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The 2019 Resy Guide to New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

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In between gift wrapping and hot chocolate chugging, you might’ve forgotten that New Year’s Eve is quickly approaching. And this time around, it’s not only 2019 that’s coming to a close, but the entire decade with it. So whether you’d like to indulge in caviar-laced menus, lose yourself to dance, or keep it classy and casual, Resy has you covered in each category. Welcome to your ultimate guide to New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles.


Go All Out

Decadent feasts to close out the decade in style (over $100).

Belle Vie — Book Now
$110 10-course menu.

Dialogue Restaurant — Book Now
$205 pre-party menu (5:45-6:30 p.m. seating) | $305 New Year’s Eve menu with a Champagne toast at midnight (9-9:45 p.m. seating).

Estiatorio Louká — Book Now
$150 minimum per guest for first seating (6-6:30 p.m.) |  $195 minimum per guest for second seating (9-10 p.m.). Live music, Champagne toast and specialty Greek dessert. 

Majordōmo — Book Now
$175 family-style menu.

pasjoli — Book Now
$225 four-course menu (5:45-6:45 p.m. seating) | $275 six-course menu (9-10 p.m. seating).

Shibumi — Book Now
$140 nine-course menu with a Champagne cocktail (6 or 9 p.m. seating).

The Tasting Kitchen — Book Now
$110 three-course menu | $140 four-course menu | $250 special New Year’s Eve menu.


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Dance the Night Away

DJ sets, open bars, and enough tasty bites to keep you partying all night long.

Élephante — Book Now
$90 menu with live DJ sets and a Champagne toast.

Kassi — Book Now
$65 four-course family-style menu with a live DJ set.

Tallula’s — Book Now
Tallula’s New Year’s Eve fiesta includes a Mariachi band, agave spirit flights, cocktail specials, and family-style platters.

The Nomad Restaurant — Book Now
$185 ticket includes admission to the party, food stations, open bar, Champagne and caviar, and live DJ sets and entertainment.


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Special Prix Fixes

Break out the Champagne, not the bank ($100 and under).

Adamae — Book Now
$30 New Year’s Eve feast with priority entrance to Lowboy & Bar Flores’ dance party.

Alimento — Book Now
$95 five-course menu (early seating) | $125 five-course with a Champagne toast at midnight (late seating).

Birdie G’s — Book Now
$95 five-course menu.

Cassia — Book Now
$95 family-style menu.

Kismet — Book Now
$90 Eastern European-inspired, five-course meal with a complimentary glass of bubbles.

Off Vine — Book Now
$80 four-course menu.

Pura Vita — Book Now
$80 four-course menu with a Prosecco toast at midnight.

Rustic Canyon — Book Now
$95 five-course family-style menu | $125 seven-course family-style menu.

Pilot — Book Now
Special New Year’s Eve dinner.


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À La Carte Options

For your last meal of the decade, opt for the regular menus you love, with some extra pizazz thrown in.

Little Beast — Book Now
Regular à la carte menu with New Year’s Eve specials.

Little Dom’s — Book Now
Regular à la carte menu with New Year’s Eve truffle specials and complimentary toast.

Ronan — Book Now
Regular à la carte menu with Champagne and caviar specials.


 

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