Where to Eat, Drink & Party on New Year’s Eve



As 2016 comes to a close we are reflecting on the year with a tremendous amount of gratitude. In the past 12 months our team has celebrated new homes, an engagement, a birth, and countless personal and professional goals realized. We are so thankful to the friends and family who have supported us so we can do what we love. While the future feels a little uncertain, we have a tremendous amount of hope. We live in an amazing city and we know we will continue to thrive as long as we support each other by being good business women, friends and neighbors.

Since it can be overwhelming trying to decide how you will ring in the new year, we put together a list of a few different ways to celebrate this year. We are wishing you and yours a happy and safe New Year’s Eve!


Eat your way into the new year at Biwa with a New Year’s tradition of oysters, sashimi, wagyu short ribs, soba noodles and drink pairings. $65/person. Reservations required.


For only $15 you can play all of the vintage arcade and pinball games your little heart desires, from 5pm-close. DJs + complimentary glass of champagne + food specials + balloon drop. 21 & over.


Dancing, miniature golf, Lasertag, food, drinks and a midnight balloon drop, at the LIBRARY! Proceeds go to the Beaverton Library Foundation. $30 cover.


With the nation’s largest selection of sparkling wine, what better place to ring in the new year? The free chocolate buffet at midnight is just icing on the cake.

You can find a few other interesting ideas at Willamette Week and PDX Eater.

Photo by David L. Reamer


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