Partygoers ready to celebrate with lots of options for fun in the Garden State

It's time to ring in 2014 and with that comes the popular question, "What are your plans for New Year's Eve?"

Options for partygoers in New Jersey include, dancing, shows and dining out.

Options for partygoers in New Jersey include, dancing, shows and dining out. (12/27/13)

NEW BRUNSWICK - It's time to ring in 2014 and with that comes the popular question, "What are your plans for New Year's Eve?"

Across the Garden State, there is plenty to do. There's a full night of entertainment around the Morristown Green with First Night Morris County holding 83 performances at 24 sites. Tickets are $25 a head, or you can buy a pack of four tickets for $90. Organizers expect about 5,000 people.

Over in New Brunswick, there are plenty of shows and parties as well as the fifth Annual New Year's Eve event. Restaurants, hotels and theaters have joined together for the event. One restaurant is even offering patrons fine food before the fireworks.

A DJ will play music before the fireworks at the New Brunswick event beginning at 11:30 p.m. 

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