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Restaurants on New Year's Eve

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Junkyard Hog, Oct 16, 2015.

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  1. Junkyard Hog

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    Do any of the nicer restaurants do any special menus/have parties on New Year's Eve?

    Trying to consider all options. At first our group wanted to do the party/club scene, but now some are wanting something a little more laid back.
     
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    Yes. The high end restaurants tend to offer prix fixe menus. And, special table packages as well. They are expensive and require reservations. Restaurant sites usually post their NYE specials late October or early November.

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    How expensive (ballpark) are we talking?

    We've done several prix fixe menus with wine pairings (did Le Cirque last year) and have enjoyed them very much.
     
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    I have done NYE a few times out there. I think the good restaurants are not as good as usual on NYE. They are packed and the service is lacking. I'd recommend just doing a mid tier restaurant for dinner, but the casino parties are rather good as well.
     
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    Thanks!

    What exactly is a "casino party"?
     
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    If you have a host (assuming you weren't invited to the hotel's NYE party) you could contact them to ask for tickets to the party / dinner. We went to the one at Flamingo last year & the food was amazing. Certainly not your normal buffet....more high-end choices than I've ever seen in one place. Also, free drinks at many bars in the room or a waiter would deliver to you. Very nice time without all the craziness....
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    The casino parties are really nice. Decent food, free drinks, entertainment, dancing, etc etc. I have been to the Bellagio one a couple times and was blown away!! Going to the Aria one this year. I am sure they are all good. If you have to pay for the party, it would probably be on par with a decent dinner somewhere and you will have a better time and not have to deal with the craziness.
     
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    That sounds good
     
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