11. Günter Seeger NY
West Village, NYC
Günter Seeger NY will offer a six-course menu at two seatings on New Year’s Eve: 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. for $250, and the gala from 9 p.m.-10 p.m. for $395, which includes a midnight Champagne toast.
East Village, NYC
Hearth offers modern American cuisine in modest, minimalist style in the East Village.
Beef tartare, winter squash risotto, smoked chicken breast, and chocolate olive oil cake will be among the selections from the four-course family-style New Year’s Eve menu ($98 per guest, optional wine pairing $52 per guest). Expect complimentary bubbles at midnight, too.
Upper West Side, NYC
Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s fine dining restaurant on the Upper West Side will usher in 2019 with a gala dinner (begins at 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.) that includes a seven-course tasting menu. Expect dancing and a midnight Champagne toast, too ($888 per person).
The regular prix-fixe and tasting menu will be offered at the first seating (5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.).
Upper East Side, NYC
From chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, JoJo on the Upper East Side will celebrate New Year’s Eve by offering a four-course prix-fixe menu starting at 8 p.m. ($148). Party favors and a Champagne toast will enhance the evening.
Guests may enjoy the regular à la carte menu from 5:30 p.m-7:30 p.m.
15. Le Coucou
Chef Daniel Rose has created a NYC dining experience redolent of the great French restaurants of times past, but with his very current twist.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve by indulging in a six-course dinner ($795 per person). The evening will include Champagne and entertainment throughout.
MAMO in SoHo will celebrate New Year’s Eve at two seatings: the first at 6:30 p.m. for $125; and the second at 9:30 p.m. for $175, which includes a Prosecco toast at midnight and a DJ.
Celebrate the holiday enjoying dishes like fried artichokes, the restaurant’s signature truffle raviolini, and chocolate mousse.
Central Park South, NYC
Marea offers expensive, but often transcendent Italian-accented seafood on Central Park South.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at one of two seatings: a four-course menu ($175) will be served at the first seating, while the second seating will present a seven-course menu ($595, optional wine pairing $195).
Upper East Side, NYC
Indulge in caviar, Maine lobster and Wagyu beef tenderloin on the special New Year’s Eve menu ($498) at The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges on New York’s Upper East Side. The evening will include live jazz and DJ as well.
Massoni at Arlo NoMad boasts a warm vibe, a buzzing bar and colorful murals on the exposed brick walls.
On New Year’s Eve, enjoy a special three-course menu from 9 p.m. ($125 per person).
20. The NoMad
The NoMad restaurant celebrates New Year’s Eve with a special prix-fixe menu. Choose from an early seating (reservations before 7 p.m.) for $180 for four courses, and seating after 8 p.m. for $260 for five courses.