit is offering rides for free from 6 p.m. through the last scheduled trip on any route operated by Metro Transit, Metropolitan Council or Minnesota Valley Transit Authority.
- Taxi: Here’s a link to find cab fares and phone numbers.
- These services drive your car home, but require reservations:
- Drink and Drive Intelligently
- Sober Guys
- Sober Ride-AAA
The state Department of Public Safety this week noted that Minnesota has not had a drunk-driving traffic death on New Year’s Eve/Day for the past four years.
“All it takes is one bad decision for our roads to turn deadly,” State Patrol Lt. Eric Roeske said in a release. “In many cases, that bad decision occurs when someone decides get behind the wheel after a night of drinking.”