New Years Day falls on a Friday this year, which only means one thing: 3 nights of partying. You can sleep the long weekend off when you get back to work on Monday, but NYE on a Thursday night is the perfect party-storm, so don’t blow it.
Right around the first couple of weeks of December, you get to thinking: Fuck. Winter.
Friendsgiving may be over, but after the turkey comes Secret Santa! An awesome way to show your love (without spending hundreds of dollars on all your friends), is a group holiday exchange! Here are some easy, affordable gift ideas:
Tablelist credit. What is it? How do you get it? When can you use it? We cover all that and more in this post.
Figuring out where to go for New Years in NYC can be intimidating, so we did you the favor of rounding up our top choices for events. You’ll want to plan early, because it’s one of those holidays that you DEFINITELY don’t want to end up with nothing to do.
New Years Eve is one of those nights that you DEFINITELY don’t want to get stuck without plans, and the venues around Boston will fill up quick. We figured we’d help you with the New Years Eve planning a bit by rounding up our picks for events around town.
Here are the top DJs spinning this New Years Eve in Boston. Want to be there? You’ve come to the right place!
One of the most common questions we get is “what’s the dress code?” While they do vary from venue to venue (or are event-specific), there are a few basic guidelines that everyone can follow to usually stay within the rules. Today, we’ll run through a few easy references for the common dress codes (some are just good life tips in general).
One question we get a lot is about the specifics of payment through Tablelist. Since we have some room in the blog, we figured we’d really get down to the boring details!
Whether you are new to Tablelist, or just interested in how to get the most out of our service, this quick guide to the Tablelist concierge experience should hopefully answer your questions.