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Top 5 New Year’s Eve Dining Out Options

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Movies often show lonely protagonists, spending their New Year’s eve alone, in their descript apartments, with the Chinese takeaway in front of them. This may have given rise to the belief that the only restaurants open on the day before New Year are the Chinese ones. Well, that is not true at all and you will agree too, once you check out our list of top 5 New Year’s eve dining out options:

 


Washington D.C.

Sou’Wester 

Get yourself something warm for the palate with the Southwestern fare served at Sou’Wester. This family restaurant provides spacious interiors and waterfront views to its diners and, of course, the warm breeze blowing in through the Southern ambience is an add-on. A meal costs $65 per person and $35 per child upto 12 years old. Open from 5.30pm to 8.30pm, this restaurant is a good choice for those who want to go Southwest on the New Year’s eve without actually traveling.

 


Masala Art 

Wanna go for a perfect and leisurely meal on the New Year’s eve with popular North Indian dishes?  Welcome to the Masala Art restaurant. You can gorge up on Pani Poori, Lassoni Corn Palak, and cilantro naan. You need to just go ahead and embrace the feeling with an open heart. The restaurant is open from 11.30am to 2.30pm and 5pm to 10pm.


Masala Art


Maryland 

 


Founding Farmers 

There is no better way to end the old year and welcome the New Year than to go for the very basic and flavorful food. Founding Farmers is one such place where you can enjoy locally-sourced ingredients in dishes like fried chicken and waffles, crispy chicken, hot dogs and seafood rolls. The restaurant is open from 11am to 9.45pm.

 


Paul Kee 

While the nearby Hollywood East is known for its popular Chinese joints, that does not mean Paul Kee is to be overlooked. The Paul Kee menu is inspired by Hong Kong cuisine and the ambience resembles that of a family birthday party. This Cantonese-style eatery is open from 11am to 1am.



Virginia

 

Mala Tang

Well, what can we say? No dining out blog can be complete without a Chinese option and the best option would be Chef Liu Chaosheng’s Arlington eatery, which its owners claim, is a “culinary journey through China’s Sichuan province.” Hot Pot is a specialty of the place while street food appetizers like pork buns and tofu fries are no less popular. This eatery is open from 12pm to 10pm.

 

With these top 5 New Year’s eve dining out options, your New Year would not begin on a lonely note.

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