Here are some suggestions locally about what to do for New Year's Eve.
For a comprehensive list, go to Karen Young's site: MyDailyFind.com, and to her comprehensive:
La Cava Cucina Italiana in Sherman Oaks is offering a three course menu for $60 per person. Choose from asparagus soup, fresh artichoke salad, branzino, filet mignon, spaghetti with lobster, creme caramel, tiramisu and more.
Il Tiramisu in Sherman Oaks is a preparing a special three course menu for $50 per person including choices of grilled shrimp, mushroom soup, osso bucco, salmon, filet mignon, creme brulee and more. Personal wine is welcome with a $15 corkage fee.
Le Petit Restaurant in Sherman Oaks has created a special menu of French bistro specialties to help celebrate the new year.
Mistral in Sherman Oaks will have two seatings. The early seating is at 6 p.m. with an amuse and three courses for $90 per person. The 9 p.m. seating is $150 per person with an amuse, three courses and cookies and champagne at midnight.
Ring in the New Year at OlivA in Sherman Oaks. DJ music, party favors at midnight. Open till 2 a.m. (no cover charge). Open seating from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. 3-course pre-fixe menu. $45 oer person. Click here to see the menu and for reservations.
Go ‘old school’ in comfort at the Valley Inn in Sherman Oaks. The dinner menu consists of specials, including lobster, filet mignon, prime rib, salmon and much more. There will be hats, blowers and a champagne toast at midnight.
Wherever you go, Happy New Year!