Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Severna Park

Patch has rounded up a few places you can ring in the New Year around town.

Are you looking to stay local this New Year's Eve? Don’t want to deal with the crowds and parking of going to the city to ring in 2013? Here’s a round up of local places that are offering New Year's celebrations.

If you know if a good spot to celebrate New Year's Eve not on the list, leave it in the comments below.

Adam’s Ribs 

  • Adam’s will have its usually Monday night menu, but will be open for the New Year.

Bill Bateman’s

  • Bateman’s will offer all-you-can-eat wings as well as specials on Stella Artois.

Mother's Peninsula Grille

  • The newest area restaurant, technically located in Arnold, is hosting a New Year's Party from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Mother’s is offering a four course steak and seafood prix fixe menu, which includes shrimp bisque, oysters, Rockefeller filet, jumbo scallops, stuffed shrimp and more.
  • There is no cover charge and Mother’s will have a champagne toast at midnight. DJ Zombeat will provide music for the night and there will be free party gear and giveaways. Reservations are encouraged. (Click here for more information)


  • Shooters will have a champagne toast at midnight along with noisemakers. The bar will have Domestic bottles for $2.75 and rail drink specials for $3.50. There is no cover charge.


  • The recently remodeled Taphouse will host a New Year's Party complete with the 318 Band and DJ Speakerhead. The cost is $15 a person and includes a Taphouse style buffet. The bar also offers 27 different beers on tap and over 75 varieties in bottles. Tickets will be sold at the door and the festivities start at 7 p.m. (Click here for more information)


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