New Year’s Celebration Doesn’t Have to Be Too Far From Home
Cost and cold weather are also good reasons to keep the fun local
By Kathy Feist
Fun is fun no matter where you are this New Year’s Eve. If you live in the area, you will not have to go far to find it.
Murray’s Tables + Taps – This popular neighborhood bar at 12921 State Line Rd. is featuring the band Souled Out from 8:30 pm to 12:30 am along with party favors and a 4-course dinner consisting of an appetizer, salad, a main course and dessert. Reservations are required. $65. 816-943-3333.
Martin City Brewery and Pizza+ Taps – At this celebration, you get two parties for the price of one at these adjoining clubs. For $25 (in advance) it’s all you can eat pizza buffet at the pizza restaurant and prime rib, chicken piccata and accoutrements at the brew pub. The Boxley Brothers perform favorite classics from 8:30 pm to 12:30 am. Drink specials and raffles will be held throughout the night with a champagne toast a midnight. 500 E. 135 St. $30 at the door. Call 816-268-2222 for information.
RC’s Back Door – DeeJay Gar V starts playing the dance music at 10 pm behind RC’s Chicken, 330 E. 135 St. The event includes a champagne toast at midnight with plenty of dancing until 2 am. There is no cost at the door. Call 816-942-4999.
Sand Trap – It only happens once a year and it’s a favorite among Sand Trap’s clientele: the New Year’s Eve Prime Rib special. The bar at 13037 Holmes Rd is serving 12 oz. prime rib (not normally found on the menu) along with garlic smashed potatoes, a side vegetable. Call 816-942-0990 for more information.
EBT Restaurant – The restaurant has been flooded with reservation since they announced their closing on New Year’s Eve. But it still deserves mentioning. Jazz pianist Reuben Pascattini performs. 1310 Carondolet Dr. 816-942-8870.