Mothers Grille Baltimore New Years Eve Party

Feel right at home this New Year’s Eve with a luxurious yet low-key celebration at Baltimore’s favorite sports bar, Mother’s Grille. It’s no secret that Mother knows best so when it comes to NYE events, this party is bound to be the city’s matriarch of celebrations by way of a five-hour premium open bar wining, savory dining, live entertainment, VIP amenities and more. You may not have a Heisman trophy or opulent championship ring but Mother’s Grille reminds us that we can still party like champions this New Year’s Eve.
Nestled in Baltimore’s Federal Hill, Mother’s Grille is an award winning party destination renowned for wining, dining and indulgent celebrations. From appearances on The Food Network to being a local favorite, this outstanding restaurant/tavern attracts revelers from near and far, leaving all with an exceptional taste in their mouths. Whether it be in pursuit of after-work cocktails or an unprecedented game day gathering, this one-of-a-kind venue caters unforgettable celebrations each and every day with New Year’s Eve being a true nightlife touchdown.
As the sun begins to set on 2015, Mother’s Grille pulls out all the stops for an unbridled homerun celebration that will leave you party-rocking into the New Year. Kicking the evening off with a five-hour premium open bar that will have you embracing the eye of the tiger, this megawatt venue raises your experience and spirits from the get-go. Following two (or a few) obligatory pregame toasts, continue the NYE fest by feasting upon passed hors h’oeuvres. For those of you that have had the distinct pleasure of wining and dining at this delicious destination, it’s no secret that you’re in for a real treat that will leave you full of fine cuisine and NYE energy just in time to further indulge on the dancefloor. Here attendees will find themselves gyrating shamelessly, burning calories and the midnight oil, to exceptional sets from an in-house DJ spinning a high-voltage soundtrack of Top 40 hits, throwback favorites and more. As midnight draws near, whether you’re still grooving the night away or enjoying or have moved on to immersing yourself in surprise party favors, make your victory lap toward the dancefloor for the final moments of 2015 revelry highlighted by the evening’s unbridled main attraction. 3, 2, 1…ring in the new year with a DJ countdown while this venue’s HD TV screens debut a live feed of the legendary Times Square Ball Drop. At midnight, seal the celebration with a kiss and a complimentary champagne toast. This New Year’s Eve party also offers VIP ticket packages for those looking to celebrate from the Winners Circle, featuring amenities such as an extended open bar, exclusive seating, upgraded dining and bottle service.
21+ event with a dress to impress dress code. Music will be provided by DJ Bomb and DJ Main Event. 

Ticket prices are as follows:

General Admission: $79

Elite Seated VIP: $109

Elite Ultra VIP: $129


General Admission Menu:
  • Appetizer Display
  • Fresh Vegetable Crudité with Basil Pesto Ranch Dipping Sauce
  • Roasted Garlic Hummus with Crispy Pita Chips
  • Entrée Display
  • Winter Mixed Greens Salad with Dried Cranberries, Candied Walnuts, Honey Bacon Vinaigrette
  • Cajun Chicken Jambalaya
  • Creamy Creole Pasta
  • Blackened Pulled Pork Tacos with Creole Cole Slaw & Diced Tomatoes
  • Blackened Green Beans
  • Creole Roasted Red potatoes

VIP Menus:
  • Passed Hors d’ oeuvres
  • Sesame Seared Beef Sate w/ Spicy Thai Peanut Sauce
  • Cajun Shrimp Skewers with Andouille Sausage & Jalapeno Bacon, Garlic Remoulade
  • Sichuan Peppercorn Seared Tuna on Sesame Wonton Crisp w/ Wasabi Aioli
  • Entrée Carving Display
  • Chili Smoked Beef Round, Garlic & Herb Rubbed Turkey Breast served with Mini Assorted
  • Ciabatta Rolls, Horseradish Aioli, Red Onion Jam, Creole Mustard,
  • Entrée Display
  • Winter Mixed Greens Salad with Dried Cranberries, Candied Walnuts, Honey Bacon Vinaigrette
  • Cajun Chicken Jambalaya
  • Creamy Creole Pasta
  • Blackened Green Beans
  • Creole Roasted Red potatoes

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