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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.