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Best Restaurants For New Year’s Eve Dinner In L.A.

December 25, 2015 6:00 PM

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Still wondering where to spend New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles? We have you covered! New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest nights of the year for dining out, and here are suggestions for the L.A. restaurants to make reservations and ring in 2016. Whether you are with a group of friends, on date night or with the family, each one of these restaurants are ready to make your last dining experience of 2015 a memorable one with special menus created especially for New Year’s Eve. So raise your glass, cheers to 2016 and check out what our favorite Los Angeles chefs are serving up for your last supper.

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(credit: Aestus)


Aestus
507 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(424) 268-4433
www.aestusrestaurant.com

Choose your own adventure this year on New Year’s Eve as Santa Monica’s best kept secret is offering guests the option of dining from their a la carte dinner menu or opting for a five-course tasting menu featuring selections like sunchoke & chestnut soup; housemade pappadelle with pork sugo, grilled lamb chops; and chocolate souffle. Wine pairings from Owner/Wine Director, Kevin O’Connor are also available with a champagne supplement. Caviar and truffle supplements will also be offered.

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(credit: Baltaire)


Baltaire
11647 San Vicente Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(424) 273-1660
www.baltaire.com

With two seatings, Baltaire is pulling out all of the stops with a glamorous Roaring 20’s party on December 31. A five-course, prix-fixe menu from Executive Chef Travis Strickland, with signature dishes like 22 oz. bone In rib-eye; grilled artichoke with Meyer lemon aioli and smoked sea salt; and lobster mac and cheese. Guests will also dine on modern interpretations of 20s-inspired fare such as a steak tartare with crispy garlic and quail egg; and pineapple upside down cake. You can also rely on Baltaire to have martini and caviar carts, while guests enjoy performances by burlesque dance group Miss May & April Showers, a live band with jazz vocalist Gina Saputo and a DJ spinning contemporary beats.

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(credit: The London West Hollywood)


Boxwood
1020 N San Vicente Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 358-7788
www.thelondonwesthollywood.com

Celebrate the start of 2016 with a feast that combines seasonal flavors and Executive Chef Anthony Keene’s signature touch to bring an enticing twist to this special day. Toast to family and friends with a wide variety of appetizers, entrees and desserts such as burrata cheese with Castelvetrano olives and white truffle cream; lobster tortellini with brown butter; wagyu filet mignon and marrow crust drizzled in a classic béarnaise; roasted lamb chop with apricot and cardamom chutney and more in Boxwood’s sophisticated and stylish atmosphere.

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(credit: Cafe Pinot)


Café Pinot
Café Pinot
700 W. 5th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213)239-6500
www.cafepinot.com

Executive Chef Megan Logan has planned an opulent spread of California French cuisine in this garden café, which offers stunning views of the glimmering lights of the Los Angeles skyline. Menu highlights include: hamachi crudo with kumquat relish, citrus crème fraîche, and American sturgeon caviar; parsnip agnolotti with black trumpet mushrooms, salsify, and ginger broth; Alaskan halibut with sunchokes, honey & bacon glazed chestnuts, and wilted black kale; and champagne vanilla mousseline with French meringue, macerated apples, and champagne gastrique.

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(credit: Cassia)


Cassia
1314 7th St
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 393-6699
www.cassiala.com

Executive Chef Bryant Ng will be offering a six-course, prix-fixe, family-style menu alongside the option of pairing wine, beer, and cocktails for each course from Wine Director Kathryn Coker and Beverage Director Kenny Arbuckle. Highlights include lobster pan roast with coconut milk, lemongrass, kaffir lime leaf, and oyster crackers; grilled duck confit with Bibb lettuce, herbs, and fish sauce paired with a Central Park pines cocktail with rye, lapsang souchong-infused vermouth, bitters, and Aberlour A’bunadh; and for dessert, a lemon lime coconut tart with Lone Daughter Ranch passion fruit and toasted coconut sorbet.

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(credit: Malibu Beach Inn)


Carbon Beach Club
22878 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu, CA 90265
(310) 651-7777
www.themalibubeachinn.com

Thinking of ringing in the new year with a beach getaway? Just a short drive from Santa Monica, Carbon Beach Club is hosting New Year’s Eve with a beachfront gourmet dining experience unlike anything you’ve ever imagined. With the waves crashing up from underneath the restaurant deck, guest will dine on Kumamoto oysters and Petrossian caviar; wagyu beef tartare with black truffle, “bright side” quail egg, veal demi-glace and artisan bread; domestic lamb loin, banana polenta, foie gras, trumpet mushroom, root vegetables, and lamb jus; “Land and Sea” with five spice braised veal and Maine lobster; and finally for dessert, a green tea crème Brulee, with pudwell berries.

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(credit: Cavatina)


Cavatina
1200 Alta Loma Rd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 358-3759
www.cavatinala.com

Join Executive Chef Jonathan Kim this New Year’s Eve at Cavatina as he prepares the perfect multi-course pre-fixe menu to say, “Fare thee well” like Bob Dylan to 2015 and “Hello” as sweet as Adele to 2016. From Santa Barbara uni with caviar on toasted nori; and roasted parsnip soup and salmon crudo with yuzu cucumber, aqua child marinated seaweed, kumquat and tobiko; to dry-aged New York strip with confit of Tahitian squash; and butter-poached Maine lobster with fingerling potatoes, heirloom baby carrot, Brussels sprouts and truffle espuma, this is bound to be a New Year’s Eve you’ll never forget. Especially if you treat yourself to the chocolate marquise for dessert with raspberry sorbet because it is to die for.

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(credit: Chaya Venice)


Chaya Venice
110 Navy St
Venice, CA 90291
(310) 396-1179
www.thechaya.com

Chaya Venice will host an elegant Black Tie Affair with two seating times for dinner, a special omakase menu at the sushi bar, and a martini tasting bar menu available. For dinner, the first seating starting at 5PM is a three-course Chef’s Menu with limited a la carte menu available. The second seating beginning at 8PM will feature a Chef’s Grand Tasting Menu with party favors & champagne toast. A martini tasting bar will be available and the bar & lounge will be open all night (no cover) where all guests can enjoy live music by Almost Classy, with a champagne toast at midnight.

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(credit: The Redbury)


Cleo
1717 Vine St
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(310) 910-9990
www.theredbury.com

Marrying classic Hollywood glam with old Mediterranean charm, Cleo will offer diners a signature four-course prix fixe menu, with seatings at 6pm, 8pm and 10pm. Dishes include a selection of favorites such as lentil & quinoa falafel with cilantro & jalapeno tahini; grilled lamb chops, with Calabrian chili & olive oil relish, dill Greek yogurt, crispy rosemary garlic potato, greens; and vegetable tagine, with Castelvetrano olives, slivered almonds, zhoug, Moroccan cous cous; alongside specialty cocktails. For those dining at Cleo looking to extend their night, present a receipt at The Redbury’s The Library for discounted General Admission for a swanky Hollywood night out with friends.

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(credit: The Redbury)


Estrella
8800 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310)652-6613
www.estrellasunset.com

In addition to a festive pre-fixe menu to kick off 2016, Estrella is also offering this vegan menu option with bold flavors for New Year’s Eve. Guests will begin dinner with a wild rice puffed cracker with tomato olive jam and pickled chile; followed by Fuyu carpaccio with sub macadamia nut cheese; roasted squash with no parm; black truffle – sweet potato dumpling, stewed black kale, kombu – tomato broth; and candied crab apple, cinnamon – whiskey sorbet and warm pear butter for dessert.

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(credit: Faith & Flower)


Faith & Flower
705 W 9th St
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 239-0642
www.faithandflowerla.com

At Faith & Flower’s New Year’s Eve event, Jared Hooper, Faith & Flower’s sommelier, will be featuring a “Wine Directors Menu” to compliment the 5- and 6-course pre-fixe menus featuring favorites like seared red snapper with saffron braised baby fennel and cacio e tartufo with hand rolled cavatelli, Italian black winter truffles and reggiano parmesan. There will also be a complimentary champagne toast at midnight from Delamotte Champagne, and Faith & Flower will have a limited a la carte menu for lounge and patio service for the duration of normal hours of service.

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(credit: Gracias Madre)


Gracias Madre
8905 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 978-2170
www.graciasmadreweho.com

This year for New Year’s Eve, Gracias Madre is preparing a 100% organic, plant-based mushroom tasting menu with everything from stuffed portobello en Croix with lion’s mane to pastel con chocolate y reishi with coffee cashew cream, chocolate reishi ganache and mezcal syrup. The West Hollywood Mexican hotspot will offer in addition to the four-course tasting menu from Executive Chef Chandra Gilbert, a “Fungus Among Us” mushroom cocktail pairing from acclaimed Beverage Director Jason Eisner featuring Amantillado sherry infused with shitake mushrooms, house mulled Spanish vermouth, mezcal espadin, housemade, truffle bitters, orange oil, and sparkling wine Sopa de Hongos.

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(credit: Fig & Olive)


FIG & OLIVE Melrose Place
8490 Melrose Place
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 360-9100
www.figandolive.com

On New Year’s Eve 2016, come celebrate at Fig & Olive starting at 8:30pm for their “White & Gold Party” for $150 per person. A four course menu along with a champagne toast will be on hand for guests including items like baked oysters, seared sea scallops, chilean sea bass, lamp chops, and dessert too. There will also be a cocktail reception from 9pm to midnight with tray-passed hors d’oeuvres. Find out more details at www.figandolive.com.

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(credit: Girasol)


Girasol
11334 Moorpark St
Studio City, CA 91602
(818) 924-2323
www.girasolrestaurant.com

Celebrate at Girasol with a luxurious three-course prix fixe menu created by Executive Chef CJ Jacobson. The menu reflects Chef CJ’s passion for using locally sourced and foraged herbs and produce to fully experience California cuisine. Begin with a choice of a starter like crudo of Hawaiian kampachi lightly cured with CA “champagne,” served with kohlrabi and pine mouseline; and continue with the “forest-to-table” experience with wagyu striploin roasted with wild juniper branches or local white sea bass pan roasted with wild juniper butter. For the grand finale, guests can enjoy chocolate truffle tort a la mod, served with bitter almond ice cream, malted caramel and wild rice soil.

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(credit: Hard Rock Cafe)


Hard Rock Cafe
6801 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90028
(323) 464-7625
www.hardrockcafe.com

Rock ’n’ roll-themed chain with a high-energy vibe serving burgers & American classics is hosting a complimentary New Year’s Eve party for diners. The family-friendly event will include live band karaoke with Casual Encounters Karaoke Band and NYE party favors at midnight. Using the best ingredients in authentic creations, handcrafted by “artists formerly known as chefs”, guests will have a wonderful experience as they nosh on delicious comfort foods from a collection of our popular dishes like: signature wings, Tupelo chicken tenders, spinach artichoke dip with parmesan flatbread and bruschetta just for starters!

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(credit: Herringbone Santa Monica)


Herringbone Santa Monica
1755 Ocean Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 971-4460
www.herringboneeats.com

Ring in 2016 in style at Chef Brian Malarkey’s new glamorous, seafood-centric hotspot in Santa Monica. The Top Chef alum has crafted a special five-course prix fixe menu that pays homage to his signature “Fish Meats Field” philosophy, including line-caught ahi tuna with charred scallions, oyster crema and white truffles; and a 28 day dry aged rib-eye with pommes robuchon and clam chimichurri. An optional wine pairing is available for those in need of an extra dose of celebratory cheers-ing.

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(credit: Hinoki & The Bird)


Hinoki & The Bird
10 W Century Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 552-1200
www.hinokiandthebird.com

Keeping with the travel-inspired theme of past New Year’s Eve events, Hinoki & The Bird will feature a Buenos Aires theme this year. The event will have open seating and a complimentary sparkling wine toast, and there will also be a live DJ and decorations in theme along with a Buenos Aires themed menu highlighting dishes like forest mushroom empanada, potato empanada, curry spiced empanada, yogurt raita sauce; chorizo sausage, hoja santa, chili lime sauce; sweet onion “fugazza”, burrata cheese, hijiki; carbonada pumpkin stew, heirloom pumpkin, turnips; braised short rib, fontina, caramelized onion and chocotorta with miso sugar and coconut macaroons.

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(credit: Ivory on Sunset)


Ivory
8440 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(323) 650-8999
www.mondrianhotel.com

A new dining concept at Mondrian LA, will open its doors on NYE with a celebratory prix-fixe menu. Inspired by the restless creativity of Hollywood’s golden age and its eternal, timeless glamour, Ivory will celebrate the attitude that made Hollywood iconic. The menu has been designed by Top Chef alum Brian Malarkey, drawing on his passion for fresh, market driven ingredients and celebrating California cuisine. Guests will have the pleasure on dining on Australian lamb rack; spiced BBQ baby heirloom eggplant; roasted striped bass; prime rib eye; and pumpkin risotto with butternut squash, goat cheese, saba, and candied pepitas.

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(credit: Kendall’s Brasserie & Bar)


Kendall’s Brasserie and Bar
135 N. Grand Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213)972-7322
www.patinagroup.com

Executive Chef Jean Pierre Bosc showcases an elevated, yet affordable array of French favorites in the heart of downtown LA. Menu highlights include: Peruvian sea scallops with ginger lime vinaigrette; seafood linguini with housemade linguini, manila clams, shrimp, calamari, bay scallops, olive oil, white wine, garlic, and shallots; roasted rack of lamb with root vegetable barigoule, and potato gnocchi; and Manjari chocolate brownies with chestnut mousse, satsuma orange segment, and bourbon caramel.

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(credit: Mr. C Beverly Hills)


Mr. C Beverly Hills
1224 Beverwil Dr
Los Angeles, CA 90035
(877) 334-5623
www.mrchotels.com

Mr. C Beverly Hills invites guests to enjoy a New Year’s Eve Bash over a decadent five-course dinner at The Restaurant at Mr. C, with menu highlights including Maine lobster thermidor over mixed sautéed vegetables; pan-fried beef filet with green peppercorn sauce served with a bundle of heirloom carrots and potato duchess, plus the classic Cipriani dessert vanilla meringue cake with strawberries and sugar crust. After the meal, the annual fête features a midnight Champagne toast in the Lobby Lounge, dancing, and live entertainment by Shawn Amos, the hotel’s resident American blues and jazz musician.

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(credit: Nick & Stef’s)


Nick + Stef’s Steakhouse
330 S. Hope St.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213)680-0330
www.nickandstefs.com

In the wake of the restaurant’s October 2015 reopening, featuring chic décor, an extensive wine program, sophisticated mid-century inspired cocktails and an all-new menu with exquisite meat selections, Executive Chef Andreas Roller pulls out all the stops with a lavish menu. Highlights include: lobster bisque with cognac, espelette pepper; butter poached lobster tail and filet mignon with sauce Maltaise, Paris mash, Weisser Farms organic carrots; and Champagne vanilla mousseline with French meringue, macerated apples, and Champagne gastrique, à la carte dining will also be available.

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(credit: Providence)


Providence
5955 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 460-4170
www.providencela.com

Acclaimed sustainable seafood-focused restaurant Providence is serving two holiday dinners for New Year’s Eve, along with optional wine pairings, to toast to the season and year. Executive Chef/Co-Owner Michael Cimarusti presents a special seven-course prix-fixe dinner to usher in 2016. Providence’s New Year’s Eve seven-course prix-fixe menu includes dishes such as: crab & uni, caviar, cauliflower; Maine lobster, sunchoke, hijiki, miso; wild black sea bass, oyster plant, petit pois, pea tendrils; and grilled A5 wagyu beef, sweet potato, salted plum. New Year’s Eve supplemental market specials include: Oysters; Italian White Truffles – Risotto, Pasta alla Chitarra, Omelet; Farm Raised Sustainable Caviar; Tsar Imperial Ossetra (Bulgaria) and Tsar Imperial Kaluga (Amur River).

(credit: Ray’s & Stark Bar)

(credit: Ray’s & Stark Bar)


Ray’s and Stark Bar
5905 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 857-6180
www.rayandstarksbar.com

Located within the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Ray’s and Stark Bar offers a Mediterranean-inspired menu with seasonal and market-driven cuisine, creating a dynamic culinary experience for art-loving patrons. New Year’s Eve dinner highlights include: lemon risotto with stravecchio and parmigiano-reggiano; squab breast with violet potato and black trumpet mushrooms; poached Maine lobster with kuri squash veloute and finger limes; and dark chocolate tart with passion fruit sorbet and salted caramel sauce.

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(credit: RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen)


RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen
10250 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
(310) 552-9988
www.rocksugarpanasiankitchen.com

RockSugar Pan Asian Kitchen is the perfect spot to ring in the New Year with that special someone, offering an exclusive Prix Fixe menu perfect for sharing (including four exclusive new entrées!) and a recently update cocktail menu – created in partnership with Top Chef and Food Network Star Arnold Myint. The New Year’s Eve menu is the perfect date night for two enjoying three shared appetizers, two entrees, two shared sides and two desserts from Chef Mohan’s exclusive Prix Fixe NYE menu. Includes complimentary champagne for two. NYE Menu highlights include: crispy chicken samosas, sweet-hot shrimp and crunchy calamari; black peppered bay scallops and Indonesian beef short rib rendang; and warm coconut doughnuts and caramelized banana custard cake.

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(credit: Rustic Canyon)


Rustic Canyon
1119 Wilshire Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(310) 393-7050
www.rusticcanyonwinebar.com

Rustic Canyon and Executive Chef Jeremy Fox are continuing their tradition of serving a multi-course, family-style feast with the guests’ choice of eight dishes from a menu of sixteen options. Highlights include prime aged beef with corned brisket, marrow, and potato with the option to add freshly shaved black truffles; Pitman duck breast with sunchoke, pear, beet molasses, and pistachio; and Pastry Chef Jun Tan’s Santa Barbara bananas foster with ginger pudding and white chocolate ganache.

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(credit: Union)


Union
37 East Union Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
(626) 795-5841
www.unionpasadena.com

Not into prix-fixe menus this holiday? No problem. Union is currently taking a la carte reservations for New Year’s Eve where Union’s market-driven, Northern Italian-inspired menu from Chef Bruce Kalman will be available alongside an optional wine pairing. In addition to Union favorites like the housemade stracciatella, spaghetti alla chitarra and porchetta, you will also find dishes like a salad of persimmons with Midnight Moon goat cheese, mint vinegar and farro; spelt cavatelli with Santa Barbara ridgeback prawns, arugula pesto and hazelnuts; and, a stracotto (Niman Ranch short rib, salt pork, barely risotto and gremolata). And, because it’s New Year’s Eve, Union is offering a traditional Italian good luck dish of cotechino sausage, beluga lentils, soft poached egg, and salsa verde.

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(credit: Viviane)


Viviane
9400 West Olympic Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA, 90212
(310) 407-7791
www.vivianerestaurant.com

The newly opened Beverly Hills restaurant from Executive Chef Michael Hung is offering two New Year’s Eve dinner seatings where guests will be treated to a six-course prix-fixe at the first seating, highlighting Hung’s take on modern Continental cuisine; and for the second seating features seven courses along with a Champagne toast at midnight. Delectable courses include gently warmed Porc au Torchon with celery root á la grecque, pickled mustard, and caper sauce vert; and filet mignon roasted in marrow fat with young carrots, potatoes persillade, and sauce au poivre.

(credit: Viviane)

(credit: Viviane)


Viviane
9400 West Olympic Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA, 90212
(310) 407-7791
www.vivianerestaurant.com

The newly opened Beverly Hills restaurant from Executive Chef Michael Hung is offering two New Year’s Eve dinner seatings where guests will be treated to a six-course prix-fixe at the first seating, highlighting Hung’s take on modern continental cuisine; and for the second seating features seven courses along with a Champagne toast at midnight. Delectable courses include gently warmed Porc au Torchon with celery root á la grecque, pickled mustard, and caper sauce vert; and filet mignon roasted in marrow fat with young carrots, potatoes persillade, and sauce au poivre.

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(credit: Wally’s)


Wally’s
447 N Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
(310) 475-3540
www.wallysbeverlyhills.com

At Wally’s Beverly Hills, enjoy a four-course meal prepared by Executive Chef David Feau along with the musical stylings of DJ Alex Hegewald. There will be two seatings offered for the dinner with a four-course prix-fixe dinner to include choices of local oysters on the half shell, roasted chestnut velouté, green lentils “du Puy” ragouté, olive-oil poached lobster, chocolate & hazelnut praliné, clementines and much more. Each dinner will include a glass of sparking wine and those at the second seating are welcome to stay and celebrate the ringing in of the New Year! Caviar and truffles will also be available upon request.

(credit: WP24 by Wolfgang Puck)

(credit: WP24 by Wolfgang Puck)


WP24 by Wolfgang Puck
900 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 743-8824
www.wolfgangpuck.com

Those heading over to the STAPLES Center to bid Motley Crüe a fond farewell at their final concert on New Year’s Eve might want to consider reserving a table at WP24 by Wolfgang Puck first. Celebrate with an elaborate eight-course tasting menu, featuring authentic Far-East flavors in stand-out dishes such as “Salt and Pepper” Alaskan king crab, served with creamy rice, stir-fried fresh pea greens, scallion, and char siu; Wolfgang Puck’s signature roasted Peking duckling accompanied traditional garnishes and delicate steamed bao buns; and a fiery “Szechuan Style” wagyu ribeye with toasted red chilies, garlic, shallots, and cilantro. The feast comes to a sweet finish with a decadent chocolate ganache torte, topped with golden chocolate bark, hazelnut, and smooth coffee gelato.

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(credit: Firefly)


Firefly
11720 Ventura Boulevard
Studio City, CA 91604
(818) 762-1833
www.fireflystudiocity.com

On New Year’s Eve, join Firefly for a special prix fixe menu including items like Dungeness crab, a steak tartar with black truffles, parsley and a quail egg, a prime NY steak, wild sea bass, and dessert for your third course. They will be offering two seatings as well. The first seating will be from 6pm – 7:30pm, and the second will be from 9pm to 10:30pm.

(credit: Ocean Prime)

(credit: Ocean Prime)


Ocean Prime Beverly Hills
9595 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(310) 859-4818
www.ocean-prime.com

While visiting Ocean Prime Beverly Hills on New year’s Eve, guests can reflect on 2015, and toast 2016 as they sip on champagne and dine on a seared albacore tuna loin appetizer, served with apple ponzu and crispy onions. The featured entrée is Surf and Turf, a 6 oz. filet with ½ broiled lobster, prepared thermidore style with a delicious asparagus. For dessert, take part in in their butter ake, with buttermilk glaze and vanilla bean ice cream. Their feature cocktail is pear champagne for the evening, which includes pear infused Grey Goose, Asian pear, lime, and Domaine Chandon.

Nicole Standley a.k.a. JetSet Mom, is a social influencer + lifestylist covering luxury travel, fine-dining, fashion & pop culture for The JetSet Family. Follow her latest travels and escapades on Instagram, Google+ and Twitter.

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