The first people to successfully paint the town red spent more time haphazardly assembling scaffolding and arguing over who got to be the "foreman" than enjoying the results. Take the planning out of carousing with today's deal: for $75, you get two tickets (a $150 value) to a New Year's Eve party at Lulav, located in the Mathis building on W. 6th St.
Lulav pairs an amorous ambience with an affinity for Mediterranean fare fused with California cuisine. Its cellar runneth over with 1,000 vessels of wine, which can be ordered by the glass, by the bottle, or by the Super-Soaker fired into one's mouth from several tables away. Vodka is equally copious, with a new fruit-infused selection each week. Admission to the New Year's party grants you access to Lulav's two large rooms with private cash bars, where DJs conjure intoxicating beats from bubbling turntables. Hearty hor d'oeuvres will float around all night to make sure you don't faint while counting backwards from 10. As the diamond drops and the moon explodes into confetti, you and your guest can toast another year of celebrity dance shows with a free bottle of Wycliff champagne (you must arrive prior to 10 p.m. for the free bottle).
Though reviewers are mixed on service, they praise Lulav's food and atmosphere. OpenTable reviewers give it an average of 3.9 stars, and six Yelpers give the restaurant a four-star average. TripAdvisors give it an average of three owl eyes.