Last-minute rush in the Philladelphia area to get everything together for New Years’ Eve

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — With just a little more than one day left in 2022, people wrapped up their New Year’s Eve plans on Friday.

“Right now we’re trying a piece of delicious cheese that’s one of our favorites, so we’re getting it for the New Year’s Eve wine tasting,” Center City’s Alison Fox said.

For those staying home for New Year’s Eve, DiBruno Brothers offers a wide range of food to choose from.

“Cheese, our gourmet crackers, we have charcuterie. The caviar is a big hit, people have been buying it all week,” said Susan Williams, store manager at DiBruno Brothers.

Many shoppers said they’ve been in vacation mode all week.

“Everything’s last minute, I’ve been in the fog since last Friday,” said South Philadelphia’s Jamie Curro.

But they remember to get the important items.

“I’m here to get a birthday cake for my sister and her mother. New Year babies!” said Curro.

If you want to go out, the Positano Coast still has room for guests to dine on Saturdays.

They are also planning a DJ and a midnight toast!

General Manager Shawn Leahey said he’s looking forward to the return of traditional New Year’s Eve celebrations since COVID.

“We’re hoping to get back to normal this year, with the bar filling up, the front porch full, and we having really great energy until about 1 a.m.,” Leahey said.

For those looking to plan a stay, a local hotel like the Palomar could be your place. They still have rooms available and will be toasting with the chef at their restaurant downstairs at midnight.

“We have a lot of people coming in, staying in town, leaving the kids at home and just enjoying the weekend, so that was really fun to see,” said Isis Toledo, assistant front office manager.

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