Last-minute ideas for New Year’s Eve

Posted on 29 Dec 2014 at 9:40am

toast copyStill trying to figure out what to do on Wednesday night? Consider these food, drink and party options.

RESTAURANTS

Dish: Offering a $60 prix fixe mention with optional wine pairings and champagne toast at midnight. Dish-Dallas.com. …

Steel: Two seatings — early (5:30–6:45 p.m.) for three-course dinner ($50) and gala (7–11 p.m.) for four-course dinner ($80), plus a DJ until close. SteelSushi.com. …

Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck: Two ways to celebrate are a five-course dinner in the dining room, 5:30–8:30 p.m. ($200, plus $75 for optional wine pairings; available at OpenTable.com) or a private party hosted in the new Cloud Nine party level ($200, at EventBrite.com). …

SER: Two ways to party — a six-course dinner ($175) starting at 7 p.m., and a floor-wide party ($75 cover) starting at 10:30 p.m. with awesome city views. …

Malai Kitchen: The West Village eatery features a five-course chef’s tasting menu plus complimentary glass of bubbly for $44, as well as a full selection of menu items. …

Abacus: Kent Rathbun’s Uptown eatery has two seatings (5–7 p.m. for $90, 7 p.m. on for $125) for New Year’s Eve. …

Stephan Pyles: Two seatings — 6–7 p.m., four courses, $95, and 9–10 p.m., five courses, $145. …

Stampede 66: Three seatings from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., from $65–$85, with live music. …

San Salvaje: Also three seatings from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., all three course dinners, from $50–$75. …

El Ranchito: Give your last night of 2014 a Latin flavor with this soiree featuring Elvis impersonator Johnny Lovett; $10 cover. ElRanchito-Dallas.com.

CLUBS

Panoptikon’s New Year’s Masquerade: The Swiss Avenue venue glams it up, with doors open at 8 p.m. PanoptikonDallas.com. …

LeVu: Recording artist JES performs at the Deep Ellum disco. LeVuDallas.com. …

W Hotel: Get great views of the new year at Altitude in Victory Park. General admission: $50 (VIP packages starting at $1,000). …

Club Dallas: The party begins at 11 p.m., with a champagne toast at midnight.

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