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10. Meat Market Palm Beach (191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach; 561-354-9800)
Palm Beach is known as an old school rich folks town — the kinda place filled with fancy hedges and men donning blue blazers with pink shorts. Classic steakhouses with red leather booths and lots of wood are a shoe-in. Meat Market is the hip answer to the staid meat-centric restaurants of yesteryear. For New Year's Eve, this sleek Palm Beach eatery is bringing in a DJ for the evening. It's serving its regular menu, then toasting 2016 with complimentary champagne.
9. Cafe Chardonnay (4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-627-2662)
Palm Beach Gardens residents: there's no need to leave town to say goodbye to 2015. With three decades under its belt, this place has been a special occasion go to for generations. Cafe Chardonnay is serving a la carte dishes from 4 to 6:15 p.m., followed by a three-course, prix-
8. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street, West Palm Beach; 561-833-5090)
Pistache French Bistro is hosting a posh francophile
7. Jove (2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach; 561-533-3750)
The Four Seasons is known for being a classy place. Manifest some luxury for 2016 by observing the change in annum at the hotel's luxe Italian restaurant, Jove. The $140 per person three-course dinner features prosecco risotto, veal tenderloin and colossal stone crab duo and chocolate hazelnut nougat. For those looking to blow some money, there's an indulgent six-course tasting for $255 per person, including all of the aforementioned selections along with cured salmon, pumpkin cavatelli, and scallop intermezzo. Finish the night at the NYE Party in the Living Room.
6. City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill (00 S. Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach; 561-366-0071)
Celebrate the change in
5. Racks Downtown Eatery and Tavern (402 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561-395-1662)
The Roaring Twenties was the best party period in history. Go back in time at Rack's Gatsby-themed fete. The event includes live DJs, 1920's flapper-girl-live-talent, special menu, and unforgettable countdown celebration. There are two dinner seatings. The first is from 4 to 7 p.m. The second seating begins promptly at 9 p.m., with a $90 prix-
4. Barolo Ristorante (1201 US-1, North Palm Beach; 561-626-1616)
Say, arrivederci to 2015 like an Italian at Barolo. The restaurant is offering five courses for $85. It starts with eggplant parmigiana, seafood
3. Tryst (4 E. Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach; 561-921-0201)
Rendezvous at this Atlantic Avenue gastropub with a five-course menu featuring Crispy Blue Point oyster with charred scallion aioli, and pickled chilies to start, before choosing from
2. Max’s Grille (404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561-368-0080)
This Mizner Park stalwart is offering a number of menu options, so diners don't have to dish out a fortune. It opens at 11 a.m. and stays open until 2 a.m. — the last dinner seating is at 10:30 p.m. In addition to an à la carte menu, the eatery is serving a $50 prix
1. Dada Restaurant & Lounge (52 N. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach; 561-330-3232)
Choose from seven apps, eight entrees, and five desserts in DaDa’s prix fixe menu. Executive chef/partner Bruce Feingold is preparing creative dishes like gnocchi and wild mushrooms, sous vide pork belly, and foie gras steamed clams to start. Mains include items like roasted half-duck with balsamic pomegranate reduction over toasted orzo, grilled pork porterhouse with red pepper jelly, harissa lamb chops with hibiscus and apricot aioli, as well as American red snapper and crab. Desserts range from passion fruit crème
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