December 23, 2016
Ring in 2017 with these New Year’s Eve Dinner Specials and Events
NYC presents an overwhelming set of option for celebrating New Year’s Eve, so we want to help you decide by highlighting some of the best offerings right here in NoMad.
La Pecora Bianca
The much-loved Italian eatery La Pecora Bianca is creating a complete party atmosphere for guests this year, with a live jazz band, party favors and “cheeky surprises.” The main event will be a prix fixe menu, for $100 per person, which features truffles, caviar and a complimentary glass of champagne. For main courses, guests can choose the Butter Poached Lobster, New York Strip Steak, Risotto with White Truffle or a number of other delicious menu options. A half-glass wine pairing with all four courses is also available for an additional $45.
La Pecora Bianca’s dinner hours on New Year’s Eve are from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. So the staff can accommodate you whether you wish to spend the entire evening at the restaurant or simply to begin your night there before moving off to a countdown party. Make your reservations here.
The Flatiron Room
It’s worth pursuing. The Flatiron Room is hosting a festive evening of food, drinks and live jazz, along with their renowned collection of whiskies? There will be a five-course menu by Executive Chef Alecia Angioletti.
This is the ticket to have for those revelers who want to keep it classy and luxurious on New Year’s Eve.
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The Smith NoMad
For those planning to eat and head off to a countdown party, check out one of the liveliest restaurants to open in NoMad this year. The Smith NoMad is featuring a no-fuss a la carte menu until 8 p.m.
For those who want to ring in the New Year at The Smith, there is a prix fixe party from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. for $140. Guests will enjoy a three-course dinner, along with a midnight champagne toast, open bar, and party favors. Menu options will include Spicy Chicken Meatballs, Ricotta Gnocchi, and Brick Pressed Chicken. Make your reservation here.
Bo’s Kitchen and Bar Room
The wonderful Bo’s Kitchen and Bar Room is featuring a special four-course menu with the option of early or late seating. The early seating runs from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and is priced at a very affordable $55. For those looking to make a night of it, the late seating package starts at 9 p.m., includes live music from Mike Messer and a midnight champagne toast — all for $115. For more information you can email email@example.com or call (212) 234-2373.
The Gansevoort Park hotel will be the scene of two simultaneous special events for New Year’s Eve, depending on your taste.
At Asellina on the ground floor of the hotel, tickets are on sale for a party that features complimentary hors d’oeuvres, a DJ and a five-hour premium open bar. There are several ticket packages available, depending on whether you are interested in General Admission or VIP seating. Tickets range from $99 to $199 for the evening, and you can reserve yours here.
Upstairs on the Rooftop, the party promises to be somewhat more high-spirited. A five-hour premium open bar will also be available, along with a DJ that keeps the dance party moving. Three levels of the rooftop will be open for guests to dance, mingle and enjoy the views. If you are looking for a gigantic New Year’s Party that you won’t forget, this is the one. Tickets range from $139 to $319, depending on the level of VIP package your group is interested in. Buy your ticket here.
230 Fifth Rooftop Bar
Another major New Year’s Eve party is happening at 230 Fifth Rooftop Bar, featuring “heavy” hors d’oeuvres and an open bar from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and two DJs spinning until 4am. Entrance to this ticketed party includes access to both the penthouse and rooftop areas and complimentary champagne for the midnight toast. Many of the ticket packages have already sold out, but you can still reserve a table if you act fast. Click here for more information.