NYE Celebrations in Los Angeles
We have you covered for this year’s holidays in Los Angeles as we provide you a list of dining options and a selections of the best hot spots to toast until countdown. Let us wish you and your family a wonderful New Year!
New Year’s Eve Specials
Dec. 31. Lady Byrd Cafe in Echo Park will be having an exclusive New Year’s Eve Dinner, featuring a specially crafted menu from Chef Gabriel Cappelli. He has spent the last 11 years living in Los Angeles, opening restaurants and orchestrating experiential dining events. His cooking style has a farm-to-table approach, with many of his flavors stemming from both Persian and southern Italian cuisine, so for one night only, there will be a curated menu featuring signature dishes chicken ballotine with mushroom duxelle, roasted cauliflower finished in grass fed herb butter or sea bream with sunchokes and beets, yogurt with dill, Persian mint and cucumber pearls. For dessert, honeycomb bread pudding, honey meringue, and pistachio ice cream. Tickets start from $68 per person, with wine pairings starting at $90. For more information please visit website. 2100 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles.
Dec. 31. BG is bringing the heat to Beverly Hills this New Year’s Eve with a very special NYE Burlesque Dinner featuring Miss Marquez! With a powerhouse team including Nerano Executive Chef Michele Lisi, Bar Director Jacki Smith, and Wine Director David Gary, BG’s NYE Burlesque Dinner with Miss Marquez will showcase Executive Chef Michele Lisi’s signature menu, Jacki Smith’s craft cocktails, select wines curated by David Gary and a speakeasy vibe that reminds one of 1923 as we ring in 2023. Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 9960 S. Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills.
Dec. 31 – Jan. 1. This New Year’s Eve, H&H will be open with a specially priced $70/per person AYCE churrasco menu that includes 16 premium cuts of meat and sides plus a champagne toast. Regular reservations and no special seating times required. H&H will also be open all day on New Year’s Day (12 p.m. – 9 p.m.) offering a specially priced $70/per person AYCE churrasco menu that includes their usual 16 premium cuts of meat and sides plus an a la carte menu of add-ons (like 6oz of Japanese A5 wagyu beef for $100). Hours and menus available at both locations, Downtown and Beverly Hills. Children 6 and under are free, and those 7-12 are half price. Saturday and Sunday, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Dec. 31. Say Feliz Año Nuevo at El Granjero Cantina on New Year’s Eve Day as while enjoying some of the best people watching at The Original Farmers Market Los Angeles. Executive Chef Jenni Sklarwill be cooking up her innovative Mexican menu all day and evening featuring a selection of antojitos (Snacks), ensaladas (Salad), quesadillas, tacos, los tazones (Bowls), burritos, acompanantes (Sides), and dessert. Their beverage menu includes wine, beer, non-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks, and specialty cocktails created by Tobin Shea including the classic margarita with a choice of tequila or mezcal, cointreau, fresh lime and citrus agave. Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 6333 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles.
Dec. 31. Spanish restaurant Bar Moruno will have a few special menu items for New Year’s Eve. They will be showcasing dishes prime rib with yorkshire pudding and brown Gravy, half roast duck with duck fat toasty bread, and more. Time starts at 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Last seating will be 10:45 p.m. and these items are all available a la carte. 3705 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles
Dec. 31. Come ring in 2023 at Drago Centro in Downtown Los Angeles this New Year’s Eve as Chef Celestino Drago prepares a special New Year’s Eve six-course tasting menu ($200 per person) including kanpachi, cipolle fritte, kanpachi, fried onions, capers, chili, and lemon fluid gel. They also have a selection of pasta dishes such as pasta mista, langostino, americaine, langostino, and branzino cileno. For dessert, a sphere Sicilian cassata cake. Guests can also enjoy a specialty Cocktail, wines and champagne from Drago Centro’s award-winning wine List. Saturday, 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. 525 South Flower Street, Los Angeles.
Dec. 31. This New Year’s Eve, beloved plant-based destination, Crossroads Kitchen, offers a special tasting menu at their Melrose and Calabasas locations. The celebratory 6-course feast includes dishes such as kelp caviar with potato rosti, chestnut foie gras, baby beet salad and a choice of eggplant short rib or porcini tortelli, both of which are studded with black winter truffles. For dessert, guests have the option between sorbet or chocolate cake with pomegranate coulis and rice puff crunch. Reservations are available via the Crossroads Kitchen website. Times vary for that day. For locations check website for details.
Dec. 31. Celebrate New Year’s Day at Arth Bar + Kitchen by enjoying a modern Indian dinner with family and friends featuring small plates, Tandoor starters, entrées, handcrafted Tandoor breads, rice, and desserts. Arth Bar + Kitchen will also be crafting their full list of cocktails including their special Old Monk’s Manhattan made of Old Monk Spiced Indian Rum, banana liqueur, cinnamon infused vermouth, vanilla liqueur, walnut bitters, garnished with a torched cinnamon stick making this a perfect way to welcome 2023. Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 10 a.m. 9531 Culver Boulevard, Culver City.
Dec. 31-Jan. 1. Welcome 2023 and Native Son LA is ringing in New Year’s Day by toasting with bottomless mimosas, and their special apple cider monthly mimosa. Executive Chef Alec Guerrero will be serving up his weekend brunch menu which features native omelette, ricotta toast and jam, french toast, pb&j sandwich, Native Slam burrito and more. Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. 832 S. Olive Street, Los Angeles.
Dec. 31-Jan. 1.
BOA Steakhouse (Sunset and Santa Monica) will be offering a prix-fixe NYE menu along with live music, DJ sets, complimentary party favors and a champagne toast at midnight. Two seatings will be available with the following NYE menu prices:
- First seating: 5 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – $125 per person
- Second seating: 7:30 p.m. – close – $215 per person
Dec. 31. Augie’s on Main is offering three takeaway options to make New Year’s Eve simple and delicious. Choose between two dinner options – Dirty Chicken for $60 for 2-4ppl or Prime Rib for $99 for 2ppl – with the option to add Kaluga caviar-topped Bougie Tots for $65 to amp up your New Year’s Eve. Orders can be made through Tock and are ready for pickup on Saturday, December 31st and come ready to heat. Deadline to order is Friday, 12/30 by 4 p.m.
Until Dec. 30. Skybar at Mondrian Los Angeles will be hosting a New Year’s Eve celebration, which will include a 4-hour premium open bar starting at 8 p.m. Guests can celebrate the New Year over delectable cocktails, sounds by DJ Eric Sharp, original art installations, and of course, the breathtaking backdrop of the Los Angeles skyline. Guests should get ready to dress to impress for the cocktail attire event. The NYE celebration will include 4-Hour Premium Open Bar (8PM-12AM), midnight champagne toast, live music by DJ Eric Sharp and more. Saturday, 8 p.m. – 2 a.m. 8440 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles.
Dec. 31. On New Year’s Eve, MAMA Shelter LA will be hosting MAMA’s Disco Ball Party! Available at their main restaurant downstairs from 5:30pm – 8:30pm on New Year’s Eve, there will be a special prefix dinner menu of winter black truffles and wine pairing. Start with a beausoleil oyster or a mille-feuille potato with caviar, lobster thermidor or petit filet mignon, and finish with a delicious chocolate mousse. Please see the full menu attached below.
From 9 p.m. to 2 a.m., come party at MAMA with DJs, live magic, tarot readings, Burlesque dancers, a photo booth, a drag show, special prize giveaways, champagne towers, a midnight Prosecco toast, and so much more! Open bar from 9pm to 1am and food will be served from 10pm to 12am. Get Tickets Here
Now Open. The Netflix Holiday House is a festive experience located on the second floor of Netflix at The Grove in Los Angeles. It is is an immersive destination for all things holiday cheer (inspired by your favorite Netflix shows and movies). Special moments include a holiday vignette that’s perfect for capturing family photos, a jaunt inside the famed detective office of Enola Holmes, an exploration of Matilda’s musical library, a School for Good and Evil Wishing Tree, an Emily in Paris–inspired photo op (Eiffel Tower included, of course), a Slumberland–inspired time-traveling bed and an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. Times vary. 189 The Grove Dr G-10, Los Angeles.
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