Second Bar + Kitchen

Second Bar + Kitchen

Second Bar + Kitchen

Second Bar + Kitchen will give diners a sneak preview of its soon-to-be-open, Congress Hall, and Executive Chef David Bull will serve a three-course prix fixe menu with a bottle of celebratory champagne. For $75 a person, attendees can enjoy potato chive gnocchi, seared Texas red fish, passion fruit mousse and more all paired with a bottle of Cote Mas Cremant de Limoux BrutHours: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.  To treservehttp://www.opentable.com/r/second-bar-and-kitchen-domain-northside-austin

Josephine House

Josephine House is normally closed on NYE and New Year’s Day, but  this year is a different story, so we’re getting excited as the restaurant will host a special three-course menu for dinner featured HERE.

 

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Prohibition Creamery 

Prohibition Creamery at 1407 E 7th St., Austin, is offering drink specials all day, a decadent new ice cream flavor, and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. No reservations are required and there is no cover charge.

 

TRACE

TRACE is hosting special prix fixe dinner (four courses at $115 per person) before the party gets turned up in W Austin’s Living Room Bar.

 

Dine

Dine 

Chefs David Garrido & Adrian Mora will feature a New Year’s Eve Menu: $75/$125 with wine pairings. The menu features Amuse Bouche Crispy oyster on yucca root, cilantro honey aioli; paired with Pierre Sparr Brut Rose, France Appetizer Duck breast and foie gras, sweet potato 3 ways, blackberry orange reduction; paired with Beran Zinfandel, Rutherford California 2013 Salad Mesclum green salad, strawberry, candied walnut, goat cheese, grape tomato, champagne vinaigrette; paired with Villa Wolf Reisling.  Reservations at Open Table or by calling the restaurant at 512.478.2991

Launderette

Launderette is excited to announce their Second Annual New Year’s Eve Extravaganza, which will feature a four-course prix fixe dinner, tented Bellini Lounge and more. The prix fixe dinner is priced at $85 per person and includes options like Foie Gras Crème Caramel, Oysters Casino, Chestnut Garganelli and Grapefruit Cremeux. Guests are welcome to make a reservation online for the early seating (5:00pm to 6:30pm) or late seating (7:00pm – 8:30pm) for dinner.

La Condesa

During dinner service on New Year’s Eve, La Condesa will run a menu of vegetarian specials by Executive Chef Rick Lopez in addition to the regular menu. A few of the tasty items include Huarache (blue corn masa, sweet dumpling squash, piloncillo, tomatillo salpicón), Chochoyotes (dilrio farm roasted pumpkin, masa dumplings, pipian rojo, cascabel, preserved lemon), and a dessert called Tamal (gianduja chocolate, toasted hazelnut, orange marmalade, crème fraîche).

L’Oca d’Oro

L’Oca d’Oro will ring in the New Year with a festive 6-course prix-fixe dinner from 5-10 p.m. In addition to the prix-fixe menu, the restaurant will offer special white truffle add-on options for specific courses at an additional $25 per dish featuring beautiful truffles from Alba. L’Oca d’Oro will also offer a Vegetarian menu at the same price as the prix-fixe. Items for the prix-fixe menu include Lamb Tartare with Sunchoke chips and salsa verde, Salt Cod Croquettes with saffron aioli, Spaghetti cacio e pepe with Bottarga butter, Meyer Lemon Prosecco Pavlova, and more.

Eberly Dining Room

Eberly

Ring in 2017 in style with three options to kick off the night at Eberly! Eberly is taking it back to the 1920’s this New Year’s Eve with a roaring celebration of style and glamour. Dust off the suits and fur, and dress to impress with Prohibition Era Attire, feathers, bold colors, or Black Tie.  Dinner: 4 course Prix Fixe $125 per Person, Celebration: $100 per Person, Dinner & Celebration: $200 per Person. Tickets Available HERE

 

NO Va Kitchen + Bar

Chef Abby will be serving up Scotch Eggs, Golden Beet Salad, PEI Mussels with smoked tomato broth, and Chocolate cake with espresso gelato + lots more seasonal specials. There will be a live band and complimentary snacks and a champagne toast at midnight!

 

Forthright

Forthright will be offering two delicious dinner seatings, the first from 7:00p-9:30p, and the second from 10:00p-12:30a. Both seatings will feature an elegant 4 course prix fixe dinner and the second seating will include a champagne toast at midnight. for $55 per person, Forthright is offering the most straightforward deal in town.As dinner is sure to make you thirsty, our bartenders will be mixing classic cocktails and filling glasses with wine and, of course, bubbles all night, drinks are not included in dinner menu price. For tickets and to reserve: For the event menu and to purchase tickets for the 7:00 PM seating, please use this link: https://straightforwardto2017.splashthat.com/

 

Punch Bowl Social

Punch Bowl Social

Have a roaring good time this New Year’s Eve at Punch Bowl Social Austin. The Great Gatsby-themed party kicks off at 9 p.m. and includes music from the ‘20s, lots of fun NYE swag, and a complimentary champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight. No cover for general admission. VIP seating ($50 per couple) is available from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. and includes a bottle of champagne and appetizer of choice. VIP reservations at (512) 368-9449 or via email atkpeyton@punchbowlaustin.com.

APIS

Apis will have two seatings on NYE 4:30p-6:30 for the early prix fixe menu and 8:30pm for the late seating tasting menu. The tasting menu will be limited to 38 seats.

Parlor & Yard

Parlor & Yard is returning to the mack this New Year’s Eve with their Star69ties NYE Bash. Get your “Rachel cut”, put your pagers on vibrate and grab your best Mossimo graphic tee because Backstreet’s back, alright. The P&Y gang plans to party like Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch to ring in 2017 like it’s 1999! Live music (confirmation in progress) from 10 p.m. to midnight followed by DJ Big Bear from midnight to 2 a.m. Early bird tickets ($25 – $35) are available here and include a champagne toast at midnight, raffle entry (winner announced at 12:30 a.m. and an appetizer buffet (think Bagel Bites, pizza rolls and mozzarella sticks) at 1 a.m. In the words of the Parlor & Yard gang, “Did I do that?” (oh yes they did…).

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