Westchester’s New Year's Eve Dining Guide 2016
While New York City gets overrun with party animals, tourists, and drunks, you can relax and welcome the New Year in style at these local restaurants.
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This casual yet elegant French bistro will be welcoming the New Year by offering a three-course prix fixe dinner including a glass of Gruet Blanc de Noirs Champagne for $65 and wine pairing and Champagne for $95. Guests can anticipate a wide variety of menu choices like homemade foie gras terrine, pan seared filet mignon Gorgonzola brown sugar brûlée, and profiteroles.
142 Fifth Avenue
Plates on the Park
PLATES’ New Year's specials start at just $30 and run from New Year’s Eve to New Year’s Day evening. The PLATES team will be offering three seatings with three dining options. Bring the family around 5 pm on New Year’s Eve for $60 with a child’s menu for $20. At 7 pm and 9:30 pm the restaurant will be offering a $100 four-course prix fixe menu and a glass of bubbly. The 9:30 seating will consist of a midnight toast and party favors. To add to the bargains, dining at the bar at 7 or 9:30, or taking your dinner to go, will get you half off the menu. Among the specials are cream of mushroom and chestnut soup, roasted halibut, and coconut cream pie.
121 Myrtle Boulevard
The Inn At Pound Ridge
Enjoy a warm, relaxing evening at the farm-to-cuisine restaurant The Inn at Pound Ridge on December 31st. The restaurant will be offering a three-course meal consisting of Meyer Lemon Gelee with caviar and herbs, spicy tuna tartare or foie gras brulee, black sea bass or Maine lobster with black truffle butter, and roasted beef tenderloin or prosciutto wrapped pork loin, plus dessert, for $248 (without tax or tip).
258 Westchester Avenue
This innovative New American cuisine located in the heart of downtown Mount Kisco is celebrating its first New Year's with live swing music by the Swingaroos and a prix fixe menu. The first seating will be at 6 pm with a four-course meal at $65 per person. The first seating will offer dishes such as oysters with yuzu mignonettes and surf & turf. The second seating will be at 9 pm with a five-course meal, Champagne toast, live music, and dancing at $110 per person. The second seating will offer dishes such as corn & butternut soup and mushroom pasta.
130 East Main Street
Thyme Steak & Seafood
Thyme will be catering to both vegetarians and meat-lovers alike this New Year’s Eve with a $55 prix fixe dinner (without tax or tip). Diners can expect to enjoy dishes like butternut squash ravioli, braised short ribs, almond-crusted cod, stuffed pork chop, flourless chocolate cake, and pecan pie. Thyme will also be offering $12 holiday spirits such as caramel eggnog Martinis and Christmas Cosmos.
3605 Crompond Road
Park 143 Bistro & Fish
This Bronxville seafood restaurant will be hosting a 9 pm seating offering both their regular dining menu and a specials list on New Year’s Eve. Diners can anticipate a live DJ, an open bar all night long, and a midnight Champagne toast to kick off the New Year. Reservations are required.
143 Parkway Road