Food & Drink

Tickets Still Available to Cowan's New Year's Even Prohibition Ball


NUTLEY, NJ - Tickets are still available to 'The Prohibition Ball' on New Year's Eve at Cowan's Public on Centre Street Nutley. 

Cowan's Public invites you to ring in the New Year in 1920s fashion at The Wild Party. Grab your friends, a date, or that mysterious stranger you've been eyeing and get ready for an all inclusive night, that's sure to be one for the books!

Cowan's will be closing its doors to the public and taking you back to the height of prohibition. Doors 'open' at 9pm as guests will be welcomed with a glass of bubbly and treated to a 4 hour open bar, featuring some original takes on classic cocktails of the day.

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Afraid all that hootch might go right to your head? Never fear, the kitchen will be serving up a selection of passed hors'd ourves to satiate those hunger pains and soak up some of those Manhattans.

As midnight approaches, they'll roll open the TVs and pass the champagne for a grand toast to ring in 2017. The open bar will continue to rage on for yet another hour longer, whisking you off into the night. 

Come the morning, as you roll over to discover a stranger lying next to you...well that, my friend, you can blame on the gin...

The details:
-Time: 9 p.m. 1 a.m.
-Top shelf open bar from 9 p.m.-1 a.m., including Champagne Toast at Midnight
-Passed appetizers throughout the night
-Dress: 1920's Inspired or Cocktail Attire
-Hats, noisemakers, and favors will be provided
-Cost: $110 including tax & gratuity, plus ticketing fee
-Televised Ball Drop
-Tickets are limited and on a first come basis

For tickets, please visit, email, or give them a ring after 3 p.m: (973) 542-8151!

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