Every year, on the night from January 13 to January 14, Russians celebrate the so-called Old New Year – a feast that seems to be totally incomprehensible for many people. Looks like no one is capable to explain in fact – what is the difference between this feast and the traditional New Year, as we know it? Naturally, it would seem a date discrepancy. And still, we tend to treat the old-style New Year as an independent holiday helping us to prolong the joy and pleasure of the winter holidays. And maybe to feel them for the first time over, – since the situations vary, – because that day is far quieter than January 1, which is drowned in hustle and bustle. For many believers, the old-style New Year has a very special meaning, since they can only indulge in real celebration after the end of the Advent fast.
“So Starym Novym Godom!”—Happy Old New Year is the way to congratulate your Russians friends and colleagues on this, a bit strange, but still fun holiday!
Dinner seating starts at: 5:00pm
Music: 10:00-12:00am midnight
Event Price: $ 85.00 + tax and gratuity = $112.20 per person (please call with your credit card number, all charges are final at the time of reservation)
Includes - Music by Rustam Shtar, $40 food/beverage credit, party favors, champagne toast