- Andrew MacGregor
The year may soon be 2014, but on Wall Street in Kingston, New Year's Eve will look a bit more like 1914. With street performers, vaudevillian-styled acts, and a swing band roaming the town, Kingston will become the cat's pajamas and transform into the quintessence of cabaret. Twentieth-century dishes and cocktails will be featured on menus throughout the town as locations like Duo Bistro and Sissy's Café will be hosting late-night breakfast after midnight. Boiston's back deck will transform into an afterhours smoking lounge and cocktail bar. At the neospeakeasy Stockade Tavern, revelers can foxtrot and shimmy to a Klezmer band. The traditional countdown to the new year will include a ball drop on the corner of Wall and North Front Streets. BSP Lounge will be open for an after-midnight dance party.