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We say it every December, but seriously, HOW did the year fly by so fast? Another year gone and a new one to look forward to, why not ring in the new year in style! Ring in the New Year in Seattle with a fabulous meal, a toast to a favorite beer, or a fireworks show with our guide to the best New Year's Eve events in Seattle. (Photo: Flickr user @seadevi).
Updated: January 01, 2010
Celebrate in luxury by eating at this exciting new restaurant. Indulge in a six-course menu including a salad (or foie gras option with supplement), house-made pasta, fish course and meat course (both with vegetarian option), cheese and dessert for $125 per person. Call for reservations.
Say goodbye to 2011 at this Madison Valley institution. Start with dinner in the atrium and enjoy a four-course "Lucky" menu filled with foods that bring good luck in the new year. The cost is $45 per person, with 5pm to 10pm reservations required for atrium seating.
Take out your tuxedo, don your top hat and step out in style ... It's time to start thinking about an Old Bawdy new year! Be the first to taste the 2011 vintage of this American classic barley wine. The pub will remain open until 1am: $35 prix fixe three-course pairing menu ($30 without pairing).
For a New Year's Eve celebration where dancing takes precedence over eating, head to this beautiful venue. Enjoy a seated dinner in the ballroom at 7pm, or show up afterwards for three rooms of dancing at 9:30pm. All tickets include a Champagne toast at midnight. Dinner plus dancing, $70; dancing only, $20-70; 21 and over.
The New Year's Eve Gala at St. James Cathedral is Seattle's oldest classical celebration and should be experienced by every Seattleite. This year focuses on Bach and Mendelssohn, and Dr. James Savage conducts. Doors open at 11pm and the suggested donation is $25. Call (206) 382-4874 for tickets.