New Year’s Eve 2016 “Eating for Good Luck”

Another year has come to a close and we can’t think of better way to celebrate than with all of you!
Our annual New Year’s Eve is the best party in town featuring a four course wine dinner, champagne toast and balloon drop at midnight.

Each year around the world, different cultures practice various traditions to welcome the new year.
It is these traditions that have inspired our New Year’s Eve menu. We hope these dishes bring you health, luck & prosperity in 2017.

Eating for Good Luck

Course 1

seared opah, soba noodles, black garlic pho broth,
warm pickled fennel & onion, tarragon, kumquat-rye cracker
Saint-Hilaire, Brut, Limoux, France, 2014

Course 2

pork dumpling with collard greens, potato, gruyere,
mustard-soy dipping sauce
Georges Skouras, Mascofilero, Peloponnese, Greece, 2015

 Course 3

fresno chile & cilantro rubbed colorado lamb, carrot-ginger puree,
orange-brown butter mushrooms, baby greens
Chateau de Sours, La Fleur d’Amelie, Bordeaux, France, 2012

Course 4

blood orange upside down cake, mascarpone mousse,
pistachio crumb, passionfruit curd
Biutiful, Brut Rosé Cava, Spain, NV


We look forward to 2017 with great anticipation & excitement.

We can’t thank enough: our staff, our local suppliers, and our guests for their continued support.

We hope to see you all in 2017!


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