The Paris Cafe NYE

Sat, Dec 31, 8:00 PM - 4:00 AM
The Paris Cafe, 119 Peck Slip, New York, NY, USA


Celebrate New Years Eve 2023 at The Paris Cafe in New York City!. “5 Hour Premium Open Bar” book your New Years Eve experience.

Organizer: Styles Lewis
Organizer Phone: 646-580-9128
Performer:: Live DJ's

The Paris Cafe is hosting a very special New Year’s Eve event. The French atmosphere at the cafe will make it the perfect setting to greet 2017. In addition, the restaurant has prepared an amazing event – it’s so good!. Attend an event filled with wine and cocktail enthusiasts at the Paris Cafe. Where a live DJ will be spinning some of today’s hottest tracks. Get lost in the music as The Paris Cafe features unlimited drinks for only five hours.

As midnight approaches, celebrate the New Year with champagne and a countdown led by a DJ. For guests who enjoy VIP treatment. Select from one of the VIP Package options to gain access to exclusive seating and private table service.

Paris Cafe New Years Eve 2023

The Paris Cafe is a renowned brasserie in the South Street Seaport district of Manhattan. Which has been serving New Yorkers and international travelers for over 150 years. Bob Dylan, Thomas Edison, Teddy Roosevelt, Lauren Bacall and Butch Cassidy all enjoyed their meals here. The Paris Cafe – Reimagined offers an experience that goes beyond traditional dining options. Whether you’re looking to enjoy some classic French cuisine or explore new flavors from around the world. We have something for everyone!

The venue is one of New York City’s Oldest Pubs – has been around since 1873. Located in the Historic South Street Seaport, steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge and right across the street from the East River, The Paris Cafe is a perfect blend of history, good food and strong drinks.

We have a Full Bar, Winter Cocktail Specials, Happy Hour Specials, serve a wide range of Craft Beers that change seasonally as well as Wines by the Glass and Bottle. Enjoy views of the Brooklyn Bridge, watch the ships go by on the East River while overlooking the cobblestone streets, or take in one of the many sporting events on one of our 12 Big Screen TVs.

The Paris Cafe was closed for 51 weeks after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy but it has been renovated (the magnificent Victorian back-bar has been restored and is returned to its original layout) and returns with a fresh look while keeping the old feel and vibe. Come on in for a pint or two!