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República is pleased to offer eats, drinks, music, and a traditional Spanish toast to close out 2015. The latest Bread & Butter Concepts restaurant will host a New Year’s Eve Celebration on December 31, 2015 starting at 5pm. Festivities will include a 3- or 4-course early dinner seating, 4-course late dinner seating, and a dance party and celebration with one of Kansas City’s best DJs Sheppa.

The early dinner seating will take place between 5pm-7:30pm and offer a 3-course menu for $45 per person or a 4-course menu for $55 per person. The late dinner seating will take place between 8:30pm-10:30pm with a 4-course menu followed by music by DJ Sheppa from 10:30pm-1:20am, party favors and beverages – Champagne, wine, beer, sangria, and well liquor – all for $95 per person. For those who just want to dance into the New Year, República will offer beverages, party favors and music by DJ Sheppa after 10:30pm for $45 per person.

At midnight, guests at República will also have the opportunity to partake in Spain’s New Year’s Eve tradition of eating 12 grapes at midnight. Once the clock strikes midnight, guests will be challenged with eating one grape with each strike at midnight – one approximately every 3 seconds. This Spanish tradition is believed to bring a year of prosperity if successfully completed, with all 12 of the “miraculous grapes” symbolizing twelve lucky months ahead.

For dinner seating reservations, call 816-384-2500.

About DJ Sheppa Voted KC’s “Best DJ” of 2015 by 435 Kansas City’s Magazine as well as 6-time Pitch Music Awards winner, DJ / designer / producer, Sheppa, is one of the most well-known & sought after DJs in Kansas City. BODY2BODY, his monthly dance party, is one of the cities longest running events. His ability to recruit both local & national talent demonstrates his commitment to promoting artists & bringing them to venues in KC, which otherwise would be overlooked.