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Here’s Where to Ring in the New Year

By Emily Wilson

From one-night-only, chef-designed tasting menus to prix fixe offerings at some of the city’s most beloved establishments, these New Year’s offerings are way above par. Grab a seat and ring it in!

Foreign & Domestic
This funky-casual Austin staple is offering a tasting menu this New Year’s Eve, with optional wine pairing.
Menu Highlights: Beausoliel oyster, Champagne, caviar​; terrine of foie gras; skate wing, wild mushrooms, and brown butter; strawberry-rhubarb tart.
$75 / $100, Book now on Resy.

Kemuri Tatsu-ya
A chef-selected, multi-course dinner includes guests’ choice of two Kemuri cocktails, a 300mL bottle of sake, or a pitcher of beer and all non-alcoholic beverages.
Menu Highlights: Half-shelled oysters with nukazuke mignonette, ora king salmon sashimi, karaage ‘n’ cornbread, smoked Texas quail with koshihikari grits, mochi tacos.
$99, Book now on Resy.

Launderette
Four-course prix fixe tasting menu for every table in the restaurant, including bar seats and the tented patio.
Menu Highlights: Foie mousse, king crab legs, Texas Wagyu strip, ricotta beignets.
$85, Book now on Resy.

Odd Duck
Enjoy a special farm-to-table menu– including a la carte options for parties of five or less, and prix fixe ($60) for parties of 6 or more. Plus bubbles, of course.
Book now at Odd Duck.

The Rotten Bunch
The Rotten Bunch is preparing a special four-course, prix fixe menu to ring in the New Year, with vegetarian and gluten-free options for every course.
Menu Highlights: Tuna tartare, country pate, red wine braised short ribs, swiss chard and ricotta stuffed cannelloni, warm sticky toffee pudding.
$55, Book now at The Rotten Bunch

Vox Table
A five-course dinner with suggested wine pairings and a complimentary Champagne toast at midnight. Added bonus: 180+ whiskeys available.
$85, Book now at Vox Table.

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