Eat Before You Drink
New Year’s Eve is a night full of heavy drinking for all. Do yourself a favor before starting the party, and eat a good meal. Triple George Grill is offering a specialty New Year’s Eve menu that includes 4 courses for just $70. Some of the menu items include Oysters Rockefeller, Steak and Lobster, and a Chocolate Cake dessert topped with a 24K gold leaf.
Or you could take advantage of our Giggle Water Bar Crawl and eat while you drink. For only $40, you get 4 prohibition style cocktails and 4 appetizers at 4 different bars. Some of the food includes Smoked Salmon on Brioche Toast and a Wild Mushroom Arancini.
Don’t Break the Bank
It’s true, most bars and clubs have an entry fee with exorbitant drink prices on New Year’s Eve. Fortunately, at Downtown Grand, you can have the time of your life without spending a fortune or having to make an unexpected withdrawal from your child’s college savings fund. First, our New Year’s Eve celebration is FREE. You heard us right; our party is free entry for everyone.
Next, as we mentioned previously, you can take advantage of our Bar Crawl and get 4 cocktails (as well as appetizers) for only $40. Finally, unlike most places that simply offer a free champagne toast at midnight, we’re offering complimentary unlimited champagne for 30 minutes. Have one glass of champagne or 10 glasses – we won’t judge!
Book a Room
For tourists coming to ring in the New Year in style, book a room and don’t wait to do it. Everywhere in the city books up fast! Even locals who plan on having a fun night on the town, book a room! The traffic is horrible, Ubers will be hard to catch with all the street closures, and there will be surcharges the entire night.
Get yourself a room so you can party as hard as you want and just head upstairs to sleep it off. No mess, no fuss. At Downtown Grand, you have the option to book our New Year’s Eve Weekend Package. This includes 2 tickets per night you book to our Bar Crawl – making your weekend that much more affordable and convenient!
Nurse Your Hangover
Despite eating a full meal before your night of partying, the mixing of the cocktails got to you, and you’re waking up on New Year’s Day with the worst hangover of your life. Freedom Beat will take care of you. We’re extending our Freedom 2 Brunch to include Monday morning New Year’s Weekend.
Enjoy the best hangover foods and as much as you want for only $20. Pot Roast Eggs Benedict, Biscuits & Gravy, Slider & Fries – just think of all the delicious foods that will help soak up the mistakes from the night before. And if the party must go on, there is the option to add on bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for just $10.
“A little party never killed nobody.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald
Picture this: the year is 1928, you pull up to the party in your new Model T Ford and get out of the car. What are you wearing?
The 1920s is the decade in which fashion entered the modern era. Women broke out of what was accepted in society and started wearing what they wanted to wear (short skirts and pants). While most men wore the highly formal attire daily, some began wearing athletic clothing for the first time.
In honor of The Grand Gatsby New Year’s Eve Weekend Celebration, we’re encouraging guests to come dressed in their 1920s best. But don’t worry, we’ll give you some pointers first.
Perhaps the easiest look is the “working class” style. Men of the working class couldn’t afford three-piece suits, so their style was a bit more casual. This style is made up of:
- Dress Pants
- Vest or Suspenders
- Button Down Shirt
- Oxford Shoes
- Newsboy Cap
Get inspiration from “Peaky Blinders”
photo by: @ismetozdayan
Because New Year’s tends to be a classy event, you may want to up the ante and rock something more “Jay Gatsby” like. This attire includes:
- 3-piece Tuxedo with Peak Lapel
- White Pleated Tuxedo Shirt
- White Pocket Square
- Bow Tie
- Black Patent Leather Dress Shoes
Top hat optional
photo by: @borisbevanda
Or fellas can have a little fun and dress in a mobster costume:
- Pin Striped Suit
- Saddle Shoes
The most common look for ladies is the flapper. These were the ladies who got all gussied up to drink and dance to jazz music. This style includes:
- Beaded or Fringe Dress
- Long Pearls
- Feather Boas
- Feather or Beaded Headband
- Long Satin Gloves
- High Heels
- Long Cigarette Holder
photo by: @heidihapanowicz
If you don’t want to get too dressed up, instead of Gatsby, ladies can dress more like Downton Abbey.
- Loose Blouse
- Pleated Linen Skirt
- Pearl Necklace
- Cloche Hat
“Come as a flapper, come as you are, come as a mobster or a silent screen star.”
1. You Love Dancing
The 1920s were all about jazz and swing music. It was the era of fun fads like the Charleston and marathon dancing. Relive all the jazzy fun at the Grand Gatsby New Year’s Eve Weekend Celebration with two throwback bands:
- Saturday, Dec. 30: Shaun DeGraff Band 8 p.m. – 12 a.m.
- Sunday, Dec. 31: Retro Jukebox 11 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Both bands combine the ultimate playlist of today with a reimagined vintage pop/jazz sound.
“Everything old just got new again!”
2. You Love Hats
In the 1920s, men and women alike wore hats. The casual style for men included newsboy, golf, or cab driver caps. For more formal events, top hats or bowler hats were common. Then, of course, you have the typical 1920s gangsters who rocked fedoras. Women wore hats with a lot of embellishments like flowers or bows. But it’s not just about a great hat. You need the complete 1920s look!
3. You Love Booze
Alcohol may have been illegal throughout the 1920s, but that certainly didn’t stop people from enjoying a nice glass of gin. To celebrate the roarin’ ’20s, we’ve put together a 3-day prohibition style bar crawl where you can try tasty drinks and appetizers from the glamorous decade.
- Cocktail – “Gin Ricky” Death’s Door Gin, fresh lime juice, simple syrup, club soda
- Appetizer – “Party Pigs” Pigs in a blanket, maple syrup, powdered sugar
- Cocktail – “America’s Sweetheart” Bayou White Rum, Luxardo Cherry Liqueur, pineapple juice
- Appetizer – “Old Sport” smoked salmon, goat cheese mousse, brioche toast
- Cocktail – “Open the Whiskey, Tom” Classic Mint Julep, bourbon, sugar, mint
- Appetizer – “Supercilious” serrano wrapped asparagus, puff pastry, manchego
- Cocktail – “Daisy’s Desire” Chardonnay, St. Germaine, honey infused Tazo tea, fresh lemon, club soda
- Appetizer – “Street Trader” wild mushroom arancini, tomato basil sauce
And if a $40 bar crawl isn’t enough for you, there will also be free-flowing champagne on the casino floor from 11:30 p.m. – midnight.
4. You Love Glamour
When you watched the remake of “The Great Gatsby,” you wanted nothing more than to live a lavish life like Jay Gatsby. We’re turning up the glamour this New Year’s Eve with 9-foot tall “Glamazons,” flappers, and a walking champagne dress. This is going to be the most “instagrammable” party in Las Vegas. And the best part of all? Entry is free!
“Can’t repeat the past…why of course you can!” – F. Scott Fitzgerald
Saddle up and giddy on over to the Downtown Grand to celebrate 10 days of the Rodeo in Las Vegas!
Couldn’t score tickets to the event? Hang out with us at Art Bar, Freedom Beat or on the Grand Casino floor to watch all the rodeo action live.
Food & Drink
While you’re sitting at the bar, take advantage of our $1 PBR available 24 hours a day for 10 days (Dec. 7 – 16) at Art Bar, Furnace Bar, and Freedom Beat. Not a beer drinker? No problem! Pendleton Whiskey will hook you up with $5 shots or mixed drinks. You can also try one of our specialty drinks:
- Midnight Mule $10 offered at Triple George Grill: Pendleton Midnight Whiskey, Ginger Beer, Fresh Lime, and Mint
- Sagebrush Punch $10 offered at Freedom Beat: Pendleton Whiskey, Triple Sec, Orange Juice, and Lime Juice
Feeling a little peckish after downing all those drinks? Order yourself the Cowboy Cut Ribeye Special from Freedom Beat for just $25. This special includes:
- 16 oz Ribeye
- Loaded Baked Potato
- Corn on the Cob
- 16oz PBR
Stay the Night
Book our Wrangler NFR Hotel Package and get two balcony seats plus a $20 daily food & beverage credit per night you book with us!
After the Rodeo, continue the party on the Grand Casino floor with live entertainment by local artist Sam Riddle. He’ll be transforming Downtown Las Vegas by playing all your favorite country hits.
- Friday, Dec. 15th 9:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.
- Saturday, Dec. 16th 9:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m.