Ring in 2024 at 25 New Year's Eve celebrations in San Francisco
Get a fresh start when Odesza, Tchami, Louis the Child, Kaskade, and SG Lewis all take the stage at The Midway's three-day New Year's bash. (Courtesy of @freshstartsf)

Ring in 2024 at 25 New Year's Eve celebrations in San Francisco


Whether we liked 2023 or not, it's time to move on (sort of like Twitter). So throw on something festive (and don't forget a jacket)—it's time to ring in 2024.

We’ve rounded up the best parties, dinners, comedy shows, and experiences worth leaving the house for this New Year’s Eve. Cheers, and happy new year!

The Hottest New Year's Eve Dinner Reservations in San Francisco

As if Copra's gorgeous interior didn't feel festive enough, the Fillmore's fab Indian restaurant is breaking out the good stuff for a special Champagne dinner on New Year's Eve.

(Courtesy of @coprarestaurant)

Two-for-One Liliana and Osito New Year’s Eve Party

To ring in the new year, the teams at Liliana and Osito will host a midcentury marvelous open house complete with a fondue station, seafood towers, caviar stations, a Champagne tower, and a midnight toast—all included in the price of a ticket ($200). Remember the evening with a Polaroid and a gratitude and resolution wall; 9:30pm to 1am, Sunday. // Osito, 2875 18th St. (Mission); tickets available at tock.com

One Night Only at Abacá

Chef Francis Ang has created a special 12-course tasting menu available exclusively on New Year's Eve. The menu will feature Abacá’s traditional Filipino cuisine with luxury ingredients including uni eclair, wagyu short rib adobo, squid ink rice noodles, and chocolate mousse. The experience is $150 per person with wine pairings available for $65. // Abacá, 2700 Jones St. (Fisherman’s Wharf); reservations beginning at 5pm are available at resy.com.

Photo-Ready Reservation at Villon

Spend your evening in stylish surroundings perfect for capturing that last grid pic of the year. Villon is offering a five-course tasting menu featuring luxurious ingredients ($165) with an optional wine pairing ($75); Sunday. // Villon at San Francisco Proper Hotel, 1100 Market St. (Civic Center); reservations available at opentable.com

All the Indulgences at Nisei

Celebrate with a multi-course tasting menu ($275) of holiday classics featuring such decadence as king crab, truffles, wagyu, caviar, and more. There is also an optional wine pairing ($195) which will feature a selection of Champagnes and other special bottles selected from the cellar. // Nisei, 2316 Polk St. (Russian Hill); reservations beginning at 5pm are available on tock.com

A Good Good Brunch

For those who like to be in bed by the time the clock strikes midnight, get your fill for the year at Good Good Culture Club’s family-style brunch. For $70, you’ll enjoy a feast of epic proportions—think turmeric scallion waffles and duck congee—that will induce a food coma to help you forget 2023 ever happened; 11am to 3pm, Saturday, Dec. 30 and Sunday Dec. 31. // Good Good Culture Club, 3560 18th St. (Mission); reservations are available at resy.com

Decadent Dinner at Dalida

Festivities at Dalida will revolve around a decadent multi-course dinner ($150). Some dishes, including the restaurant’s signature chubby pita and spreads, will be served family-style, while familiar favorites like the California tahdig will be plated individually including. Also enjoy holiday specials such as lobster kibbe and Anatolian eriste accented with Périgord truffles. Add a beverage pairing ($83) curated by sommelier Ruth Frey and bar director Evan Williams. // Dalida, 101 Montgomery St. (Presidio); reservations beginning at 8:45pm and are available on opentable.com

The Cavalier and Marianne’s

Toast the new year in style with exclusive offerings at these sister spots. The Cavalier restaurant will be open for dinner on New Year’s Eve, serving a four-course pre-fixe menu ($150) from chef Jennifer Puccio and pairings from Amulet Estates and Telmont Champagne. Keep the party going with a ticket to the glamorous back room salon, Marianne’s, for a party featuring more Champagne, pours of Louis XIII cognac, caviar, and more. // The Cavalier, 360 Jessie St. (SoMa); reservations beginning at 8:15pm on Sunday at opentable.com

Champagne Dinner at Copra

Step inside a tropical oasis at one of our favorite restaurant openings of 2023. The destination for southern Indian cuisine will host a Champagne dinner with a wide range of styles and vintages, including many highly sought-after bottles. Choose the six-course ($225) or nine-course menu ($348, late seating only); the latter, more extravagant offering includes a few more pours and an opportunity to ring in the new year at Copra. For those seeking to sample Sri Gopinathan’s vibrant menu without Champagne, the cost is $145. // Copra, 1700 Fillmore St. (Pacific Heights); reservations begin at 5 pm on Sunday and are available at resy.com.

Midnight in Paris on the Napa Valley Wine Train

Close the chapter on 2023 with an unforgettable celebration on the Wine Train ($595/person). This New Year's Eve, embark on the ultimate culinary journey filled with three delicious courses, iconic wines, and a two-hour winery party at Grgich Hills Estate while you count down to the midnight ball drop in Paris. The fun doesn't end there: Be sure to finish your afternoon dancing in the open-air car on the way back to the station. // The train boards at 10am and returns at 4:30pm; 1275 McKinstry St. (Napa), winetrain.com

Thank you to our partners at Napa Valley Wine Train.

New Year's Eve Dance Parties in San Francisco

The Knocks join the lineup at Eye Heart SF's NYE bash at Fort Mason, featuring headliner Diplo plus LP Giobbi.

(Courtesy of @the_knocks)

Press Club NYE

Oenophiles can ring in 2024 with a festive bash at Press Club. The chic urban lounge will be pouring a diverse lineup of wine plus a complimentary sparkling toast at midnight, and a DJ will keep you moving. Look out for party favors galore. A limited number of VIP tables are available for bottle service; 9pm to 1am, Sunday. // Press Club, 20 Yerba Buena Ln. (SoMa); tickets (starting at $40) available at eventbrite.com

New Year’s Eve International Ball

For those who like variety, consider spending NYE at the W Hotel’s International Ball where there will be four rooms playing different genres of music, plus an open bar, balloon drops, party props, photo booths, and live entertainment; 9pm to 1:30am, Sunday. // W Hotel, 181 3rd St. (SoMa); tickets ($145+) available at eventbrite.com

New Bohemia NYE

You'll get your money's worth at this party with more than 23 immersive rooms and activities to explore including seven dance floors, game rooms, a kink lounge, variety and sideshow stage, themed karaoke, circus performances, dancers, and art galleries; 9pm to 3:15am, Sunday. // The San Francisco Mint, 88 5th St. (SoMa); tickets ($47+) at eventbrite.com

Eras Taylor Swift Extravaganza

Swifties can pay homage to Time’s Person of the Year with a Taylor Swift–themed dance party. Live out your "Wildest Dreams" with a midnight balloon drop, confetti showers, music and video projections, glittery decor, and access to DNA Lounge’s other NYE parties happening in the same building; 9pm to 2:30am, Sunday. // DNA Lounge, 375 11th St. (SoMa); tickets ($40) available at dnalounge.com

Gatsby’s Party Cruise

For the best view of the fireworks over San Francisco Bay, step aboard the SF Belle. The Gatsby-themed yacht party will have the works: DJs, dance floors, open cocktail bars, bites, and epic views; 9pm to 1am, Sunday. // Pier 3, 7 The Embarcadero (Embarcadero); tickets at eventbrite.com

ABBA Glitter Disco

For those looking for a man after midnight, pull on your bell bottoms and sequin-adorned accessories for an ABBA-themed disco NYE extravaganza. Step into the world of Studio 54 where you'll be dancing to everything from The Bee Gees to the Grease soundtrack to Queen—and, of course, lots of Abba; 9pm to 2am, Sunday // The Great Northern, 119 Utah St. (Mission); tickets ($40+) available at eventbrite.com

Eye Heart New Year's Eve with Diplo

For the young and young at heart, Eye Heart SF's DJ-headlined NYE parties are always a wild time. This year, Diplo will transport you to a Vegas nightclub with a headlining performance; 9pm to 2am, Sunday. // Fort Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd. (Marina); tickets ($155+) available at tixr.com

Fresh Start

As the name of this party suggests, Fresh Start is a multi-day nonstop party with plenty of opportunities to release the stresses of 2023 and begin anew. Odesza, Tchami, Louis the Child, Kaskade, and SG Lewis are just a few of the big names expected to take the stage over the weekend; 1pm to 10pm Saturday, 3pm to 1am Sunday, and 1pm to 10pm on Monday. // The Midway, 900 Marin St. (Bayview); tickets ($74+) available at freshstartsf.com

Mighty Real x Juanita MORE!

Countdown to midnight with SF’s very own party queen, Juanita MORE! They last night of the year will kick off with passed apps and cocktails inside Chambers Eat + Drink. Then things head outside onto the heated patio for DJ beats and drag performances; 8:30pm to 2am, Sunday. // Phoenix Hotel, 601 Eddy St. (Tenderloin); tickets at eventbrite.com

Scarlet Soirée at Charmaine’s

As twilight descends and stars emerge, there's no better vantage point than Charmaine’s rooftop to witness the city's transition into a new chapter. Your ticket gets you access to passed bites, an open bar, midnight toast, and DJ beats; 9pm to 1am, Sunday. // Proper Hotel, 45 McAllister St. (Civic Center); reservations ($250+) available at opentable.com

Live Music, Theater + Comedy Shows on New Year's Eve

Send out the year with a high-flying tribute at 'Dear San Francisco.'

(Courtesy Kevin Berne/Club Fugazi)

Dear San Francisco at Club Fugazi

End the year with a high-flying circus tribute to the city. Club Fugazi’s Dear San Francisco will host two New Year’s Eve shows; the late performance will include bottomless bubbly and a midnight celebration; 5pm and 10pm on Sunday. // Club Fugazi, 678 Green St. (Russian Hill); tickets ($99+) are available at clubfugazisf.com

Laugh Out Loud at HellaFunNYE

Sit back and be entertained by world-class comedians—including Dave Chappelle's San Francisco opener and a writer from The Stephen Colbert Show. After the show, stick around for the No Scrubs: '90s Hip Hop and RnB NYE Party including a free Champagne toast at midnight; 7pm and 8:45pm on Sunday. // Neck of the Woods, 406 Clement St. (Inner Richmond); tickets ($20+) are available at eventbrite.com

Rock out with LCD Soundsystem

Brooklyn electro-rock act LCD Soundsystem will take the stage at Bill Graham for two nights with support from Peaches and 2ManyDJs; 8pm Saturday and 9pm Sunday. // Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, 99 Grove St. (Civic Center); tickets ($125+) are available at billgrahamcivic.com

NYE with Greg Proops

Whose Line Is it Anyway? comedian Greg Proops returns to his hometown for four nights of standup including two NYE shows; 7:30pm and 10pm on Sunday. // Punchline Comedy Club, 444 Battery St. (Financial District); tickets ($53+) are available at livenation.com

Party like it’s 1980-something with Tainted Love.

Get dressed up to dance to your 80s favorites performed by tribute band Tainted Love, joined by Cosmo Alleycats, DJ Omar, Dolphina, and the Girl in the Fishbowl. Tickets include a midnight balloon drop, complimentary Champagne toast, and party favors; 9pm on Sunday. // Bimbo’s 365 Club, 1025 Columbus Ave. (Fisherman’s Wharf); tickets ($85) are available at ticketweb.com

(((FolkYeah!))) Presents Lee Fields

New Year's Eve falls on a Sunday so take yourself to church (at The Chapel) with the sounds of one of the greatest soul singers around, Lee Fields. From Coachella to Carnegie Hall, there are few stages Fields hasn't performed. Grab dinner and drinks at Curio before the show to make a night of it; 9:30pm on Sunday. // The Chapel, 777 Valencia St. (Mission); tickets ($75) are available at seetickets.us

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