New Year’s Eve Restaurant Guide: Part Two
More options for your end-of-year dining-out consideration.
On Tuesday, we published part one of our New Year’s Eve restaurant dining guide, which included opportunities to dance off many courses worth of calories at Zaytinya, and drink a free glass of cava at Estadio. Good stuff. Read on for more end-of-year dinner opportunities, and check back for future posts with updates and additions.
Seating(s): 5:30, 6, 6:30, 8:30, 9, and 9:30 PM
Price: The first three seatings are $120 a person; the second three are $195. There’s also a $60 children’s menu.
Selling point: Well, we like it. Adour ranked number five among all Washington-area restaurants in this magazine’s last 100 Best Restaurants list.
Etc.: Call 202-509-8000 to reserve.
Art and Soul
Seating(s): 5:30 to 7 PM and 7:30 PM
Price: The first seating costs $75; the second costs $85.
Selling Point: Free Champagne and party favors.
Etc.: Call the restaurant at 202-393-7777. A valid credit card will be required to secure your reservation.
Seating(s): 5:30 to 6 PM and 8:30 and 9:15 PM
Price: The earlier dinner costs $140 per person with an $80 wine pairing; the later one is $175 with a $115 wine airing.
Selling point: You’ll be dining at Citronelle.
Etc.: Call 202-625-2150 to reserve.
Co Co. Sala
Seating(s): 5:30 PM through 8 PM and 8:30 PM onward
Price: $125 or $185 for a six-course special menu (each course is supposed to entice one of the six senses) with wine pairing.
Selling point: If you aren’t up for prix fixe, reserve at 8 PM or earlier and you can opt for the à-la-carte menu instead.
Etc.: Email email@example.com to reserve.
Seating(s): 5 to 6:30 PM and 8 to 9:30 PM
Price: The first seating is $55 per person with a $25 wine pairing; the second is $125 with a $55 wine pairing.
Selling point: Serious special-occasion food: foie gras brûlée, sautéed Maine lobster, and black truffle fritters.
Etc.: Reserve online or by calling 202-661-2440.
Kushi Isakaya & Sushi is planning a special tasting menu for NYE but has not yet finalized details. Check here for updates, or call the restaurant at 202-682-3123.
Seating(s): 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM and 8 PM onward.
Price: A five-course pris fixe is offered at the first seating for $125. There is a seven-course menu during the second seating; that costs $195.
Selling point: Flexible wine options, which include special pairings and by-the-bottle offerings.
Etc.: Reserve by calling 202-296-1166.
Seating(s): 6 to 7:30 PM and 9 to 10:30 PM
Price: Both seatings cost $60 per person. The price includes a three-course meal.
Selling point: Complimentary Moët Imperial Champagne at midnight and a raging party (complete with a deejay and live music) until 3 AM.
Etc.: Call 206-396-0038 or reserve online.
Seating(s): 5:30 to 7 PM and 8 PM to 11 PM
Price: Through 7 PM, diners order à la carte or design their own five-course menus. At 8, the restaurant will begin serving a six-course, $95 meal. There will be a wine-pairing option for an additional price.
Selling point: Not a Champagne fan? Vidalia makes a first-rate mint julep.
Etc.: Call 206-659-1990 to reserve.