New Year's Eve Events, Deals Around Town

Whether you're looking for a formal New Year's celebration or a night of fun and frivolity, Patch has got you covered.

New Year’s Eve is quickly approaching and it’s time to start planning your all-night extravaganza right here in Edgewater and Davidsonville.

Whether you’re looking for a formal night of fine dining or an evening of fun and frivolity, local restaurants throughout town are offering some sweet deals to ring in the New Year.

Here is a rundown of local events and deals happening at nearby restaurants. Know another event or great deal? Post it in the comments below!

Coconut Joe’s—Offering a DJ and buffet with a free champagne toast for all who stay up to midnight.

The Greene Turtle—"The Turtle" is offering drink and shooter specials, along with free party favors, a complimentary chamagne toast and other fun activities up until midnight. 

The Killarney House—No specials taking place.

Stan & Joe’s—Offering a four course meal for $29.95 including an appetizer, entree and dessert of your choice. Also included is a free champagne toast at midnight, and a “really kickin’” local Edgewater band—The Fairhaven Band —according to owner Joe McGovern. Reservations are “highly recommended,” he said.

Yellowfin Steak & Fish House—The upstairs dining room will have a normal evening, but downstairs there will be a classy New Year’s Eve party. Featuring a five course dinner buffet of crab dip, bacon-wrapped scallops, seared tuna and more, the $60 cover charge gives patrons a lot of food and unlimited champagne until midnight. Reservations are highly recommended. 


This article has been adjusted to show the specials at The Greene Turtle in Edgewater. 

Cindy Morgan December 27, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Gotta check out Pirates Cove Restaurant and the band, Loose Change, which is playing that night. Can find details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/255095667949646/
amanda hannon December 28, 2012 at 02:01 PM
Blair's Londontowne Pub - Big Money Band !


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