If you are looking for something to do this New Year's Eve in Buffalo, You can choose from dinner early and then home, or ring in the new year with live music and dancing. Aaron Palmer has more.
If you're interested in music and dancing the night away, the Cowboy Saloon will have Justin Beasley and the After the Rodeo Band performing.
Cowboy Saloon owner Darlene Deaver says to come have some fun.
Deaver also said the saloon will be offering rides home to those that need one, just ask. And the Century Club will feature a DJ to spin your favorite music for the New Year's celebration.
If in the mood for dinner, The Occidental might be for you. The Virginian Restaurant will be serving dinner specials just for New Year's Eve, then stick around for the Bitter Creek Band playing live at 7pm both Friday and Saturday Nights. The Busy Bee will be open New Year's Day for breakfast and the Virginian will be serving that night.
The 49'ers Dance Club will offer dinner and dancing at the American Legion at 18 Veterans Avenue. Social Hour starts at 6:30, dinner follows at 7, and the music will follow after dinner. The cost is $10 per couple.
The Buffalo Moose Lodge will have a New year's celebration with a prime rib dinner with all the fixins starting at 6 pm. Music featuring 50's, 60's and 70's country and western swing with Hubb Whitt and the Sagebrush Swing will start at 8:30. Featured with the band will be local favorite Charlie Firnekas. There is no cover charge but you must be 21 or older.
Also keep in mind that Buffalo's Cowboy Taxi Service will be available all night until the bars close at 2 am, so don't drink and drive. Be safe. Remember their number: 217-2099.
From the Johnson County News Desk, I'm Aaron Palmer with sheridanmedia.com news.