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New Year’s Eve parties to ring in 2014 in Washington DC

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New Year’s Eve parties are a huge hit in the nation’s capital, and for those still looking for last minute tickets to stylish and fun New Year’s parties, EuroNet International and Zengo still have tickets up for grabs.

EuroNet International is going all out this New Year’s Eve with the 12th Annual James James Bond 007 Thunderball party at the Washington Plaza Hotel located at 10 Thomas Circle in Northwest D.C. In what the event touts as a “Shaken & Stirred 007 Fun and Excitement for Bond Girls/Secret Agents,” attendees will enjoy a sexy-themed black tie party.

Multiple ballrooms abound with various 007 movie themes for the New Year’s Eve parties, including the USA “Diamonds are Forever” ballroom featuring a New Orleans buffet and live band. Think swing, jazz and the good ole oldies.

Those in a Meditteranean state ofyear-end mind can venture into the ISTANBUL “From Russia with Love” ballroom featuring a Mediterranean buffet, and DJ Big Meech spinning Middle Eastern hits & R&B jams.

A cold theme awaits others in the ICELAND “Die Another Day” room, featuring a cold Icelandic buffet , and DJ A-Rock spinning Pop, Rock ‘n Roll, 70's, 80's, 90's and pop hits.

Tickets prices start at $129.99 for general tickets, but VIPs can spring for the $199 tickets, which include a three course gourmet dinner and open bar.

Zengo wants those celebrating New Year’s Eve parties in D.C. to forget the freezing temperatures outside. The restaurant located at 781 7th Street in Northwest D.C. is hosting a Destination Rio-themed New Year’s Eve celebration.

Describing its New Year’s Eve party as a party with a Brazilian Carnival twist, Zengo will feature complementary masquerade masks and feathers, and Brazilian Carnival décor. The Latin lounge will also showcase an open bar with its fusion-inspired hors d’oeuvres from 9 p.m. to 10 p. m. Enjoy Top 40, Latin hits and hip hop tunes spun by DJ Mark Z with complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Revelers can even watch the New York Times ball drop at midnight on one of the establishment’s screens. Scoop up individual tickets for $30 or score table tickets starting around $500 for six people.

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