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Dine and Toast to 2023 at These Dallas New Year’s Eve Celebrations

Opulent dining and bubbly guaranteed.
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As this year comes to a close, treat yourself to a decadent dinner or a lively party to ring in 2023.


The Beeman Hotel

The Beeman Hotel will have a midnight countdown party with a DJ, craft cocktails, and food from Seely’s Mill, its in-house barbecue restaurant. Tickets come with a bubbly toast at midnight. RSVP here, but be expected to pay for drinks and food. The Beeman Hotel, 6070 N. Central Expy 1000.

CANVAS Hotel Dallas

Catch a glimpse of the fireworks from the roof of CANVAS Dallas in he Cedars. The theme is ”a night in Hollywood.” Tickets are $100 and includes access to a snack bar and a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets are available here. CANVAS Hotel Dallas, 1325 Botham Jean Blvd.

Dragonfly at Hotel ZaZa

Dragonfly, the restaurant at Hotel ZaZa, is hosting a glitzy party that will feature a live DJ, specialty cocktails, bites, and a midnight countdown. The party starts at 10 p.m. and will run through 2 a.m. Tickets are $125 each.  Hotel ZaZa Dallas Uptown, 2332 Leonard St.

The IVY Tavern

The IVY Tavern is hosting a New Year’s Eve party with a DJ and plenty of drinks. There are three tiers of packages to ring in the new year, which range from $150 to $500 per table and include some bubbly and food. Reservations start at 9 p.m. and can be made by emailing [email protected]. Walk-ins are also welcome. The IVY Tavern, 5334 Lemmon Ave.

Hotel ZaZa


The sky-high dining restaurant will transform into a circus-themed room oozing with opulence. Five hours of an open bar, food stations, and champagne toasts run a cool $500 for this New Year’s Eve celebration. Tickets can be purchased here. Monarch Dallas, 1401 Elm St., 49th Floor.

The Statler

The downtown Dallas hotel is hosting the Royal Masquerade Ball on New Year’s Eve. Dress in your favorite cocktail attire and choose from three celebration packages that will include access to the open bar and small bites. Tickets start at $150. The Statler, 1914 Commerce St.


Apothecary and Rye

Apothecary and Rye, two separate sister restaurants, are each hosting a New Year’s Eve dinner with a seven-course tasting menu with the option to add on cocktails and wine. The menus include foie gras au torchon “pineapple upside down cake”, goat cheese and beet marinara lasagna, wagyu steak with pork belly-smoked gouda mornay, and more. $145 per person. Reservations available on Tock for Rye and Apothecary. Apothecary, 1922 Greenville Ave.; Rye, 1920 Greenville Ave.

CBD Provisions

For $75 a person, enjoy a three-course menu with your choice of butter-grilled oysters, blue crab pasta, and steak. A glass of bubbly will be handed to you once you walk in. Reservations recommended. CBD Provisions, 1530 Main St., Ste. 100.

City Hall Bistro

The restaurant will feature a three-course menu with sparkling wine, winter squash bisque, sweet potato gnocchi, and lava cake. $90 per person. Reservations recommended. City Hall Bistro, 1321 Commerce St.

Te Deseo

Choose one of three seatings on New Year’s Eve and enjoy a fixed menu and complimentary champagne (but only for the 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. seatings). After dinner, folks can head to the Terraza, which will have an open bar, live music, and a champagne toast. Fixed menu is $95, and Terraza access is $75. Reservations recommended. De Teseo, 2700 Olive St.

Dolce Riviera

Celebrate with a prix-fixe menu for $95 that will also have the option for wine pairings. The regular menu will also be available for anyone wanting the usual Italian-inspired cuisine. Reservations recommended. Dolce Riviera, 2950 N. Harwood St., Ste. 115.

Elephant East

The Asian-inspired restaurant will have three seatings on New Year’s Eve and will feature a fixed menu that starts at $65 for the 6 p.m. seating. Reservations recommended. Elephant East, 2850 N. Harwood St., Ste. 120.

Courtesy of Elephant East


Enjoy a three-course dinner at Australian restaurant Georgie and get a bite of your choice of foie gras, seared scallops, Murray cod, or Spanish turbot. $150 per person. To make a reservation, call 469-466-8263, email [email protected], or book online. Georgie Dallas, 4514 Travis St., Ste. 132.

Knox Bistro

Dinner includes three courses with your choice of several dishes, including blue fin tuna crudo, braised scallops and mushrooms, and a decadent dessert. $125 per person. For reservations call 469-250-4007 or book on OpenTable. Knox Bistro, 3230 Knox St. Ste. 140.


Ring in the new year with LAW’s five-course menu featuring foie gras, squash mille-feuille, and prime filet with sauce bordelaise. End the meal with a chocolate raspberry baked Alaska. Dinner runs from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., so once it wraps up, head to OUTLAW Taproom for the countdown. $155 per person. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 972-717-2420. LAW, 4150 N MacArthur Blvd, Irving.

Le Bilboquet

Dine as the French do and enjoy a dinner with a heaping of choices, including classics like escargot, grilled quail, and apple tarte tartin. If you’re feeling extra fancy, add on caviar for an added cost. $150 per person. To make a reservation, call 469-730-2937 or book on OpenTable. Le Bilboquet, 4514 Travis St. Ste. 124.

Malai Kitchen

All Malai Kitchen locations will feature a specialty menu for New Year’s Eve and a New Year’s Day brunch that will include Thai chicken and waffles and Vietnamese street doughnuts. Malai Kitchen, multiple locations.

Mercat Bistro

The European-inspired cafe will have three fixed menu seatings starting at 5 p.m., with live music from Le Pomp Trio starting at 7 p.m. A complimentary champagne toast will be given to all guests. Starting at $65. Reservations recommended. Mercat Bistro, 2550 Harry Hines Blvd.


The Brazilian restaurant is hosting a New Year’s Eve dinner with a three-course prix fixe menu. Patrons can choose from cured shima aji, rice grits risotto, prime rib, and more. Add on a wine pairing, oysters, or caviar for an additional cost. $130 per person. Reservations can be made here. Meridian, 5650 Village Glen Dr.

Postino WineCafe

A “Boujee Board & Bottle” will be available for guests, which will include a board of bruschetta and a bottle of bubbles. Cocktail attire is encouraged. $75. Reservations recommended. Postino WineCafe, multiple locations.

Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar

Ring in the new year with a $75 three-course prix-fixe menu, live music, and a champagne toast. Reservations recommended. Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar, 2501 N. Harwood St.


A four-course meal with options like truffle mushroom arancini, tiger prawns, and passion fruit tiramisu are on Sassetta’s fixed menu for New Year’s Eve. A champagne bar will be available to ring in the new year. $140 per person. Reservations recommended. Sassetta, 1530 Main St.

Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill

A fixed menu includes entrée choices of sea scallops with lobster uni butter, cedar planked trout with salad, lobster thermidor, blackened grouper with shrimp etouffee, and flounder with crab Florentine. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. New Year’s Eve and will be $80 per person, with the option to add on wine pairings. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 972-473-2722 or visiting the Sea Breeze website. Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill, 4017 Preston Rd., Ste. 530.

SER Steak + Spirits 

SER is hosting its first New Year’s Eve party on the 27th floor of the Hilton Anatole, where patrons can enjoy an open bar, food stations, and a champagne toast. Party starts at 9 p.m., and tickets are $300 per person. SĒR Steak + Spirits, 2201 North Stemmons Fwy, 27th Floor. 


End the year with some fine dining courtesy of a four-course meal at Truluck’s. The New Year’s Eve menu includes scallops, sea bass, lobster, and more indulgent food. Add on champagne to toast the night away. $150 per person at the Southlake location and $175 at the Uptown location. Reservations recommended.  Truluck’s. 2401 McKinney Ave.; 1420 Plaza Plaza, Southlake.


Nataly Keomoungkhoun

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