10 Local Restaurants Where You Can Toast the New Year
Say hello to 2020 in style.
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A four-course prix fixe dinner and a complimentary glass of bubbly for $75 per person will get your taste buds in gear for the new year. Indulge in a sustainable menu of baked clams oreganata, lobster agnolotti, braised beef short rib and chocolate and espresso budino at this contemporary light and airy garden-themed location within Devon Yard.
138 W. Lancaster Ave., Devon, (215) 732-2647.
Celebrate in style as chefs Alex and Tara Hardy take guests on a glitzy and glamorous dining experience complete with a multi-course menu that includes kusshi oysters, escargot de champagne, saffron-poached lobster tail and key lime cheesecake. Tickets are $100 per person.
11 Louella Court, Wayne, (610) 964-9700.
This French brasserie is hosting a $65 three-course prix fixe dinner featuring lassically inspired cuisine, a wood-fired rotisserie, fresh pastas, and steakhouse style cuts as we bid adieu to 2019. Enjoy a complimentary glass of sparkling wine for a New Year’s Eve toast in elegant surroundings. There will also be a DJ and viewing party of the ball drop. Read our review of The Bercy here.
7 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, (610) 589-0500.
For a cozy celebration with friends and family, head to Chadds Ford Tavern, which will offer food and drink specials starting at 8 p.m. There will be live entertainment from The Brian McConnell Band.
1400 Baltimore Pike, Chadds Ford, (484) 800-4084.
Look for signature dishes like jumbo lump crab cake, Chilean sea bass and statler chicken breast this New Year’s Eve, with specials that include surf and turf and a forget-those-resolutions seven-layer chocolate cake. Stay late for party favors and a midnight champagne toast.
301 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton, (484) 875-6700.
Get a taste of the roaring 20’s to kick off the new year. Start with dinner and stick around for the lounge event starting at 10 p.m. There will also be a dessert bar and seasonal oysters, plus live music until 1 a.m. Read our review of Eddie V’s here.
670 W. Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia, (610) 337-7823.
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This intimate well-loved sister eatery to Jasper’s Backyard is offering a cultivated six-course tasting menu with truffle custard, kombu-cured hamachi crudo, mushroom cappuccino, butternut squash ravioli and braised short rib from 9 p.m. to midnight in celebration of 2020. The meal is $65 per person.
101 Ford St., West Conshohocken, (484) 368-3529.
Indulge in award-winning sushi, sashimi and incredible signature rolls (like Angry Dragon, Dynamite and Salmon Lover) on New Year’s Eve. Stick around to revel in the party as downtown Kennett Square comes alive for the annual Midnight in the Square.
104 W. State St., Kennett Square, (610) 925-3700.
Vegetarians have delicious choices to end the year thanks to a three-course menu from chef Nui Kullanna that includes seaweed soup, edamame dumplings and tofu supreme for $36. Carnivores get their picks too, with lobster bisque, massaman duck and pad thai for $40.
301 Bridge St., Phoenixville, (484) 302-5141.
Chic home and garden decor, twinkling lights and an intimate setting whisk you into the new year at both Terrain locations. From 4-10 p.m., chef Brian LoFink will offer a $65 four-course prix fixe menu at the BYOB Glen Mills location that includes Maine lobster bisque, prime New York strip steak and a hazelnut rocher. Chefs Joe Frost and Seth Arnold present their selection of red beet sashimi, Parisienne gnocchi and rack of lamb at the Devon location, with a full service bar. A la carte dining will also be available.
914 Baltimore Pike, Glen Mills, (610) 459-2400; 138 Lancaster Ave., Devon, (610) 590-4671.