27 Dec 2019

Ringing in 2020

Can you believe that another decade is almost behind us? If you’re one of the lucky ones who will be ringing in 2020 on Nantucket this year, there is no shortage of ways to celebrate. Restaurants are hosting dinners, the Nantucket Hotel has fun for the whole family. Check out our list of island happenings below so you can plan your night accordingly!



The Nantucket Hotel

In New York City the ball drops in Times Square. On Nantucket the anchor drops on Easton Street. Head down to the front of the Nantucket Hotel to watch as the anchor makes its descent to ring in 2020! Not up late enough or have young kids who want to celebrate the new year but can’t stay awake all the way to midnight? The anchor drops twice on Nantucket! Once at 5pm, complete with hot chocolate for the kiddos and once at midnight for all the other revelers.












20 Broad Street | December 31st, 5:30pm to midnight 

Head down to Broad Street to enjoy one last delicious dinner in 2019. Dune is offering a 3 course prix-fix menu for $75 per person. You will get a choice of appetizer, choice of entree and a set dessert. They are now taking reservations by phone only, 508.228.5550.


17 Broad Street @ The Greydon House Hotel | December 31st

Celebrate the start of 2020 in Nantucket’s coziest downtown bar. Offering 4 courses with a champagne toast and wine pairings, as well as other “surprises” this night is not to be missed. There will be 2 seatings, and they are now taking reservations. So be sure to call now so you don’t miss out!



The Nantucket Hotel

The Nantucket Hotel knows how to do New Years Eve. Now in its 8th year, the New Years Eve Gala at the Nantucket Hotel is one of the top events of the winter. This year’s theme is Under the Sea. So get your outfits ready for a night of dinner, drinks and dancing. Already have dinner plans? No worries, just come for the dancing portion of the evening. Tickets to both events are available here. Bring the kids along with you! There will be a Kids’ New Years Eve party as well, complete with pizza, games, s’mores, rides on the antique fire truck and a movie!

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