Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Los Angles

Here are our picks for where to ring in 2015 in L.A.

Restaurants around Los Angeles are hosting deliciously special New Year’s Eve celebrations.

It’s the time of the year for Champagne, noisemakers, and resolutions. Haven’t decided where to spend New Year’s Eve yet? Here’s a roundup of festivities happening around Los Angeles:

Note: Unless otherwise noted, prices do not include beverages, tax, or gratuity. Please verify the menu and pricing when making your reservation.


Santa Monica’s Catch is offering a three-course prix fixe menu including tuna crudo, scallops, and a lemon semifreddo. $90 for the 5 to 6:30 p.m. seating; $185 for the late-night seating.

Fig and Olive

The French Riviera-inspired Fig and Olive is offering an à la carte menu until 9 p.m. and a four-course prix fixe dinner after 9 p.m. The set menu includes grilled Maine lobster, seared scallops, truffle risotto, filet mignon, and a Valrhona chocolate brownie. $150 per person.

Hakkasan Beverly Hills

Hakkasan will ring in 2015 with an exclusive prix fixe menu including a dim sum platter, crispy chicken with lemon, and stir-fried pepper beef ribeye. $78 for the 5:30 seating, $130 for 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. seatings.

Hotel Bel Air

Wolfgang Puck at the Hotel Bel Air is offering two seatings on New Year’s Eve for a menu that includes Hamachi sashimi, baby beet salad, tortellini, whole lobster, Wagyu steak, and a dark chocolate tasting. $195 per person.


Downtown’s Patina will offer three different seatings for New Year’s Eve with dishes including lobster ravioli, braised veal cheek, and Pavlova with passion fruit cream. Seatings at 4:30 to 5 are $72, 7:30 to 8 are $185, and 10 to 10:30 p.m. are a la carte pricing.


Pistola will host a 6:30 p.m. four-course meal for $125 and a 9:00 p.m. five-course meal for $150 with menu options including carne crudo, spaghetti, Mediterranean turbot, mushroom risotto, and a coconut panna cotta.

Polo Lounge

The Beverly Hills Hotel’s Polo Lounge will host a four-course dinner with choices of carpaccio, crisp pork belly, wild turbot, Wagyu strip loin, potato gnocchi, and a chocolate terrine for $295 per person.


Providence will have a prix fixe menu for two seatings including uni and caviar, baked live scallops, Maine lobster, and prime rib. Seatings offered at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.; $210 per person.



Rivabella will offer a variety of seatings on New Year’s Eve. The first, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., will offer a selection from their regular menu. The second, from 9 to 10:30 p.m., will offer a preset menu including langoustine crudo, semolina gnocchi, risotto with crab, and baked Dover sole. $125 per person.