New Years Eve Dinners 2015

Enjoy one last amazing meal before welcoming 2015! Check out our list of the best places to enjoy New Year’s Eve dinner in the Valley!

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Different Pointe of View

Ring in 2015 with a backdrop of the most stunning views of the city skyline at Different Pointe of View. The iconic restaurant’s New Year’s Eve celebration begins with a five-course gourmet dinner that begins with choice of duck confit ravioli or crispy seared Berkshire pork belly, second course choice of fresh apple and micro arugula salad or roasted beet and mazuna salad, followed by a third course choice of lobster bisque or caramelized cauliflower cheddar bisque. The main entrée course includes a choice of applewood-smoked venison tenderloin, citrus sherry-poached Maine lobster, roasted tomato-crusted grilled Arizona filet or pan-seared sea bass, and for dessert choice of Tahitian vanilla bean crème brulee or midnight caramel crunch explosion. Dinner seatings 5 to 8 p.m. are available for $125 per person, and seatings 8 to 10 p.m. are available for $150 per person, with optional wine pairings available for $50 per person (pricing excludes tax and gratuity). Reservations are required and can be made by calling 602.866.6350.

Evo Scottsdale

Looking for a great meal before heading out in Old Town? Stop by Evo for their one-night only menu! Enjoy a first course of house favorites like carciofi, pork belly, EVO salad or clams and rock shrimp. Second course options are a choice between Duck Breast, Osso Bucco, Pappardelle Pasta, Heirloom Pomodoro Pasta or Calamari. Top this meal off with a dessert and you are ready to ring in the New Year! New Years Eve Dinner is $65 per person, and doors open at 4 p.m.

The Cultured Pearl

The Cultured Pearl Restaurant and Supper Club in Old Town Scottsdale is hosting a special New Year’s Eve dinner on December 31st. First seating will be 5pm to 8pm, with a 3 course dinner for $75. Second seating will be 9pm to midnight with a 5 course dinner, party favors and a champagne toast at midnight for $150. There will be live music and a DJ until 2am. Call 480.947.3275 for reservations.

Sassi Restaurant

New Year’s Eve is an annual tradition at Sassi with a special menu and wines, great live music and of course Prosecco and party hats at midnight! Early dinner reservations are $85 per person plus service charge and sales tax, menu includes cocktail hour in the bar with antipasti beginning at 5:30 and three course dinner. Additional cocktails or wine are additional and not included in the dinner price. Later reservations are $139 per person and include 5 courses. Cocktails, wine or other alcoholic beverages are additional and not included in dinner price. Prosecco at midnight is complimentary. Make reservations online at sassi.biz.

Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails

Four-Course New Year’s Eve Dinner at Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails $65 per person ($35++ optional cocktail or wine pairing) for this one of a kind menu. Dinner choices include Beef Short Rib, Prime New York Strip and Sea Bass. Reservations are required by calling 602.258.0231.

ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho

Ring in the New Year with a retro bash! DJ Mr. P-Body will be spinning tunes in the lobby from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Enjoy a four-course dinner in ZuZu paired with selections from Belvedere, Veuve Clicquot, and Moet & Chandon, then head to the rooftop at midnight for a festive toast to 2015. The first course is a choice of Seared Jumbo Scallop, Burrata, or Shrimp & Lobster Cake; the second course is a choice of Blue Crab Bisque or Kale Salad; the third course is a choice of Beef Short Rib & Blue Crab, Slow Roasted Veal Loin & Crisp Pork Belly, or Loch Duart Salmon & Prosciutto Wrapped Prawns; and dessert is a choice of Chocolate Crunch, Strawberry Trifle, or Crème Brulee. The 6:30 p.m. seating is $120 and the 9:30 p.m. seating is $150 (per person, plus tax and gratuity). Reservations can be made at HotelValleyHo.com or 480.421.7997.

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