September 17, 2014

Hot! New Year’s Eve: The Dining Guide

Looking to spend the evening out on New Year’s but not out with crazy kids in a club? If you’re looking for a place to dine with your honey? You’re in luck we’ve a list of places having some great dinning specials. The best part? You don’t have to clean up after you’re done.

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THE OUT NYC

What's Happening: This New Year’s Eve, executive chef Dale Schnell and KTCHN, created the ultimate New Year’s Eve dining experience! KTCHN will be decked out in a blanket of white. While dining, guests will hear the tunes from the DJ as well as the 3-piece jazz band that will be performing in the lobby. The doors will be open until 12:15 AM for the bar area, serving until 3:30 AM. Guests can choose from two fabulous prix-fixe menus.

First seating starting at 5pm: Enjoy a 4-course menu ($65).

Second seating starting at 8:30pm: Enjoy a 5-course menu  ($135) for the 8PM seating.

The prix-fixe price includes a choice of champagne or vodka (1 bottle of champagne or a 1/2 bottle of vodka per ever two guests). Wine pairings are available for an additional $30 per person.

*On New Year’s Day KTCHN  will have All-Day “Revive Brunch” served from 10am-5pm, featuring a salad, entrée, along with “All You Can Drink” Brunch Cocktail Bar, featuring unlimited Bloody Marys, Bellinis, & Mimosas for ONLY $45.

KTCHN (www.ktchnnyc.com) is located at 508 West 42nd Street between 10th and 11th. For more information call 212.868.2999.

BOBBY VAN’S GRILL

What's happening: American grill fare, classics steakhouse favorites, fresh seafood and wood-fired pizza. Specialty dishes include: Porterhouse Steak A premium cut steak that can be shared between two, three or four guests; Chilean Sea Bass Miso & tamari glazed, asparagus, bok choy & shitake mushroom in white truffle fish broth and more. SPECIALTY DRINKS: Bobby Van’s Grill features a rich wine list of international vintages and an original cocktail menu, with signature favorites including: BV’s House Made Sangria.

Seating is open so call to make a reservation (212) 957-5050.

Hill Country Barbecue Market

What's Happening: Country music recording artist  and Broadway star Rachel Potter, will perform in the downstairs Boot Bar.  Also, expect specialty cocktails and a champagne toast at midnight, as well as an All You Can Eat menu of Hill Country’s signature smoked meats and sides available upstairs for $27.

First SetTime: 5-10pm for All You Can Eat;

Second Set: 10pm Rachel Potter show; champagne toast at midnight; bar open until 2am

Hill Country Barbecue Market is located 30 W. 26th St. between 6th Ave. and Broadway, for more information call 212-255-4544 or visit (www.hillcountryny.com)

Maison Premiere

What's happening: Maison Premiere will host a special New Year’s Eve party with a special a special pop-up Champagne bar and will feature a special Champagne tasting menu as well as a New Year’s Eve cocktail menu. Party favors and noise makers will be provided.

First seating starts at 6pm ($95)

Second seating starts at 9pm ($125)

Maison Premiere (www.maisonpremiere.com) is located on 298 Bedford Ave in Williamsburg.  For more information call 347-335-0446 ext 103 or email [email protected]

The Smith East Village, Midtown, and Lincoln Center

What's happening:  All locations will offer a three-course dinner, open bar, party favors and a champagne toast at midnight.  Also expect The Smith’s signature appetizers and mains. The restaurant will offer its regular a la carte menu until 10p.m. Menus attached for more information.

First seating till 10PM: The Smith's a la carte menu

Second Seating starting at 10PM:  Three-course prix fixe dinner with open bar, champagne toast, and party favors.

The Smith (www.thesmithnyc.com) is located on 55 Third Avenue (between 10th and 11th Street); 956 Second Avenue (at 51st Street); 1900 Broadway (at 63rd Street).  For more information call call 212-420-9800; for Midtown reservations please call 212-644-2700; for Lincoln Center reservations please call 212-496-5700.

"A Night in Monte Carlo” at Bagatelle

What's happening: "A taste of the South of France without leaving the city." Bagatelle, promises to make you feel like you are in St. Tropez and will feature a special Prix Fixe menu created by Executive Chef Romuald Jung. The menu will include delights featuring truffles, Dom Pérignon champagne-imbued sauce, and much more. Also expect a champagne toast at midnight, sparklers and the occasional Mega Sundae (not for the faint of heart).

First seating starting at 6PM ($150).

Second Seating starts at 9PM $250 and includes a champagne toast at midnight.

*Menus available upon request*

Bagatelle (www.bistrotbagatelle.com), is located on One Little West 12th Street. For more information please call(212) 488-2110.

Toy

What's Happening: revelers at the restaurant will ring in 2013 in style surrounded by some of the best food, fun and entertainment that the city has to offer. Celebrations include options for dinner (Special 5-course menu created by Executive Chef Doron Wong), partying, a DJ set from Claudius Raphael, a midnight champagne toast AND bottle service.

First seating (till 9:30PM): Menu features starters like succulent Hidden Lobster Dumplings and Kobe Beef & Foie Gras Tartare and entrées such as Caramelized Black Cod, Jumbo Ruby Prawns and Wagyu Tenderloin, among others, Market Vegetable Fried Rice and Bok Choy with Crispy Tofu and Garlic Confit for the table before ending on a sweet note with a special “Chef’s Surprise” dessert. ($95 Per person)

Second Seating (starting at 9:30): Menu features starters like succulent Hidden Lobster Dumplings and Kobe Beef & Foie Gras Tartare and entrées such as Caramelized Black Cod, Jumbo Ruby Prawns and Wagyu Tenderloin, among others, Market Vegetable Fried Rice and Bok Choy with Crispy Tofu and Garlic Confit for the table before ending on a sweet note with a special “Chef’s Surprise” dessert. 9:30PM ($175 per person)

Premium open bar from 9PM-1AM for $150 per person.

Bottle service beginning at 11PM for tables up to 6 people - $1,500 minimum. Includes 2 bottles of Belvedere vodka and 1 bottle of Veuve Clicquot

Toy (http://toyrestaurant.com) is located 18 Ninth Avenue (entrance on West 13th Street). For more information visit the site  http://toyrestaurant.com/nye/ 

Antica Pesa

What's happening: The restaurant is offering special prix-fixe menu for $130/per person to ring in 2013. Guests will be treated to a multi-course dinner consisting of many classic Italian dishes traditionally enjoyed during the Holiday season in Rome and throughout Italy, particularly the country side and coasts close to Rome. A DJ spin all night, a champagne toast at midnight, and a la carte menu for wine and cocktails. Sample dishes include: Halibut cheek ravioli with smoked scamorza and spinach, Mushroom tarte tatin with parmigiano and leek and more.

Seating is open. So please call to make a reservation.

Antica Pesa (http://anticapesa.com), is located 115 Berry Street (between N 7th and 8th streets); L train’s first stop in Williamsburg. For more information please call 347-763-2635.

EN Japanese Brasserie

What's happening: In addiction to special New Year's Eve Kaiseki menu from Chef Abe Hiroki, The restaurant will host their annual Mochitsuki, the traditional year-end pounding of mochi rice cakes with a giant wooden hammer and stone pestle. Also, they will have a Kagami Biraki--the breaking open of a barrel of sake at midnight.

For the first seating the restaurant will have either a $95 or $135 menu available.

EN Japanese Brasserie, (http://enjb.com) is located 435 Hudson Street (at leroy). For more information please call: 212 647 9196.

 Pounds & Ounces

What's Happening:  Executive Chef Ted Cipollone of Pounds & Ounces  designed a four-course dinner with ingredients that illicit a celebration on your palate like Crispy Langostines with caviar and a scampi reduction for a starter and Grilled Flat Iron Steak with brussel sprouts and a butternut squash puree for your main course. DJ Jimmy Prada spin all night with a live countdown as midnight approaches.

First seating for dinner (only reservations) available from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Includes four-course dinner and a bottle of house wine or champagne per couple/2 people - $85 per person.

Second seating for guests (intending to stay through midnight reservations) available from 9:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Includes four-course dinner and a bottle of house wine or champagne per couple/2 people and open bar - $150 per person.

Guests after 9:30 p.m. for the bar and lounge only. Includes open bar and hors d’oeuvres - $100 per person.

All prices do not include tax and gratuity. Pounds & Ounces is located at 160 Eighth Avenue (corner of 18th Street). For more information please call 646.449.8150 or visit www.poundsandouncesnyc.com.

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