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A special Omakase menu in celebration of New Year’s Eve, with dishes like whipped uni with jalapeno and toast, Golden Miso Ramen with eggplant, Lobster Nabe, and Lucky 7 Pork with smoked maple miso. 6 pm and 8:30 pm.
A Boardwalk Empire-inspired New Year’s celebration, with prohibition-style drinks and 1920’s foods, such as Seared Foie Gras with Taylor Ham, spinach puree, Black Risotto with pimento charred sepia, and rock shrimp and fennnel. 6 pm and 8 pm.
A special New Year’s menu, with seafood platters from the raw bar, fried duck rillettes, beef tartare, halibut and lobster, duck breast, salted milk chocolate pudding, and more. 6 pm–midnight.
The Farm on Adderley hosts a New Year’s Eve dinner, with a five course meal and champagne toast at midnight for later seatings. 6:30 pm, 6:45 pm, 9:30 pm, 9:45 pm.
The Castello Plan presents a New Year’s celebration with a flapper theme, ten course meal, and prosecco toast. 7 pm, 9:30 pm.
Glassland’s final show and New Year’s Eve party, with a surprise lineup. 7 pm.
Third annual New Year’s Eve party with host Will "Dick" Clark running the Karaoke. First drink of the night is half price and free midnight toast. 8 pm.
Come ring in the New Year with an evening under the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. Featuring aerialists, burlesque stars, and a dance crew. Hosted by Bastard Keith. 8 pm.
The Tea Factory presents the fourth annual Reggae Prom, featuring artists like The Far East, The Frightnrs, and Jonny Go! Figure. 8 pm.
Brooklyn-based electronic music and cinematic duo Live Footage perform at a New Year’s Eve party, with all-you-can-eat menu by chef and cookbook author Matt Sussman as well as all-you-can-drink beer and wine. 8 pm.
Dress up, rock out and dance to classic new wave music all night long. 8 pm.
Play along while watching episodes of "Twin Peaks." Winners will receive a doughnut. 8:30 pm.
New Year’s Eve performance. 9 pm.
Masquerade ball with guests wearing "Eyes Wide Open"-themed costumes, featuring a four hour open bar with Brooklyn Winery’s own wine, and performances by a DJ and aerial performer. 9 pm.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a re-staging of "The Snow Queen," as an immersive wonderland of snow, light, circus, fire, and live music and dancing. The fierce Snow Queen will hold a menagerie of entertainers hostage for her pleasure. 9 pm–5 am.
Ring in the New Year with DJ Ayres and DJ Eleven, joined by Still Life, Mawkus, and Prince Klassen. 9 pm.
Featuring Machinedrum, DJ Spinn + Taso, Mess Kid, Dave Q, Tripletrain, DJ Earl, and more. 9 pm.
With a DJ playing ’90s jams all night, guests are invited to dress in their favorite ’90s-themed gear. 9 pm.
Presented by Dig Deeper. 9 pm.
The restaurant turns into a New Year’s Eve Discotheque with dancing and DJs, a laser light show, complimentary champagne at midnight, and $2 oysters all night. 9 pm–4 am.
Celebrate New Year’s with a night covering the music of 1989 to 2004, from “Like a Prayer,” “Hangin’ Tough,” “Since U Been Gone,” and more. 10 pm.
Free shot when you sing a metal song. 10 pm.
A New Year’s Eve celebration, with performances by DJ Koze, A:RPIA:R, Wareika, Sven Weisemann, Masomenos, Kozo, Frank & Tony, Nikola Baytala, Taimur & Fahad, and more. 10 pm.
Start the celebration early with entertainment, hot refreshments and the firework extravaganza at midnight. Ring out the old and bring in the new, but don’t forget to bring blankets and chairs; come early to get the perfect spot. 11 pm.
NESH: Mind, Body, Soul launches their yoga classes, open to participants of all levels. 7 am, 8:30 am, 10 am.
Artist Chie Nishio presents an exhibition of the Hasidic religious community through female point of view. 9 am–6 pm.
A new exhibition tracing the tracks of the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad through the natural and built environments of New York State. 10 am–4 pm.