Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Milford

By Terry Rogers

The presents have all been opened and everyone is filled with eggnog, fudge and cookies. Now it is time to look forward to 2018. If you are like many people, you want to celebrate the last night of the year with family and friends. If you are looking for something to do on New Year’s Eve, there are several places you can go in Milford:

Milford Elk’s Lodge 2401 –  New Year’s Eve Dance, an event that is sold out every year. Tickets are $60 per couple and $30 for singles. This year’s event is also a Great Gatsby theme with live music provided by Down Tyme. Only 200 tickets are sold for this event and there are usually no tickets available at the door. Tickets can be purchased at the Elks Lodge or by calling 302-424-2401.

Abbott’s Grill – New Year’s Eve Buffet from 5 to 9 PM for $45. The buffet will have prime rib, a raw bar and much more. Nick Wayne will be playing that night and his performance is included with the buffet. The regular menu will be available in Bald Jason’s Pub as well

Park Place Restaurant –  Throwback Retro Party on New Year’s Eve. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. There will be a DJ with dinner and drink specials as well with a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets can be purchased at Park Place or call 302-422-2112 for more information.

easySpeak Distillery – Roaring 20’s themed New Year’s Eve bash ] at the distillery. They are asking people to dress in their best flapper and gangster costumes. They will have a fire in the outdoor fire pit and will offer a champagne toast at midnight. There is a $5 fee that can be paid at the door which includes a costume contest with prizes. It is first come-first served. 

 

 

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