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Last Minute Ideas for New Year’s in New York — The 2006 noo Stars of New Year’s

December 26th, 2006 · No Comments

New York (PRWEB) December 26, 2006 — We extend a warm congratulations and sincere thank you to the organizers who put in that extra effort in creating memorable experiences for New Year’s Eve. Keep’em coming. To view the criteria used to select these events, please visit http://www.noo.com/noo/m/content/s/noostars2006/menuname/noostars2006/

Nikki Midtown (Nightclubs)
Celebrating New Year’s Eve with charitable intentions, this world renowned Miami style nightclub and host, Mira Sorvino, donate partial proceeds from ticket sales to the Epic School in an effort to change the lives of the children with autism. Nikki Beach Midtown merges the best of New York sophistication and Miami glamor with fabulous inventive cocktails, delicious hors d’oeuvres, DJ music by legendary Jorge Felix and a 1,000 balloon drop at the stroke of midnight. Call 212-213-2868 for more info.

Peite Abeille (Restaurants)
Stand back Jamie Oliver, the Real (Belgian) Naked Chef is making his debut. At Petite Abeille’s 17th Str. location, Chef Nicolas Jardin will premiere his two greatest talents. Pre-midnight will feature his first talent (and the reason we all love Petite Abeille) — his great culinary skills — with a classic three-course Belgian feast. Post-midnight, Chef Nicolas will share his other talent, the more private one — exotic dancing — with a special performance just to ring in the New Year. Ahh … only in New York do the Belgians dare to be free and reckless …

7 SQUARE (Restaurants)
Steps away from the wildly popular Times Square celebration, 7SQUARE celebrates New Year’s with a dream dinner for foodies and non-foodies alike. “A Modern Chophouse,” 7SQUARE offers the ultimate feast … a decadent, gourmet nine-course dinner to bring in 2007. To whet your appetite, menu highlights include pan-seared foie gras, lobster with black truffle, red-wine braised monkfish, mushroom crusted venison loin, roasted beef rib eye and root beer braised short rib … Hungry yet? Call 212-213-2868 for more info.

Makor (Unique)
In the truest sense, the Makor/Steinhardt Center becomes an Arts Center with this year’s MAKORnival: A New Year’s Carnival Party. Hosted by Scotty the Blue Bunny, guests meander the building with vaudevillians, gypsies, party bands and a plethora of circus performers to ring in the New Year. Performance artists, jugglers, fortune-tellers and daring hula-hoopists augment a live music lineup whose genre stylings run the gamut from sultry Parisian rock to Big Easy funk. There is a 2-hour open bar (9 p.m. – 11 p.m.), video screenings, a kissing booth, prizes, games and a midnight champagne toast all included. A three-ringed circus of New Year’s entertainment will certainly satisfy your party needs.

Marion’s (Restaurants) – View Details
One of downtown’s legendary restaurants, Marion’s always offers innovative New Year’s Events. This year Marion’s presents “Swing in 2007″ and features champagne toasts, a seven-course dinner and “Tara and the Sexy Swing Band” to entertain the guests and keep them dancing in between courses. As always, Marion’s promises to bring in the New Year in great style.

APT (Bars and Lounges)
Ultra glittery Solid Gold Dance New Year’s Party sound enticing and fun? Throw on your best sequins. gold lame and head over to APT for a cool Andy Gibbs vibe. Inspired by the ’80′s TV hit mega-sensation, APT’s New Years Hosts and DJ’s promise to spin beats that will keep you moving ’till early morning. There’s also a special live dance performance by Poon, an open bar from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. and midnight champagne toast to keep all refreshed throughout the night. A 5 a.m. early morning breakfast and commemorative APT Sunday CD are included. For more info call 212-414-4245.

Soho Grand (Hotels)
Soho Grand’s “Black and White Masquerade Ball” is inspired by Truman Capote’s famous “Black and White Ball.” Guests are required to dress in black and white and wear masks to maintain New Year’s old world spirit of elegance and spontaneity. This event promises to be one of the most sophisticated and festive with open bar, gourmet buffet and spectacular music that will keep everyone dancing throughout the night and early morning hours. For more info call 212-965-3369.

Tribeca Grand (Hotels)
To pay homage to the legendary Times Square Ball-Drop, Tribeca Grand will lower a replica of the original Times Square Ball in their spectacular eight-story central atrium in the Church Lounge. The Tribeca Grand Ball, created by industrial designer, Darren Vigilant, is handmade and will descend inch by inch at the stroke of midnight. Guests will enjoy open bar, gourmet buffet, party favors, midnight champagne toasts and excellent music by Aaron La Crate and DJ Jaclyn. Call 212-519-6600 for more info.

About Noo Year Hospitality
Founded in 2005 in New York City, Noo Year Hospitality LLC, is an event promotion and ticketing company which provides ticket sales and distribution for New Year’s events. The company’s slogan “where culture celebrates” explains its unique commitment to celebrations for all cultures, not just December 31st. “always bold . simply…” , another tag line, is a description of the brand’s logo, a simple, bold font design, and subtle hint to some of the brand’s values and its approach to business. For more info visit http://www.noo.com

‘noo’ is a registered trademark of Mahdad Taheri and designed by his boutique agency TVI Designs.

About TVI Designs
TVI Designs is a New York based privately owned creative agency. TVI was formed on New Year’s Eve, 2002 to provide the hospitality industry with branding and design services, specializing in restaurant web design. Since its inception TVI has accumulated a diverse client base of restaurant groups, nightclubs, hotels, fashion and lifestyle businesses. Local and international clients include Buddha Bar, Pink Elephant, The Impulsive Group, Metromet and the One Group. For more info visit http://www.tvidesigns.com

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