Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in Miami
By Eater Staff for Miami Eater
Recently we heard the news that Selena Gomez is sick of that same old love, and many of us here in the Magic City are sick of that same old New Year’s Eve meal. Meatloaf’s, roasted veggies and the ever-present puerco asado aside, we’ve compiled a list of the ultimate New Year’s Eve dinning hot spots throughout South Florida’s popular neighborhoods.
From five-course to seven-course meals and even a decadent wine-pairing soirée, these menu selections are fully equipped to help you keep the party going all night long, or ring in the New Year from your couch post food coma.
— Suanny Garcia Barales
Splurge in an extravagant seven-course prix fixe menu paired with a bottle of Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose for $250 starting at 9 p.m. at one of Wynwood’s most talked about restaurants. For early diners, a five-course menu is available for $125.
Featuring a four-course menu with dishes like American caviar with toast, whipped creme fraiche & shallots, and suckling pig with chicharrones & charred green onions made in the open kitchen, this elegant restaurant offers a one-of-a-kind evening — live music and champagne on the mezzanine included.
The local favorite is serving up featured items such as bianconeri tartare, charcoal tagliatelle and duck pie. Enjoy dinner and a glass of champagne for $90 or upgrade your meal to a bottle of champagne for two for $135.