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Bring in the New Year at The Butler!

Bring in the New Year at The Butler Potts Point!

With stunning city views and an incredible Ibero-American banquet dinner, join us for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve celebration!

$150pp – 5 course tasting menu plus dessert with a glass of bubbles upon arrival and a mini espresso martini to finish. Add on a beverage package for $95pp

123 Victoria Street, Potts Point, NSW, 2011
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