Where to Eat on New Year’s Eve in NYC – Hakkasan
3, 2, 1. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Bringing in the new year always holds so much promise. Whether your goal is to drop a few lbs., get that promotion you’ve been working so hard for at your job, or simply to do whatever makes you happy; when that big, glowing ball of lights finally drops down in the middle of Times Square, it’s like a metaphor for hitting the reset button on your life which provides an internal confidence that says “you can do whatever you put your mind to in the upcoming year”.
And with the New Year obviously comes festivities. Good food, perhaps some champagne, and most of all, being with the people you care most about. So when you’re looking to make dinner plans in a desperate act to keep yourself awake until midnight this year, consider Hakkasan.
Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, Hakkasan is the perfect place to dine in celebration of New Year’s Eve 2016. An ultra-luxurious $168 prix-fixe menu is available in both meat and vegetarian style, and is designed to be shared.
The meal starts with their signature Hakka Steamed Dim Sum Platter, Crispy Duck Salad, and tasty Guilin Fried Quail with Lemongrass. Decadent main courses include Foie Gras Pipa Duck and Seared Wagyu Beef, while those who opt for a meat-free menu will indulge in Four Style Vegetable in Sweet Szechuan Sauce, signature Hakka Noodles, and Vegetarian Chicken in Black Pepper Sauce. The robust wine list as well as the restaurant’s extensive rare spirits collection (including the trendy Baijiu, sake, and Japanese whiskies) make Hakkasan a great place to indulge and celebrate in NYC!