Saturday, March 17, 2018

Sip, Sup & Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Southlake

The countdown is on—it’s almost time to sip, sup and celebrate New Year’s Eve in Southlake! With more than 130 dining options, you’re sure to find the perfect spot to ring in the new year.

Whether you’re seeking a romantic evening with your sweetheart or toasting with friends, choose from upscale, casual or family-style dining options. Here are a few Southlake restaurants that are pulling out all the stops for New Year’s Eve:

Del Frisco’s Grille is getting the party started early, offering a special New Year’s Eve menu from December 29-31, in addition to a celebratory New Year’s toast on the big night. Diners may select from three fixed price courses, including favorites like Artichoke Beignets, Coffee Braised Pork Shank and Nutella Bread Pudding. Brunch will also be served all weekend long—including New Year’s Day—allowing patrons to refuel from late night festivities with options like Crabcake Benedict or Red Velvet Belgian Waffles.

Truluck’s is also offering a reason to celebrate the night in style, complete with a four-course, fixed price menu, party favors and more. Share a first course of Oysters Rockefeller before savoring Lobster Bisque, Miso-Glazed Seabass, and enjoying a sweet ending with Chocolate Malt Cake, among other delicious selections. As always, diners will find the perfect compliments to each chef-prepared dish with delicious wines by the glass and bottle—and plenty of bubbly options for toasting to the new year.

Kirby’s Steakhouse is going all out for New Year’s Eve with dinner, dancing, and a midnight countdown with a complimentary champagne toast. The special four-course, fixed price menu boasts festive favorites like Duck Confit Egg Rolls, Blue Crab & Roasted Corn Chowder, Angus Ribeye—among other signature steak options, and Chocolate & Eggnog Soiree. Not a night owl? Early diners receive a discount (reservations before 4:45 pm).

Hungry to get the party started? Don’t hesitate to make a reservation—and a resolution—to celebrate 2018 in Southlake.

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