A Boulder New Year’s Eve Survival Guide

a Refreshing and Fun Experience

Whether you’re visiting Boulder for the holidays or are a local and want to ring in 2019 in style, our team here at Scout & Molly’s has put together the ultimate New Year’s Eve guide. No matter what your party personality is, there’s something going on in Boulder, CO for everyone this NYE. And wherever you decide to go, make sure you come into our boutique first to find the perfect outfit.

Something formal:

The Hotel Boulderado is hosting their 110th-anniversary celebration in the form of a New Year’s Eve gala. There will be cocktails, passed appetizers, and a lavish buffet, as well as a live band and balloon drop. If you want to get dressed to the nines, this is the event for you–make sure you come into the boutique for a fabulous new dress.

Something hoppy:

Calling all beer lovers! BRU Handbuilt Ales & Eats is hosting a New Year’s Eve Beer Dinner with five courses of refreshing beer and food. With a menu that features delicious items like sourdough pizza and malt ice cream, we have a feeling this is going to be good.

Something spicy:

St Julien Hotel & Spa is hosting a “Havana Meets the Big Easy” themed NYE party. You’ll enjoy soul and salsa tunes, Cuban street food, New Orleans snacks, party favors, and an iconic Veuve Clicquot ice bar. And plenty of bubbly, of course. Come into Scout & Molly’s to find a new pair of dancing shoes.

Something full-bodied:

If you love wine, the New Year’s Eve celebration at Frasca is for you. You’ll enjoy live jazz music and a six-course tasting menu, along with plenty of wine and a Champagne cart making rounds all evening.

Something vintage:

Find a 1920s-inspired dress at Scout & Molly’s then make your way to the New Year’s Eve Tavern Deluxe at the West End Tavern. This food-forward fete promises offerings like crispy frog legs, prime rib sliders, crawfish hush puppies, and whiskey punch. And if you have fun on NYE, go back the next day for a local beer flight!


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