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New Years Eve at The DL
Monday, December 31, 2012
New Years Eve
95 Delancey Street, New York, NY 10002
Doors Open at 9pm to 4am
Tickets start at $100
Highlights of The DL's all-out NYE festivities include:
- 4 Hour Top Shelf Open Bar (9pm - 1am)
- Champagne toast at 12m
- Passed hors d'oeuvres for two hours from 9pm-11pm
- NYE Party Favors
- Televised Live NYE 2013 Countdown
- Party Under the Stars on our Heated and Enclosed Rooftop
- Live DJ
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Join us at the hottest downtown New Year's Eve party ticket for 2013 at The DL, a restaurant/lounge with three floors including an all-season rooftop in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
The venue, which has a retractable roof and a full kitchen, can host a variety of special events from dinner parties to corporate product launches. It boasts two separate rooms that can operate independently or in conjunction with one another, accommodating a wide range of parties and special events.
Dinner on Ludlow is the newly launched restaurant/bar on the first floor of The DL with Executive Chef John Keller creating an American Bistro menu offering a collection of reimagined comfort food with a modern twist. The meticulous design of the room, with high ceilings, yet still remaining warm and comfortable. Bordered by floor to ceiling glass windows, the open-plan space features a long bar, plenty of intimate tables and banquettes amid a gothic elegant décor of crystal chandeliers, dark wood and ornate metal filigree that creates a relaxed cozy space, enhancing the dining experience.
The Red Light Room on the second floor is the perfect space for a Private Dining experience, cocktail reception, or any private function.
The third floor rooftop is the crown jewel of The DL. Its spacious room, retractable roof, and outdoor patio are a one of a kind experience that transports you away from the streets and offers an entirely new perspective of the Lower East Side.