New Year's Eve In Montreal: 5 Gourmet Dinner & Party Specials For An Unforgettable Night
Montreal New Year's Eve date ideas.
Looking to ring in the new year with a little gourmet grub? Well, you're in luck, because I've hunted down four Montreal restaurants that are offering great dinner deals for this New Year's Eve 2018.
Each of these restaurants is offering a multi-course menu on the eve of 2019's New Year. Some spots are also including wine pairings with each course.
TL;DR Below are 5 dinner and party date ideas for New Years Eve.
In the heart of Old Montreal you will find Chez L'Epicier. For this New Year's Eve, they will be offering two dinner services and two fixed-price menu options. Pay $65 for five courses or $90 for eight courses. This deal is not exclusive to NYE; it in fact started December 1st, so if you've already got plans for that evening, check this restaurant out between now and then.
They will not be offering their regular menu on NYE so make sure you phone ahead with any dietary restrictions! More details on their site here.
La Clef d'Or NYE Party
Soubois is hosting a dinner and dance at their unique underground wonderland this year. For $125 you are privy to entry and shots, a deluxe raw bar, surf & turf, and a sweets table. Food will be served until 11pm and doors open at 8pm. After dinner there is sure to be dancing and plenty more to drink.
Keep in mind that Soubois is 21 and over. They are offering party-only tickets as well for $40. Check their site out here.
New Year's Eve Dinner Party at Makro
Makro Montreal is offering a DJ and dinner scene this New Year's Eve, along with a promise of a couple little surprises before midnight strikes.
The ticket price is $98 per person and includes a four-course meal. The night is finished off with a glass of bubbly and the menu is guaranteed to make your mouth water.
Damas offers a tasting menu year round. It's a great way to try a bunch of their delicious Syrian dishes. They also offer exciting and unique cocktails in their beautifully decorated dining room.
They are sure to have something for everyone, be it the vegetarian or the sucker with a sweet-tooth. Check their site out here.
La Seconde Avant Minuit
Wethat L'Auberge Saint-Gabriel was going to be hosting an extravagant New Year's Eve dinner event, so of course I had to include it on this list.
As Montreal's oldest restaurant, there's no question that they know how to throw a fantastic party. The cocktail hour starts at 7pm and dinner starts at 8pm. Dancing will start around 10pm.
The price for the meal is $165 per person and includes appetizers, a main course, cheese plates, various food stations and a dessert to finish off the meal. The restaurant is also, of course, providing a glass of bubbly for each guest to cheers at mindnight.