NEW YORK, N.Y. — Ring in the new year in style this year at some of New York City’s hottest clubs and venues. will be producing over 35 New Year’s Eve parties in New York where some of the city’s most successful people, socialites and celebrities mingle. Why not add your name to the VIP list?

This is the second year in a row that BestNewYears( has produced a number of the hottest New Year’s Eve parties around. For the past few weeks, the company’s staff has been out in the cold on the streets of New York passing out 50,000 copies of their New Year’s Eve Guide 2008. T-shirts and promotional candy have accompanied the guide. has organized an impressive list of places to party and there are many different venues for people to choose from. They include: hot nightclubs, ballrooms and theme-oriented restaurants. For example, people can ring in the New Year in style at Cipriani’s on 42nd street where recent celebrity sightings have included: Diddy, Jessica Simpson, and Mariah Carey. Or, they can have a champagne toast at the Union Square Ballroom, an elegant and sophisticated locale with a state-of-the-art sound system and VIP service.

For a unique treat, how about combining the tantalizing cuisine of celebrity chef David Burke with the beautiful models of Hawaiian Tropic under a single roof? The Hawaiian Tropic Zone will have this and more and is the “it” space for New Year’s Eve 2008.

The services and amenities range depending on which party package is chosen, but on average the majority of events include a 5-7 hour open bar; DJ music; gourmet hors’doeuvres; a New Year’s countdown; and a champagne toast.

The web site outlines each venue and includes information on how to get there; dress code; music/crowd; average age; and a detailed description of the event.

“For people who were not lucky enough to receive a New Year’s Eve Guide 2008, there is still time to sign up for one these hot events and to rub elbows with the Who’s Who in the New York scene,” Mario Stewart, president of BestNewYears, said.

Valerie G, editor at CANW
Valerie G has been an editor with California Newswire for several years, is a gifted theremin player, can quote copious lines from 'Red Dwarf' and also knows where her towel is. Oddly, she does not drive, nor does she take the bus. She identifies as both human and democrat.