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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

No Cover New Year's Eve Bars

Want to spend more money on alcohol than on a New Year’s Eve party’s cover? Why not create your own party at these bars with no cover.

Genius Lounge Sake Bar & Grill, a cute third-floor lounge located in the heart of Waikiki, will be open New Year’s Eve. Celebrate with sake and order food off of its full menu until the wee hours of the night. Before midnight, take a short walk to Waikiki Beach where you can view the fireworks. Daily 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., 346 Lewers St., Waikiki, 626-5362.

If you’re hoping for a romantic evening for two that ends with a New Year’s kiss, Brasserie Du Vin presents the perfect setting with its rustic French café-style interior. Dine on its delectable menu and order votre cherie a bottle of wine. Open until 2 a.m., 1115 Bethel St., Honolulu, 545-1115.

The Lounge at Nobu doesn’t have anything special planned for New Year’s Eve, but it will be open until midnight—the view of the fireworks is less than a block away. A multiple HONOLULU Magazine Best Bar winner, enjoy some of its delicious, hand-crafted cocktails—and let’s not forget the sake shots—while yelling “Kanpai!” to the New Year. 2233 Helumoa Rd., (inside the Waikiki Parc Hotel), Waikiki, 237-6999. Daily 5 p.m. to midnight.

If you want to dance away the last night of 2010, then Paparazzi Nightclub may be the perfect New Year’s Eve party for you. Print a ticket off of its facebook page and receive free cover as well as a complimentary drink before 11 p.m. There will be two rooms with two DJs spinning Hip Hop, R&B and House. Open until 2 a.m., 1200 Ala Moana Blvd, Ward Centre.

For a full listing of New Year's Eve parties happening in Hawaii, check out New Year's Eve in Hawaii.

Posted on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 in Permalink

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This Kamehameha Schools and UH graduate manages the website for HONOLULU. In her free time she researches Hawaiian genealogy, when she’s not out and about or taking care of her 5-year-old son. She blogs about Honolulu bars, Hawaii nightlife and entertainment.

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