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The best of Pittsburgh’s New Year’s Eve dining events

By December 26, 2018 No Comments

By Haley Frederick
Pittsburgh Current Staff Writer
haley@pittsburghcurrent.com

Most people think the best part of New Year’s Eve happens at midnight, but before you head out to ring in the New Year, there are plenty of places offering a year-end dining experience.

Ace Hotel

Whitfield’s James Beard award nominated Chef Casey Renee will be serving up delectable sweet and savory pastries at a New Year’s English tea service on Dec. 29 at 4 p.m. The ballroom will be adorned by 4121 Main’s event designer Thommy Conroy. If a daytime celebration is your preference, this is the event for you. Tickets are $50.

The Abbey on Butler Street

A ticket to “The Last Supper” of 2018 at The Abbey also gets you into their Bohemian Rhapsody New Year’s Eve party. The four-course, prix fixe dinner features dishes like lobster and crab paella, lamb shank cassoulet, and beat and sweet potato gnocchi. The meal starts at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $100.

Acorn

Shadyside Acorn is preparing a six-course, prix-fixe New Year’s meal for $110 per person. On Dec. 31, there will be a 6:30 p.m. seating and an 8:30 p.m. seating. To keep an element of surprise, the full menu won’t be released before the dinner, but a few of the dishes are dry aged duck, tartar and lobster with escargot. There is also the option to add a 5-course wine pairing for an additional $40.

Altius

Spending New Year’s Eve at Altius won’t just get you an exceptional meal, you’ll also have a picturesque view of the city. The prix-fixe $125 menu features starters like Lobster Thermidor or charcuterie. Entree options include rack of lamb, scallops, sea bass or veal tenderloin.

Eleven

Eleven is offering a New Year’s Eve tasting menu of five courses, each featuring two options for diners to choose between. There will be oysters, tartar, poke, cavatelli, strip steak and trout. Dinner is $85 with the option to add wine pairings for $50.  

Revival on Lincoln

Dine inside this recently remodelled 116 year old Bellevue house at any of three seatings on Dec. 31, starting at 5:30, 7:30, or 9:30 p.m. The prix-fixe, three-course meal comes with wine pairings and Champagne for $80 a person. Entrees include pork osso bucco and roast duck, with table-side Bananas Foster.  

 

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