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The Grayson celebrates the golden age of parties this New Years Eve


by Edaein OConnell
27th Dec 2018
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New Year’s Eve planning can be a minefield. The choice is just too difficult. So much so, you begin to think that the best idea of all would be to just stay inside with a glass of wine, ringing in the new year with Graham Norton.

However, the ending of something old and the heralding of something new and exciting should be celebrated, which is why The Grayson might just be the ticket for a wondrous new year celebration and the ideal excuse to stay out of the cosy pyjamas.

The Grayson in Dublin will be throwing a party to remember by celebrating the Golden Age of Parties. Overlooking Dublin’s most famous city park, the Grayson at No. 41 St. Stephen’s Green has a rich and illustrious history of throwing glitzy parties, dating back to 1745. In keeping with tradition, they’re planning to begin 2019 in the same manner. They’re ringing in the New Year with a party that’s not to be missed.

Expect glamorous and intimate surroundings downstairs in their cocktail club, then work your way upstairs where you can dance the night away under the stars in their stunning glass atrium. Grab a complimentary bespoke NYE cocktail on arrival and let your hair down as the team at the Grayson ensure you have a New Year’s to remember.

Their team of expert bartenders will be pouring champagne and shaking up cocktails all night. And the DJ at the Grayson will be spinning the most perfect tunes throughout the many rooms of the townhouse that are yours to explore.

The Grayson offers guests four floors of unique hospitality experiences across their Georgian townhouse. From business meetings and media launches to group dinners, parties and intimate boutique weddings, they have a range of options to suit. Let The Grayson mix you up a drink in their cocktail club, dine across their upper floors or catch up with friends over a glass of bubbly under their dazzling glass-roofed atrium.

So step away from the wine, the pyjamas and Graham Norton, because The Grayson is the perfect spot for your New Year’s celebrations.

Limited early bird tickets to New Year’s Eve at the Grayson are €25, general admission is €30. Tickets are available to purchase on Eventbrite .

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