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Where to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Dallas

Where to ring in 2015 with food and drink.

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Looking for something to do on New Year's Eve? There's plenty to do this year, whether you want to ring in 2015 with pricey white truffles or a laid-back beer dinner. This map will be updated throughout the month, so do send any additions to the tipline or leave 'em in the comments.

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Canary By Gorji

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What: Four-course prix fixe dinner for $79 per person includes options like a shrimp-stuffed grilled avocado, kale Caesar, prime filet, and wild boar with scallops; reservations must be made in advance and pre-paid by calling (972) 503-7080 When: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Margo Sivin/EDFW]

Cru Wine Bar

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What: Three-course prix fixe (think oysters Rockefeller, lobster bisque, seared scallops, truffle-roasted chicken, and eggnog creme brulee) with an early seating priced at $50 and later seating with Champagne toast for $65. When: First seating 5:30-8 p.m., later seating 8:30-10 p.m. [Photo: Cru/Facebook]

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

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What: The iconic steakhouse will serve a traditional steak, lobster, and sides a la carte menu with a Champagne toast at midnight. When: 4:30 p.m.-11 p.m. [Photo: Del Frisco's]

Fearing's

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What: Fearing's will offer a three-course menu for $95 for the first seating, followed by a four-course menu with Champagne toast for $195 for the later seating; there will also be live music in the lobby and a balloon drop at midnight. When: 5:30-7 p.m. and 7:30-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Fearing's]

The Grape

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What: A three-course prix fixe from chef Sarah Snow for $65 per person. Reservations recommended. When: Seatings every two hours beginning at 5 p.m. [Photo: Margo Sivin/EDFW]

The Holy Grail Pub

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What: The Holy Grail is celebrating with a five-course beer dinner that will include dishes such as smoked tuna pate, fried chicken with gouda grits, and a coffee and doughnuts dessert for $65 per person. Reservations required. When: 7 p.m. [Photo: Josh C./Foursquare]

Martin House Brewing Company

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What: The Fort Worth brewery is throwing an early bird shindig with an open beer bar, dinner from Stone Catering (grilled chicken, cowboy potatoes, salad and dinner rolls) and live music. Tickets are $32 and must be purchased in advance here. When: 5-8 p.m. [Photo: Martin House/Facebook]
What: Get fancy with a four-course ($80 + $45 wine pairings) or six-course ($95 + $55 wine pairings) tasting menu with dishes like duck confit, prime hanger steak, and frozen chocolate souffle. Tack on Alba white truffles to every course (except dessert) for a $45 supplement. When: 5-7 p.m. for the four-course menu, 7:30-11 p.m. for the six-course menu. [Photo: Oak]

Origin Kitchen & Bar

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What: Origin is keeping it low-key by serving their regular menu with a festive bonus: Each entree comes with a complimentary glass of Champagne. When: 5 p.m.-10 p.m. [Photo: Origin]
What: Four-course tasting menu for $40 (plus $20 for wine pairings) with dishes like roasted oysters with Chiang Mai sausage and grilled lobster with red curry. Walk-ins welcome, but reservations recommended. When: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Garrett Hall/EDFW]

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse

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What: Four-course prix-fixe menu with dishes like shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, prime ribeye, veal chop, salmon, side, salad, and dessert (including a red velvet brownie). Early birds will be rewarded with a price of $99.95 for orders placed before 6:15 p.m.; otherwise, it's $109.95. When: 4 p.m.-11 p.m. [Photo: Pappas Bros.]
What: Three-course prix fixe with dishes like Wagyu sashimi, miso-sake sea bass, sushi, and five-spice chocolate torte, priced at $55 for the early seating; the later seating is $65 and includes an extra course and Champagne toast. When: 5:30-6:45 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. [Photo: Steel/Facebook]
What: The Hilton Anatole's steakhouse promises a 'white hot' party kicking off with a six-course tasting menu ($175, $260 with wine pairings), plus a six-course vegetarian option. The following party has a $75 cover charge (includes welcome cocktail and Champagne toast) and will feature a pianist, a DJ, and three separate lounge areas including a champagne lounge, a "speakeasy" with cocktails and jazz, and a chill room with a harpist. $39 supplement gets you a breakfast snack at 1 a.m. When: Dinner seatings begin at 7 p.m.; party from 10:30 p.m.-2 a.m. [Photo: Ser]

Meddlesome Moth

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What: The Moth is hosting a masquerade-themed four-course dinner by chef Robbie Lewis, with dish options including pistachio pork terrine, andouille gumbo, cashew-crusted tuna, NY steak, and chocolate-espresso mascarpone cake. $65 per person; last seating includes a Champagne toast. When: Seatings at 5:30, 7, and 9:30 p.m. [Photo: Meddlesome Moth/Facebook]

Front Room Tavern

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What: Three-course prix-fixe menu for $65 includes fancy fare like oysters with caviar, foie gras torchon, lobster thermidor, and duck a l'orange. When: 5 p.m.-midnight [Photo: Kevin Marple]

Kitchen LTO

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What: Four course prix-fixe for $99 per person includes options like steak tartare, boursin-stuffed mushrooms, beef tenderloin with lobster, and duck breast. Includes glass of Champagne and live music. When: 5-10 p.m. [Photo: Garrett Hall/EDFW]

LARK on the Park

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What: Lark is throwing a "50's Hollywood Glamour" themed dinner event with three (first seating, $85) or four courses (second and third seatings, $95); dress on theme if you feel so inclined. Expect course options like a charcuterie board, duck a l'orange, parsnip soup, grilled ribeye, and hazelnut pavlova. When: Seatings at 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 9 p.m. [Photo: Jimmy Ngo/Eight-O Management]

MAX's Wine Dive Dallas

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What: This West Village favorite will be serving up its usual a la carte menu along with "extravagant" specials and discounted Champagne, plus live music. When: 4 p.m.-midnight [Photo: eDo/Foursquare]

Saint Ann

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What: Saint Ann is offering a four-course NYE menu with dishes like Dungeness crab cakes, pumpkin soup, sea bass with pesto risotto, and cappuccino creme brulee. When: Before 6 p.m., $45; after 6 p.m., $60 (includes free glass of Champagne)

Lazaranda Modern Kitchen & Tequila

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What: This upscale Mexican restaurant in Addison will offer a four-course NYE menu for $49.95 that includes lobster tamal, choice of sea bass and scallops or grilled filet, tres leches cake, and a Champagne toast. When: 5-10 p.m. [Photo: Lazaranda/Facebook]

Canary By Gorji

What: Four-course prix fixe dinner for $79 per person includes options like a shrimp-stuffed grilled avocado, kale Caesar, prime filet, and wild boar with scallops; reservations must be made in advance and pre-paid by calling (972) 503-7080 When: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Margo Sivin/EDFW]

Cru Wine Bar

What: Three-course prix fixe (think oysters Rockefeller, lobster bisque, seared scallops, truffle-roasted chicken, and eggnog creme brulee) with an early seating priced at $50 and later seating with Champagne toast for $65. When: First seating 5:30-8 p.m., later seating 8:30-10 p.m. [Photo: Cru/Facebook]

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

What: The iconic steakhouse will serve a traditional steak, lobster, and sides a la carte menu with a Champagne toast at midnight. When: 4:30 p.m.-11 p.m. [Photo: Del Frisco's]

Fearing's

What: Fearing's will offer a three-course menu for $95 for the first seating, followed by a four-course menu with Champagne toast for $195 for the later seating; there will also be live music in the lobby and a balloon drop at midnight. When: 5:30-7 p.m. and 7:30-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Fearing's]

The Grape

What: A three-course prix fixe from chef Sarah Snow for $65 per person. Reservations recommended. When: Seatings every two hours beginning at 5 p.m. [Photo: Margo Sivin/EDFW]

The Holy Grail Pub

What: The Holy Grail is celebrating with a five-course beer dinner that will include dishes such as smoked tuna pate, fried chicken with gouda grits, and a coffee and doughnuts dessert for $65 per person. Reservations required. When: 7 p.m. [Photo: Josh C./Foursquare]

Martin House Brewing Company

What: The Fort Worth brewery is throwing an early bird shindig with an open beer bar, dinner from Stone Catering (grilled chicken, cowboy potatoes, salad and dinner rolls) and live music. Tickets are $32 and must be purchased in advance here. When: 5-8 p.m. [Photo: Martin House/Facebook]

Oak

What: Get fancy with a four-course ($80 + $45 wine pairings) or six-course ($95 + $55 wine pairings) tasting menu with dishes like duck confit, prime hanger steak, and frozen chocolate souffle. Tack on Alba white truffles to every course (except dessert) for a $45 supplement. When: 5-7 p.m. for the four-course menu, 7:30-11 p.m. for the six-course menu. [Photo: Oak]

Origin Kitchen & Bar

What: Origin is keeping it low-key by serving their regular menu with a festive bonus: Each entree comes with a complimentary glass of Champagne. When: 5 p.m.-10 p.m. [Photo: Origin]

Pakpao

What: Four-course tasting menu for $40 (plus $20 for wine pairings) with dishes like roasted oysters with Chiang Mai sausage and grilled lobster with red curry. Walk-ins welcome, but reservations recommended. When: 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m. [Photo: Garrett Hall/EDFW]

Pappas Bros. Steakhouse

What: Four-course prix-fixe menu with dishes like shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, prime ribeye, veal chop, salmon, side, salad, and dessert (including a red velvet brownie). Early birds will be rewarded with a price of $99.95 for orders placed before 6:15 p.m.; otherwise, it's $109.95. When: 4 p.m.-11 p.m. [Photo: Pappas Bros.]

Steel

What: Three-course prix fixe with dishes like Wagyu sashimi, miso-sake sea bass, sushi, and five-spice chocolate torte, priced at $55 for the early seating; the later seating is $65 and includes an extra course and Champagne toast. When: 5:30-6:45 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. [Photo: Steel/Facebook]

Sēr

What: The Hilton Anatole's steakhouse promises a 'white hot' party kicking off with a six-course tasting menu ($175, $260 with wine pairings), plus a six-course vegetarian option. The following party has a $75 cover charge (includes welcome cocktail and Champagne toast) and will feature a pianist, a DJ, and three separate lounge areas including a champagne lounge, a "speakeasy" with cocktails and jazz, and a chill room with a harpist. $39 supplement gets you a breakfast snack at 1 a.m. When: Dinner seatings begin at 7 p.m.; party from 10:30 p.m.-2 a.m. [Photo: Ser]

Meddlesome Moth

What: The Moth is hosting a masquerade-themed four-course dinner by chef Robbie Lewis, with dish options including pistachio pork terrine, andouille gumbo, cashew-crusted tuna, NY steak, and chocolate-espresso mascarpone cake. $65 per person; last seating includes a Champagne toast. When: Seatings at 5:30, 7, and 9:30 p.m. [Photo: Meddlesome Moth/Facebook]

Front Room Tavern