New Years Eve parties to rage in NYC and Miami despite Omicron spike

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These parties will go on — despite the rise of Omicron.

Film producer Noel Ashman, along with George Wayne, Angel Salazar, Renoly Santiago and Jeffrey Gurian will host a “private & free” New Year’s Eve soiree at Alphabet City seafood restaurant Lamia’s Fish Market with surprise guests, we hear.

“This is going to be a kick-ass event that will be most safe. We are doing half the potential capacity of the club with tables and chairs spaced six feet apart,” Ashman told Page Six.

Nightlife vet Steve Lewis, who returned to the scene earlier this year after having a brain tumor removed, and Peter Parker will provide tunes.

Ashman is encouraging people to “slide into his DMs” for an invite… “if u know me or are extremely fabulous,” he wrote via Instagram on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, Omar Hernandez is inviting the uptown set to “celebrate New Year’s Eve @ OhLALA!,” the new vaudeville-themed private supper club he opened at sceney Upper East Side haunt La Goulue in October. The bash kicks off at 9 p.m and promises “dancing and being merry.”

Downtown’s Brooklyn Chop House has sold out its party for 600 guests. “Let’s get NYC up and running again,” the executive managing director of the hip-hop favorite, Stratis Morfogen, said.

Other spots around town offering a good time on New Year’s Eve include Daintree Rooftop & Lounge, Amali, Fornino, Hidden Lane and American Brass.

Times Square megaclub, Nebula, will also open its doors on New Year’s Day for DJ Victor Calderone’s annual Evolve party that starts at 10 a.m., we’re told.

In Miami, Doja Cat is expected to perform with Alesso poolside at the Fontainebleau. Additionally, we hear that Rocco Ancarola and Francesco Belcaro — whose NYE Musica nightclub opening has been delayed until Jan. 16 in NYC — will throw a party at Miami’s Club 23, where Nic Fanciulli will spin instead.

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