New Year's Eve 2019 at Ranalli's

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Monday, December 31

9:00pm - 2:00am

RANALLI'S

1925 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
MonDec | 31
New Year's Eve 2019 at Ranalli's
RANALLI'S
    • General Admission

      $50.00
      +$3.24

      General Admission

      Item Amount
      General Admission $50.00
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $3.24
      Total $53.24
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      General Admission

      $50 package includes entry into venue, call drinks and pizza from 9 PM to 2 AM with a champagne toast at midnight.

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Celebrate New Year's Eve with us at Ranalli's!

Enjoy a $50 call drink and pizza package from 9 PM to close with a champagne toast at midnight! 
  • RANALLI'S

    1925 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614

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Ranalli's, the longstanding neighborhood pizza joint in Lincoln Park, has catered to locals, sports fans, families, pizza devotees, students, sports players from nearby parks and beach-goers for more than 45 years. The expansive, outdoor and dog-friendly sidewalk cafe offers seating for 175, catering to diners looking for a place to socialize during the summer months, just steps from Lake Michigan and Lincoln Park. With 27 TV's throughout the fluid indoor and outdoor spaces, Ranalli's is the perfect setting for the ultimate game-day experience, proudly supporting the Wisconsin Badgers, Green Bay Packers, University of Denver Pioneers and Chicago Blackhawks. Guests can enjoy sporting events or group gatherings at the King's Tap table, which features two beer taps, four large TV's, and is adorned by a quirky mural, created by local artist and image maker, Anthony Lewellen.

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