From Vesper Sporting Club:
Why settle for just a midnight toast when you can drink champagne all night?
Following the success of Bottomless Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, Vesper Sporting Club applied the concept of offering bottomless champagne to New Year’s Eve in order to create The Champagne Ball. A unique take on your usual NYE event.
Where other venues give you a small champagne toast at midnight, Vesper offers you a premium open bar with champagne available to all guests throughout the entire evening for only $99. Yes, you heard that right. Every guest gets access to champagne all night.
Vesper has taken this over-the-top approach and applied it to other features of their New Year’s Eve party, including showing the countdown on their 40+ screens (including two 11.5ft mega-screens), offering gourmet food stations instead of the standard passed hors d’oeuvres, access to three different floors (Main Room, Speakeasy, and Sky Lounge), multiple DJs, and complimentary coat check. With all these options the $99 tickets seems like a steal. For tickets and more information visit vespersportingclub.com/nye.
If you’re looking for a more luxurious option opt for a VIP Table which along with having all the perks of a general admission ticket holder offers a roped area for you and your party, a selection of bottles, table side food options, expedited entry, and a dedicated VIP Host & Server.
New Year’s Eve menu items for general ticket holders include 5 food stations: Crudité, Mezze, Salad, Pasta, and Sliders. VIP Tables get additional menu items such as Smoked Salmon Crostini’s, Mini Chicken Cheesesteaks, Filet & Mozzarella Eggrolls, and more.
The original Vesper Club was founded more than a century ago as a social dining club that has been in this location since 1941. The Vesper Club was frequented by Mayor Frank Rizzo, mob boss Angelo Bruno, GOP boss Billy Meehan, former Eagles owner Leonard Tose and DJ Jerry Blavat. The Vesper Club was a social club for the rich and famous of Philadelphia. More business deals were closed in Vesper than anywhere else in the state.
Vesper Sporting Club is also available for holiday parties and private events. More information can be found at www.vespersportingclub.com.