Where To Get Your New Year's Eve On In The Burien Area

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The grand finale of 2009 as well as to the first decade of the 21st century is this Thursday night, Dec. 31st, and here’s just a taste of what’s going on in the general Burien area for New Year’s Eve 2010.

First off, keep in mind that law enforcement in King County will be out in full-force, conducting their “X-52″ DUI patrols around the area, so get a designated driver, walk, ride your bike or take a cab if you’re going out.

Secondly, we recommend calling your establishment of choice prior to just showing up, just to make sure that they’re open and that everything’s hunky dory.

And if we haven’t listed something else you know of, please email us so we can add it to our list!


Bistro Baffi Italian Cuisine (BTB Advertiser), 15217 21st Ave SW Burien; (206) 244-0737
Six-course New Year’s Eve Dinner for $100 per person, with two seatings on Thursday, Dec. 3st: 5pm-7:30pm or 7:30pm-closing.

Collier’s/The House Restaurant (BTB Advertiser), 643 SW 152nd Street, Burien; (206) 420-3338
New Year’s Eve Dinner/Party; music begins at 9pm; serving 4-course Prix Fixe dinner until 9pm, then it’s time to bring in the NEW YEAR! During dinner they will host music by Jim Locklear, then at 9pm Jim will be joined by chef Will Collier and his former bandmate, Allan Tegelburg. House Specials on tapas and wine! “If you plan to join us for dinner, reservations are strongly recommended.”

Mick Kellys Irish Pub, 435 SW 152nd Street;
 (206) 246-2473
DJ [email protected] 10pm, champagne toast at midnight, No cover.

The Mark Restaurant, 918 SW 152nd Street, Olde Burien; (206) 241-6275
New Year’s Eve Murder Mystery Party – this event will be fun for everyone…for the shy or the outgoing. Join us as we navigate you through “Murder at the Four Deuces” with gangsters, hit men, politicians, entertainers, molls and many other interesting guests in attendance. THIS IS A TOTALY NEW MYSTERY FROM LAST YEARS. Price is $45 per person and includes Dinner, Toast at Midnight, Party Favors and of course…murder! You must register ahead of time and receive your character packet!

Elmer’s Pub, 15027 Ambaum Blvd SW Burien; (206) 439-1007
Live band Grey Sky Falling, champagne toast at midi and music until 1:30am.

The Tin Room, 923 SW 152nd Street
, Olde Burien; 
(206) 242-8040
No cover, Dinner Specials, Champagne toast at midnight.

Side Street Kitchen & Bar, 717 SW 148th St (206) 402-5428
No cover, will be open until at least midnight.


Possibly the most interesting NYE festivity will be a “Blue Moon Ritual,” followed by New Year’s Eve Party from 7pm on at the Saltwater Unitarian-Universalist Church (25701 14th Place So., Des Moines); will include food, dancing and merriment. Participants are invited to bring “1. An idea of what you would like to be rid of and an idea of what goals you have for the coming year. 2. A white candle or a white flower or something silver. 3. CD (If you would like to hear your own music played), as well as potluck finger food (items such as sandwich, vegetable, cheese, fruit, or pickle trays, beverage or other snack item). Dress from casual to fancy and everything in between, and childcare is available for this event.

Butler Bar & Grill, 22341 Marine View Drive South
, Des Moines; (206) 429-3709
$5 cover, “Cory Wild’s Band” is playing starting around 9pm; Champange toast at midnight, $1 shots, door prizes, and a raffle for $250 Butler’s gift certificate.

Mandarin Kitchen, 22612 7th Avenue South
, Des Moines; 
(206) 878-8511
Karaoke, drink specials and great food.

Lighthouse Bar, 22239 Marine View Drive South
, Des Moines; (206) 824-4920
$10 prime rib $5 shots – Washington Apple’s Apples, Crown Royal, Jägermeister, Jose Cuervo tequila, Smirnoff vodka, Captain Morgan & $5 long island iced teas. 10pm on complimentary late night snacks, not to mention pool and comfy couches.

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3 Responses to “Where To Get Your New Year's Eve On In The Burien Area”
  1. Above, in the Lighthouse Bar section, you write “Washington Apple’s” – Apple’s with the apostrophe is the posessive form. Should it have been “Apples” – the plural form? I don’t read the Blog – or anything else, for that matter – looking for mistakes. I stumble over them. I do try to check in every day – I’ve even got my laptop set up to open Firefox to your site when I boot. I live in Burien and your blog is an excellent way to keep up. Thank-you.

  2. napavine says:

    I think Wm. is trying to say,:. that he is comparing Apple’s to Apples. I’m just glad that booze is on sale. Happy New Year you %$#^&:::;;; “B-Towners”.

  3. I actually appreciate the spelling and grammar policing, and have done my best to revise the errors…thanks all!

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