New Year’s Eve in Northeast Ohio: Dinner Specials, Entertainment & More

Check out these great events in and around Northeast Ohio.

If you’re still looking for a great way to celebrate New Year’s Eve, you’re in luck. There are plenty of businesses in Northeast Ohio hosting special events for the holiday. Here are a few:

  • Sushi Rock in Beachwood is hosting a masquerade ball. There are two levels of pricing: one with appetizers and drinks and one with a full, three-course dinner. Details are available on Sushi Rock’s website.
  • Cedar Creek Grille at La Place will offer dinner specials, champagne at midnight and entertainment from singer Luca Mundaca beginning at 9:30 p.m. You can make reservations via Open Table, the Cedar Creek Grille website, or by phone at 216-342-5177.
  • Paladar in Woodmere is offering New Year’s Eve specials, and there will be live music after 9 p.m.
  • The new Office Bistro and Lounge in Cuyahoga Falls is offering a dinner special, too. For $55, customers can pick an appetizer, an entrée and a dessert.
  • Mahall’s 20 Lanes in Lakewood will have live music on New Year’s Eve. Dan Shaw and the Organ Crusaders and Wesley Bright & The Hi‐Lites will be playing, beginning at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 and available online.
  • The Best Western Plus Lawnfield Inn & Suites in Mentor is offering a five-course dinner special. There will be live music. Dinners are $75 per person or $120 per couple.
  • First Row Centre for the Arts in North Canton is hosting a New Year’s Eve party. Tickets are $40.
  • Rav’s Creekside Tap and Grill in Twinsburg is hosting its third annual New Year’s Eve Casino Night. There are different packages to choose from, ranging from $100 per person to $220 per couple, so visit their website for the details.
  • Creekside Restaurant in Brecksville is offering a special dinner deal for two. For $59.95, customers can get two entrees and an appetizer and a dessert to share.

Do you know of any other local businesses hosting special events for New Year’s Eve? Add the details in the comments.

Editor’s note: These events all had openings as of the beginning of this week, but you should call the business to see if that’s still the case.


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