Seattle New Years Eve parties cater to wide variety of tastes and interests. Nightlife enthusiasts can party the night away at one of the hot club parties in Capitol Hill, Pioneer Square, or in Downtown Seattle, while those who are looking for a different scene might prefer ushering in the New Year at a brewery, a hotel, or any other number of spots. Plenty of restaurants also put on fun Seattle New Years Eve parties, and they often involve dining on multiple courses before capping things off with a champagne toast at midnight.
Unless you find yourself at a 2016 New Years Eve party in Seattle that is family oriented, champagne will most likely be provide for midnight toasts. Depending on the event that you attend, food will also be provided, most often in a buffet-style presentation. Restaurant and hotel parties tend to offer multi-course meals as opposed to buffets, and as is true at the club and bar parties, there is plenty of music for dancing. Regardless of the kind of party you have in mind, getting your tickets as soon as possible is encouraged. The closer you get to the actual event, the higher prices rise on most occasions.
A New Years Eve party in Seattle that is definitely hard to get tickets for is the party that takes place on the Space Needle's Observation Deck. Guests at this popular party indulge in a six-course meal at the SkyCity restaurant before they move to the Observation Deck itself for some dancing. At midnight, the Space Needle fireworks display dazzle party guests, as well as the thousands of people who are gathered at the bottom of the structure. This is the main Seattle New Years Eve fireworks display, and it is also part of the city's largest New Years Eve event. Even if you don't spring for the party on the Observation Deck, thousands of people join in at the Needle's base to await the fireworks, and this is the biggest party by far in the city!
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