Choose from Three Options
- $25 for à la carte admission for two to the New Year’s Eve Speakeasy Masquerade and Burlesque Extravaganza ($50 value)
- $30 for all-inclusive admission for one ($60 value)
- $50 for all-inclusive admission for two ($100 value)
À la carte tickets only include entry, but the all-inclusive admission also includes an open bar on all wells and domestics, a buffet, and a midnight champagne toast. Doors open at 6 p.m. on Thursday, December 31, and the party runs from 8 p.m. until 3 a.m.
Seven Zero Eight
Food in the Front
Taking the place of a converted steakhouse on 708 N. Second Street, Seven Zero Eight serves high-end comfort food and more than 100 bottled beers in the front half of its sprawling space. The kitchen, which is helmed by a chef who does his own butchering, churns out lobster mac 'n' cheese, Kobe-beef burgers, and poutine. Oh, and there's plenty of whiskey, too.
Burlesque in the Back
Aerialists on silk, contorting gymnasts, and dancers wielding fire—the performances at Seven Zero Eight are nothing like the entertainment typically found at a restaurant. That's because Seven Zero Eight is also part burlesque theater and one of the few burlesque bars in the Midwest. Each production unfolds inside an intimate 120-seat space, and a new show debuts every four to six weeks. Between productions, jazz groups, traveling troupes, and other entertainers visit the theater to ensure its acoustics don't get stale.
What the Owner Says
"It's an art form, a new form of community theater, with lots of pop culture and still an element of strip tease," Elliot Winter told St. Louis Magazine. "It’s a very sensual experience.”