With the cancellation of “First Night in Fullerton” (due to budget constraints) more and more revelers are looking for places to party the night away in downtown. We’ve determined that any of these five 21+ events are where you should be when the clock strikes midnight to ring in 2013! Click on each image for more detailed information.

Bourbon Street:

Starts at 9pm with a $10 cover or a $25 wristband that includes 4 Svedka drinks and entry any time all night!
Call for presale at 714.626.0050.

The Cellar:

Two seatings at 5:00pm and 8:30pm with a four-course dinner including champagne for $64.95 and $80.00 respectively. Call for reservations at 714.525.5682.

Commonwealth Lounge:

$20 cover or a four-course dinner for $39.00. Call 714.525.8888 for reservations.


Two seatings at 6pm and 8pm with a three-course dinner including a craft cocktail for $49.00.
Call for reservations at 714.871.2222.

Matador Cantina:

Three-course dinner including champagne for $40.00 or with the addition of an Asombroso Tequila Flight for $50.00. Call for reservations at 714.871.8226.

After all the celebrating, make sure you get safely home. Just call AAA’s “Tipsy Tow” hotline at (800) 400-4AAA for a free ride for you and your car. Take note:

  • Rides are for the drivers of the vehicles only. Your passengers will have to call their own cabs–or ride the free bus (see below).
  • The “free” part is only good for up to seven miles. For longer distances, you must pay the normal towing rate.
  • The service runs from 6 p.m. Dec. 31 to 6 a.m. the next morning.

Another complimentary service is the good ‘ol bus. The Orange County Transportation Authority is offering free bus rides on New Year’s Eve starting at 6:00 p.m. and ending at 2:30 a.m. the next morning. For bus routes and schedules, call 714-636-7433 or visit www.octa.net. 

Have a Happy New Year, everyone!


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