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BOULUD NEW YEAR FESTIVITIES

Friday, December 18, 2015
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With the New Year quickly approaching, comes a line up of exciting events across the Boulud New York City restaurants. Mark your calendars and grab your friends and family to welcome 2016 on a delicious note—From December 31 to January 1, look out for food-filled specials (like an à la carte menu all night on NYE at DBGB Kitchen and Bar). Check out these events you won’t want to miss!

NEW YEAR’S EVE

BOULUD SUD
Early Seating: 4PM-6:45PM, 3 course Prix Fixe Menu, $110
Celebration Seating: 8:30PM-10:30PM, 6 course Tasting Menu, $295
This Upper West Side gem located across from Lincoln Center offers a menu filled with decadent Mediterranean-inspired foods from Chef Travis Swikard’s NYE Tasting menu. Try the champagne poached oysters and the “Paupiette” of Dover Sole with leek fondue, confit potato langoustine “Bouillabaisse”

BAR BOULUD
Early Seating: 4PM-6:30PM, 3 course Prix Fixe Menu, $75
Celebration Seating: 9PM onward, 5 course Tasting Menu, $175
Whether you prefer wine, champagne, cocktails, or beer, Bar Boulud has got it all. Check out their wine list (that’s been nominated for The James Beard Award) for a selection of goods from Burgundy and Rhône Valley.

DB BISTRO
Early Seating: 5PM-8PM, à la carte menu
Celebration Seating: 8:30PM-10:00PM, Jazz Trio, 5 course Tasting Menu, $195
If you’re up for watching the iconic ball drop in Times Square, be sure to get filled up with a hearty meal at BD Bistro, located within just a short walking distance. The best part to the 5 course tasting menu? The dessert, of course! You’ll have a choice between the Coconut Pineapple Vacherin and the Dark Chocolate Pistachio Bombe.

DBGB
À la carte menu all night! Plus festive holiday specials
*New Big Bottle Menu: includes 750 ML bottled Martini or Boulevardier, magnums of beer and wine, and full bottles of whiskey*

At this New York hotspot, you can splurge on specials such as East Coast Oysters from the Raw Bar or dine on options from the Chef’s Selections such as Seared Foie Gras (honey crisp apples, wilted winter greens, toasted brioche, bourbon maple syrup jus) and Herb Crusted Rack Of Veal (winter vegetable gratin, sautéed kale, black currants).

NEW YEAR’S DAY

DBGB BRUNCH
New Year’s Day brunch, 11AM-3PM, a la carte or Big Bowery Brunch available (yes, you get ALL of this! 2 person minimum, $25 per person)
What can be better than starting your day (and year!) off with a delicious brunch? At DBGB, brunch is taken to a whole new level with skillets filled with toasty food and a family-style spread of sweet and savory morning goods including:

  • House-baked pastry basket with croissants, pains au chocolat, madeleines, danishes, multi-grain bread, vermont butter & seasonal jams.

  • Choice of two house-made sausages (vermont, toscane, beaujolaise or dbgb dog).

  • Eggs Florentin with creamy spinach, jambon de paris, sauce hollandaise, toasted english muffin.

  • Home fries with melted onion and parsley.

  • Brussels sprouts with foamy butter and fine herbs.

  • Brioche French toast with caramel sauce and fresh berries.

  • Endless cocktail bar with a choice of mimosa or Bloody Mary, $15 additional per person.


CAFÉ BOULUD BRUNCH
New Year’s Day brunch, 12PM-2:30PM, 3 course Prix Fixe, $85
Another brunch option is at Café Boulud, where you’ll find a number of options including a Maine Peekytoe Crab Benedict (crab cake, poached egg, sauce choron, roasted potatoes, market greens) and Prime Angus Striploin & Egg (pommes rösti, roasted tomato, sauce bordelaise, market greens).

BAR PLEIADES JAZZ
Live Jazz, 2PM-5PM, Cocktails & Bar Bites
Following brunch, listen and relax to some live jazz at the Bar Pleiades in The Surrey Hotel lobby, located conveniently across from Café Boulud. Light bites and sweet cocktails will be served.

Photos courtesy of Boulud.


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