Food & Drink

Where to Eat on NYE 2016

Because your diet doesn’t start until Sunday

By Chelsea Lin December 26, 2016

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This time of year, my inbox is flooded with news of cool events and fantastic holiday dinners. Here, a rundown of where you should be dining on the 31st (though make your reservations a.s.a.p.):

Scout PNW
Prix fixe dinner – $140; dinner plus two drinks at the Nest upstairs (and view of the fireworks) – $250.
Book here

Tutta Bella (South Lake Union)
Live music, dancing, view of the fireworks, plus complimentary prosecco toast at midnight – $30 per person to reserve table.
Book here

Ivar’s Salmon House
Dinner buffet, party favors, view of the fireworks, complimentary champagne toast at midnight – $85.
Call 206.632.0767 to book 

Raccolto
Shareable apps for the table, choice of entree, choice of dessert – $70.
Call 206.397.3775 to book

Vendemmia
Shareable apps for the table, choice of entree, choice of dessert – $75.
Call 206.466.2533 to book

Miller’s Guild
Snacks, midnight toast, dance party in the Hotel Max lobby – $75 (discounted to $50 if you dine at Miller’s Guild that night).
Call 206.443.3663 to book

Eden Hill
Ten-course tasting menu – $100.
Call 206.708.6836 to book 

RN74
Early seating tasting menu – $95; late seating tasting menu – $125.
Call 206.456.7474 to book

Tilth
Four-course prix fixe – $80, wine pairings $50 additional.
Call 206.633.0801 to book 

Ethan Stowell Restaurants
Marine Hardware, Bramling Cross, Bar Cotto, Anchovies & Olives, How to Cook a Wolf, Mkt., Red Cow, Rione XIII, Staple & Fancy, Goldfinch Tavern and both Tavolatas have special menus.
Book here.

Volunteer Park Café
Single seating at 7 p.m. for a multi-course dinner – $95, $130 with wine.
Book here.

Heartwood Provisions
Five-course dinner available, or a la carte menu – $95, additional $95 for champagne pairings.
Book here.

Young American Ale House
Happy hour 4 to 10:30 p.m., with dishes starting at $4.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse
Four-course dinner – $69 from 3 to 5 p.m., $89 from 5 to 11 p.m.
Call 206.494.4442 to book.

Lark
Four-course meal of fancy treats – $120.
Call 206.323.5275 to book.

Porkchop and Co.
Five-course menu – $75, wine pairings additional $30.
Call 206.257.5761 to book.

Tarsan i Jane
Eleven-course tasting menu – $165.
Book here

Bookstore Bar & Café
Six-course menu in the Library Bistro dining space – $175, $85 beverage pairing.
Call 206.340.6676 to book.

Sazerac
The last night of service!
Book here.

Brimmer & Heeltap
Multi-course meal – $90, $130 with wine pairings.
Book here.

Circadia
Gatsby-themed night with pecial menu – $100, additional $50 for beverage pairings.
Call 206.486.6428 to book.

That’s not it, surely… but it’ll give you a good place to start.  

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