Choosing a good restaurant that’s open for New Year’s evein New York City can be a difficult task. Everyone wants to go out, almost all businesses look to create special menus and the decision of choosing what you’re going to eat for the last meal of the year can be a little overwhelming.
With all this in mind we’ve decided to bring a great selection of some of the best restaurants serving up some delicious celebrations for New Year’s eve.
The Nomad Bar
This is the bar of the Nomad Hotel and is owned and operated byDaniel Humm and Will Guidara. They’re offering up a four course prix-fixe menu with serving starting as early as 5pm and running till 11pm. There are still a number of spots available on Resy and we really can’t imagine a warmer place to celebrate New Year in true New York style.
Nishi is the still the relatively fresh faced baby of the Momofuku empire but the restaurant, which recently reopened as a full on Italian spot, kicks out some delicious food and is offering a special New Years eve menu. For $98 a person and parties up to six people accepted, Nishi is serving four course chef’s tasting menu with some Italian classic such as tortellini with brodo - which has been NYC NY pimped with foie gras.
Although Café Altro Paradiso is a relative newcomer on the New York dining scene, the restaurant has quickly become of the must eat places for those in the know. They’re offering up a five course New Years eve menu that includes “tarta di manzo, tagliatelle tartufo, and lamb with salsa rustica”. A perfect place to welcome in 2018.
The Chefs Club will be teaming up with Food and Wine for New Year’s eve with two menus that will cater for all needs. The menus will be prepared by the clubs chef in residence JJ Johnson who will be cooking up what’s described as an “Afro-Asian feast”. There will be two options, three courses fro $99 and the option to eat everything on the menu for $555. Those who take the later seating, between 8:45pm – 11:15, will also receive a Champagne toast, live DJ and party favors.
We like this place because there’s a number of options available. The Bar Room at The Modern restaurant will be serving up a special three course menu for New Year eve and the menu looks great with some seriously delicious sounding dishes. For those who want to really get down to some series dining, The Modern restaurant will be offering two options: five course during early seating at $228 and eight course during the late sitting for $328. Of course, this is a Danny Meyer restaurant, so all those pieces include tips.
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