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5 Reasons to Celebrate New Year's Eve at Terra

5 Reasons to Celebrate New Year's Eve at Terra

Boston—get ready to celebrate the New Year, Italian-style! Festive food, drinks, and live music await at our New Year's Eve at Terra: An Italian Masquerade. We've rounded up the top five things you will do at our unique bash, where we will ring in 2019 in style.

1. DIG INTO RUSTIC ANTIPASTI

Keep your energy high all evening with Terra's favorite rustic antipasti! Hot off our open wood-fired grill, smoke-kissed bites prepared by award-winning Executive Chef Dan Bazzinotti will be passed around all night long, from bruschetta to spiedini.

2. MASK YOURSELF IN MYSTERY 

Yep. We're taking our New Year's Eve party up a notch with an ode to classic Italian masquerades. Originating in Venice, Italy in the 15th century, masquerade balls were a symbol of mystery and decadence during the Renaissance movement. So don your finest mask—or we will provide you with one—and indulge in a magical evening!

3. SIP ON SPARKLING WINE AND HAND-CRAFTED COCKTAILS

From a glass of welcome wine waiting when you arrive to a midnight toast of Ferrari Brut, sip on complimentary sparkling wine to open and close the night. And don't forget to stop by the bar for Terra's specialty hand-crafted cocktails and barrel-aged beer!

4. DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY TO LIVE MUSIC UNDER THE STARS

Terra's Italian greenhouse-inspired ambiance is the perfect setting to ring in the new year. And get your dancing shoes on 'cause we've booked a stellar live band, the Silver Arrow Band, to play crowd favorites all night!

5. POP BOTTLES, BRING FRIENDS, AND TOAST TO 2019!

Bring your best amici, and toast to the end of 2018 and the start of 2019 at our award-winning restaurant.

Tickets for New Year's Eve at Terra are sold out. Stay tuned for more upcoming events!

Wine Dinner

*Prices include a 20% service fee, so you can dance the night away without worrying about gratuity. Grazie!