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Where to Eat and Drink on New Year's in 5 U.S. Cities

By Kelly Dobkin
December 20, 2013

Still undecided about where to ring in the New Year (i.e. eat, drink and party)? We've got you covered. In partnership with Gilt City, we've created a few helpful guides that will inspire you to venture out this New Year's Eve to enjoy the best of what your town (or the city you're visiting) has to offer. Whether it's a champagne toast in NYC or where to watch beachside fireworks in Miami, check out some can't-miss NYE options in each city below.

Chicago
Where to Dine, Drink & Watch the Fireworks
Spots That Sparkle: Restaurants With Fab Decor
Late-Night in Chicago: Where to Dine, Drink & Dance
Swanky Steakhouses & High-End Cocktails
Midnight Kiss: Romantic New Year’s Eve Date Spots
Best New Year’s Day Brunches

Los Angeles
Where to Ring in the New Year Like a Rock Star
Sushi & Bubbly: Great Spots for Omakase & Champagne
Where to Channel Old-School Glamor in Hollywood
All That Glitters: Restaurants With Fab Decor
Midnight Kiss: Romantic New Year’s Eve Date Spots
Best New Year’s Day Brunches

Miami
Sunsets & Fireworks: Best Beachfront Dining & Drinking
Pop Bottles in Style: Hottest Nightclubs for New Year’s
Sexiest Spots for a Midnight Kiss
All That Glitters: Restaurants With Fab Decor
Swanky Steakhouses & High-End Cocktails
Best New Year’s Day Brunches

New York City
Rooftop Soirees: Nightclubs With Fantastic Views
Where to Drink, Dine & Watch the Ball Drop Near Times Square
Downtown Hot Spots for Champagne Toasts
Spots That Sparkle: Restaurants With Fab Decor
Celebrate in the Meatpacking: Where to Dine & Drink
Best New Year’s Day Brunches

San Francisco
Where to Dine, Drink & Watch the Fireworks in Embarcadero
Spots That Sparkle: Restaurants With Fab Decor
Party in the Castro: Where to Dine, Drink & Dance
Midnight Kiss: Romantic New Year’s Eve Date Spots
Girls’ Night: Where to Have a Glam Evening With the Ladies
Best New Year’s Day Brunches

 
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