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New Year’s Eve Parties in New York City 2023-2024
November 30, 2023, 12:39.13 pm ET


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9 Jones (9 Jones Street): Step into the sophisticated world of 9 Jones, a British-inspired semi-private club that blends New York City edge with refined elegance. The restaurant's New Year's Eve celebration promises an unforgettable night as the room transforms into a champagne and caviar lounge, featuring an interactive bespoke cocktail cart and a sexy atmosphere enhanced by silent black and white movies projected onto the ceiling and the celebratory ball drop at midnight. The caviar-centric prix fixe menu paired with overflowing bubbly cocktails and champagne ensures a night of indulgence and delight. Entry with menu and party for $200 per person. Reservations via Resy

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve with a Lobby dance party at Ace Hotel Brooklyn, with Vinyl Nights, DJ Misbehaviour, and Raw Q. Inspired by the Legendary Mobile Mondays!, sip cocktails and dance into the new year with disco, funk, soul, boogie, and more, all on vinyl. Plus, begin the night at As You Are, which will be decorated with balloons, streamers, poppers, and more, and will be offering their usual a la carte menu alongside dazzling specials, designed to be shared for two or more, including Seafood Platters, Ribeye with horseradish and potato cakes, Lobster Thermidor, and Baked Alaska.

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Alligator Pear's New Year's Eve Celebration: Alligator Pear helmed by Chef Dominick Lee (150 West 30th Street), celebrates its first New Year’s bash with a premium open bar showcasing an exquisite curated selection of cocktails (alcoholic/non-alcoholic), wines, fine beers and spirits. Guests are invited to attend in their finest attire, while enjoying live DJ performances and also partake in a glittering champagne toast at the stroke of midnight. $136 per person; December 31st, from 9:00 pm until 1:00 am. Reservations/tickets recommended at Eventbrite.

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Baar Baar will be serving an early New Year’s Eve $65++ per person 3-course set menu from 5-7:30PM. From 9:30PM to 1:30AM, Baar Baar will transition to a $160++ per person ticketed dinner and NYE party with a DJ, passed bites, a lavish dinner buffet, premium open bar, NYE party favors, and a midnight champagne toast with the ball drop. Tickets via Resy.

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Bad Roman (10 Columbus Circle, NYC) will be open for regular service on New Year’s Eve and on New Year’s Day. Bad Roman is the playful Italian restaurant from Quality Branded (Don Angie, Zou Zou’s, Quality Bistro, and others) with a contemporary and whimsical Italian menu that draws inspiration from Italian cooking around the world—from the Italian countryside to Little Italy in New York. Menu highlights include Roasted Garlic Babka, Whole Roasted Lobster and Calabrian Campanelle for two, Filetto topped with Cacio e Pepe Raviolo. Bad Roman’s inventive cocktails include: Peperoncini Martini, Strawberry Sbagliato, Tequila Granita, and Reverse Affogato. Reservations via Opentable

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For New Year’s Eve, Bar Miller (620 E 6th St, NYC) will open with two seatings at 6pm and 8:30pm with their regular 15 to 18 course omakase menu, which changes based on market availability and seasonality. Expect courses including Pickled Mussels in Green Sauce, The Bar Miller Salad, a rotating combination of local produce, dressings, and seasonings, a variety of Nigiri including fatty tuna, Spanish Mackerel, and uni, XO & Uni Handroll, Miso Soup, and dessert like Corn Ice Cream with caviar and maple syrup. Price: $250/person with an optional wine and sake pairing for an additional $125/person



BLACKBARN (19 East 26th Street) – The farm-to-table, American restaurant from Award-Winning Chef/Owner John Doherty and Executive Chef Brian Fowler are teaming up to curate a special a la carte menu or four-course pre-fixe for New Year’s Eve dinner. The a la carte menu features the venue’s favorite dishes from its fall/winter menu including Market Carrots & Kale Salad, Olive Oil Braised Octopus, Hudson Valley Foie Gras Terrine with poached pear gelée, its crowd favorite Butternut Squash Ravioli, Herb Crusted Black Cod to name a few. The Pre-fixe priced at $110/per adult with an optional $145/pp wine pairing, the meal starts with either Wild Mushroom Toast (robiola, taleggio, parmesan, watercress) or House Smoked Salmon Rillettes (grape relish, moscatel vinegar, olive oil, watercress coulis, pickled mustard seeds) followed by either its Market Gem Lettuce & Burratina or Pork Cheek Blanquette. For the main courses, the options are either Paupiettes of Dover Sole, Pike Mousseline in a beurre blanc sauce or Filet Mignon & Maine Lobster with head on prawn and truffle mac and cheese before either Eggnog Cheesecake with a gingersnap crust or made to order Warm Apple Cider Donuts. Reservations available via OpenTable

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Bohemien Bar, the trendy cocktail bar and listening room in Brooklyn Heights, stands out as a party destination with its state-of-the-art, one-of-a-kind sound system, meticulous craft cocktails, and gourmet bar bites. As we turn the page into 2024, Bohemien Bar’s New Year's Eve festivities will include a live DJ performance for guests to dance the night away until closing, at 4 a.m. There is also an a la carte small bites menu available. Bohemian Bar open from 4 p.m. – 4 a.m.

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This beloved, vibrant Spanish tapas spot will ring in 2024 with a generous prix fixe tapas feast and unlimited drinks for a festive night. During each seating, they will also be observing the traditional Spanish ritual of "las doce uvas de la suerte," (the twelve grapes of luck). As the clock chimes 12 times, guests will eat one grape each time the bell tolls, making a wish for each grape. The 12 grapes/bell tolls represent the 12 months of the year. The tradition dates back to 1895 and is meant to bring good luck and prosperity in the year to come. Locations in SoHo, Flatiron, Upper East Side, West 40th Street. Price: 1st seating: 5:15pm – 7:15pm, $95 pp (celebration of the new year in Spain at 6pm); 2nd seating: 7:30pm – 9:30pm, $95pp; 3rd seating: 9:45pm – 12:45am, $135pp.

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Ring in the New Year with an unforgettable New Year's Eve bash at Brooklyn Chop House Times Square in New York. This premium party destination is pulling out all the stops to deliver an electrifying celebration on the year's biggest night. Surrounded by great company, vibrant music, and free-flowing drinks from the 5-hour open bar, you'll be in the perfect place to pop bottles and party like a VIP. The energy will be off the charts with a live DJ spinning hip hop, Top 40, and the hottest hits all night. The dance floor will be pumping as this year winds down and the New Year begins. As the clock ticks down to Midnight, the DJ revs up the crowd to join in the ultimate countdown to the New Year. Partygoers will cheer the New Year by raising a glass of complimentary champagne to toast new beginnings. Partygoers who want to upscale their experience can take advantage of Brooklyn Chop House Times Square's exclusive VIP packages with bottle service, reserved seating, and more. Doors Open 8am to 1am. 21+

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This New Year’s Eve, lovers of Mexican cuisine can enjoy refined Mexican fare at Casa Bond, a hot, new dining destination on the Bowery. Casa Bond will have a DJ, party favors, and a Champagne toast at midnight on New Year’s Eve. Casa Bond will offer a regular a-la-carte menu from 5 pm to 8 pm, and a 5-course prix fixe menu ($150), with seatings at 8 pm and 10 pm.

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Caviar Russe (538 Madison Ave) – Recently awarded its 10th Michelin star in a row, this eatery is offering a decadent New Year’s Eve to remember, with various tiers depending on how you’re seeking to indulge. For an early seating in its dining room, Executive Chef Edward Panchernikov will prepare a special pre-fixe menu of Seared Foie Gras, its signature Golden Egg with caviar and parmesan foam, Dover Sole in a caviar beurre blanc sauce and a Canelle with caviar for $600/pp that also includes 25g of its signature Gold Ostera caviar and a glass of Dom Perignon. Its second seating at 8:00 PM includes all of the above dishes plus a White Truffle Tagliatelle to ring in the New Year for either $1,000/person or $3,000 for booth seating. For those seeking a more festive, lively atmosphere guests may reserve spots in its ground floor bar and lounge area where its $650/pp ticket gets you 25g of its Select Osetra, its Grand Seafood Tower, signature Golden Egg and its Baked Alaska dessert with Caviar pair with the modern jazz stylings of Richie Nuzz and his band, LIVE in the Lounge throughout the evening. Reservations available via RESY

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Chez Ma Tante will be open on New Years’ Day (1/1) for a special brunch from 10am-3pm, which includes select dishes that have gained a cult following over the years, like Pigs Head Terrine, Chicken Liver Pâté, and their signature Pancakes. Named after the French euphemism, Chez Ma Tante (referring to your leisurely time that is unaccounted for) serves unfussy food in an understated dining room meant to evoke the easy feel of being a part of a friend’s dinner party. Chez Ma Tante’s menus – an homage to the famed gastro-pubs of London – bring totally new and re-imagined dishes, with chef-partners Aidan O’Neal and Jake Leiber pulling in further inspiration from their favorite dining experiences over the years in London, Paris and New York. Reservations via Resy

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New Year’s Eve at The Dead Rabbit, Financial District: The world’s most awarded pub’s Jingle Jangle culminates in its final New Year’s Eve celebration: a ticketed event that simplifies the hectic night with the dancing and drinks necessary for celebration. From 9pm-1am, the all-inclusive $250 ticket (tax and gratuity included) features four hours of Jingle Jangle cocktails, beers, wines, spirits and unlimited bar snacks. With a DJ all night and a midnight champagne toast, patrons can sit back and relax – until the bar opens the next day for all recovery requirements.

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Delmonico’s New Year’s Eve celebration will have three separate dinner seatings: The first a la carte seating may be booked between 5PM and 7PM. The second a la carte seating may be booked between 7PM and 9PM. A final seating, starting at 9:00pm, will be for guests looking to join us through the New Year and will feature a $195 prefix menu per person.

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Known for being the go-to neighborhood bar within the heart of the West Village, Due West offers a New Year’s celebration that embraces the excitement of the new year without all of the fuss. Casual and lively, perfect for New Yorkers wanting to have fun outside of the midtown mob, the night includes surprise and delight moments, including passed caviar-topped oysters. Guests are invited to dance to fun music, enjoy craft drinks and partake in a champagne toasts at midnight. With limited-time food menu items and an all around intimate environment, Due West is the place to ring in 2024 with loved ones and the West Village community.

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Electric Lemon (33 Hudson Yards) with stunning views of the Hudson River is offering a celebratory six-course tasting menu for $275/person, starting at 8:30pm through midnight. Amenities include a live DJ, festive decor and a complimentary Champagne toast at midnight. NYE Pre-Fixe Menu includes: Amuse: Endive with Marcona, black truffle, aged sherry (and) Uni with brioche, citrus and tobiko. First Course: Bream Crudo with apple, ginger, and sea lettuce. Second Course: Capricci with sea salt butter and white truffle. Third Course: Lobster with caviar, crème fraîche and fine herbs. Forth Course: Filet Mignon with tardivo and aged balsamic. Dessert: Chocolate devil’s food cake with brown butter and coffee. Reservations for NYE seatings are available on Resy.

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Ring in the new year at Williamsburg's hottest rooftop restaurant and bar - elNico! The colorful space has transformed into a festive wonderland with its Holiday Spectacular pop-up creating the perfect backdrop for a celebratory evening filled with delicious cocktails and live DJ entertainment mixing up the hottest Latin tunes. Tickets ($125) to the event include open bar, passed canapes and access to one of the best parties in town. Follow along @elnicony to purchase tickets when they drop!

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Emmett's on Grove (39 Grove Street): For those seeking a relaxed yet vibrant New Year’s Eve and the ideal spot to gather with friends and family, Emmett’s on Grove is the perfect place. The memorable evening will leave out the obligation of a fixed menu and will offer Midwest charm and elevated Italian-American and Chicago classics with many shareable options, including two-day fermented House Focaccia, Pappardelle Bolognese, Chicken Parmesan, and even a TD Tower for sharing with pigs in-a-blanket, chicken park and meatball sliders, crispy and unfried olive. Sharable Tavern-style pizzas with ‘party cuts’ will be the ideal environment for the evening. The relaxed, convivial atmosphere and delectable menu make Emmett's on Grove an ideal spot to gather with friends and family for a memorable New Year's Eve feast. Reservations via Resy

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Epistrophy (200 Mott Street, NYC), the NoLita Italian restaurant that’s been a staple of the neighborhood for the past 18 years, will be offering their regular menu in addition to a few traditional Sardinian specialties. Epistrophy is a local Italian cafe and restaurant in NoLita. A perfect local community gathering place for anything from breakfast to dinner, Epistrophy’s menu is filled with traditional Sardinian dishes and Americanized spins utilizing housemade pastas and locally sourced produce. The homey atmosphere perfectly complements the food and Italian wine and cocktail program, and live jazz fills the space on Sundays. Reservations via Resy.

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Estuary (159 Bridge Park Drive) – The Brooklyn Bridge Park eatery plans to host both New Year’s Eve brunch buffet and a special New Year’s Eve dinner. Prepared by its newly appointed Executive Chef Sebastein Chaoui, the menus will highlight his refined version of French bistro classics, which he calls “bistro-nomie.” For New Year’s, the restaurant will offer a special four course prix fixe that will be paired with a live band playing 3 sets throughout the night starting at 8:00 PM. The prix fixe starts with a chef’s selection of amuse bouche followed by an appetizer course of either Seared Foie Gras, Warm White Jumbo Shrimp Asparagus or Grilled Prawn. Main courses are either a Beef Wellington with pomme fondante in a bone marrow emulsion, Miso Pappardelle or Seared Sea Scallops in a vanilla beet emulsion with a Petit Four to close out the dinner menu. Estuary has three tiers of ticket pricing: Silver ($125) that includes Pre-fixe dinner with a midnight toast, coffee/tea bar after midnight, Gold ($175) that includes pre-fixe dinner with a midnight toast, an open bar for beer, wine, and 2 specialty cocktails from 8 pm - 12 am, coffee/tea bar after midnight or its Platinum ($225) that includes pre-fixe dinner with a midnight toast, premium open bar (gold options with well, standard, and premium liquor options from 8 pm - 12 am), coffee/tea bar after midnight.

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Ring in the New Year at Williamsburg restaurant Fandi Mata with entertainment provided by Hybrid Movement Company – the visionaries behind House of Yes and Paradise Club, to create a theatrical dining experience. Celebrating blessings for 2024, ‘Oracle’ is an alluring spectacle where party-goers will imbibe and watch through live vocals, circus acts, burlesque, and hypnotic aerials as the Oracle reveals a prophecy that must be realized before midnight to bring good fortune into the new year. Tickets begin at $220 and include a festive pre-fixe menu alongside the acts, including special menu items such as an oyster trio starter, seared truffle gnocchi with lobster, duck breast, and sticky toffy pudding, along with a vegetarian pre-fixe menu option. General admission tickets are available beginning at $50 with a complimentary cocktail or sip in the new year in style with a three-hour open bar starting at $150. To celebrate 2024, the night will include a full-minute animated countdown with confetti guns and aerial activations you won’t want to miss. Tickets are to be sold via Eventbrite and Resy, with festivities beginning at 9:30 and ending at 2:00 AM.

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Raise a glass to a spectacular New Year’s Eve at the Lower East Side’s newest premier dining destination, Fossetta. Join this intimate restaurant and wine bar for an evening of culinary delights and fine wines as the city bids farewell to 2023. Led by industry veterans Julie Park, Joshua Even and Charlene Santiago, Fossetta serves Italian cuisine influenced by the flavors of the Mediterranean, matched with a thoughtful wine program embracing natural, biodynamic and small-scale producers.

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Gab’s (76 Carmine Street) – This beloved West Village spot known for its focus on Micro seasons plans to celebrations catering to those seeking a feast, and those seeking to ring in with a few drinks with friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Executive Chef Nate Ashton is preparing a special 4 course prix fixe menu for $100/pp with an optional $50/pp wine pairing, with both vegetarian and omnivore options available, with seatings starting at 7:30 PM. For those seeking a festive yet casual atmosphere to celebrate while out with friends, Gab’s plans to throw a late night New Year’s Eve party starting at 10:00 PM featuring an hour of open bar and passed appetisers for $100 a head, and will stay open late with a cash bar from 11:00 PM – 1:00 AM. Reservations on Resy

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On New Year’s Eve, Grimm Artisanal Ales, the award winning brewery, will ring in the new year with a festive party from 9PM to 1AM with a night filled with a 4 hour open bar featuring a selection of Grimm beers and Physica wines, charcuterie & cheese boards provided by Lala’s Brooklyn Apizza, music, dancing, a raffle, a midnight bubbly toast, selfie station and a special midnight beer release. A ticket includes access to the open bar, charcuterie and cheese boards and one raffle ticket. Price: $125

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Huda will be open on New Years Eve (12/31) from 5pm-12am for a special pre-fixe dinner, which includes dishes such as Mansef, Blistered Grapes, Winter Chicories, Choux Farci, Milk & Honey, and a glass of champagne. Inspired by owner Gehad Hadidi’s Syrian-American heritage, and his grandmother’s home cooking, the menu incorporates influences from Syria, Lebanon, and beyond. The bar offers classic cocktails infused with flavors and ingredients from the Levantine region, in addition to a selection of Arak, the distilled, anise-based spirit. The kitchen is helmed by Executive Chef Anjuman Hossain, who has spent years working in kitchens like Le Crocodile, Death & Co., and Del Posto Price: $150 per person. Reservations via Resy.

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This New Year's Eve, Ketchy Shuby (406 Broome St, NYC) the new neighborhood restaurant in Soho from South African restaurateur Jamie Mullholland (also a co-founder of Surf Lodge in Montauk, NY), will be offering two different celebratory experiences, both perfect to ring in the new year. The restaurant will be offering a 4 course pre-fixe dining option with a Champagne toast at midnight for $150 per person. Menu highlights include: Deviled Eggs with caviar and créme fraiche, Oyster Truffle Chowder, Fiocchi with pear and perigord black truffles, Braised Prime Short Rib with au-poivre sauce, and Dover Sole with smoked sea salt and brown butter. The downstairs lounge will be offering an open bar from 10PM-12PM for $200 (includes bubbly midnight toast, beer, wine, and well drinks). Reservations via Resy

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Kintsugi Omakase, an understated, fashionable sushi atelier, will be offering two tiers of omakase; the Soho Experience, 17-course for $155, and the Kintsugi Experience, 20-course menu for $195. A Winter Beverage pairing is available for $85 per persons that features five-glasses of new sake and wine. Seating times are at 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m on New Years Eve and New Year’s Day.

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For New Year’s Eve, Kochi (652 10th Avenue, NYC) will be offering a special tasting menu with the option to add a champagne pairing in partnership with Veuve Clicquot. Menu items include Sweet Potato Soup with chapsal beignet, toasted yulmu, and caviar; Caledonian Prawns with persimmon pepper paste, wild sweet rice, and mustard green salad; 28 Day Dry-aged Pork Collar with pistachio ssamjang, perilla kimchi, and savoy cabbage; Duck with barley risotto, black garlic truffle jus, nokdu pancake; Snow Crab Bibimbap with soy marinated snow crab, seasonal sprouts, charred avocado, candied anchovy and seaweed rice; and Froyo featuring daechu frozen yogurt, dehydrated Korean dates, and cranberry . Reservations via RESY.

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For New Year’s Eve, Le Fanfare (1103 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn), the authentic Italian restaurant in Greenpoint, will be offering a special three course prefix menu showcasing traditional Sardinian dishes and Americanized spins, with details on specific menu offerings to follow. Additionally, a live jazz band will be playing music throughout the evening. Le Fanfare is an authentic Italian restaurant from the team behind Epistrophy. The menu showcases rustic and simple Italian cuisine, utilizing locally sourced ingredients to curate a seasonal menu of regional ingredients. Additionally, all of the pastas and breads are made in-house with traditional Sardinian recipes. Price: $75

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Ring in the new year with Michelin-Starred Le Jardinier, and choose between two seatings of three course prix fixe dinner menus, featuring a holistic and unforgettable dining journey surrounded by a timeless interior resembling a modern greenhouse. The first seating will take place from 5:30-8:00pm for $175 per person with menu highlights including starters such as hiramasa with avocado mousse, winter citrus and royal kaluga caviar, a selection of main dishes such as ricotta agnolotti paired with sweet potato, wild mushrooms, kale and whey foam, and to top off the meal, desserts including but not limited to “L’orange”, which entails chocolate genoise, cointreau orange cream and kumquat compote. Le Jardinier’s second seating will be from 8:00pm-close for $295 per person, culminating in a champagne toast, with a selection of starters such as celery root “Mille Feuille”, hazelnuts and black truffle, main entree highlights include poached Maine lobster served alongside “bread sauce” crispy brassicas and bisque, among other protein-forward offerings, and the “L’orange'' dessert to tie off a well-rounded meal.

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Libertine (684 Greenwich Street, NYC) will be offering their regular cuisine du marché-focused menu in addition to caviar and foie gras specials and supplements. Libertine is the new buzzy French bistro from Partner Cody Pruitt and Executive Chef and Partner Max Mackinnon, which offers a menu that focuses on cuisine du marché, the greenmarket-guided cooking found in bistros across the French countryside, alongside an entirely all natural French wine list and cocktails made with small batch French spirits. Reservations via Resy.

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For New Year’s Eve, Maison Premiere (298 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn) will open at noon with their regular menu. There will be two seatings for the evening. The first seating at 6PM will include a special NYE highlighting some of their menu favorites for $95/pp. They will also host a second seating at 9PM, which will include NYE menu items, glass of champagne for a New Year’s toast and a seafood town for the table for $175/pp. The evening event will also include live music starting at 7PM until midnight. On New Year’s Day, Maison Premiere will be open for their regular hours and service. Price: 6PM seating for $95/person and 9PM seating for $175.

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For New Year’s Eve, Mari (679 9th Avenue, NYC) will be offering a handroll tasting menu with an optional champagne pairing in partnership with Champagne Billecart-Salmon. Menu items include Jeonchae, fish jeon, gougere and daikon; Mandu with shrimp jeon, crêpe, smoked trout roe and gamtae; a selection of handrolls including Salmon Belly, Spicy Tuna, Sea Urchin and Caviar; Golden Tilefish with seasonal vegetables and tomato chili jang; and a riff on Choco Pie made from a date cake with banana marshmallow and banana ice cream. Mari is the Michelin-starred restaurant from chef and owner Sungchul Shim. The menu features handrolls rooted in traditional Korean cuisine, while diversifying with seasonal and ingredient-forward items that pull inspiration from countries such as Peru, France, and Greece, among others. Reservations via Resy.

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This New Year's Eve, Mel’s (85 10th Ave, NYC), the neighborhood pizzeria from Michelin-starred chef Melissa Rodriguez, will be offering their regular menu + dinner service in addition to a few evening specials. Ring in the New Year with fresh takes on Italian classics including, Eggplant Parm with pomodoro, provolone, mozzarella and basil, Guanciale Pizza with pecorino, peperoncino and shallots, and a Tricolore Stracciatella Pizza with mascarpone gelato, fudge sauce, and Italian rainbow cookie. Located adjacent to chef Melissa’s Italian fine dining destination Al Coro in Chelsea, Mel’s embraces a fun and casual dining experience with its sophisticated yet warm design, and is as perfect for an after-work aperitivo, as it is for a celebratory multi-course meal. Reservations via Resy.


This New Year's Eve, One White Street (1 White Street, NYC) is the progressive-American neighborhood restaurant in Tribeca from Chef Austin Johnson, (previously of Eleven Madison Park, The Nomad, and Frenchie in Paris, where he was awarded a Michelin Star) will be offering two menu experiences featuring seasonal produce sourced from their farm, Rigor Hill Farm, located in the Hudson Valley. Menu options include a 4 course pre-fixe menu (first seatings at 5PM and 7:30PM, $168 and later seating at 9PM, $198), and the full Chef's Tasting Menu (first seating at 5:45PM, $298; 2nd seating at 9PM, $338). Both dining options will include a Champagne toast at midnight. Reservations via Resy

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Celebrate New Years Eve at Paradise Lost (100 2nd Ave, NYC) with a champagne toast and immersive cocktails countdown into the new year. The cocktail program at Paradise Lost is rum-based and tiki-inspired, with select drinks like: the Chaos Magick, a nod to the classic tiki drink Black Magic, with rum fire, green chartreuse, coffee liqueur, cold brew concentrate, Ras El Hanout syrup, and alpine bitters; Cobra's Fang with a blend of rums, Fassionola syrup, lime, orange, and absinthe; and Archfiend with jalapeño-infused tequila, makrut leaf-infused mezcal, galangal agave syrup, lime cordial, hibiscus syrup and hellfire bitters. Reservations via Resy.

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This year, Park Lane New York is partnering with Moët & Chandon to present a black-tie New Years’ Eve celebration at Darling, perched on the 47th floor on Billionaire’s Row, from 9pm-1am. Complete with an open bar, DJ, passed hors d'oeuvres and a midnight toast with Moët champagne, guests will ring in the New Year in elegance and merriment all while overlooking a mesmerizing firework show in Central Park. Food options will range from some delicious Chicken Sliders and Arancini to Smoked Salmon Caviar Blinis, Lamb Lollipops, and Aged Tenderloin Skewers. Packages start at $250 per person for standing room and $400 per person for table service.

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For New Years Eve, Patti Ann’s (570 Vanderbilt Ave, Brooklyn) will be hosting a Pizza Party from 4:30pm-8pm. The party will include a selection of appetizers, pizzas, cookies, crullers, and soft serve, all served buffet style. There will also be an open bar. Patti Ann’s is the neighborhood restaurant in Prospect Heights from acclaimed chef Greg Baxtrom. Named after his mom, Patti Ann’s features a menu of nostalgic Midwestern comfort food of Chef Greg’s childhood, such as Bloomin’ Onion, Chips N’ Goop, and Chicago tavern-style pizzas. Price: $65/person

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Peasant (194 Elizabeth Street, NYC), the NoLita neighborhood institution with a seasonal, rustic wood-fired Italian menu from Marc Forgione, will be offering their regular menu in addition to a few specials, including Soft Pecorino Crostini with black truffle, Tagliatelle with uni and truffle, and Tete de Cochon with caviar and sourdough. Marc Forgione took over Peasant after chef Frank DeCarlo's retirement. The menu features seasonal Italian ingredients with handmade pastas and rustic wood-fired dishes. Reservations via Resy.

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Peter Luger’s Steak House (178 Broadway, Brooklyn) will be open on New Years Eve and New Years Day. The legendary, family-owned and operated steakhouse serving New Yorkers since 1887, is known for its hand-selected USDA Prime Beef, which is dry-aged and butchered in-house, and signature dishes that are now considered American classics including The Porterhouse (Steak for Two), Luger's Sizzling Bacon (Extra Thick by the Slice), the Luger-Burger (exclusively available during lunch), Creamed Spinach, German Fried Potatoes, ‘Holy Cow’ Ice Cream Sundae, and ‘Schlag'. Part of the Brooklyn community for well over a century, Luger’s celebrates the history of New York’s meat markets and multi-generational restaurant families, and has become a culinary institution.

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For New Year’s Eve, Point Seven is hosting a 007 Party. The seafood-centric restaurant from Chef Franklin Becker in the iconic MetLife Building is encouraging guests to wear black tie attire for the James Bond inspired event including an open bar, casino games, passed hors d'oeuvres, DJ, dancing and more. Dishes include From Russia with Love: smoked sturgeon & caviar on a pumpernickel bagel; You Only Live Twice: wagyu beef tataki; For Your Eyes Only: truffle and porcini rice balls; Golden Eye: sushi featuring snapper from Japan; Casino Royale: clams casino; Octopussy: mizu tako (live octopus sashimi); and more. Limited individual tickets - The Shaken Not Stirred - are available through OpenTable at $165 per person plus tax and gratuity, which include access to the entertainment at the event, an open bar, and passed hors d’oeuvres. The All-In package is $245 per person plus tax and gratuity and includes an exclusive chef’s sharing menu served tableside. The Casino Royale package is $425 per person plus tax and gratuity, and includes an omakase experience in Coral, the intimate, 10 seat sushi counter within the restaurant, in addition to the event. December 31st from 9:00pm-1:00am.

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Philippe Chow is offering three distinct New Year's Eve experiences with multiple seatings, including a 16-course tasting menu available from 7PM onward at both its Upper East Side and Downtown locations for $175 per person. In addition to the standard tasting menu, guests can elevate their celebration with the Golden Package that includes bottles of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut ($250pp) or the Platinum Package, included bottles of Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial Rosé ($350pp). Larger parties can also opt for a private dining experience in the Wine Cellar for $500 per person.

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New Year’s Eve at Porchlight, Hudson Yards: Union Square Hospitality Group’s final night of Camp Porchlight provides versatility for partygoers looking to ditch the formal dress code for the ambience of apres-ski without leaving the city. As the final night to toast to the festive season with an elevated reimagining of holiday classics (from a refreshing Avalanche Punch to boozy jellies by Solid Wiggles), Camp Porchlight streamlines coordination without compromising on the celebratory atmosphere. Dinner and a Party $275pp from 8pm-2am or Party On $175pp from 10:30pm - 2am (Includes open bar and late-night bites.)

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On New Year’s Eve, Porter House (10 Columbus Circle), the iconic American steakhouse and restaurant from chef/owner Michael Lomonaco that has been a staple of New York City’s Columbus Circle since 2006, will be offering its regular menu as well as some special add-ons to ring in the new year. Guests can enjoy Porter House classics such as Roasted Bone Marrow, Garganelli Bolognese (an old family recipe from Chef Lomonaco), classic dry-aged Porterhouse or Chili Rubbed Boneless Ribeye, and all the sides like Buttermilk Onion Rings, Bourbon Mashed Sweet Potatoes, and Crispy Hash Browns. Additionally, Porter House will be offering a complimentary champagne toast to ring in the new year.

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Manhattan’s newest and only Monegasque restaurant, Rampoldi, complete with live music from Nuage Rhythm blending Parisian and American jazz, a DJ, a four course pre-fixe menu and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. Menu offerings will include dishes by Executive Chef Antonio Salvatore, whose culinary style embraces French haute cuisine, Italian leanings and coastal influence, and will feature a seasonal white truffle creation. Tickets are $275 and include food offerings and complimentary champagne toast. Reservations can be made via Resy.

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Restaurant Yuu, who was recently awarded one-Michelin Star, is the only new Brooklyn restaurant to receive a star. For New Year's Eve, Chef Yuu will showcase a 15-course tasting menu, which highlights a Wagyu Fillet Wellington, layers of minced Wagyu, mushrooms, foie gras, and a Wagyu filet, all wrapped in spinach and baked in a razor pie crust and embellished with beautiful floral appliqués, topped with Sauce Périgueux, a red and port wine reduction. Optional wine and tea pairings are also available. Seating times are at 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m, 18 guests per seating. Reservations are available on Tock.