Pig and Prince rings in 2015.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Pig and Prince restaurant, located in Lackawanna Plaza in Montclair. Pig and Prince is hosting a “Rockabilly” Sock-Hop next Wednesday, Dec. 31 at 8 p.m.
Participants are encouraged to wear “anything 50′s and anything fun,” according to the Pig and Prince website. Period-festive dress is highly recommended, as most attendees will dress to the nines! There will be live entertainment featuring Rhymin’ Bobby Diamond and the Rock Hards, games, cigar rollers, an ice bar, malted milkshakes, raffles and dancing.
There are many things on the menu for the night, including burger sliders, waffle fries, fried chicken, mini hot dogs and sausages, meatloaf sliders, caramel corn, mac and cheese bites, cherry and apple pie tarts, brownies, blondies and more. Additionally, there will be an open bar all night.
Tickets to the Rockabilly Sock-Hop are $150 per person, but also offered at a group rate of $125 per person in groups of six or more. Tickets are limited, so interested participants are encouraged to get their seats soon to join Pig and Prince for what will be the party of the year. This event will also be capped at 150 people.
For ticket reservations, call (973)-233-1006 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pig and Prince is a new American restaurant with something to offer people of all tastes. “We take inspiration from all different cuisines,” said owner Mike Carrino. “We cook with seasonal, sustainable foods and work with local farmers and breeders. Our goal is to have the freshest, best product [for our customers.]”
The Pig and Prince menu is large and has something for everyone to love. It varies from appetizers to full meals to smaller plates and even pizziettes. However, the menu item that Pig and Prince is most proud of involves their in-house curing program.
Kick off the new year right with one of the biggest parties in Montclair!