Hey, here’s an extra $100 toward gift sets of top-shelf spirits and champagne—delivered. (It’s okay if you’re gifting yourself.) Also: take up to 75% off technologically advanced winter coats from Aether and 30% off a seriously nifty phone-charging tripod (with a really weird name).
The weekend is chilling the champagne.
Just a Huge Beer Party
Come thirsty for beer, and the Monk’s Kettle will reward you by offering up its taps. There’ll be passed apps and small plates—bone-marrow popcorn with hops butter, house-aged strip loin... the good stuff. At midnight, you’ll toast with Malheur Brut. Yes, that’s a beer.
The Silver Ball at Harlot
This alleyway club will harness just about every danceable musical genre you can think of, plus live drums (for some reason). You could opt for tickets or bottle service, or ring in 2013 with a table package named “We’ve Gone Public” or “F**k Me, I’m Famous.” We’ll leave the details to your imagination.
NYE on the Jeremiah O’Brien/em>
The Jeremiah O’Brien is the last historically unaltered Liberty ship, launched during WWII. There’ll be tented and heated dance floors on deck and an open ballroom below deck. There’s also a five-hour open bar. We hear open bars ward off scurvy.
All-You-Can-Drink at Delarosa
This Marina spot’s making it easy for you. Show up and you’ll be showered with drinks from the open bar. You’ll also be showered with pizzas, skewers and DJ-spun beats. Actual showers: not included.
Come for NYE, Stay for New Year’s Day
Finally, the romantic play: a room at Cavallo Point, sister to Post Ranch Inn. Your meal: lobster risotto and Wagyu steak. Your drink: a champagne toast at midnight. Your next meal: a champagne brunch buffet. What happens between that drink and that meal: your business.
A Victorian-Style Date Spot in the Marina
A Neighborhood Spot with Pretzels and a Patio
Starmont’s Patio and Tasting Room Are Nice
Stand-Up Paddleboarding. A Sake Subscription. Other Things.
Reubens and Cheesesteaks in Civic Center
A Neighborhood Spot That Makes Its Own Beers