1) I-Hate-NYE-Guy: This guy or gal looks at New Year's Eve as amateur night. They refuse to go out and insist on staying in.
2) I'm-Having-A-Party-Guy: This person works hard to clean their house, get enough appetizers, food and alcohol for their guests, then worry about entertaining them. The day after their house is a disaster (if it's a good party), there wasn't enough food and not nearly enough to drink, and you were frustrated that no one was playing Cranium right.
3) I'm-Going-Out-Guy: This person is the smart one. They let the venue worry about entertaining, food and drink, and they know the night will be a memorable one.
If you are part of the third group, look no further than one of FTM's sponsors, Gangster's Dueling Piano Bar. I've had two parties there this year (our 10 year class reunion and my bride's surprise birthday party), and both went off without a hitch. I've gotten so many comments from my guests about their over-the-top service, bar specials and entertainment, that I'm sure their NYE will be a hit as well.
An all-inclusive $80 price gets you open seating at Gangsters:
- Food by the bite
- Late night food
- Party favors
- Champagne toast at midnight
- OPEN BAR
- Private smoking room
For an extra $20, you get a reserved seat at The Syndicate, everything listed above and:
- Prime-rib dinner buffet
- Dessert and coffee bar
Not to mention three different areas to party. DJ Mark McFadden in the club area, The Rusty Griswolds playing your favorite 80s in the ballroom and of course the dueling pianos in the bar area.
Order your tickets now at cincyticket.com or calling 859-491-8000.