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Yesterday I wrote about New Year’s Eve specials taking place in the Back Bay. Today I am going to cover the Boston’s South End.

An evening of entertainment
Timeless billed as “The most prestigious New Years Eve Party”, the Calderwood Pavilion located on Tremont Street is host to a lavish party geared for sophisticated 21 – 35 year olds.  The evening starts at 8:30 PM with a red carpet reception and ends at 2:00 AM with a live vocale finale by Renee Marcou. Also included in the evening are complimentary appetizers, 3 DJs spinning Pop, Euro House, Top 40 and Hiphop, a live band and much more. Attendees must be 21 and over, and tickets start at $65 and go up to $700.

Not up for a party but want to be entertained? Beehive is offering a full night of entertainment including live music, dining, dancing, champagne, and tease and temptation in for form of burlesque performances. Tickets are $95/person.

Good eats
Just looking for a special meal on a special night with that special someone? Aquitaine, Tremont 647 and Union are featuring special a New Year’s Eve menus in addition to their regular menus.

Elsewhere in the South End –

  • Hammersley’s Bistro: 4 course prix-fixe menu ($100/person) including champagne with dessert
  • Rocca: 3 course prix-fixe from 5:00 – 6:30 PM ($45/person) and a 4 course prix-fixe menu ($65/person) from 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
  • Stella: 3 course prix-fixe menu ($75/person) from 6:00 – 11:00 PM
  • Da Vinci: where handmade pasta is the specialty of the house; prix-fixe 5 course dinner ($85/person), with wine pairings ($100/person)

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