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Start The New Decade Off With A Bang At These 5 Unmissable New Year’s Eve Destinations

By Sophie Oddo
19th Dec 2019

The new decade is almost here, which means you’re probably like us and already behind in planning 2020’s escapades. But never fear, because we’ve teamed up with The Star Sydney to make sure you start the new year off on the right foot.

And—in even better news—because 2019 was a big one, BLACK Bar & Grill, Sokyo and Flying Fish are serving up a pretty sweet deal to ensure you send off the year with a bang. If you gather up five or more of your mates, head to either restaurant and spend over $450, you’ll receive a free bottle of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial to help you celebrate—you don’t have to ask us twice.

Be Boujee

There’s no denying any good New Year’s Eve plan revolves around a feast of epic proportions, so make sure your last meal of 2019 is a memorable one at BLACK Bar & Grill. Serving up some of their most inspired dishes from the grill and charcoal oven, you can indulge in Sydney rock oysters with smoked cream, pickled cucumber and caviar for $12 each and wash it all down with a bottle of champagne from their extensive champagne menu. Classy much? 

If you’re still in search for more, you can snap up Black Lip Abalone from the charcoal grill, with seaweed butter and lemon for $68, A5 110g Japanese Wagyu striploin from the wood grill with charred onion and shiraz jus for $160 or the WA Marron from the mibrasa oven with garlic and herb butter for $72. Because if there’s any time to ball out, it’s New Year’s Eve, right?

What: New Year’s Eve
Where: BLACK Bar & Grill at The Star
When: New Year’s Eve from 5.30pm
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Celebrate Overlooking The Harbour

Soak up the stunning Harbour views this New Year’s Eve and relish the mouth-watering seafood menu at Flying Fish. Inspired by the very best produce from Australian and New Zealand waters, Flying Fish spares no expense with a delicious mix of fresh, local seafood. Expect dishes like a luxe seafood platter with half a lobster for $320 or the steamed Northern Territory mud crab with ginger shallot and egg noodles for $195 per kilo. There’s also plenty of charcoal roast eastern rock lobster with champagne sauce and soft herb salad for those with a finer taste for things in life at $260 per kilo, as well as a special champagne menu starting at just $99 a bottle. If you’re serious about celebrating the start of 2020, this is the place to kick things off. 

What: New Year’s Eve
Where: Flying Fish at The Star
When: New Year’s Eve from 5.30pm
Click here to book.

Taste The Best Of Tokyo

Prepare yourself for a dreamy combination of classic Sydney flare teamed with traditional Japanese cuisine. This New Year’s Eve, tuck into an array of exquisitely prepared dishes at Sokyo and enjoy an evening to remember.

Make sure you’re hungry for oysters, lobster, tuna and kingfish along with the finest Wagyu beef and decadent desserts. Plus, you can lash out on Sokyo’s famous premium sushi platter to share including lobster, caviar, toro, uni and scampi. It’s safe to say you’ll be leaving satisfied. 

What: New Year’s Eve
Where: Sokyo at The Star
When: New Year’s Eve from 5.30pm
Click here to book.

Get Down At A House Party

What better way to bring in the New Year than with a free house party? Cherry at The Star will be hosting some of Australia’s best house DJs, so if you’re looking to party the night away, this is where to do it. 

The evening will kick off with local talent Brand Mullins and Emily Scott, while Mo’Funk— who’s renowned for Ibiza summers and Glitterbox parties—will also make an appearance and bring the best disco tunes to keep the party well and truly in check. Lastly, Random Soul will headline the night to ooze soul, jazz and funk into the early AM.

What: New Year’s Eve
Where: The Cherry at The Star
When: New Year’s Eve from 8pm
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Boogie The Night Away

International DJ Jae Murphy will be taking the decks at Rock Lily this New Year’s Eve to host an epic evening of beats and booze.

As one of Hollywood’s most prominent and premier DJs working with the likes of The Game and French Montana, you can expect to bring in 2020 with a bang. He will also be supported by live performances from Mike Champion and the Cool, as well as DJ Nino Brown and Jonnie S—so you know you won’t be short of a bangin’ track.

What: New Year’s Eve
Where: Rock Lily at The Star
When: New Year’s Eve from 10pm
Click here to book.

No matter what you’re in the mood for this New Year’s Eve, there’s something for every kind of celebration at The Star Sydney.

Editor’s note: This article is sponsored by The Star and proudly endorsed by Urban List. Thank you for supporting the sponsors who make Urban List possible. Click here for more information on our editorial policy.

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