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Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Atlanta

Ring in the new year with champagne and fancy feasts from these Atlanta restaurants

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It’s time to start making those New Year’s Eve plans, even if those plans include celebrating at home with a fancy takeout feast and a bottle of champagne in pajamas. Restaurants across Atlanta are hosting celebrations, serving special dinners, and compiling elaborate to-go meals to help people ring in the new year.

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The Battery Atlanta

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Check out the multiple celebrations taking place on New Year’s Eve at Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, including live music throughout the evening at the complex, a prix fixe dinner at Cru Food and Wine Bar, New Year’s Eve packages, college bowl games, and a ballon drop and champagne toast at Live! at the Battery, and live shows and dancing at Park Bench. There’s fireworks over Truist Park at midnight, too.

Chattahoochee Food Works

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The Underwood Hills food hall hosts a New Year’s Eve celebration, starting at 11 a.m. The evening ends with the ball drop from Times Square on the flat screens and a balloon drop at Center Bar, which plans to remain open until 2 a.m. Some food stalls at the market plan to remain open past 10 p.m., too.

Nick's Westside

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The Brady Avenue restaurant, owned by chef Nick Leahy, offers a special menu all evening with a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations highly encouraged.

Aziza at Westside Provisions District serves a five-course tasting menu on New Year’s Eve with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. Seating available at the bar, in the dining room, and on the covered heated patio. Reservations required.

The Westside Provisions District steakhouse offers a five-course dinner with champagne on New Year’s Eve. Reservations required.

Bar Margot

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The bar and restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown offers both a four and five course meal (one vegan) at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on New Years Eve. Check out the menus here. Reservations required.

Little Bear

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve at home with Little Bear’s baller pack which includes cocktails for two, a bottle of sparkling wine, a dozen oysters, a jar of chicken liver mousse, caviar, and accoutrements and condiments. Order online. Packs are $200. For those hoping to avoid the New Year’s Eve crowds, the Summerhill restaurant hosts its first dinner service of 2022 on Sunday, January 2, with a four-course meal, with or without wine and cocktail pairings. Reservations required.

Lucian Books and Wine

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The Buckhead wine bar and bookshop hosts its first ever New Year’s Eve dinner offering a five-course feast for $125 per person. Think raw hamachi with blood orange and fennel, an omelette with caviar and creme fraiche, beef short ribs, a cheese course, and chocolate budino for dessert. Wine and cocktails extra. Reservations required.

Yebo Beach Haus

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The East Andrews restaurant transformed into a ski lodge again for the season and on New Year’s Eve Yebo serves a four-course menu featuring lemon ricotta tortellini, filet topped with foie gras, lobster tail topped with lump crab, and chocolate fondue. $125 per person. Reservations required.

The Betty

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Restaurant the Betty at the Kimpton Sylvan Hotel in Buckhead serves a four-course dinner with optional wine pairings on New Year’s Eve to include lobster bisque, honey roasted duck, and coconut genoise for dessert. Reservations required. Both the hotel’s garden bar Willow Bar on the ground floor and its rooftop bar St. Julep will also host New Year’s Eve events and meals. Reservations required.

JenChan's

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JenChan’s in Cabbagetown serves a special six-course feast centered around traditional foods symbolizing good luck and prosperity heading into the new year, including kimchi collards and Szechuan long noodles. Seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Reservations required.

The Highlander

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The dive-y bar at Midtown Promenade hosts a dance party featuring DJs spinning goth and industrial house music on New Year’s Eve. There even a champagne toast at midnight. $10 cover.

Buena Vida Tapas & Sol

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The Eastside Beltline tapas restaurant and bar features a tapas buffet, open bar, and live music on New Year’s Eve. Party starts at 10 p.m. Tickets required. 21+

Banshee

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Starting at 5 p.m., the East Atlanta Village restaurant offers its regular menu alongside a selection of New Year’s Eve dinner specials, like New York strip and lobster fettuccine. Vaccination card required. Live music starts at 11 p.m. Reservations required.

The Alden

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The Chamblee restaurant offers a six-course dinner on New Year’s Eve to include oysters, lobster salad, sea bass, beef Wellington, and dessert. Vegetarian six-course meal available. Reservations required.

The Battery Atlanta

Check out the multiple celebrations taking place on New Year’s Eve at Battery Atlanta in Cobb County, including live music throughout the evening at the complex, a prix fixe dinner at Cru Food and Wine Bar, New Year’s Eve packages, college bowl games, and a ballon drop and champagne toast at Live! at the Battery, and live shows and dancing at Park Bench. There’s fireworks over Truist Park at midnight, too.

Chattahoochee Food Works

The Underwood Hills food hall hosts a New Year’s Eve celebration, starting at 11 a.m. The evening ends with the ball drop from Times Square on the flat screens and a balloon drop at Center Bar, which plans to remain open until 2 a.m. Some food stalls at the market plan to remain open past 10 p.m., too.

Nick's Westside

The Brady Avenue restaurant, owned by chef Nick Leahy, offers a special menu all evening with a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations highly encouraged.

Aziza

Aziza at Westside Provisions District serves a five-course tasting menu on New Year’s Eve with a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. Seating available at the bar, in the dining room, and on the covered heated patio. Reservations required.

Marcel

The Westside Provisions District steakhouse offers a five-course dinner with champagne on New Year’s Eve. Reservations required.

Bar Margot

The bar and restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown offers both a four and five course meal (one vegan) at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. on New Years Eve. Check out the menus here. Reservations required.

Little Bear

Celebrate New Year’s Eve at home with Little Bear’s baller pack which includes cocktails for two, a bottle of sparkling wine, a dozen oysters, a jar of chicken liver mousse, caviar, and accoutrements and condiments. Order online. Packs are $200. For those hoping to avoid the New Year’s Eve crowds, the Summerhill restaurant hosts its first dinner service of 2022 on Sunday, January 2, with a four-course meal, with or without wine and cocktail pairings. Reservations required.

Lucian Books and Wine

The Buckhead wine bar and bookshop hosts its first ever New Year’s Eve dinner offering a five-course feast for $125 per person. Think raw hamachi with blood orange and fennel, an omelette with caviar and creme fraiche, beef short ribs, a cheese course, and chocolate budino for dessert. Wine and cocktails extra. Reservations required.

Yebo Beach Haus

The East Andrews restaurant transformed into a ski lodge again for the season and on New Year’s Eve Yebo serves a four-course menu featuring lemon ricotta tortellini, filet topped with foie gras, lobster tail topped with lump crab, and chocolate fondue. $125 per person. Reservations required.

The Betty

Restaurant the Betty at the Kimpton Sylvan Hotel in Buckhead serves a four-course dinner with optional wine pairings on New Year’s Eve to include lobster bisque, honey roasted duck, and coconut genoise for dessert. Reservations required. Both the hotel’s garden bar Willow Bar on the ground floor and its rooftop bar St. Julep will also host New Year’s Eve events and meals. Reservations required.

JenChan's

JenChan’s in Cabbagetown serves a special six-course feast centered around traditional foods symbolizing good luck and prosperity heading into the new year, including kimchi collards and Szechuan long noodles. Seatings at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Reservations required.

The Highlander

The dive-y bar at Midtown Promenade hosts a dance party featuring DJs spinning goth and industrial house music on New Year’s Eve. There even a champagne toast at midnight. $10 cover.

Buena Vida Tapas & Sol

The Eastside Beltline tapas restaurant and bar features a tapas buffet, open bar, and live music on New Year’s Eve. Party starts at 10 p.m. Tickets required. 21+

Banshee

Starting at 5 p.m., the East Atlanta Village restaurant offers its regular menu alongside a selection of New Year’s Eve dinner specials, like New York strip and lobster fettuccine. Vaccination card required. Live music starts at 11 p.m. Reservations required.

The Alden

The Chamblee restaurant offers a six-course dinner on New Year’s Eve to include oysters, lobster salad, sea bass, beef Wellington, and dessert. Vegetarian six-course meal available. Reservations required.

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