There is no reason to sit at home alone on New Year's Eve in Dallas. Dallas hosts some of the most exlusive parties in town.
New Year's Eve is all about letting loose after the holidays and where better to let loose than at Aura's themed New Year's party, "Cirque de Aura."
There is no such thing as shock value at Aura, anything goes and you're bound to have stories to tell New Years Day if you decide to party here.
They have the trendiest atmosphere, top notch DJ's and general admissions start at $50 dollars.
What better than to ring in the New Year by sipping on the bubbly over looking the Dallas skyline at Ghoastbar.
Ghostbar sits on the 19th floor of the W - Hotel, making it a convenient locale to crash if the champagne flowed just a little to much.
The $100 - dollar general admission fee might seem steep but if you want to party with the hottest yard-boy on TV, Jesse Metcalfe, it may be worth it. He'll be raking in the new years at the retro-chic-night-club.
If you're wanting an authentic New York feel, Plush nightclub Downtown, is creating the ultimate NYC 2010 party that will make you think you are in the "Big Apple."
Plush lives up to their name with their two stories of lavish chandeliors, decor, and lights.
Make sure you come dressed to impress, and if you're wanting exlusive V.I.P treatment tables go up $2500 - dollars for private bottle service.
Stoneleigh Hotel & Spa:
If you're out on the club scene and are wanting to celebrate in a more intimate setting the Stoneleigh Hotel in Uptown provides a luxurious alternative.
New Year's packages starting at, $189-dollars all the way to $515-dollars, will give you a premium room, bottle of champagne, and dinner for two.
Who says you have to wait for Valentine's Day to pamper you're loved one? Start off the New Year refreshed and rejuvenated at one of the most glamorous hotels in Dallas.
Now, there is no excuse for you to stay home on New Year's Eve, Dallas is the next best thing to NYC and you won't even have to book a plane ticket.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times