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Fahrenheit Restaurant & Lounge New Years Eve 2014

Tuesday December 31st, 8:00pm - 2:00am
Venue: Fahrenheit Restaurant & Lounge
Ages: 21+ only
Promoter:
Schmee
Artists:
Charly Fusion
DJ Raymundo
DJ Melvis
City: San Jose CA
Profile Visits: 355
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Fahrenheit Restaurant & Lounge New Years Eve 2014





 WWW.SANJOSENYE.COM FOR TICKETS


 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What do I get with my ticket?
Admission to the party includes a hosted but responsible bar. Hosted bar throughout the night will feature Premium brands of liquor, beer, wine and champagne. The hosted bar will be monitored for responsible drinking by bar staff and security to ensure a safe and fun evening.

What time is the event?
Doors open at 8:00 pm, for those who purchased Dinner & Open Bar tickets. 10:00pm for those who purchased just Open Bar tickets.

What does the dinner consist of?
Dinner tickets include a buffet and passed hors d'oeuvres reception dinner. Food stations, with multiple servers passing a variety of hors d'oeuvres. Food starts at 8:00PM and goes until 9:30PM.

Will the price of tickets go up over time?
Yes. We recommend you purchase your tickets as soon as you solidify your plans as ticket prices are tiered. Ticket pricing is available until listed date or until quantities sell out. All Sales final.

What do I get when I purchase a private table?
Purchasing a table will provide you and your friends with a bottle of Dom Perignon a Petit Fours Dessert Station and a place to call home-base throughout the night. The size of the table corresponds to number of guests that will be comfortable sitting at a table at one time. In order to purchase a table, you must have first purchased a general admission ticket. Only 14 tables are available.

Table pricing is $325 for a table, Dom Perignon and fruit or dessert platter. Or $200 for a table and fruit or dessert platter.

Is there a dress code?
Dresscode is not enforced, though we do recommend semi-formal attire to this occasion. People tend to dress the part for New Years.