Where/When: Various hotels, restaurants and bars in Georgetown are offering special menus and New Year's Eve specials.
Why Go: Georgetown Patch has rounded up 10 fantastic ways to ring in the new year in Georgetown. Go high brow by ordering dinner at the Ritz Carlton, or a little more laid back at L2 Lounge. There's something for everyone on this list.
Pricing: Events range in price from about $35 to over $100.
Where/When: Lululemon Athletica, 3265 M St NW, Washington, D.C. Sunday, noon.
Why Go: There's no better time to start your new year's resolutions than on Jan. 1. If you're set on shaping up this year, stop by Lululemon for some stylish sportswear and this free yoga class, to boot.
Pricing: Free to attend. Mats provided free-of-charge.
Where/When: The Melting Pot, 1110 N. Glebe Rd, Arlington.
Why Go: If you'd prefer to leave the late nights and bar hopping in 2011, set the tone for the new year with an intimate dinner at The Melting Pot in Ballston. This special holiday menu will feature "Lobster Fontina or Champagne Swiss Cheese Fondue, Wisconsin Wedge or California Salad, Cold Water Lobster Tail, Jumbo Shrimp, Herb Crusted Chicken Breast, Garlic Pepper Angus Sirloin, Teriyaki Sirloin and Wild Mushroom Sacchetti entrée and Crème Brûlée While Chocolate Fondue with a champagne toast."
Pricing: The menu is $68 per person.
Where/When: The Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW, Washington. Saturday, 8:30 p.m.
Why Go: According to The Kennedy Center's website, "Usher in the New Year with a dazzling classical concert featuring guest conductor Murry Sidlin, members of the National Symphony Orchestra, and guest guitarist Pepe Romero." And you'll have time to catch the ball drop.
Pricing: Tickets range in price from $50 to $95.
What are your plans on New Year's Eve? If you care to share, please do. Maybe we'll see you there.