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No Cover New Year's Eve Bars 2012


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Here's a quick guide to a no cover New Year's Eve.

Free video games, free karaoke, no cover and a view of the biggest firework show in town? Yup. Head to Nocturna Lounge in Restaurant Row this New Year’s Eve for a night you hopefully won’t forget. 21+, 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 5D, 521-1555, nocturnalounge.com.

At Wang Chung’s, you’ll be swinging mugs and singing karaoke with strangers by the night’s end. Complimentary champagne will be given out at midnight for a toast to all your new friends. This place fills up fast, so arrive extra early to secure a spot. 21+, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., 2410 Koa Ave., Waikiki, 921-9176, wangchungs.com.

Apartment3 is going Glitterati with music and performances by DJ White Chocolate and Cherry Blossom Cabaret. Plus, get free glitter makeovers by Kecia Bella. Arrive before 9 p.m. to get in with no cover. 21+, Happy Hour 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Century Center, third floor, 1750 Kalakaua Ave., 955-9300, apartmentthree.com.

Spend your New Year’s Eve in the heart of Waikiki at Duke’s with a front and center view of the fireworks. While everyone else is enjoying a sit-down dinner, head for the bar, order a mud pie with a couple of mai tais and join the crowd as they countdown to midnight. Open until 1 a.m., 2335 Kalakaua Ave. #116, Waikiki, 922-2268, dukeswaikiki.com.

Bring in the New Year at Lulu’s Waikiki and dance your face off with DJ P-Shot. There will be $3 Primo all night long and complimentary champagne at midnight. And, of course, it offers a clear view of the Waikiki fireworks. 21+, open until 2 a.m., 2586 Kalakaua Ave., Waikiki, 926-5222, luluswaikiki.com.

For more New Year's events, check out The Hitt List: New Year's Eve Picks.

 

 

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