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Ring in 2023 at the following New Year’s Eve events!
By Claire Natale - Wednesday Dec 28, 2022
Looking for New Year’s Eve plans? Check out these ways you can celebrate across Phoenix!

Westgate’s New Year’s Eve Live!
Westgate Entertainment District is ringing in 2023 with its New Year’s Eve Live! event on Dec. 31 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. The block party will be held at WaterDance Plaza and hosted by Fat Tuesday, Bodega, Salt Tacos y Tequila, Carousel Arcade Bar, The Lola and M Social House. Westgate’s New Year’s Eve Live! will be headlined by emerging country music artist, Filmore, along with supporting DJ performances, fireworks, a communal, midnight countdown and more. Prior to nightfall, college football fans can catch a piece of the game-day atmospherics at the many restaurants and bars at Westgate, which will be projecting the action with plenty of food and drink to go around just steps from State Farm Stadium.

There will be a $25 charge for parking on December 31 from 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Westgate parking lots will be free of charge after 2:30 p.m.

Event tickets are available through the Eventbrite website here [eventbrite.com]. Pricing starts at $35 for general admission. VIP options are also available where patrons can select special stage-front ticket options. Dining packages and bottle service are not included in the price of admission. Contact individual bars for details.

This event is for patrons 21 and over with a valid photo ID. Westgate’s New Year’s Eve Live! is rain or shine. All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges. The stadium clear bag policy will be in effect.

Agave Del Scottsdale
Come to Agave Del Scottsdale for a New Year’s feast! Agave del Scottsdale celebrates the vibrant cuisine of Mexico City. The chef driven menu includes traditional mole, modern seafood and classic comfort dishes–all made from scratch. The dishes are made with recipes of authentic and traditional blends of spices and ingredients that have been passed down from their ancestors, through many generations. Their ancestors were inhabitants from areas of Mexico such as Yucatan, Mazatlan, Puebla and Veracruz. Hand crafted cocktails featuring a vast selection of tequila and other spirits are offered at the bar. The lively space is welcoming and will stimulate all your senses. The restaurant is located at 8390 E. Via de Ventura in Scottsdale. Visit the website Home - Agave Del Scottsdale Restaurant.

C2 Tactical
This local indoor gun range—voted Arizona's best—is open on New Year's Eve! In addition to a range, customers can enjoy weapon courses, taser courses, disaster prep courses, fun group packages and shotgun weddings! The Tempe and Scottsdale location will both be open on December 31, and are both voted "Best Indoor Gun Range." Scottsdale guests can also enjoy the VIP room for a luxury recreational experience, and adventurous campers will find all they need at the shop. For more information, visit http://www.c2tactical.com for hours and course details.

Dave & Buster’s
Two Dave & Buster’s locations in The Valley will host two of the best New Year’s Eve parties to ring in the new year – created for kids and adults. Kiddos kick off the night on Saturday, Dec. 31 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. with a full appetizer and dessert buffet coupled with unlimited soda. Plus, kids will be gifted a $20 game play card, ginger ale toast and party hats and favors. For those 21 and over, the D&B party kicks off at 9 p.m. through 2 a.m. on Dec. 31. Munch on appetizers and desserts from the buffet and enjoy bottomless soda, coffee and tea. Round out the party with a $20 game card, champagne toast, drink tickets and party favors. Dave & Buster’s at both Tempe Marketplace and Desert Ridge Marketplace.

Humble Bistro's NYE Chic Pick
Guests can enjoy this charming neighborhood wine bar on December 31 and January 1, at both the Phoenix and Gilbert location. Locally owned and operated, the culinary menu brings elevated global flavors and techniques to traditional dishes with fresh ingredients. Humble Bistro infuses old world recipes with new world cooking through shareable antipasti’s, fresh daily made pasta and handcrafted “not so” modest dishes. The wine list offers excellent quality at approachable prices. Humble Bistro serves bubbly prosecco, champagne by the bottle and crafted cocktails. Celebrate the New Year with a delicious dinner and prosecco cocktails, or, a delicious brunch served from 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. For more information, visit humblebistro.com or call the restaurant at 480-502-2121. Follow Humble Bistro on Instagram or Facebook to stay up-to-date with specials and new items.

Pedal Haus Brewery Downtown Phoenix location
Looking for a fun and unique New Year’s Eve experience? Pedal Haus Brewery is hosting a Rooftop Disco Bash at the Downtown Phoenix location.

Celebrate New Year’s Eve and ring in the new year in style at Pedal Haus Brewery Downtown Phoenix location at the rooftop disco bash. Disco DJs, complimentary champagne toast, tasty buffet and a disco ball drop. GA tickets are $20 ticket.
Pedal Haus is located at 214 E. Roosevelt St. in Phoenix

For more information or to buy tickets, visit https://www.pedalhausbrewery.com/new-years-eve-party-at-pedal-haus

Recreo

Recreo in Downtown Chandler will be open for New Year’s Eve! Located at 28 S. San Marcos Pl., Recreo has a gregarious scenery with a bus art installation, a bar swing set, shipping container stage suspended in the back patio of the restaurant and twinkle lights. It is the perfect backdrop for taking pictures and enjoying great food before the year is over! For more information, please visit recreoaz.com.


STK Steakhouse
Offer: Holiday Cheers Menu
• Japanese Joshu A5 Wagyu - price differs per cut and ounce
• American Rosewood Ranch Gold Ribeye - $136
• Australian Wagyu
o Carrara Tomahawk - $139
o Picanha 10oz Score - $89
• Caviar - $299
• King Crab & Truffle Gnocchi - $89
• Surf & Turf - $99
• Butternut Squash Tortellini & Dungeness Crab - $79
• A5 Miso Bacon Butter - $12
Celebration:
• Midnight champagne toast
• Live DJ
• Weekend brunch
Dates:
• Friday, Dec. 30 - Sunday, Jan. 1

SugarJam The Southern Kitchen

Kick off your New Year’s Eve festivities at SugarJam The Southern Kitchen for a delicious Southern brunch. With an extensive list of cocktails and must-try mimosa flights, SugarJam is the place to be on December 31st. Enjoy true Southern brunch favorites including buttermilk fried chicken tenders and French toast, as well as Southern style grits, while listening to its resident DJ as they spin all the greatest hits. SugarJam The Southern Kitchen is a local restaurant, bakery, and bar located in North Scottsdale. For more information on SugarJam and to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings, visit sjsouthernkitchen.com/ or follow on Instagram.


The Madison Center for the Arts

The Madison Center for the Arts is excited to present its newest art exhibition titled, Hidden Colors of the Arizona Desert, by Julie Tarsha that will be featured at The Gallery at The Madison from Dec. 31, 2022, through June 12, 2023. Come ring in the New Year with Julie as she kicks off her art exhibition on December 31st with a meet and greet from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. With color and motion as her tools, Julie strives to capture the magic of the world that she felt as a child. When she steps into the studio, she welcomes back her child-like wonderment and freedom that allows her to reveal intriguing connections, hidden meanings and universal truths. She’s continually inspired by the bold, rich beauty of the Sonoran desert. As an art exhibition space, The Gallery at The Madison has featured pieces by local and national artists, including works from Holly Anderson, Elena Pierce and most recently, Bryson Bost. The Gallery can be found in The Madison’s lobby, a spacious 24,500-square-foot space with a soaring 40-feet ceiling and windows that travel from top to bottom. The Gallery will be open Wednesdays through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. or by appointment and is free to the public. For more information, visit http://www.themadison.org.


The Uncommon

The Uncommon in Downtown Chandler will be open for New Year’s Eve! The Uncommon, an eatery and barcade, is located at 1 E. Boston St. The Uncommon is riddled with playful gems that will bring out the child in all of us. The space has well-known throwbacks, including a Zoltar machine, shuffleboard, Skee-Ball, pinball, pong tables, a photo booth, bubble hockey and many other video games. The Uncommon has brought forth is playful and creative. It is filled with familiar items that have unfamiliar spins. The most unique item on the menu is “Porky’s Revenge,” a pounded pork cutlet, breaded and fried, topped with a poached egg and served with Japanese apple crisp curry and forbidden rice. The Cocktail menu is just as eclectic and exciting as the food. For more information about The Uncommon, please visit uncommonchandler.com or connect via social media on Facebook and Instagram.

Photo credit: Emily Piraino Photography