NYC’s Best New Year’s Eve Parties

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Still looking for NYE plans? Not to fear! Whether you’re in the mood for an intimate dinner or an elaborate bash, we’ve put together an eclectic list of options at some of NYC’s chicest locations.

For those who want a taste of the South of France without leaving the city that never sleeps, check out Bagatelle’s “A Night in Monte Carlo” celebration. The restaurant’s flagship location in the Meatpacking District will offer two dinner seatings featuring a prix-fixe menu catering to those who love to indulge, curated by Executive Chef Romuald Jung. The menu includes truffles, Dom Perignon Champagne-imbued sauce, and much more.

Looking for a great meal plus a great party? Consider TOY’s New Year Eve celebration at the Gansevoort in Meatpacking. The special 5-course menu created by Executive Chef Doron Wong is offered at 6:30PM and 9:30PM and features Hidden Lobster Dumplings, Kobe Beef & Foie Gras Tartare, Caramelized Black Cod, Jumbo Ruby Prawns and Wagyu Tenderloin. Bottle service for up to 6 people begins at 11 PM and includes 2 bottles of Belvedere vodka and 1 bottle of Veuve Clicquot. Sit back and enjoy live performances throughout the evening, including DJ Claudius Raphael.

Feel like getting all dressed up? Beaumarchais is hosting a formal and elegant black tie event with a 1920’s Great Gatsby theme. Feast on a four-course menu while listening to music by Avalon Jazz Band. The signature cocktail will be the Rose Framboise that includes Moet champagne.

Want to be in the heart of it all? Haven Ski Chalet, the reinvigorated winter rooftop at The Sanctuary Hotel, is located just steps away from Times Square with prime access to watch the ball drop. Enjoy bottle service and gourmet hors d’oeuvres in the après ski-inspired haunt.

For something more low-key, escape the madness of Manhattan and head to Williamsburg, Brooklyn for a relaxed dinner at Antica Pesa. The special multi-course dinner includes many classic Italian dishes traditionally enjoyed during the Holiday season in Rome. Highlights include: rispy lobster fagottini with lentils and orange zest, mushroom tarte tatin with parmigiano and leek, halibut cheek ravioli with smoked scamorza and spinach and monkfish wrapped pancetta and cardoon gratin with fennel mostarda.

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