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New Year's Eve dining in Las Vegas | 2018

Posted at 7:49 AM, Dec 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-30 12:03:42-05

Looking for a nice New Year's Eve dinner? We've got plenty of suggestions. Please be aware that most of these places require reservations.

Dive into Andiron Steak & Sea at Downtown Summerlin and end the year on a high note with a delicious deal. On New Year’s Eve, get ready to party starting at 8:30 p.m. for a New Year’s Eve Masquerade Party, back by popular demand, along with a four-course prix-fix menu for $95 per person. On New Year’s Day, celebrate early with a champagne brunch featuring seafood and a carving station.

Bacchanal Buffet will ring in the new year with a duo of lobster with seafood risotto and tenderloin of beef; espresso rubbed prime rib; seared foie gras topped with a raspberry gastrique; Yorkshire pudding; snow and king crab legs; jumbo ravioli with seafood cream; soft shell crab laksa and more—all in addition to the traditional offerings from the nine kitchens. New Year’s Eve dinner is $99.99 per person. Don’t miss the elevated New Year’s weekend brunch for $59.99.

Bailiwick All American Pub + Eatery at The Orleans is hosting a NYE Glow Party on Monday, Dec. 31 from 10 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. DJ Dela O will be spinning EDM and top hits throughout the night as guests party into the new year with drink specials, games, contests, party favors, Bailiwick’s photo booth and more. Tickets are $35 (tax and gratuity are not included).

Bistro 57’s New Year’s Eve menu will be available on Monday, Dec. 31 from 4 p.m. to close for $55 per person. The dinner will begin with a Boston lettuce and mushroom salad with herb vinaigrette and grilled flatbread with herb chevre spread. The main course will feature beef tenderloin marsala served with roasted Italian potatoes and baby carrots. For dessert, guests can delight in a mini gold leaf cannoli.

Ring in the New Year at The Black Sheep with a three-course, prix fixe dinner menu priced at $68 per person. First choice includes choice of cherrywood roasted quince salad, spotted sea trout crudo or Hudson Valley Foie Gras mousse on challah French toast. Specialty entrees include choice of seared U10 diver scallops with red snapper fume congee, peking duck leg with tamari vinaigrette, 12 oz. prime NY strip with ginger glaze sauce or vegan vietnamese steamed rices tamales with sweet potato red curry sauce. Dessert is choice of persimmon baguette bread pudding or baked alaska. Traditional wine pairing is available for an additional $30 per person and reserve wine pairing is available for an additional $50.

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Blue Ribbon’s New Year’s Eve celebration menu includes a raw bar platter complemented with a choice of chilled vodka or glass of champagne, followed by a choice of wedge salad or onion soup. Entrée options feature menu highlights, with a choice of Filet of Beef, Steamed Lobster, Paella Basquez or Rack of Lamb. For dessert, guests will enjoy a decadent chocolate fondue with chocolate bread pudding and fresh fruit. Cost is $185 per person. Seatings are at 5, 5:30, 9:30, 10 and 10:30 p.m. A la carte menu available upon request.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. will celebrate NYE with a full entree buffet and desert station, live DJ entertainment, open premium bar all night and hors d’oeuvres. $119.
Buddy V’s in Grand Canal Shoppes offers a special New Year’s Eve prix fixe menu for $65 per person, an optional wine pairing is $30 per person or guests can opt for a bottle of Prosecco for $20. Children 10 and under are $15.95. Menu highlights include lobster bisque, slow-braised beef short rib, truffle mashed potatoes and baked Alaska.

Cafe Americano rolling out a holiday menu consisting of your favorite breakfast, lunch and dinner classics for your delight. Enjoy fresh-squeezed juices, Benedicts, fresh salads, sandwiches, piled-high burgers and more with selections being offered from December 29th, 2018 to January 2nd, 2019. Whether you're gearing up from the festivities, winding down from the party or nursing your hangover, Cafe Americano has got you covered with fresh selections to start and finish off the year with a bang! Menus valid 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.

Center Cut’s at Flamingo Las Vegas specialty prix-fixe menu ($85 per person) features a four-course menu with choices for the appetizer and decadent entree.

Take a culinary trip through Mexico and China with China Poblano’s New Year’s Eve tasting menu. Guests will start with Morralito, traditional siu mai and snow pea leaf salad, followed by main course bites of Ron Cooper Oyster, Cochinita Tacos, Shrimp Mojo and Bistec con Mole Negro with sides of Twenty Vegetable Fried Rice and Mango Sticky Rice. Guests may choose to partake in the optional cocktail experience, featuring four unique cocktails inspired by Mexico and China. Cost is $70 per person. Add cocktail experience for $32 per person.

Cipriani Las Vegas is celebrating the new year with a special holiday menu featuring the restaurant's classic dishes, including carpaccio "alla Cipriani," homemade potato gnocchi "al Pomodoro," homemade uovo in raviolo with white truffle, and Chilean sea bass "alla Carlina" served with rice pilaf. With seatings at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., reservations are required. To book your dinner, please call (702) 770-7390.

Cucina by Wolfgang Puck located inside The Shops at Crystals will offer a delectable menu this New Year’s Eve as guests are welcomed to kick-off their festivities with a menu featuring Agnolotti all’anatra for $34, Branzino al sale for $62, Limoncello Panna Cotta for $12, and much more!

Dave & Buster’s will be hosting a Noon Year’s Eve party from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. on Dec. 31. Tickets are $25 per person and include a breakfast buffet, $10.00 power card for Ticket Games and Unlimited Video Game Play (non- ticket games) and a ginger ale toast at noon complete with ball drop celebrations. Tickets must be purchased.

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse will celebrate 2019 with a four-course meal. Menu highlights include chilled shrimp, lump crab cake, Wagyu carpaccio, ahi poke tuna, lobster bisque, Caesar salad, prime bone-in ribeye, 45-day dry-aged prime strip, filet mignon, 14-day dry-aged lamb, seared Chilean seabass, Ora King salmon, butter cake, lemon cake and more. The full course is $150 per guest, with available wine packages at $45 per guest.

Delmonico Steakhouse will celebrate New Year’s Eve from 5-10 p.m. with a la carte specials including sea scallops wellington ($30), stone crab claws (MP), American Wagyu coulotte steak ($65). olive oil poached sturgeon and caviar ($52), and Venezuelan chocolate mousse ($13).

DW Bistro is hosting its New Year’s Day Pajama Brunch – the perfect way to kick off 2019! Featuring Jerk Chicken and Waffles, the New-Jamaican Omelet and the New Mexican Slow Cooked Pork Omelet, DW Bistro’s brunch is a local’s favorite and a great first meal in the new year. With Pajama Brunch kicking off at 10am on January 1, guests can come after a good night’s sleep or straight from partying 2018 away. DW will keep the party going with bottomless mimosas and a DJ spinning top 40 tunes.

Celebrate the year in style and with delicious food and spirits at Forte Tapas. The restaurant’s NYE 2019 Soiree will kick off at 9pm and for $69 per person, guests will enjoy passed appetizers including Smoked Salmon Quiche, a trio of spreads on toast, Short Rib Montadito, Paella Valencia, Octopus & Garbanzo Panzanella, Charcoal Grilled Skewers, as well as Chocolate Ganache Bites, Lemon Tartlets and Caramel Corn Cones. A Champagne Fountain as well as select specialty cocktails, spirits, wine and beer are also included.

Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar will host a special Buon Anno Nuovo New Year’s Eve party featuring a four-course menu, midnight champagne toast, music and party favors for $195 per person. The menu will feature a variety of Italian favorites. A wine pairing is also available by owner Gino Ferraro for an additional $150. Seating begins at 9 p.m., and Ferraro’s will be open and serve the regular menu from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay offer Duck Confit Ravioli with butternut squash puree, chive oil, parmesan shavings; Butter Poached Lobster with pickled wheat berries, chanterelle mushrooms, chanterelle cream, charred scallions; Roasted Duck with parsnip puree, crisped leaks, currants, duck jus; Grilled Wagyu Filet with roasted yukon golds and foie butter; and lastly Chocolate Sphere guava mousse and caramelized white chocolate. The 6 p.m. seating includes the full menu, complimentary glass of champagne and 50 percent discount to the Foundation Room Lounge after the dining experience for $175 per person.

At GIADA at The Cromwell, guests can experience renowned chef Giada De Laurentiis’ California-Italian fare, amazing views and live entertainment beginning at 6 p.m. The multi-course prix fixe menu features decadent dishes such as beef carpaccio crostini, olive oil poached lobster or bone-in prime filet and an option for champagne and caviar for dessert. Guests can also order from the a la carte menu. Prix fixe menu is $250 per person. Beginning at 7 p.m., $200 per person. Beginning at 9 p.m., window seating is $300 per person.

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace is offering 3 seatings on New Years Eve. First seating from 3:30 to 7 p.m. is $175 per guest, $270 with wine; second seating is 7 to 9 p.m. for $250 per guest, $370 with wine pairing; and third seating is 9 to 11 p.m. for $400 per guest, $525 with wine pairing.

Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas is pulling out all the stops with a five-course prix fixe menu for $225 per person featuring an oyster and Scotch egg, seared scallops & lobster, American rib cap and ribeye, and a chocolate passion fruit coupe.

Hakkasan Las Vegas, located inside MGM Grand, will celebrate New Year’s Eve on Dec. 31 with a specialty gala dinner for its guests. The celebratory menu is priced at $188 per guest with seating availability at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., with a special seating for VIP nightclub guests at 8:30 p.m. The menu begins with a steamed dim sum platter, complete with abalone shumai, a steamed Chilean sea bass roll with oyster dressing, a black truffle river prawn dumpling, a lobster and Chinese chives dumpling, as well as a seared Boston scallop in light Szechuan pepper sauce with Tsar Nicoulai Reserve caviar. Following the first course, guests will enjoy a peking duck foie gras roll with cucumber and scallion. For the main course, guests will indulge in the wok fried lobster with sweet chili sauce, the wok seared Wagyu beef with bok choi and steamed lotus rice. For dessert, guests will enjoy a pecan & caramel delice, served with caramelized white chocolate and pecan mousse, vanilla cremeux and dulce de leche.

Hawthorn Grill at JW Marriott is offering a New Year’s Eve Dinner for $125 per person featuring Kumamoto oysters, crab bisque, lemon sorbet, red snapper, lamb porterhouse, Wagyu beef, Black Forest cake and more. The New Year’s Day brunch will feature seasonal fruits and berries, yogurts, cold and hot breakfast items, artisan cheeses, carving station and more for $34.99 per adult.

Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas will host an afternoon party and ball drop. Local headliner Murray Sawchuck will count down to midnight in Munich. A three-course meal will be served, which includes Graved Lachs (cured salmon on homemade Rösti served with creamy horseradish and dill), Hofbräuhaus Surf and Turf (seared beef tenderloin medallions and shrimp on green peppercorn sauce, served with au gratin potatoes and steamed broccoli), and Bavarian Cream with Marinated Berries.

Honey Salt is hosting a pajama brunch on New Years Day. Enjoy an a la carte brunch menu in your most comfortable attire.

Guests of Jaleo at The Cosmopolitan can enjoy a five-course meal of authentic Spanish tapas including cured Ibérico Pork Loin with pimenton and garlic, Oxtail Croqueta, and Rappahannock Oyster with royal ostera caviar and Ibérico bacon rounded out with chocolate cake. Jalèo will also offer a later-night menu of Spanish tapas designed to share with large parties. The plethora of bites include Iberico de Bellota Fermi and endive leaves filled with goat cheese, oranges, almonds and smoked trout roe, and “secret” skirt steak cut from the legendary black-footed pigs of Spain. Early dinner is $90 per person and late dinner is $150 per person.

Kitchen at Atomic will say buongiorno to 2019 with an “Inglorious New Year’s Eve” with Campari. $75 per person includes all you can drink cocktails from 8 p.m.-12:30 a.m. along with a caviar and champagne toast at midnight. Italian American dishes will be available for purchase as well.

Le Café Ile St. Louis at Paris Las Vegas will feature a $50 four-course prix fixe menu.

The celebration begins on Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. at Lucky’s Lounge located on Jones Boulevard, and continues through the midnight countdown until 1 a.m. Guests are invited to come early and indulge in $5 drink and shot specials, as well as a complimentary buffet available for the entirety of the party as revelers dance the night away accompanied by sounds from DJ C Boogie. And, of course, Lucky’s will commemorate the first few moments of 2019 with a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

Lupo by Wolfgang Puck, located at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, will welcome guests to close out 2018 in true Italian style as they have created a specialty a la carte menu featuring a Table-Side Truffle and Champagne Risotto for $80, Zuppa de Pesce for $40, Handkerchief Pasta Lasagna for $28, and more.

Martorano’s at Paris Las Vegas will be getting in on the New Year’s Eve action with a three-course menu ($85 per person) with options including famous meatball & salad, fried calamari Bibzy, spaghetti D.O.P., veal marsala and more. With a disco ball chandelier and DJ, guests can dine and dance into 2019.

Standard dinner reservations will be accepted from 5 to 6 p.m. on New Year’s Eve at Masso Osteria. Seating for the New Year’s Eve 2018 Gala begins at 9 p.m., featuring a four-course tasting menu of Tuna Tartare for the first course, Mascarpone Agnolotti for the second course, Diver Scallop for the third, Prime Filet Mignon for the fourth course and Salted Caramel Budino for dessert. The tasting menu is $135 per guest (excludes tax and gratuity) and includes a champagne toast at midnight, with a live DJ and dance party to ring in 2019. Optional wine pairings for the evening include Sommelier’s Pick ($55 per guest) and Reserve ($95 per guest). Cocktail attire is required for the New Year’s Eve Gala and event tickets may be purchased at [].

Medley Buffet will serve up traditional holiday favorites on New Year’s Eve from 4 p.m. to close, starting at $17.99 with a B Connected card. Buffet selections include turkey, slow-roasted prime rib, roasted pork loin, seared Atlantic salmon, stuffed flounder, a salad bar, white chocolate bread pudding and more. F

Mercato Della Pescheria presents their annual prix fixe New Year’s Eve menu as a way to ring in 2019. Enjoy a selection including oysters and bubbles, truffle ravioli, lobster and filet and a limoncello and ice cream truffle. This menu is available for $110 per person.

Watch the fireworks from Morels Steakhouse and Bistro and enjoy their five-course prix fixe menu, which includes crab salad potato crisp with caviar, bibb lettuce and crab salad, housemade spaghetti with sea scallops, 4 oz prime filet and lobster tail, and silver and gold housemade macarons ($155 per person). Champagne pairing is available for $125 per guest additional and a sommelier wine pairing is available for $75 per guest additional.

MR CHOW at Caesars Palace will ring in 2019 in the chic space with a multi-course menu featuring celebratory dishes like lobster shumai, scallops with XO sauce, Ma Mignon and more. First seating at 6 p.m. is $95 per person. Second seating at 9:30 p.m. is $130 per person.

MRKT at Aliante will serve a three-course New Year’s Eve menu on Monday, Dec. 31 from 5 p.m. to close. Guests will begin the meal with a choice of a port wine poached pear salad with mixed greens, bleu cheese, candied walnuts, grapes and heirloom tomatoes with champagne vinaigrette or a mulligatawny soup topped with crème fraiche and a sourdough crostini for $15 each. For the main course, MRKT will serve Strauss veal chop stuffed with spinach, sun dried tomatoes, prosciutto and smoked gouda served with wild mushroom risotto and veal demi glaze for $55. Diners can also order a crab-stuffed 12-oz. lobster tail with lemon beurre blanc served with Old Bay-spiced roasted yuca instead for $55 as well. Dessert will feature a toffy pudding with Macallan butterscotch sauce and whipped cream for $15. Diners have the option to enjoy three selections for $85 or order à la carte.

Guests can begin the romantic night with a glass of Perrier-Jouet BRUT 2002 at Oakville Steakhouse in the Tropicana before starting off with the seafood tower that includes king crab, shrimp, oysters, lobster tail, and more! For the entrée, the famed 40oz Creekstone Tomahawk (bone marrow, fig and blueberry compote, brioche toast points) will be the highlight of the night with the choice of lobster mashed potatoes, truffle mac & cheese, sautéed mushrooms, or creamed corn for the personal side dish. To finish off the dinner, guests will be treated to the delicious Valencia orange gelee & Breton chocolate mousse. These dishes are also available à la carte.

Celebrate NYE at The Palm with a three-course, prix-fixe menu available exclusively on New Year’s Eve. Featuring The Palm’s classic Surf ‘n’ Turf dinner for two, this delectable menu is available for $195 per couple, with the option to toast with two glasses of Taittinger Brut La Française Champagne for an additional $25 per couple. For those who want to indulge in traditional Palm favorites, the à la carte menu will also be available.

Pancho’s Mexican Restaurant will ring in the New Year with live music, holiday cocktails and a complimentary tequila toast on Dec 31. Following the night’s festivities, Pancho’s will serve its signature Bloody Maria on National Bloody Mary Day, Jan. 1.

Paradise Garden Buffet at Flamingo Las Vegas will offer a festive menu ($33.99) with holiday specials like five-spiced pork belly, tempura shrimp, steak Oscar and brioche Bavarian mousseline.

Prime Rib Loft at The Orleans is hosting a celebratory New Year’s Eve dinner and dance party on Monday, Dec. 31 at 9:30 p.m. for $125 per person (tax and gratuity are not included). Guests can enjoy a delectable three-course dinner menu, featuring the choice of corn chowder soup and loft house salad. Main entrée selections include the choice of smoked provolone chicken stuffed with cheese and spinach served over citrus rice pilaf, grilled vegetables and mushroom cream sauce; eight-oz. salmon and jumbo shrimp with citrus rice pilaf, grilled seasonal vegetables, pineapple and mango relish; 16-oz. bone-in ribeye served with baked potato or au gratin potatoes and seasonal vegetables; or a 10-oz., Orleans-cut prime rib served with baked potato or au gratin potato and seasonal vegetables. For dessert, diners will enjoy a cheesecake sampler trio. Guests will enjoy a champagne toast, dancing and an open bar available until 12:30 a.m. Attendees will also receive party favors with their purchase.

PT’s Taverns is celebrating the new year with 8 hours of happiness. PT’s Happy Hour is happening twice — 5 to 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. PT’s Happy Hour offers a 50 percent discount on drinks including wines by the glass, premium spirits and all craft and import beer, which includes PT’s own craft brews such as the Golden Hefeweizen and Hualapai IPA. PT’s Happy Hour food selections are priced at $6, $7 and $8, and include $6 Sriracha chicken bites and loaded potato skins; $7 chicken parmesan sliders and a half-pound pub burger; and $8 flatbreads, including three-cheese, meat feast, the Gilroy and buffalo chicken. PT’s will offer complimentary glasses of champagne for guests to toast the new year at the stroke of midnight. The taverns will also give away party hats, noisemakers, beaded necklaces and more to commemorate the evening.

Rainforest Cafe will offer a well-stocked buffet, featuring Carved Roast Beef, Coconut Shrimp with Mango Sauce, Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetarian Rasta Pasta, Tossed Green Salad with Assorted Dressings, Grilled Seasonal Vegetables, Jasmin Rice, assorted desserts and more! As the clock strikes midnight, guests can ‘cheers’ to the New Year with a special champagne toast for adults and sparkling apple cider for minors. There will be live DJ entertainment, face painting, balloon artists and midnight ball drop. $25-$119.

Rampart Buffet at JW Marriott will offer a New Year’s Eve buffet from 2 to 8 p.m. for $79. Featuring lobster bisque, assorted antipasto, shrimp cocktail, crab claws, Thai chili chicken wings, potstickers, braised short ribs, cioppino, assorted desserts and much more. The New Year’s Day buffet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature chicken noodle soup, pork shaomai, Chinese BBQ pork ribs, green bean casserole, olive and garlic braised lamb, French pastries, assorted cookies, and much more. $21.99 per person.

Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with prime views of the Strip and New Year’s Eve fireworks. Guests can enjoy a multi-course Prestige Menu with dishes like foie gras terrine, quince and gastrique; octopus in cold steam, roasted main lobster; Savoy’s famous artichoke and black truffle soup; grilled Japanese wagyu and more. Vegetarian menus are also available. First seating from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. is $350 per person; second seating is 7:30 to 10 p.m. for $550 per person.

Rí Rá Las Vegas kicks off the New Year party with a special toast at 4 p.m. while live streaming Ireland’s clock hitting midnight. As Las Vegas’ first ‘midnight’ toast, guests will enjoy live entertainment all night long – with no cover charge for entry. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy the Black Velvet Cocktail ($7.75), a Guinness and Champagne creation served in a champagne glass. The pub will keep the party going all night long as The Black Donnellys take the stage again at 8:45 p.m., with a second toast at midnight for Las Vegas New Year.

Ri Ra Las Vegas will welcome 2019 with a divine New Year’s Eve menu available on Monday, Dec. 31 from 4 p.m. to close. The menu offers mouthwatering dishes such as Charred Pork Belly and Scallops ($13), pan seared scallops served atop char grilled pork belly with caramelized chili sauce; Blackened Ahi Tuna ($28),blackened ahi tuna, pan seared medium rare, served atop roasted fingerling potatoes with a arugula demi salad; Surf and Turf ($30), whiskey garlic shrimp and asparagus served over filet mignon with a potato cake; or Prime Rib Carvery ($30), slow roasted 14-ounce prime rib served with garlic green beans, mashed potatoes and finished with a Guinness au jus.

The Cosmopolitan’s Rose. Rabbit. Lie. modern supper club will offer a decadent five-course meal alongside live music and entertaining performances. Guests will be welcomed to their tables with an amuse-boucheof Golden Oscetra Caviar. The first course offers a choice of Smoked Pumpkin Velouté, Waldorf Salad, or Waygu Steak Tartare. For the second course, diners will choose between White Truffle Risotto, Pork Cheek Tortellini, or Nantucket Bay Scallops. The third course allows a choice of Snake River Farms Waygu NY Pave, Ginger Glazed Chilean Sea Bass, or Roasted Jidori Chicken. For dessert, a choice of Baked Alaska, Chocolate Flourless Cake, or a Chocolate Terrarium for the table. Seatings between 6 and 10 p.m. are $175 per person.

Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Harrah’s Las Vegas will boast incredible views of fireworks and decadent dishes with a specialty prix fixe menu for $130 per person.

Scarpetta’s (The Cosmopolitan) decadent New Year’s Eve menu starts with an amuse-bouche made of foie gras terrina, huckleberry marmalade, white chocolate brioche and candied hazelnuts, followed by Marinated Maine Lobster Salad and Duck Ravioli. Guests can choose between Roasted Black Bass with melted leeks, clams, prosciutto, tomato & vermentino wine guazetto, or Grilled Prime Filet Mignon with Alaskan king crab, asparagus gratin, olive oil mashed potatoes, black truffle béarnaise, fresh shaved black truffle and barolo wine sauce. Guests are invited to finish off the meal with an assortment of desserts to make for the perfect evening. Seatings at 9:30 and 10 p.m. are $225 per person.

SC Prime Steakhouse & Bar at Suncoast will serve multiple specialty dishes available on their New Year’s Eve menu on Monday, Dec. 31 from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. For the first-course, diners can choose from chilled crab and cucumber for $18; sautéed bacon-wrapped diver scallops for $19; and pan-seared duck breast for $14. For the second course, diners can order seafood bisque en croûte for $16 and jumbo lump crabmeat and a Sonoma field greens salad for $15. The third-course options available are bacon and boursin cheese-crusted breast of chicken for $69 or $30 à la carte style; slow-roasted 16-oz. prime rib of beef for $79 or $49 à la carte style; potato-crusted Chilean sea bass for $89 or $54 à la carte style; Colorado rack of lamb for $99 or $69 à la carte style; grilled 12-oz. filet mignon and sautéed tiger prawns for $109 or $79 à la carte style; and surf and turf, featuring bone-in prime rib and petite lobster tails for $119 or $100 à la carte style. For dessert, guests can try SC Prime’s chocolate toffee mouse cake with raspberry Chambord sauce, fresh berries and chocolate ganache drizzle for $12.

Searsucker Las Vegas will offer a shareable four-course prix fixe menu with two seatings priced at $105 and $150 per person. Menu highlights include Kobe beef carpaccio, calamari, cheese board, variety of salads, grilled drunken flat iron steak, brick chicken, salmon, twice-cooked filet mignon, scallops, and more. To finish the meal, guests will enjoy the shared chefs sampler which features a delicious selection of Searsucker specialty desserts.

Kick off 2019 at Shiraz with live entertainment from the legend Fadi Loubnan, Alaa Sukar, Helena Lazar and DJ Vegas. Priced at $100 per person, guests will enjoy a spread of Mediterranean appetizers, a main course meal and dessert. VIP tables with bottle service and hookah are available at an additional charge.

Funkadelics and disco queens need look no further than Sparrow + Wolf’s Futuristic Funk Phenomenon to ring in 2019! Shuffle and shake to the sounds of super duo Sinclair Wheeler on guitar and Rico DeLargo on trumpet and keys. Guests will enjoy craft cocktails, modern global bites, tartare bar, pig roast and a champagne toast at midnight with a view of the fireworks. Funky throwback attire highly suggested. Tickets are available for $100 presale and $125 at the door.

Chef Gina Marinelli will be providing the food at Starboard Tack’s NYE Kamayan Feast from 8 p.m. to midnight. There will also be a champagne toast. Tickets are $40.

STK Las Vegas is pulling out all the stops for New Year’s Eve with a four course meal available at two seatings. The first seating is from 4-7:30 p.m. for $195 per person and the second seating is from 8-10:30 p.m. for $225 per person and both includes a glass of Veuve Clicquot upon arrival. First course includes choice of butternut squash ravioli with lobster, seared big eyed tuna with fresh truffle or Japanese Wagyu beef tartare. Second course is organic mixed greens, followed by third course choice of 10 oz. Australian Wagyu strip steak, 6o oz. filet and crab legs, seared chilean sea bass or mushroom risotto, accompanied by selection of sides. Dessert is choice of layered chocolate cake or red velvet cheesecake. Optional wine pairing is $100 per person.

Sugar Factory located in Fashion Show Mall is offering a New Year's Eve special inside the Chocolate Lounge. Tickets ($200) include a complementary Sugar Factory Goblet, unlimited specialty cocktails, champagne toast and an array of savory and sweet dishes served buffet style starting at 10 p.m. Guests can also party with the DJ while watching the fireworks show at midnight.

Ring in the New Year with a three-course, prix fixe dinner menu priced at $68 per person at The Black Sheep. First choice includes choice of cherrywood roasted quince salad, spotted sea trout crudo or Hudson Valley Foie Gras mousse on challah French toast. Specialty entrees include choice of seared U10 diver scallops with red snapper fume congee, peking duck leg with tamari vinaigrette, 12 oz. prime NY strip with ginger glaze sauce or vegan vietnamese steamed rices tamales with sweet potato red curry sauce. Dessert is choice of persimmon baguette bread pudding or baked alaska. Traditional wine pairing is available for an additional $30 per person and reserve wine pairing is available for an additional $50.

There will be two parties at Thunderbird Boutique Hotel & Lounge. The Atomic Ball in the lounge will feature DJ Catman and The Hillbilly Cat. Guests can partake in dance lessons and a champagne toast at midnight. Admission is free. Guests seeking a more formal affair are invited to the Black and Gold NYE Party in the Royal Showroom. Dance the night away to the sounds of DJ Kelly J while enjoying a balloon drop and champagne toast. Tickets are $40.

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill at Harrah’s Las Vegas will get into the celebratory spirit with a prix fixe menu ($34 per person).

Tom’s Urban will hosting their Magical New Year’s Eve Unicorn Partyland from 8 p.m. – 12 a.m. Enjoy the last night of 2018 with 2 DJs, a premium open bar, a midnight toast and unlimited amuse bouches & buffets, alongside the premium strip side viewing area starting at $150. Tickets are now available at or at any MGM Resort Box office.

Trattoria Reggiano is serving up a complimentary champagne toast, live music and party hats and noise makers for patrons dining at the restaurant on New Year’s Eve. The celebration starts at 4 p.m.

Via Brasil Steakhouse is offering their annual NYE Dinner Party in addition to their regular rodizio dinner with 2 different seating options. The regular dinner is $50.99 and the NYE Party is $99.99.

VooDoo Steakhouse at the Rio will offer a multi-course meal that includes yellowfin, caviar, wagyu ribeye, king crab stuffed halibut and more paired with various champagne or vodka. Dinner at 10 p.m. is $185 per person.

Wolfgang Puck’s Bar & Grill will feature oysters Rockefeller for $19; smoked sturgeon rillettes, $18; roasted chestnut risotto, $32; surf ’n’ turf for $65; and Christmas cocoa budino, $11.

Wolfgang Puck’s Cucina inside The Shops at Crystals will offer sautéed blue crab cakes for $24, black truffle risotto for $39, Barolo braised beef short rib with creamy polenta for $42 and Christmas cocoa budino for $12.

Rainer Becker's modern Japanese restaurant Zuma (The Cosmopolitan) will start the New Year with the ultimate Omakase six-course prix-fixe menu. Upon arrival, guests will be greeted with caviar and a jumbo prawn cocktail. The deluxe menu includes decadent dishes like five Japanese Waygu Tataki with truffle soy cured scallops, Foie Gras, Truffle Iberco Pork Skewers, Winter Black Truffle Toro Tartar, Caviar, and an exclusive selection of Chef Simon’s sushi and sashimi. Decadent desserts complement the delectable meal, with Zuma’s premium dessert platter and chocolate truffles completing the dining experience. Seatings between 5:30 and 11:30 p.m. are $285 per person. $425 per person includes bottle of Dom Perignon 2009.

New Year’s Day Specials at The LINQ Promenade:

ameriCAN Beer & Cocktails: The bar is known for its slogan, “The best cure for a hangover is more alcohol.” The hangover special includes beverages such as Micheladas, Bloody Marys or Mimosas offered at the special price of 2 for $10.

Canter’s Deli: Breakfast will be served all day and bottomless mimosas will be offered for $20.

Chayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar: The brunch menu will be available until 4 p.m. along with bottomless mimosas for $20.95.

Flour & Barley – Brick Oven Pizza: Serving the special Hangover Pizza for $19 topped with chili, cheddar cheese, French fries, bacon, sausage, potatoes, eggs and jalapeños.

Favorite Bistro: Offering breakfast all day until 4 p.m.

Off the Strip Bistro & Bar: A special New Year’s brunch will be offered with steak and shrimp fajitas served with refried beans and Spanish rice for $25, or spicy chilaquiles on a green tomatillo sauce with a choice of chicken or beef for $19. A New Year dinner menu will also be offered which includes osso bucco over wild mushroom risotto or a prime rib dinner with scallop potatoes, each priced at $42. The evening menu also offers a seafood fra diavolo over linguine for $45 and the soup of the day, clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl for $19.

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery: The Big Kilt breakfast will be served all day for $9.95. Bloody Marys with Tito’s Vodka will be offered for $7.

Virgil’s Real BBQ: A hangover brunch will be offered with bottomless Virgil's Ale for $18 along with the famous "Big Bloody Bull Rider" for $15.50. Additional menu highlights include a fried chicken and waffle, homemade biscuit sandwiches and Memphis-style pork ribs.

Yard House: Brunch will be served starting at 8 a.m. and offering $15 mix and match bottomless beverages – house beers, Mimosas and Bloody Marys.

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