Looking for the perfect place to ring in the New Year? Well, you have a cornucopia of possibilities.
As always, Twin Cities bars pull out all the stops to offer you a fabulous New Year’s Eve celebration.
Shoot your last game of pool of 2007 (or first of 2008) at the 19 Bar. Enjoy complimentary champagne at Midnight during the New Year’s Eve Party.
Bolt Underground/Minneapolis Eagle
The Bolt Underground/Minneapolis Eagle spotlights Best of Showtunes and Best of the ’80s, plus free champagne at Midnight.
Sizzling male dancers are the main attraction at the Brass Rail. Raise a free glass of champagne with your favorite dancer at Midnight to ring in the New Year.
To cap off its first year, Camp presents A New Year’s Eve Black & White Ball, featuring the sounds of the 16-piece Cedar Big Band, a champagne toast at Midnight, and DJ Kevin.
A brand-new bar in a familiar space, Epic gets under way with its first annual New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball, showcasing two live bands and a balloon drop.
At the end of its golden anniversary year, the Gay 90’s hosts a Special New Year’s Eve Show with the Ladies of La Femme.
Finishing its inaugural year, Innuendo offers A New Year’s Eve Spectacular until 6 AM, with DJs Thee Werk’n Bitches and Naughty Boy.
Set to mark its first anniversary in February, Pi mounts a New Year’s Eve Ball promising live, nude, and drag entertainment.
The dance floor at the Saloon will be packed for the New Year’s Eve Bash, as DJ Billy Franks spins his tunes. Join in a free champagne toast at Midnight.
At the Town House, a Dragged Out Show is the highlight. Partake of a free buffet and champagne toast at Midnight.
If you seek a gay getaway for New Year’s Eve, head two hours north to the Twin Ports.
In Superior, Wisconsin, The Main Club and J.T.’s stay open all night (and day), thanks to a 1987 state law that’s unique in the nation.
And in the other Twin Port, get a clean start at the Duluth Sauna, open at Noon on New Year’s Eve and all night until 8 AM on New Year’s Day. It reopens at Noon that same day.