Bull and Bones hosts early New Years Eve celebration in Christiansburg
Bull and Bones Brewhaus and Grill is offering up an earlier celebration at their Christiansburg location for those “old farts” that like to be bed in a bit earlier; a 9 p.m. ball drop and champagne toast.
“We did the event last year but did not really advertise, but this year we are making a more active push for it,” General Manager of the Christiansburg Bull and Bones, Robbie Hockett said.
The Christiansburg Bull and Bones is in its second year of business and hopes to see a great turnout for the new year’s event.
John Coeburn, owner of Bull and Bones, was traveling on vacation where he saw another business offering an earlier countdown to new year’s option and thought the concept would be a great idea.
Although reservations are not required, they are encouraged. Hockett suggests getting to the restaurant no later than 7 p.m. to get a seat in the dining room.
“We expect to have room for everyone in the dining room, but the bar seating will fill up quickly at the Christiansburg location,” Hockett said. “We will have the specials as well as the full regular menu.”
Some of the many food options include lobster bisque, seasoned grouper, and smoked prime rib.
The dining room usually closes at 9 p.m. on Sundays, but the bar will be open to those who want to hang around. Jukebox music, dancing, and ball games will be going on during the evening. Children are welcome to join the complimentary toast and will be provided with a non-alcoholic option of grape juice.
The Christiansburg Bull and Bones is located at 420 Peppers Ferry Rd., near the New River Valley Mall.
The Blacksburg Bull and Bones will be open for the regular midnight new year’s celebration, offering the same menu specials and regular menu options as the Christiansburg location. Big screens will broadcast the ball drop while partygoers enjoy a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.