NYE IN NYC: THE #ATTACHÉAPPROVED GUIDE / by Brackett Bilodeau

Image courtesy of The NoMad Hotel

Image courtesy of The NoMad Hotel

Forget Times Square -- these NYC staples are the way to go this New Year’s Eve. With the champagne flowing freely and a bounty of NYC’s best in festive bites, there’s no better way to watch the clock strike midnight.


THE KING’S WINTER MASQUERADE AT THE MCKITTRICK HOTEL

There’s nothing quite like ringing in the new year with a majestic masquerade. Head to the McKittrick Hotel draped in black, gold, or silver attire for a royal feast fit for a king or queen, and look forward to live performances into the wee hours of morning.

530 West 27th Streets between 10th and 11th Avenues


DIRTY FRENCH

One of our favorite Major Food Group establishments will be showcasing a specialized menu to close out 2015 on a haute note. Diners can choose from two seatings, both complete with family-style French classics like dry-aged ribeye, foie gras terrine, and more. Top off the the night (or morning) with a decadent slice of baba au rhum.

180 Ludlow Street between East Houston and Stanton Streets


NOMAD BAR

Feeling like a casually fancy fête? Head on over to the NoMad for a celebration that we can confidently say will feature the . Don’t miss out on the open bar or snag some rotating hors d'oeuvres including the fan favorite dry-aged burger and hamachi with rice and horseradish.

10 West 28th Street between 5th Avenue and Broadway


CARBONE

Ring in the the New Year Italian-style at the godfather of NYC dining. With a healthy mix of staples and holiday specials, the five-course menu (served in two seatings) will take holiday dining to new heights.

181 Thompson Street between Houston and Bleecker Streets


THE PLAZA

Toast to 2016 with the The Plaza’s exclusive New Year’s Eve package -- this offer includes one-night luxury accommodations for two, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the lush Palm Court, and last but not least, a grand dinner by chef Geoffrey Zakarian. Bonus: live music and bubbly all around. Ok, the last one was a given.


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