Well, we survived a near apocalypse, which is enough reason to bring many
roofs down on the eve of the 31st. Even if said near apocalypse played out
nothing like a John Cusack movie.
New Year’s Eve is a time to look back on the past year and look forward to the
new one. If you’re not too busy at one of the hundreds of parties the city will
have to offer. Chennai’s nightlife is at its best as we make the last night of the
year truly count.
Glow 2013 at the Candy Club, T Nagar heads the list. With music provided by
DJ Wally and a whole buffet to choose from, it’s priced at Rs. 2999 for couples
and Rs.999 for the single ladies.
If you find yourself wanting to keep it desi this year, party it up Bollywood style
at the Le Meridien, Alandur, as DJ Shy belts out, scratches and mixes chart
toppers, and the Le Raacl Academy of Dance takes the stage. Prices start at Rs.
6999 for a couple, Rs.4999 for singles, and Rs.2999 for kids.
Of course, there ain’t no party like ECR party. A day spent by the beach
followed by one of the biggest bashes in the city seems like a pretty foolproof
way to end the year. Found opposite the Amet University, Jaya Gardens will
be hosting its New Year’s Eve party with music, food, and…glitter for a theme,
apparently. A huge line-up of DJ’s will be playing the best of the East and
the West. Oh, and ladies? You get to walk in free. Prices start at Rs. 1500 for
And as if we didn’t already need a reason to indulge in food in this city, the
deals everywhere are guaranteeing some expanded waistlines when the
holidays are over. The Accord Metropolitan, T. Nagar, will have a continental
New Year’s Eve cuisine, starting at Rs.1599 per head at 7pm. If you‘re looking
for some great food to start off the day with, Paprika’s buffet brunch with it’s
soups, salads, roast turkeys and desserts might be just what you’re looking for.
Here’s to an amazing, exciting and safe New Years!