New Year’s Eve and Day Dining in Dallas

Look for a place to celebrate the end of 2011? Or perhaps you’re more optimistic and plan to ring in 2012. Either way, we’ve got an alphabetical list to help you plan your merry way. They’re all down below. See you there.

Ed. Note 12.28.11: Check out our updated list.


Welcome 2012 with an elaborate feast at Abacus, as Chef Kent Rathbun’s culinary team create a special menu for New Year’s Eve. Guests will enjoy a variety of delicious small and large plates, soups, salads and desserts, as they sip Champagne and ring in another year. Menu items include:

Small Plates

  • Seared Hudson Valley foie gras with kumquat marmalade, mini sesame bagels and pink peppercorn cream cheese
  • Yellowtail sashimi with umeboshi sorbet, mango, mint and yuzu
  • Crispy Chinese bbq pork potstickers with pickled daikon and red chile-blackberry hoisin
  • Pan seared Nantucket Bay scallops with salsify “tagliatelle” and guanciale carbonara
  • Duo of east coast oysters with citrus tempura and sour  apple-horseradish  ice

Soup and Salads

  • Creole style crab bisque with goat cheesecake and gulf crab
  • Butternut squash-goat cheese salad with Maine lobster, watercress and walnut dressing
  • Green apple salad with wild arugula, shaved finocchiona, toasted macadamia nuts and dijon aioli


White Grape-Champagne Granita

Big Plates

  • Duo of duck: Maple Leaf Farms breast with confit fennel salad, black truffle-parrano polenta and pomegranate glaze
  • Sorghum BBQ Kobe short rib with grilled scallion cornbread, red beans and merliton slaw
  • Hickory grilled Ahi tuna with macadamia-sage stuffing,  winter root vegetables and cranberry-balsamic demi
  • Crispy seared Scottish salmon with cured meyer lemon, Israeli couscous “tabbouleh” and vanilla-saffron cream
  • Grilled strip with maytag blue cheese crust, smoked bacon scalloped potato and port wine demi
  • Pan seared Alaskan halibut with snap peas, honshimeji mushrooms and white soy-lemongrass broth


Enjoy at Taste of all three:

  • Candied almond rice pudding
  • Chocolate-strawberry mousse cake
  • Apple-persimmon strudel

5pm – 6:30pm: $80 per person

7pm – 11pm: $100 per person


Bailey’s Prime Plus. “Enjoy the regular menu featuring new seasonal dishes or select a special five course pre-fixe menu created by chef Grant Morgan for $80 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are recommended. Guests will enjoy a champagne toast and party favors at midnight and live music in the lounge from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.”

Pre-Fixe Menu (available in addition to the regular menu)


First Course

Rack Of Lamb Lollipop, Dijon

Second Course

Warm Red Cabbage, Goat Cheese, Hazelnuts, Balsamic Reduction


Lobster Thermidor, Tarragon, Wild Mushrooms and Mache


Opera Cake

For reservations, call Bailey’s Prime Plus:

Dallas – The Shops at Park Lane – 214-750-8100

Fairview/Allen – The Village at Fairview – 972-363-2200

Fort Worth – West 7th – 817-870-1120


Bijoux. “On New Year’s Eve, patrons can enjoy selections from Bijoux’s incredible menu, with the option to indulge in the Chef’s Tasting Menu of nine petite courses, a customized five-course prix fixe or any of Bijoux’s delectable a la carte selections. Reservations are highly recommended.”


Blue Plate. Reservations required.

5 pm – 6:30 pm: $55 per person

7 pm – 11 pm: $75 per person

First Course

Hamachi sashimi with blood orange-Champagne granite

Second Course

Chef’s garden spinach and beet salad with golden beet vinaigrette and Brazos Valley brie crouton

Manila clams and Carlsbad mussels with whole grain mustard and Champagne butter

Crispy calamari with caper berries, red wine stewed tomatoes and fennel

Polenta crusted fried green tomatoes with Round Rock ancho honey

Niman Ranch braised beef short rib soup with hen of the woods wild mushrooms and toasted farro

Third Course

Pan seared sea scallops with lobster-white truffle risotto

Dr Pepper barbeque rotisserie chicken with cheddar-leek hash browns

Strube Ranch New York strip with sweet potato gratin and braised greens  (additional $10)

Smoked Niman Ranch pork chop with foie gras cornbread stuffing and cranberry demi

Pan seared red snapper with crab dumplings, soba noodles and mushroom broth

Grilled rack of lamb with crispy polenta cake, shaved radish and mint chimichurri

Fourth Course

Creme brulee with eggnog, spiced rum and nutmeg biscotti

Flourless chocolate torte with blood orange marmalade

Trio of cheese with housemade crackers and shortbread cookies

Bubbles and berries with Meyer lemon sorbet


Bonnell’s. Saturday, December 31st. Three-course dinner. Reservations are available between 5:00pm and 11:00pm. Seating is limited, $85 per person (price does not include tax or gratuity), and reservations required. Please call 817.738.5489.


First Course

Sampling of Our Finest Appetizers

Crispy Fried Quail Leg, Oyster Texasfeller,

Elk and Green Chile Cheese Grit Mini Taco,

Smoked Shrimp Tostada, and Jalapeño and Crab Fritter

Second Course

The Perfect Marriage of Land and Sea

Center Cut Beef Tenderloin Filet

with Garrison Brothers Bourbon Sauce

Over Black Truffle Whipped Potatoes

Served Alongside Seared Ahi Tuna with Spicy Mango Relish

Over a New Year’s Black-Eyed Pea Cake

Third Course

Chef’s Dessert Sampler

Paired with a Glass of Sparkling Wine

Tres Leches Creme Brûlée, Huckleberry Empanada,        Chocolate Cup Filled with Peppermint Ice Cream,

Champagne Sabayon with Raspberry,

and White Chocolate and Cherry-Filled Beignet


Cafe Lago. New Year’s Eve Day-  Open all day 8 am – til 2012!!! New Year’s Day – Black Eyed Pea Brunch 9 – 2pm


Campo. “Oak Cliff’s newest dining locale, Campo Modern Country Bistro celebrates the New Year with two prix fixe dining options available.  From 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m., Campo serves up a four-course menu; cost is $60 per person.  For the late-night crowd, Campo is serving a 5-course menu.  Reservations are available from 8:30p.m.-9:30 p.m. (over at 11 p.m.). and include great music, party favors and a champagne toast.  Cost is $75 per person. Courses include choices within each selection.  Entrée selections are Pressed Pig with Celery Root, Prunes, Cacao Negro Crumble and Sherry; Total Catch Fish, Farrotto, Pistou, Parsnip and Citrus and Meat and Potatoes, Short Rib, Potato Gnocchi, Hedgehog Mushrooms and Bordelaise. Wine and beer pairings are available for each seating for an additional $35.  Prices exclude tax, gratuity and additional beverages.

Located at 1115 North Beckley in Oak Cliff, Campo Modern Country Bistro is open at 5:30pm, closed Tuesdays.  For reservations call 214-946-1308”


Canary by Gorji.  NEW YEAR’S EVE

Saturday Dec 31, 2011 5pm – midnight

Four Course Dinner

$59 per person plus tax and gratuity

Champagne toast at midnight

Choice of Appetizer

Grilled Chilled Avocado with poached shrimp & pomodoro

Bulgarian Feta With Pomegranate and toasted pita

Choice of Salad

Spinach with fresh berries

Caesar prepared traditionally with fresh egg yolk

Canary Wedge with prosciutto & grilled jalapeno

Choice of Entree

Prime Beef Filet with garlic gorgonzola mashed potato & vegetables

Lamb T-Bone & Grilled Quail with tzatziki served over tabouleh

Salmon Limon pacific wild caught grilled / white wine, lemon and capers

Please inquire about vegetarian entree

Choice of Dessert

Chocolate Cake with fresh berries or Four Berry Sorbet

Champagne Toast at Midnight

Limited seating- please call for reservations



The Cedars Social. “Ring in the New Year with an exceptional meal developed by Chef Kyle McClelland at The Cedars Social. For $59, your meal will include three delicious courses and a glass of Moet Imperial Champagne.  To extend the experience, a five-course menu is also being offered for $89 and will include a glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne (See full menu below).  Cocktail pairings by Michael Martensen will also be available for an additional charge. To make reservations please call 214-928-7700”

3 Course Menu – $59 per person (Includes glass of Moet Imperial Champagne)

First Course:

  • Beausoleil Oysters on Half Shell with 24k Gold Mignonette, Hibiscus Pearls
  • Kobe Beef Carpaccio, Basil Pan Purdue, Soft Fried Quail Egg, White Truffle Mayo, Leaves of Celery
  • Wild Mushroom Tortellini, Black Garlic,  Sweet Peas, Lemon Fondue, Shaved Reggiano

Second Course:

  • Potato Crusted Halibut, Sauce Bouillabaisse, Melted Leaks, Fried Ipswitch Clams
  • Dry Aged Sirloin, Whole Roasted Trumpet Royals, Layered Potatoes, Sauce Bordelaise
  • Air Chilled Muscovy Duck,  Barley Risotto, Braising Greens, Golden Raisin Jus

Third Course:

  • Ice Cream and Sorbet
  • Lemon Cremeux, Vanilla Bean Merengue, Blackberry Champagne Sorbet

5 Course Menu- $89 per person (Includes glass of Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne)

First Course:

Beausoleil Oysters on Half Shell with 24k Gold Mignonette, Hibiscus Pearls, American Caviar

Second Course:

Seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras, Honey Crisp Apples, Candied Hazelnuts, Calvados Sorbet

Third Course:

Butter Poached Maine Lobster, Golden Chanterelles, Fava Beans, Sweet Parsnip

Fourth Course:

Dry Aged Sirloin, Whole Roasted Trumpet Royals, Layered Potatoes, Sauce Bordelaise

Fifth Course:

Chocolate Nutella Bar, Orange Sorbet, Praline Powder

Central 214. New Year’s Eve

$89.00 per person

includes glass of champagne

$45 wine pairings


champagne butter lettuce salad

marinated grapes, texas chevre, duck confit garnish

domaine chandon brut


three cheese and stout soup

wild horse pinot noir


southwestern ceviche

avocado slices, crispy tortilla strips

renard roussanne


grilled filet mignon

gruyere dauphinoise, broccolini, port demi glace

the crusher petite sirah


pan seared arctic char

white truffle risotto, lemon beurre blanc, crispy spinach

lava cap merlot


mocha pot de crème

chocolate straw, tuile, berries

ruinart blanc de blancs


Craft Dallas. New Year’s Eve, 5:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Ring in 2012 with a three-course meal served Craft-style.  Come celebrate with us tableside and enjoy a festive New Year’s Eve supper full of seasonal favorites, but without all the cooking and cleanup.  You’ll even go home with the leftovers.  Price is $140* per person, and includes a half bottle of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs per couple (*does not include add’l beverages, tax or gratuity).  Specially crafted prix fixe menu includes:

First course – (Select One)

Chose among the following starters to whet your appetite:

Pumpkin Velouté with Chestnuts “Mont Blanc;”

Mache Salad with Black Truffle and Farm Egg;

Lobster with Celery Root and Black Truffle;

Nantucket Bay Scallops with Parsnip and Vanilla;

Hamachi with Hearts of Palm and Tangerine;

Terrine of Foie Gras with Quince and Cocoa Nib;

Sweetbreads with Fennel and Blood Orange; or

Oxtail Tortelloni with Beet Consommé and Horseradish

Main course – (Choose One)

Chanterelle Risotto with Swiss Chard and Brown Butter;

Braised Flounder with Oysters and Caviar;

Roasted Steelhead Trout with Lentils and Bacon;

Roasted Yellowfin Tuna with Apple and Coriander;

Poached Poulet Rouge with Black Truffle and Leeks;

Braised Heritage Pork Shank with Prune and Pistachio; or

Roasted Sirloin with Bone Marrow and Béarnaise

Side dishes – (For the Table)

Potato Purée

Roasted Winter Vegetables

Assortment of Mushrooms

Dessert – (For the Table)

Frozen Nougatine Bombe

Chocolate Espresso Torte

Roasted Bananas


Dallas Chop House. Dec. 31, 5-1 p.m. Choose off an à la carte menu, with a Champagne toast at midnight.


Dallas Fish Market.

$65.00 per person

$110.00 with wine pairings

No other offers are applicable to this menu


Wild Marionport Oyster

With cucumber mignonette, wasabi tobiko


(Choice of )

Maine Lobster Corn Chowder Beet Salad

Gold, and red, watercress, Boursin croquette, herb vinaigrette

Tempura Jumbo Shrimp

Three sauces – kim chi, miso, and fermented black beans

Pounded Tuna

Foie gras torchon, sea salt, chives and EVOO

(Wine Choice of)

(Piper Sonoma, Blanc de Blanc–August Kesseler, Riesling–Barone Fini, Merlot, Italy)


(Choice of )

Ginger, Miso, White Soy Marinated Line Caught Swordfish

basmati rice, cashew, green Madras curry nage

Pan Seared Massachusetts Diver Scallops

Tarragon butternut squash risotto, thyme beurre blanc

Black Truffle Wrapped Monk Fish

Caramelized onion mashers, truffle butter, wild mushrooms

Grass Fed Filet Tenderloin

Sugar Snap Peas, Sauce Béarnaise

(Wine Choice of)

(Decoy Chardonnay, Sonoma– Troublemaker Rhone, Paso Robles– Kaiken Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina)


(Choice of )

Six Layer Chocolate Cake

Chocolate Mousse & velvety ganache

Coconut Cream Cake

Key Lime Pie

Graham cookie crust and meringue

(Wine Choice of)

(Carmes de Rieussec, Sauternes, France– Fonseca 2003 LBV Port)

20% gratuity will be added for parties of 6 or more.


Del Frisco’s Steakhouse. Chef David Holben has created a special menu for New Year’s Eve that includes classic starters like Shrimp Remoulade and Crab Cakes with Cajun Lobster Sauce. Then enjoy delicious aged beef and fresh seafood, among other entrees. Many of Del Frisco’s signature side dishes are on the special New Year’s Eve menu as well, including Spinach Supreme, Potato Au Gratin and Onion Rings. The restaurant will also be featuring a special Surf and Turf dish that evening – an 8-ounce Filet Mignon and 8-ounce Lobster Tail for $74. Along with a complimentary champagne toast at midnight, Del Frisco’s will also have live music.

Open 4 p.m.-“late.”


Dish. “Enjoy chef specials in addition to our regular seasonal American menu.  Seatings from 5 p.m. to midnight. Holiday craft cocktails from acclaimed barman Trevor Landry and limited edition Moet Imperial Gold Bottles.  Bottle service available.  Premium open bar available upon request for $50 per person from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. Dance the night away with special guest DJ Jose G.  Count down the New Year with a champagne toast, party favors and balloon drop. For reservations call 214-522-3474.”


Dream Cafe. Both locations are open New Year’s Day for brunch, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.


El Ranchito. El Ranchito is ringing in 2012 with a grand celebration on New Year’s Eve.  The restaurant will be open until 2 am, and patrons may order from their regular menu until 11:30 pm. Alebrije, a Mexican rock band that sings in Spanish and English, will be playing from 9 p.m. until 2 a.m.  Reservations are not required but are suggested for large parties.

Starting at 10 p.m. there will be a $10 cover charge for adults and a $5 cover charge for kids 12 and up.  Customers will receive party favors and complimentary champagne for adults, and as always the mariachis will be entertaining.

For parties arriving before 10 p.m. who are staying for the celebration, the cover will be added to their bill.  Contact El Ranchito at (214) 946-4238


Five Sixty.

NYE at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck

Guests at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck are invited to indulge in a five-course prix fixe dinner featuring a selection of chef Patton Robertson’s most delectable dishes. The celebratory evening will begin with a bang as diners enjoy dishes such as Wagyu Beef Tatake, Celeriac Soup, “Angry Style” Main Lobster and Seared Duck Breast and will finish with a champagne toast. The New Year’s Eve tasting menu is available at $175 a person, plus tax and gratuity. Optional wine pairings are available for an additional $50. Two seatings will be available, for reservations, please call 214.741.5560 or visit Guests who are dining at Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck can extend their New Year’s celebration in The Tower for $75 with complimentary valet included.

NYE in The Tower

Dallas partygoers are invited to celebrate the New Year at a private after party in the Five Sixty Tower. Guests will mix, mingle and nosh on an array of light bites by Five Sixty’s chef Patton Robertson including, Korean Style “Kalbi” Short Ribs, Lobster Spring Rolls, Steak with Spicy Harissa Satay and Hand-Rolled Sushi. DJs Jen Miller and Paul Paredes, named best DJ in Dallas by D Magazine in 2010 and 2011, will spin the party into the New Year as partygoers sip on all-inclusive cocktails or order from a select bottle service menu. At midnight, guests will welcome 2012 with a complimentary champagne toast while watching the fireworks display at Victory Park.

Tickets for the private after-party in The Tower, including complimentary valet, can be purchased in advance for $150 or at the door for $175. Please call 214.741.5560 to reserve a spot.


The Grape. Celebrate New Year’s Eve (Saturday, December 31) at The Grape Restaurant on Greenville Avenue.  Chef/Owner Brian C. Luscher and wife Courtney feature a prix fixe 3-course dinner for $65, with an option to add wine pairings ($20); beverages, tax and gratuity additional.  The last seating will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne and traditional party favors to help ring in the New Year!


The Grapevine Bar’s New Years Eve 2012 extravaganza! For one low price you get 7 drink tickets, a dinner buffet, great dance music all night, champagne toast at midnight, party hats and favors and at 1am we have a shuttle that will take you to a beautiful suite at a local hotel. Tickets are only $65/person or $80 at the door but we always sell out so get yours today! Reply to this email, contact us via our website or our facebook page to find out how to buy your ticket online. You can also call 214-522-8466. We also have a special group rate available at the hotel if you would like your own room.


The Grill on the Alley. Call for reservations.

First Course

Seafood Trio 
2oz Crab Cake, Day Boat Scallop, and a Grilled Jumbo Tiger Prawn Served with an Orange Fennel Beurre Blanc

Grilled D’Anjou Pear Salad
 Baby Greens, Endive, Apples, Roasted Walnuts, and Maytag Blue Cheese, Tossed in a Pear Vinaigrette, Topped with Grilled D’Anjou Pear

Lobster Risotto

Second Course

Parmesan Crusted Chilean Sea Bass

Seasoned with White Pepper, Paprika, Scallions and Parmesan Cheese Baked and Served with Mustard Sauce
Served with Grilled Vegetables

Australian Rack of Lamb
Double Cut Lamb Chops Marinated in Rosemary Herb Seasoning
Pan Seared and Roasted, Served with Yukon Gold Spinach Mashed Potatoes

Canadian Lobster Tail
 16 oz. Cold Water Lobster Tail
 Served with Drawn Butter and Shoestring Fries MKT

Bone-In Filet 
14oz Bone-In Filet Mignon Served with Shoestring Fries

Bone-In Rib Chop 
Grilled 24oz Prime Bone-In Rib Chop Served with Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes


Grand Marnier Crème Brulée
Traditional Vanilla Bean Custard with a hint of Grand Marnier, Topped with Sliced Strawberries, Whipped Cream and a Caramelized Sugar Top


Holy Grail Pub. Five courses. $65 per person.  For Reservations call 972-377-6633 or  email: [email protected]


Horne & Decker. Four courses, $65 (includes complimentary glass of champagne with dessert). Open New Year’s Day 11–3PM & 5–10P, and New Year’s Eve 5PM – 12AM

• Black eyed pea soup
• Popeye salad
• Salmon salad
• Caprese salad skewers

• Crab cakes
• Stuffed mushrooms
• Goat cheese & spinach ravioli
• Fried bacon wrapped shrimp with pepper jack cheese

• Cowboy Ribeye
• Filet & lobster tail
• Tiger prawns & potato cake with Sriracha butter sauce
• Pork osso buco

• German chocolate cake
• Fresh berries & crème fraiche
• White chocolate banana bread pudding


Hotel St. Germain. New Year’s Eve.  First Seating

6:00  or 6:30 Dinner Only

$95 per person

Second Seating

8:00-10:30 Dinner & Dancing

$160 per person

Join us for a sultry night of dinner and dancing as we ring in 2012! Enjoy a multi-course, gourmet menu with intimate dining by candlelight at your reserved table for the evening.

Dance the night away with the smoking hot R &B music of The Rob Holbert Band, in a bluesy nightclub atmosphere, Blues Brothers sunglasses and regalia will add to the festive ambiance.

A complimentary glass of champagne for the midnight countdown

will make for a memorable evening of great food, music and dancing.

Please call 214-871-2516 for reservations


Iron Cactus. “Roaring 20s” themed party with a live band and DJs on both dance floors. Ticket price includes beer, wine, light hors d’oeuvres, and a champagne toast at midnight. $70/person. Additional bottle service available.


Jasper’s. Ring in the New Year at Jasper’s with a special dinner prepared by Chef Kent Rathbun and his culinary team. Guests will enjoy a four-course feast featuring the restaurant’s “gourmet backyard cuisine” as they count down to 2012. Menu items include:

First Course

  • Cardamon-dill cured salmon with caraway blinis and preserved meyer lemon
  • Braised Niman Ranch pork-belly with whipped sweet potatoes and cherry-chipotle syrup
  • Risotto crusted rock shrimp-calamari with crispy artichokes, calabrese peppers and basil aioli
  • Duck confit ravioli with parsnip puree and thyme duck jus
  • Crispy oyster mini po’ boys with pickled red onions and dill-bell pepper remoulade

Second Course

  • Grilled chicken masa soup
  • Southwestern lobster chowder with lobster-yukon gold potato fritter
  • Jasper’s Caesar salad with focaccia croutons and roasted peppers
  • Jasper’s greens with roasted shallot vinaigrette and maytag blue cheese
  • “Chopped wedge” with smoked bacon and goat cheese ranch


Lemon-Pear Champagne Granita

Third Course

  • Pan seared John Dory with lobster mushroom risotto, braised fennel and lobster nage
  • Loch Duart Scottish salmon with Anson Mills farro, roasted butternut squash and golden beets
  • Grilled lamb sirloin with roasted baby carrots, beets, marble potatoes and whole grain mustard lamb jus
  • Bone-in Niman Ranch pork chop with brussels sprouts, sweet potato puree and cider-bacon demi
  • Hickory grilled Kansas City strip with roasted poblano-potato cakes, coriander hollandaise and guajillo salsa

Fourth Course

  • Grand Marnier-winter spice crème brulee with molasses-cinnamon gingersnap
  • Egg nog cheesecake with toasted walnut-spice caramel
  • Dark espresso tiramisu with marble chocolate cigarette
  • Dark chocolate-cherry layer cake with vanilla ice cream and spiced blood orange coulis

Some Jasper’s favorites and sides will be available for an additional charge, including the house-made Italian sausage pizza, maytag blue cheese potato chips and bourbon creamed corn.

When:            December 31, 2011

Cost:            5pm – 6:30pm: $55 per person

7pm – 11pm: $75 per person


Komali. Ring in the New Year at Komali Restaurant, the popular contemporary Mexican restaurant in Uptown.  A regular a la carte menu as well as a special three-course menu of Goat Cheese Crepe, Mulato chili relleno with roasted Muscovy duck, and mixiote of roasted pears with cheese pastry and rum vanilla ice cream @ $65.00 per person (plus tax and tip) will be available.  Beverages extra.    The restaurant will be open for normal operating hours with the last seating beginning at 11:00 PM.  There will be a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.  Reservations suggested.  Komali will be closed Dec. 24, 25, Jan. 1st. For reservations call 214-525-0200.  4152 Cole Ave.


La Duni. Celebrate Latin style with a four-course dinner at two locations La Duni Latin Café at McKinney Ave. and La DUNI Latin Kitchen at Oak Lawn Ave.  With seatings every 30 minutes, 6 pm-10:30 pm, La Duni offers a four-course dinner that includes a champagne toast for $49.94 per person (other beverages, tax, tip extra).  Reservations required.  50% cancellation fee after Dec. 26th. if table is not resold.


The Landmark Restaurant at the Warwick Melrose Hotel. “Spend your last meal of 2011 at our New Year’s Eve Dinner, dining on our decadent dishes. Start off with lobster bisque with claw meat relish, before moving on to apricot glazed quail breast with toasted quinoa or artisan greens salad with cucumber, cherry tomatoes, and spicy pecans. Choose from three delicious entrees, including the grilled angus filet with truffle butter, heirloom carrots, and portabella mushroom ravioli, and top it off with one of our great desserts, and of course, a champagne toast. For reservations, call 214.224.3152 or visit Cost is $85 per person (tax and gratuity not included).”


Lonesome Dove. Dec. 30 and 31. 7 Course Dinner – $95 per person plus tax and gratuity. Call for reservations. Dec. 31 – 4 Course Lunch – $65 per person plus tax and gratuity. Closed Jan. 1.


Marquee Grill. Nine course tasting menu ($295/person. Two seatings, 40 people each) or the “Ultimate New Year’s Eve Celebration” which includes a premium open bar, passed appetizers, a sushi bar, a dessert bar, a balloon drop, DJ, dance floor, and party favors ($195/person, limit 250 people).


The Mason Bar. Chef DAT and Brandt Wood present an unforgettable night at a brand new establishment! You will be the first exclusive guests to dine at The Mason Bar on NYE! The venue will open to the public mid-January @ 2701 Guillot St. TO RSVP please email: [email protected]

$125/person or $250/couple w/ complimentary bottle of Champagne

7:30pm Arrival, 8:30pm dinner service, dancing and celebrating into 2012!


Hot Potato, Cold Potato

black winter truffle, osetra caviar


Lobster Caesar

spanish anchovies, grilled cornbread


Seared Hawaiian Walu

ramp fried rice, absinthe butter, fingerlimes “citrus caviar”


Duck Confit & Foie Gras

cauliflower puree, smoked fig, sauternes butter


Pistachio Butter & Chocolate Pot de Creme

wild huckleberries, black garlic

David Anthony Temple

The Mason Bar



Meddlesome Moth. Open Saturday, Dec. 31, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. “New Year’s Eve will feature the Moth’s small plate menu, as well as several holiday specials prepared by chef Otsuki. There also will be an impressive selection of rare and vintage beer tappings staggered throughout the evening. The three holiday dining specials include:

  • Oysters and Pearls – a dozen oysters on the half shell served with caviar
  • Whole-roasted Maine lobster stuffed with roasted carnival cauliflower and saffron foam
  • Rack of New Zealand lamb with roasted root vegetables”

Beer tappings: “A 9 p.m. tapping of Deschutes Black Butte XXIII, an oak-aged Imperial Porter; a 10 p.m. tapping of Bière De L’Amitié, a collaboration between Green Flash Brewing and Brasserie St. Feuillien; and an 11 p.m. tapping of Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA, an 18-percent ABV Imperial IPA, which the brewery calls the Holy Grail for Hopheads.”


Mignon. Three courses, $69.95 per person plus tax and a 20% gratuity. Seating 4:30-11 p.m.


Please select one of the following

  • Petit Boston Bibb salad with Granny Smith apples, candied walnuts, blue cheese and grain mustard vinaigrette
  • Lump crab cake with braised fennel, tomato confit & lobster sauce
  • Hearts of Romaine Caesar salad with brioche croutons & shaved Parmesan
  • Shrimp cocktail with cucumber, grape tomato, chives, and cocktail sauce

Lobster bisque


Please select one of the following

  • Pan roasted Atlantic salmon, creamed white corn, spinach, bacon & balsamic butter
  • Seared Maine diver scallops roasted jumbo asparagus, oven cured tomatoes & peppered goat cheese
  • Mint-crusted rack of lamb 14oz, white cheddar and dino kale with Port wine balsamic figs
  • Prime filet “au poivre” 8oz with forest mushroom, spinach & red wine risotto with peppercorn brandy sauce
  • Roasted Chilean sea bass with potato-chive raviolis, roasted baby artichokes & black truffle jus
  • Prime grilled ribeye, bleu cheese and walnut gratin, vanilla Port and balsamic reductions, truffle potato wedges


Please select one of the following

  • Cinnamon & white chocolate crème brulée
  • Molten chocolate cake with Strawberry ice cream
  • White chocolate & Grand Marnier bread pudding and Butter pecan ice cream


Nana. New Year’s Eve dinner options.

Early Seating 5:30PM – 8:30PM

$95 per person

Enjoy a delicious five-course dinner prepared by Nana’s Executive Chef, Anthony Bombaci.

Main Seating 9:00PM – 2:00AM

$195 per person

Feast on Executive Chef Anthony Bombaci’s elaborate eight-course dinner and enjoy a bottle of Moet Imperial champagne before dancing to live music by WT Greer and experiencing our New Year’s Eve balloon drop. Limit one bottle of champagne per couple. Party favors will also be provided.

Buffet in the Bar 8:30PM – 2:00AM

$95 per person

Mix and mingle at the Nana bar over an expansive New Year’s buffet and a flute of Moet Imperial champagne to toast the New Year. While dancing to live music by WT Greer, you will be able to experience our New Year’s Eve balloon drop. Party favors will also be provided.


Nobu. $130 prix fixe dinner, or order off the à la carte menu.


Nosh Euro Bistro. New Year’s Eve dinner. Four courses, $99, reservations required, includes one glass of champagne.

Amuse Bouche

Warm Cauliflower Soup, smoked scallop and brown butter

Select Appetizer

Pear and Endive Salad, blue cheese, frisée and fried shallots

Nantucket Bay Scallop Crudo, tomato, arugula and truffled cucumber gazpacho

Ahi Tuna Tartare, asian pear, avocado and puffed rice

Smoked Bacon wrapped Native Quail, savory bread pudding, malt vinegar gastrique and caramelized pearl onions

Seared Hudson Valley Foie Gras, duck confit and black mission fig confiture (add glass of Chateau Cantegril Sauternes $9)

Kobe Meat Balls, black truffle bernaise

Select Entree

Pan Roasted “Loch Duart” Salmon roasted brussel sprouts, marble potatoes, pancetta and whole grain mustard jus

Rabbit and Maine Lobster Fricasse, foie gras and maitake mushrooms

Grilled Beef Tenderloin cauliflower leek mash, watercress and black truffle jus (add Maine Lobster Tail $19)

Mixed Grill – Brochette a la Greek with Lamb Chop, ratatouille and kobe beef parsillade

Espresso Braised Beef Short Ribs, yellow cheddar grits and cured tomatoes


Degustation for Two

Join us at our new location in
“Plano” for New Year’s Eve

3 Seatings Now Available

4 Courses $99

Complimentary Glass of Champagne

Call for Reservations Today 972.612.3200 or Open Table on our website

4701 W. Park Blvd, Suite 101, Plano, TX  75093
Menu posted on website


Oak. Newly open in the Design District. Offering a New Year’s Eve Six Course Dinner Menu with Champagne Toast, Saturday * December 31, 2011, Late Seating – $85


Smoked sturgeon |american caviar, chive crepe


Veal Schnitzel |cucumber salad, bibb lettuce, lingonberry


Pumpkin Risotto |ginger, oregon truffle


Main Act 1

Mediterranean Bronzino |artichoke, tomato confit, white anchovy vinaigrette, chorizo

Main Act 2

Braised Waygu Beef |foie gras, brown butter celery root, pickled heirloom carrot


Red Velvet Pyramid |chocolate mousse, cream cheese ice cream, pink peppercorn ganache with a champagne toast!


One Arts Plaza, the Arts District eatery two blocks from McKinney Ave., is

celebrating the new year with delicious food, fun and of course, champagne!

Screen Door 214-720-9111

The Screen Door will feature a special New Year’s Eve menu with entrees like

Grilled Scottish Salmon. Champagne deals will also be available and Screen Door

cocktails like a Skinny Celebration Margarita!

The Commissary 214-643-6557

The Commissary will be closed 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. with a special four-course

chef tasting menu available. Seating is available for purchase at $75 per person, or

$125 per person including wine pairings.

Fedora 214-999-0009

Fedora will host a Pre-2012 dinner celebration including door prizes, a wine

tasting at 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. with Elie Cohn; professional photography,

music with the Tri-Tones. Dining features include wine pairings and chef feature:

Classic Northern Italian Branzino (en Papillote style).

Jorge’s 214-720-2211

Jorge’s will serve a complimentary champagne toast at midnight and a

complimentary a glass of champagne with dinner from 5:00 p.m. to close. The

regular menu will be featured as well as chef specials for the evening.

Tei An 214-220-2828

Tei An will offer the regular menu.

Friday, December 31

5:00 p.m. until the early hours of 2011!

One Arts Plaza is conveniently located north of downtown Dallas in the heart

of the Arts District (between Ross Ave & Woodall Rodgers Freeway)

1722 Routh St.

Dallas, TX 75201

For more information about One Arts Plaza, please visit

or contact Emily Dickens at 903-948-8484. Reservations are recommended for

New Year’s Eve. For more information about New Year’s Eve specials, please

visit the restaurant’s website or call the phone number provided for each



Located in the heart of Dallas Arts District at the end of Flora Street (1722 Routh Street), One

Arts Plaza is a downtown destination for luxury urban living, business, dining and

entertainment. The $125 million multiuse structure is the first of three buildings located on 10

acres in the downtown Dallas Arts District. Restaurants include Fedora Restaurant and Lounge,

Jorge’s Tex-Mex Café, Screen Door, and Tei-An.

For more information about One Arts Plaza visit or You can also become a fan of One Arts Plaza on Facebook and

follow One Arts Plaza on Twitter @OneArtsPlaza.


Pho Colonial (downtown location). Open on New Year’s Day for those in need of a hangover cure. The first 50 guests will receive a gift certificate for $5 to use on a future purchase.  Full menu is available. New Year’s Day hours of operation are from 10 a.m. –3 p.m.


Private Social. “The chic evening will feature a decadent six-course dinner, wine pairings, specialty cocktails, and live music. Highlights from the prix fixe menu include warm lobster cake with coconut and lemongrass broth, duck and foie ravioli, and Chianti braised short ribs.  In addition to Chef Derry’s locally sourced eats, specialty cocktails crafted by barman Rocco Milano will be on offer. Dinner is priced at $125 per person, with wine pairings or Rocco’s cocktail pairings at $175 per person, plus tax and gratuity. To make reservations, please call 214.754.4744.” Open 5 p.m.-10 p.m.


Nantucket Bay Scallops

Serrano Ham, Wasabi Greens, Kumquat


Warm Lobster “Cake”

Coconut and Lemongrass Broth, Avocado, Cilantro

Garden Gimlet – Hendricks, Fresh Lime Juice, Lemongrass syrup, Basil, Cilantro


Duck & Foie Ravioli

Butternut Squash, Lambs Lettuce, Marsala

Cognac Cobbler – Hennessy VS, Lemon Juice, Simple syrup, Topped with a Mix of Seasonal Berries


Norwegian Halibut

Artichoke Barigoule, Chorizo Tomato Sauce, Fennel Salad

Bitter Italian – Zucca, Dimmi, Sun Dried Tomato Water, Grapefruit


Chianti Braised Short Ribs

Polenta, Red Cabbage, Figs

Poisoned Apple – Lairds 7.5 Year Old Apple Brandy, Dark Cherry Balsamic, Swedish Berb Bitters, Tennyson Absinthe


Poached Pear and Goat Cheese Crostini


Chocolate Surprise

Guatemalan Chel – Ron Zacapa Infused with Figs and Cinnamon, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, Vanilla Ice Cream


The Pyramid Restaurant & Bar. Ring in 2012 with a decadent New Year’s Eve dinner Prepared by Executive Chef André Natera, this savory five-course menu includes sophisticated yet simple dishes seasoned with herbs grown in The Fairmont Dallas’

3,000 square-foot rooftop garden. On New Year’s Day, The Pyramid Restaurant & Bar will be open for regular hours of operation.

New Year’s Eve at The Pyramid Restaurant & Bar

Dinner Menu $95

Chef’s Amuse Bouche

Celery Root Veloute, Chanterelles, Spanish Chorizo and Smoked Olive Oil

Lobster Agnolotti with Lobster Sauce and Roasted Carrots

Blood Orange Sorbet

Beef Tenderloin Oscar, Foie Gras Sabayon, Root Vegetables, & Smoked Cauliflower Puree

Chocolate Mint Pomegranate Pavé, Pomegranate Ice Cream

For more information about New Year’s Eve dining at The Pyramid Restaurant & Bar, please call

214.720.5249 or visit

Rohst. Seatings at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. “$49 per guest, tax, gratuity and beverages are additional. The prix-fixe, four-course dinner with choices in each course will showcase off-the-menu specials as well as house favorites like the Seared Tuna Salad, Korean BBQ Meatballs and Spinach Shrimp Rolls. The meal concludes with a champagne toast and a house special dessert of choice.”


Salum. Abraham Salum invites celebrants to enjoy the option of regular a la carte service or a special three-course dinner including Serrano ham wrapped monkfish, roasted venison loin, and chocolate napoleon @ $75.00 per person (plus tax and gratuity).  Beverages extra.  The restaurant will be open for normal operating hours with the last seating beginning at 11:00 PM.  There will be a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.  Reservations encouraged. Salum will be closed Dec. 24, 25, Jan. 1st.   For reservations call 214-252-9604. 4152 Cole Ave. (at Fitzhugh).


The Second Floor. New Year’s Eve: $75 per adult/ $25 for wine pairings. 4 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

New Year’s Eve

first course

  • bresola cherry salad, French bleu cheese, sherry vinegar
  • shrimp bisque, caviar crème fraiche, chervil
  • smoked duck ravioli, ricotta, raisins, brown butter

second course

  • diver scallops, truffles, cauliflower, beets
  • pork tenderloin, green lentils, morels, braised greens
  • filet of beef, foie gras gnocchi, haricot verts

third course

  • turtle bomb, caramel mousse, brownie
  • meyer lemon panna cotta, champagne froth, raspberries
  • trio of sorbets, lemon berry, honeydew, cranberry


Sevy’s Grill. “It’s been a tough year so kick back, relax and let Sevy’s Grill staff pamper you with warm professional service and great tasting food!  On Saturday, December 31st we will offer a Three Course Menu from 5:00 – 7:00 pm for $49.95. Available from 5:00 – 11:00 pm is our special Four Course Dinner Menu for $69.95. Maine Lobster, Kobe Skewers, Tender Lamb Chops and Godiva Chocolate will be just some of the selections.”


Shinsei. Beginning December 31st at 10 p.m., guests will say goodbye to 2011 in the Shinsei Lounge while enjoying specialty cocktails and high-energy music from DJ Steffi. Unlike most New Year’s Eve parties, Shinsei is charging no entrance fee, so bring all your favorite people to clink glasses as we count down to 2012. In addition to the Shinsei Lounge party, the restaurant is offering its regular dinner service in the main dining area. With dishes like lobster tacos, coconut chicken jalapeno poppers, citrus-braised short ribs and pan-seared scallops – plus a full sushi menu – eating at Shinsei is a great way to kick off your New Year’s Eve. Make a night of it; fortify yourself with a delicious dinner, and then saunter over to the lounge for drinks and dancing. To ensure your spot at Shinsei’s New Year’s Eve festivities, reservations are suggested and can be obtained by calling 214-352-0005.

Social 121. “We will be having 2 seatings for dinner, at 5:30 and 7:30 $65 + tax and gratuity per person, menu below! Join us for dinner and attend our NYE Ball with no cover! After, Social 121 will be having the biggest party in the Metroplex with our NYE Ball! Come dance the night away with a special video set by DJ Al Tadeo! Complimentary champagne toast and party favors at midnight! $20 ticket presale, $25 at the door. Call 972-377-2500 for more info and reservations!”

Steel. Ring in 2012 at Steel, Dallas’ renowned sushi restaurant and lounge.  Enjoy a festive four-course dinner, choosing from two New Year’s Eve seatings: early seating beings at 5:30 p.m. for $55 per person; with the second seating beginning at 7:00 p.m. for $85 per person, including a champagne toast.

New Year’s Eve diners can create their ultimate celebratory meal from the following menu:


Tropical Sashimi

yellow tail sashimi, seaweed salad, mango salsa & spicy chili-garlic sauce

Asian Crab Cake

sweet coleslaw, spicy aioli

Beef Tataki

thinly sliced seared beef tenderloin with cracked black pepper & Sriracha, yuzu-garlic soy sauce

2nd Course

Cream of Artichoke Soup

crème fraiche & Ikura caviar

Gravlox Salad

house cured salmon, baby lettuces, red onion, cucumber ribbons with rice wine vinaigrette

Malaysian Tamarind Soup

slightly tart Asian broth with swordfish, honshimenji mushrooms & scallions


Lemon-Basil Sorbet with Prosecco

3rd Course

Sushi Bar Tasting Plate

combination of sashimi, nigiri sushi and spicy tuna hand roll

Chilean Seabass

marinated in miso & sake, mussels & clams in a miso broth

Duck Breast

caramelized duck with figs & beurre rouge, stir fried vegetables

Ribeye Steak

grilled beef topped with crab meat, asparagus & béarnaise, mashed “Lyonnaise” potatoes

Veal Medallions

pan seared with a light chanterelle cream sauce, baby carrots & haricot vert


Cinnamon Crème Brulee

poached Asian pear

Chocolate Lava Cake

sea salt caramel sauce & Henry’s vanilla ice cream

Passion Fruit Mousse

tropical fruit


Sullivan’s Steakhouse. “Start with an appetizer of your choice, with options including a Chilled Seafood Tasting for two, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail, Seared Ahi Tuna, Jumbo Lump Crab cake, Calamari for two and Cheesesteak Egg Rolls. Then enjoy a choice of three salads or Shrimp and Lobster Bisque while your entrée is prepared. Sullivan’s will offer a choice from seven of its signature entrees including an eight-ounce Filet Mignon, 16-ounce Ribeye,  Triple Cut Lamb Chops and Roasted Chicken “Picatta Style” this New Year’s Eve. Finally, choose one of Sullivan’s signature sides to accompany your entrée and end your meal with one of our delicious desserts before you ring in the New Year.

In addition to the live jazz performed in the bar, Ringside will be open at 8:30 p.m. for you to dance the night away with the party-band Domino Effect. There will be a $25 cover charge to see Domino Effect perform in Ringside. However, there is no cover charge for guests dining at Sullivan’s on New Year’s Eve.

$59 for four-course dinner menu from 4 to 5:45 p.m.

$79 for four-course dinner menu from 6 p.m. to close

Price does not include alcohol, taxes and gratuity.”


Urban Taco Hosts New Years Day Brunch

Urban Taco will serve a New Years Day Brunch from noon to 4 PM on January 1, 2012 at their Uptown and Mockingbird Station locations. Diners can enjoy classic favorites like Chilaquiles, Huevos Rancheros and Breakfast Tacos.  Need a little hair-of-the-dog? Top off your first meal of 2012 with $5 margaritas and mojitos, half priced drafts, and $3 mimosas!


Urban Taco likes to refer to themselves as a “Modern Mexican Kitchen”.  They strive to showcase the diversity of Mexican ingredients by elevating classic cuisine in a contemporary, yet authentic way.  At the heart of the Urban Taco menu is the dedication to serving fresh, authentic ingredients with everything made from scratch – from salsas and sauces to marinades spices and rubs.  Another component to Urban Taco is their creative use of infused tequilas. Flavors change regularly using seasonal fruits, herbs and spices.  The restaurants offer a large selection of boutique tequilas from Mexico, Mexican beers, tasty sangrias and specialty handcrafted cocktails.

Dallas-based Urban Taco, was founded by Southern Methodist University graduate Markus Pineyro in 2007. In order to promote the expansion of the restaurant, Pineyro co-founded the Del Sur Restaurant Group with business partner and fellow restaurateur John E. Tuma in 2009 to serve as the parent company of Urban Taco.

Urban Taco Modern Mexican Kitchen:

Uptown, 3411 McKinney Ave, Dallas, Texas 75204, 214-922-7080.
San Antonio, 290 E. Basse Road, Ste. 105, San Antonio, Texas 78209, 210-332-5149

Urban Taco Modern Mexican Taqueria:

Mockingbird Station, 5331 E. Mockingbird Ln., Ste. 125, Dallas, Texas 75206, 214-823-4723

Urban Taco Exp:

DFW Airport, Terminal C22


Zanata. During the evening of reflection and celebration of the year past, and excitement about the year to come, the Zanata Plano team will provide three special seatings – 5:30,  7:30 and 9:30 p.m. –  to allow guests to spend time and enjoy every minute in relaxation.  Zanata Plano will also journey from the restaurant’s regular menu, serving just a  New Year’s Dinner Menu – three  courses from Executive Chef Jamie Samford and the Zanata Plano culinary team:

First Course

Maine Lobster Bisque, brie and pomtom toast


Winter Greens Salad escarole, endive, radicchio, celery, Texas grapefruit – local honey vinaigrette and toasted cashews

Main Course

Wood Oven Roasted Texas Redfish shell pea succotash, “casino” butter, crisp onion straws


Chianti Braised Angus Short Ribs truffled Yukon gold mashed potatoes, roasted baby carrots


Grilled Texas Quail Breast, root vegetable – foie gras hash, drunken black cherry reduction, rainbow micro greens


Vanilla Panna Cotta

roasted grapes, red zinfandel syrup, toasted walnuts


“Resolutions Tomorrow” Cupcake

chocolate cake, ganache, cream, curls & sauce

$50 per person, with wine pairings for an additional $15 and including a “blind” wine tasting with a chance to win a Zanata Plano gift card.

For guests who want to start their New Year’s celebration early, 5:30 p.m.  reservations will be offered at a special value of $40.

Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut and Nicolas Feuillatte Rosé will be featured at a super-wonderful New Year’s Midnight Toast at Zanata Plano, too.


Zen Sushi. New Year’s Eve à la carte menu; two seatings (6 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.).



Curried Kabocha Squash Soup

Sopa Maya Special

Chef’s Signature Sashimi Salad

Marinated Seaweed Salad with Snow Crab Leg


Boston Blue Point Oysters on the Half-Shell (4) with Yuzu Granita

Striped Sea Bass and Asian Pear Ceviche with Wonton Chips

Persimmon Braised Pork Belly Buns

Zen Bruschetta

Nouvelle Yellowtail Sashimi


Miso Marinated Black Cod / Sautéed Baby Bok Choy

Grilled Soy-Glazed Angus Beef Tenderloin / Asparagus Tempura

10 Oz Steamed Canadian Lobster Tail / Fingerlings / Japanese-Styled Slaw

Ginger and Brandy-Coated Duck Breast / Panko Japanese Eggplant

Mixed Sushi & Rolls

(1 pc Tuna, Yellowtail, Salmon, Super White, Spanish Mackerel, 4pc Xalapa, 4pc Tiger, 3pc Sakura)


(Whole Spanish Mackerel, Tuna, Yellowtail, Salmon)


Chocolate Souffle

Ginger Crème Brulee

Green Tea Panna Cotta

Kona Coffee Press


Zio Cecio. Zio Cecio Cucina Italiana, the new culinary venture by Chef Francesco Farris, will host a four course meal in celebration of New Year’s Eve. For $120, two patrons may choose a variety of delectable dishes from Chef Farris’ carefully crafted New Year’s Eve menu. (See full menu below for details.) Wine pairings and desserts will also be available for an additional charge. For more information or to make reservations please call the restaurant at (214) 351–1100.

Lentil Soup Served to Each Person

Choice of one for each person as a starter:

1.      Capesante Speziate in Guazzetto

–        Fresh Diver Scallop herbed and seared. Served with Mediterranean Gaspaeo

2.      Carpaccio Porcini e Parmiggiano

–        Thinly shaved beef filet mignon with fresh porcini mushrooms and Parmigiano Reggiano drizzled with first cold pressed zoll eyo

3.      Martini Alle Ostriche e Gamberi

–        Fresh Blue Point Oyster and sweet shrimp steamed and marinated, served cocktail style in an elegant martini glass

Choice of one for two people to share:

1.      Gnocchetti Sardi A Sugo di Cinghilae

–        Sardinian imported tear drop pasta with tip knife cut wild boar ragout

2.      Risotto con la Crema D’Aragosta

–        Italian hand picked carnaroli rice simmered with lobster and rom in a rosy, creamy sauce

3.      Pennette al Salmone e Vodka Nostrana

–        Penne pasta with smoked salmon and Texan vodka in a rosy sauce

Choice of one for each person as an entrée:

1.      Aragosta con Lettino Piccantino

–        Fresh lobster tail grilled and served over light spicy herbed pesto and spinach cake

2.      Filettino di Manzo con Coppola ai Funghi

–        Beef filet mignon topped with wild mushrooms and served with truffle potato lasagna

3.      Cosciotto di Castrato Brasato al Carignano

–        Lamb shank braised with Carignano wine and served with sweet mashed potatoes

4.      Messo Galletto al Forno con Patatine Arrosto

–        Half Cornish hen herbed and marinated overnight, then oven roasted and served with rosemary new potatoes


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