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Time to get boozy and showcase those dance moves at these local events.
Miku is inviting everyone to try their six-course Kaiseki menu this New Year’s Eve. Guests can take in the restaurant’s stunning waterfront views while enjoying dishes like the Wagyu Beef Carpaccio, Aburi Lobster Tail surf & turf and Mikan Mousse Cake.
Where: 200 Granville StPrice: $175; $50 for premium sake pairings
The Fox Cabaret’s New Year’s party has something for everyone’s taste. The nightlong festivities will include live music, stand-up comedy, 20s inspired drag performance by Commercial Drag, and vintage 20s décor.
Where: 2321 Main StreetPrice: Starting at $20
If you’re in the mood for a glamorous night out, the Waterfront Gala Ball might be the perfect New Year’s Eve event for you. Expect to indulge in a selection of canapés and dance to R&B Classics at the Waterfront Hotel’s Grand Ballroom and Purpus Vodka Lounge.
Where: 900 Canada PlacePrice: $120
Attention comedy fans. Little Mountain Improv is hosting an end-of-the-year event filled with cheap booze and laughter. The night kicks off with some improv at 8:30 p.m. and concludes with an epic dance party.
Where: 195 East 26th AvenuePrice: $20
Miku’s sister restaurant, Minami, is hosting a New Year’s Eve party with live jazz music and delicious Japanese food. This Yaletown restaurant’s five-course tasting menu includes its signature Aburi “flame-seared” sushi rolls, Albacore Tuna Tartare Duo, and Sashimi.
Where: 1118 Mainland StreetPrice: $150; $50 for premium sake pairings