Madame Marie’s Guide to New Year’s Eve Dinner and Takeout in Toronto 2022-23 – December 14, 2022
What better way to ring in 2023 than with delicious food, beverages and company? Celebrate chez vous or out on the town at some of the city’s finest establishments.
Don’t wait until it’s too late to book your reservations because 2023 will be here before you know it!
102 Yorkville Avenue, Unit 4
MICHELIN star-awarded Chef Nakagawa’s Oju Osechi is available for pickup on December 31. It includes a dazzling selection of the best sushi, seafood, and land-based offerings that will help you ring in the new year. Priced at $1,000 with optional dessert and sake (serves three to five people).
138 Avenue Road
Delight in delicious Indian fine dining at Yorkville’s Adrak location. A la carte options are available.
51 Camden Street (inside Ace Hotel)
Alder, Chef Patrick Kriss’ newest restaurant in the Ace Hotel, has you covered for NYE. Ring in 2023 with a multi-course menu (three courses for $120 per person of four courses for $180 per person). You’ll also receive a celebratory champagne toast at midnight.
163 Spadina Avenue
Ring in the New Year at Aloette with a multi-course prix fixe menu including a celebratory sparkling toast at midnight. Diners will delight in Osetra Caviar with crème fraiche, Grilled beef tenderloin with butter poached lobster and a chocolate bombe. Choose from bar seating (four courses) for $110 per person or regular seating (five courses) for $195 per person.
162 Cumberland Street
With the same attention to detail and finesse as its sister restaurant, Alo, Alobar Yorkville’s four-course feast is designed to share with a special someone. Priced at $120 per person.
55 Bloor Street West, 51st Floor
Yorkville’s newest addition to the restaurant scene by Chef Antonio Park is offering a delicious Asian-inspired four-course set menu for $150 per person. Enjoy the city’s breathtaking views while you’re ringing in 2023.
1111 Queen Street East
Celebrate NYE in the heart of Leslieville. Enjoy a thoughtfully curated four-course tasting menu for $85 per guest with an optional wine pairing for $55 per guest.
Auberge du Pommier
4150 Yonge Street
Bid adieu to 2022 with an elegant multi-course dinner in a cozy setting. Indulge in Chef Doug Penfold’s exquisite tasting menu, featuring dishes such as bluefin tuna barigoule, ravioli with charred kale sauce, and beef filet with wild mushrooms and truffle. Priced at $195 per person.
2537 Yonge Street
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Byblos Uptown with a special four-course menu and live music to ring in 2023. Dishes include grilled branzino, jeweled rice and baklava to name a few.
66 Wellington Street West
Take in the city’s breathtaking views from Canoe’s dining room with a multi-course tasting menu. Scallops, halibut, Alberta filet and chocolate cake are just some of the highlights.
503 College Street
DaiLo’s tasting menu is sure to impress with its mouthwatering Asian fusion. Dishes such as Caviar Bonito Potato Espuma, White Truffle Egg Noodle, Butcher Shoppe 90 Day Aged Ribeye and Aloe Sorbet will have you drooling before the clock strikes midnight. Priced at $150 per person.
Don Alfonso 1890
1 Harbour Square 38th Floor
Celebrate a brand-new year at this one-Michelin starred restaurant. Chef Daniele Corona has curated a special four-course tasting menu together with a sommelier led pairing for $350 per person.
1150 Queen Street West
The Drake’s is ringing in 2023 in style. You can end the year at this trendy Queen West hotel with a three-course meal, where you get to choose dishes like charred octopus, beef short rib and chocolate espresso cake. Priced at $125 per person.
770 St. Clair Avenue West
FK’s New Year’s Eve multi-course menu is full of dishes you and your guest will love – all in a cozy setting that’s perfect to ring in the new year. After homemade bread service, antipasto and hors d’oeuvres, choose from dishes such as chanterelle fagottini with shaved black truffle, scallop bourguignon, rack of lamb and 100-day dry aged prime striploin. There’s also an optional caviar course for those who are feeling extra fancy. Priced at $150 per person.
111C Queen Street
There are plenty of choices on George’s NYE dinner menu so you can bid farewell to 2022 in style. Two seatings are available in the dining room.
199 Augusta Avenue
Enjoy a family-style set menu for New Year’s Eve that includes amuse bouche, five savoury courses, and two dessert courses for $150 per person.
210 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville
Chef Rafael Covarrubias has prepared an exquisite multi-course NYE feast, complete with Champagne to ring in 2023. Priced at $200 per person.
4 Avenue Road
Savour a seven-course tasting menu in the Park Hyatt’s swanky restaurant. Priced at $190 per person.
326 Adelaide Street West
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Kiin, Thai-style. Chef Nuit Regular will serve a multi-course Royal Thai-inspired tasting menu featuring exclusive offerings and signature dishes, such as Massaman Short Rib and Khao Soi. For $132 per person, the experience includes a welcome glass of champagne, with optional wine or sake pairing.
642 King Street West, Suite 102
Enjoy a modern, French spin on food this NYE at Lapinou while a DJ spins in the background. The four-course menu features dishes such as ricoota gnocchi, sea bass and white truffle ice cream for $125 per person.
1595 Dupont Street
If truffles are your love language, then look no further than Lucia’s truffle tasting menu for NYE. Priced at $125 per person.
Maison T Bistro
1071 Shaw Street
Allow Chef Masayuki Tamaru to cook for you this NYE. Maison T’s six-course menu includes dishes such as duck breast and foir gras, seared sea bream and panna cotta with poached apple. Two seatings available. Priced at $120 per person.
Maple Leaf Tavern
955 Gerrard Street East
Let Chef Stephane Renaux make your NYE dinner the tastiest one of 2022 with a delicious tasting menu of elevated comfort food. Start the evening with oysters and duck before moving on to tortellini, turbot and beef tenderloin. Finish with a sweet ending, “Toronto-Brest”, a choux pastry dessert with hazelnuts and maple.
488 Wellington Street West
This King West restaurant has prepared a memorable six-course menu for the last evening of the year priced at $129 per person. The second seating will enjoy a Champagne toast.
10 Bay Street, #105
Celebrate NYE with Miku’s torched sushi and other offerings in the comfort of your home. A sushi box for two is $98 and includes selections such as o-toro, hamachi, madai, and Aburi Oshi sushi. Larger platters are also available.
1265 Queen Street West
Celebrate NYE with a Peruvian tasting menu at Nuna, featuring six courses and a glass of Prosecco. For $150 per person. Enjoy dishes such as pan seared scallops, duck terrine and filet mignon.
597 College Street
This modern French bistro is offering a six-course tasting menu designed by Chef Martine Bauer. The menu features rich flavors of foie gras, caviar, and beef to earthy notes of truffles, a hint of the ocean’s seasonings with oysters, brighter notes of vanilla, and many more. All are paired with wine or a cocktail for $180 per person.
335 Queen Street West
Ration at the Beverley Hotel will be serving a five-course Parisian themed tasting menu with live jazz music. Priced at $105 per person.
98 Portland Street
Sara has prepared a NYE prix fixe menu that doesn’t skimp on any of the delicious details. Priced at $109 per person.
77 Portland Street
Shake things up this NYE with fresh Israeli flavours from Shook. This flavourful three-course experience allows you pick all the favourites – from Hamachi crudo to bone-in rib eye to sesame coffee puff. Priced at $95 per person.
The Toronto Beach Club
1681 Lake Shore Boulevard East
Ring in 2023 by the water at this east end restaurant for the Black and White Ball. For $165 per person, the dinner reservation includes a New Year’s Eve party ticket, party favours and a midnight toast.
819 Gerrard Street East
This Leslieville gem is offering a four-course tasting menu for $95 per person. Ring in 2023 with crispy potato and truffle terrine, steamed halibut, Gateau Suzette, and more.
Bonne Année !
Mme. M. xoxo
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