New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball


  • PIER A HARBOR HOUSE 22 Battery Place New York, NY, 10004 United States

Downtown’s Largest New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball with

Spectacular Views of the Statue of Liberty Fireworks,

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Photo credit Ryan Micallef

Photo credit Ryan Micallef

Pier A’s Elegant Fantasy Features The George Gee Orchestra, Dance Lessons, 

Fortunes, Magic, Henna Tattoos, All-Night Champagne and a

Midnight Toast to Ring in 2017

WHAT

Pier A Harbor House, a 28,000-square foot, multi-experiential food and beverage destination in Lower Manhattan, will host Downtown’s largest New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball on Saturday, December 31. The landmarked pier will be transformed into an elegant fantasy of whites and metallics that offers the best views of the spectacular Statue of Liberty fireworks across New York Harbor. Guests will enjoy all-night Champagne and a midnight toast, a full open bar and the swinging musical stylings of The George Gee Orchestra, along with a dance lesson.

A raw bar, passed hors d’oeuvres, as well as cheese, crudité and charcuterie stations will be on offer. Additional entertainment includes a DJ, a palm reader, a henna tattoo artist, an illusionist and strolling magicians. 

Black tie is preferred, but smart cocktail attire is welcome. 

Masks will be provided or guests can bring their own.

 

Tickets are $195 per person, plus tax.

 

WHEN

Saturday, December 31, 2016

10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

 

WHERE

Pier A Harbor House

22 Battery Place

New York City

 

About Pier A Harbor House

Offering Manhattan’s finest sunsets and water views, Pier A Harbor House is a 28,000-square foot, multi-experiential food and beverage destination located where Battery Park meets the Hudson River. 

Built in 1886, it is a restored registered landmark that is part of New York City’s maritime, civic and cultural history.

The first floor, comprised of the Long Hall and the Oyster Bar, is a free-flowing space designed for convivial eating and drinking, surrounded by a Promenade with tables for outdoor dining. 

The second floor features private dining, as well as BlackTail at Pier A, a new Cuba-themed bar by The Dead Rabbit’s Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry. 

The third floor, with unparalleled views of Lower Manhattan’s waterfront and the Financial District skyline, is dedicated to special events.

Pier A Harbor House is owned and operated by HPH, the renowned New York City restaurant and development company led by Peter Poulakakos that is behind

The Dead Rabbit, Harry’s Cafe & Steak, Le District, Michelin-starred L’Appart, Ulysses’ and other distinguished downtown venues. 

It is located at 22 Battery Place. For more information, please call (212) 785-0153,

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