Bring in the New Year in Paso Robles

Paso Robles is the place to be this New Year’s Eve! Grab your party attire, get your dancing shoes on and prepare your belly for some great cuisine. We’ve rounded up four of the best events this New Year’s Eve to close out 2014. 

Listen to the awesome music of the Strata Tones

Join owners Carmine Rubino, John D’Andrea and their families at D’Anbino Vineyards & Cellars on Dec. 31 for a rockin’ good time. Just Between Friends Catering will be preparing a delicious five-course dinner, and live music by the Strata Tones will be keeping you grooving all night. Of course, award winning wines will be served as well as a champagne toast to bring in the New Year. The event will be held from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. and tickets are $125 per person. Tables are limited so go online now to get your tickets!

Toast to midnight then sleep sound at the Paso Robles Inn

Paso Robles Inn will be hosting a swinging good time with a Great Gatsby Gala Event from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Dec. 31. The event will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Inn and tickets include a midnight champagne toast, tasty hors d’oeuvres, casino style gambling tables and $100 “funny” money, chances to win casino raffle prizes, a photo booth, dancing and a DJ. Guests can also enjoy midnight fireworks presented by the City of Paso Robles at Downtown City Park right across the street. A full no-host bar will be provided and Gatsby themed attire is recommended, but not required. Order your tickets online or call 1-866-620-0584.

Party New Orleans style with Robert Hall Winery

Paso Robles is your ticket to New Orleans this New Year’s Eve. Robert Hall Winery is hosting a New Year’s Eve in New Orleans party this Dec. 31 from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. or 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. depending on the ticket you choose. The first is the Jackson Square ticket and includes Cajun appetizers such as creole shrimp and grits and mini muffaletta sandwiches paired with Robert Hall wines to wash it all down.  Next, guests will be escorted to dinner with a traditional New Orleans Second Line procession. Your New Orleans flavored three-course meal will be paired with Robert Hall wines and champagne before you dance the night away to a live band in the Meritage Room or downstairs with the DJ in the cavern. Elegant attire is suggested for the Jackson Square evening and tickets are $160 for non-members, $130 for Cavern Club members. 

Cheers with friends when the clock strikes 12

You can also choose a French Quarter ticket for your night at Robert Hall Winery. This option includes sweet and savory appetizers, wine and champagne as you bring in the New Year New Orleans style. Save the memories of the night by stepping into the photo booth then dance into the New Year with the DJ’s bumping beats. Cocktail attire is suggested for the French Quarter evening and tickets are $65 for non-members, $52 for Cavern Club members. Go online now to book your unforgettable evening with Robert Hall Winery.

Make it glow in Downtown City Park

Paso Robles is officially tying up its 125th Anniversary, and the grand finale will be a Glow in the Park party held at Downtown City Park from 8 p.m. to midnight on New Year’s Eve. Come on out for a family-friendly event and a park full of free activities, all glow-in-the-dark, followed by fun surprises to celebrate the end of the Quasquicentennial year. The event has some secrets, but what is being shared is that there will be glow-in-the-dark activities such as hula hoop, rainbow light bowling, corn hole, a bubble tunnel and more. There will also be food trucks serving up some great eats as well as glow-in-the-dark face painting, music, a party tent and a choreographed light show. The event is free, but party tent entry is $25 per person and inside the heated tent will be food, wine and beer. Don’t miss out on this 125th anniversary celebration!

Whichever you choose to do, you are sure to have the time of your life this New Year’s Eve in Paso Robles. Go online at www.TravelPaso.com now to book your stay and plan your Paso getaway now.