New Year’s in a restaurant in Bulgaria. What restaurants offer to their guests on New Year's Eve. Menu and prices
Celebrating New Year 2020 in a restaurant is a great option for vivid experiences and unforgettable emotions. Such an amazing night will long remain in the memory of everyone involved. Bulgarian restaurants, bars and clubs working on New Year's Eve try to surprise guests with their menu and entertainment program. Winter holiday celebrations in restaurants begin with traditional corporate events, then continue with family gatherings on Christmas (December 24-25) and end with triumphal banquets on New Year's Eve. However, in manyBulgarian winter resorts, restaurants often celebrate “Russian Christmas” (January 6-7) as well as “The Old New Year” (by Julian Calendar).
How New Year’s Eve is celebrated Bulgarian restaurants
Typically, as parts of their New Year program, Bulgarian restaurants:
- give guests gifts, arrange festive lotteries or give aways, so that you feel the atmosphere of a heartwarming family gathering even among strangers;
- invite party hosts, DJs, photographers. They hold photo shoots, fun games and contests. In any place you can expect lots of fun and dancing til the morning;
- arrange special "children's" New Year's entertainments for guests with kids . Today, most Bulgarian restaurants are able to organize a family program for the New Year’s with the most comfortable conditions for all ages;
- hold performances of popular and beginner singers, music bands, orchestras for live music lovers.
And don’t think that celebrating New Year’s in a restaurant with such an entertainment program is very expensive. Especially for you, we have prepared a selection of New Year's offers 2020 from restaurants in the main cities of the country:
New Year offers of restaurants in Sofia
New Year offers of restaurants in Plovdiv
New Year offers of restaurants in Varna
New Year's offers of Burgas restaurants
New Year offers of restaurants in Bansko
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