Where to Ring in the New Year in Roseville

A few ways you can celebrate New Year’s Eve and the start of 2012 in Roseville.

If you're spending New Year's Eve here in Roseville, but don't feel like staying home, we have a few options for you. There's a family skate night, restaurants serving up special meals and nightclubs hosting big bashes.  

Blackout Skate and Canned Food Drive – At , they’re holding a New Year’s Eve Blackout Skate night as well as a canned food drive benefiting the . If you bring in a canned food donation, you’ll receive half off the admission price of the 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. admission price, which includes skate rental and pizza or hot dog and a drink. A canned food donation will also give you free admission from 8-11 p.m., but skate rental is extra. The celebration runs from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. and includes games, prizes and a balloon drop. For more information, contact David Jacques, 916-783-0918 or visit the website here

Restaurants Host New Year’s Eve Dinners – A number of Roseville restaurants are cooking up something special to celebrate the New Year.

in Roseville will celebrate with a few New Year’s Eve specials including bacon-wrapped scallops with rock shrimp cakes, lamb stir fry and grilled Chilean sea bass with a honey soy glaze. They will also hold a special happy hour from 10 p.m. to midnight. More information is available here.
At , they’ll be open New Year’s Eve from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and also open for brunch on Jan. 1 from 10 a.m. Their special holiday menu includes items like jumbo prawns served with rice and a grilled pineapple salsa, North Atlantic cold water lobster tails with drawn butter and grilled broccolini and mesquite grilled rib eye with house-made mashed potatoes. More information is available . 
At , they’re unveiling a special chef’s New Year’s Eve menu. To make reservations or for more information, call 916-960-4875.

will host a family friendly party with an all-you-can-eat buffet, video games and all-you-can-drink beverages including coffee. You can also watch the ball drop on the big screen. The celebration goes from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. More information is available here.

will also hold a celebration with hats, tiaras, horns, beards and a midnight beer toast. Reservations are not required, but I'd suggest getting there early for a seat.

Legends Annual NYE Celebration – at the Woodcreek Golf Course is hosting its annual New Year’s Eve celebration from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Cost is $15 per person and includes DJ entertainment, a champagne toast and party favors. More information is available here

Black and Gold New Year’s Ball – is hosting a celebration with a balloon drop, champagne toast at midnight and lots of dancing. Pre-sale tickets are on sale now for $15 here. Tickets will be $20 at the door, but entry is subject to capacity. More information is available here.

New Year’s Eve Bash – and Loft Ultralounge in Old Town Roseville will also host a party to celebrate the end of 2011. DJ MC will entertain the crowd in the Loft Ultralounge. Party-goers can watch the ball drop on three large-screen TVs in the Owl Club and on an 87-inch screen in the Loft Ultralounge. Drink specials include $3 regular size Long Island ice teas and $5 for large teas. More information is available here.

Anna Tretyakov December 28, 2011 at 11:00 PM
We will be at John's Incredible Pizza (http://johnspizza.com/store/NewYears.aspx), in Roseville, for their New Year's celebration. I am really pleased that they are doing a party/celebration for FAMILIES, as this is really a holiday that, in my culture, is spent with the family. Thus, we will be taking my fun-loving 5 year old and partying the night away (for as long as he will last!)
Lauren Gibbs December 29, 2011 at 12:35 AM
Thank you, Anna for the info. I've added that into the list, as well as Yard House. Good to know there is a family friendly celebration. Have fun and happy New Year!


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