What are you doing New Year’s Eve? That’s a question on everyone’s mind this time of year.

You could stay in and go to bed early, but what fun is that?

You could stay home and have a gay old time with your guy while enjoying cocktails, treats, and Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin.

You could go to your choice of numerous house parties. You could hit the clubs. You could even go to a Widespread Panic or Atlanta Symphony concert.

Here are a few more Best Bet options to consider if you’re looking for something different to do to help you get your Auld Lang Syne on.

Happy New Year!

First Annual Peachtree Gala

Joonbug.com presents this lavish event at the magnificent 200 Peachtree historic building. Ultra-glamorous, ultra-chic, and semi-formal/black tie optional.

With a 6-hour open bar, the party also includes live DJ performances, exclusive VIP areas, a gourmet food buffet, party favors, and a midnight champagne toast, naturally. Other live entertainment includes feather greeters, a contortionist, burlesque performers, and stilt walkers!

Revel in opulence at this exclusive, memorable party. Tickets start at $89. For more details and to reserve your tickets, go to www.newyears.com and click on Atlanta.

Bar Margot at Four Seasons

The party starts at 9:00 p.m. at the very classy, quaint Bar Margot located inside Four Seasons Midtown.

For $85 per person you can dance the night away with endless champagne, live music, and complimentary desserts all night.

Four Seasons is located in Midtown at 75 Fourteenth Street NE. For more details, call (404) 881-9898.

Decay Decadence

WUSSY Magazine and THNKU present “a bittersweet New Year’s Eve of splendor, desire, joy, and rage, culminating in pop-up performances, installations, a dance party, and more.”

Hosted by Kryean Kally and Brigitte Bidet, this 21+ party starts at 10:00 p.m. and goes until 1:00 a.m. Music by Robert Ansley and King Atlas. Admission is $10.

Head over to the “Big House” on Ponce, 368 Ponce, an arts center, venue, and cultural hub at an historic mansion in Midtown. 368 Ponce are “lovers of the eccentric, unusual, and extraordinary.”