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Ring in a New Decade at These 2019 New Year’s Eve Dinners and Parties in Portland [Updated]

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While New Year’s Eve is always a big deal in Portland, the end of the decade means that bars and restaurants are going all out with prix fixe meals, dinner specials, and booze-fueled parties. Many of the dinners fill up quickly, so it’s important to jump on reservations or else risk a Champagne-less, caviar-free night in. Of course, no judgement if that’s what’s most appealing.

This map ranges from the more formal, elaborate prix-fixe dinners to the late-night bashes with drinks and dancing. As usual, this map is organized geographically, not ranked.

This map was updated Monday, December 30 with new events and to remove sold-out dinners.

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An upscale, two-story restaurant and lounge, 23Hoyt will celebrate the end of the decade with its own prix fixe dinner. The four-course dinner will run for $85 per person and include a number of selections for each course with classic Pacific Northwest flavors including seared diver scallops, braised pork cheeks, poached kumquat salad, pan-seared salmon, risotto with charred winter mushrooms, and uni tagliarini. Reservations can be made by calling or visiting the website.

The chic, minimalist, vegetable-forward bistro G Love will celebrate its first New Years Eve with a six-course dinner for $80 per person. Dishes include oysters with a ponzu and yuzu mignonette and caviar-spiced Oregon hazelnuts, crispy fingerling potatoes, and hanger steak with caramelized onion. It will also offer a $35 drink pairing that includes wine, bubbly, and cocktails. Reservations are available from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and can be made at Resy.

Olympia Oyster Bar at Bar West

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Though Olympia Oyster Bar has closed its doors, it will pop up for a New Year’s Eve party at the fashionable, plant-strewn Bar West. An à la carte menu of OOB staples like raw or dressed oysters, ceviche, and the like will be available from 4 to 11 p.m., or diners can make reservations for the chef’s tasting menu, with seatings available from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The dinner includes oysters, smoked mussels, charred squid with mole, gooseneck barnacles, uni ice cream, and other seafood, and is $75 per person with wine pairings available for an additional $45. Reservations are available by emailing hello@westportland.com or calling Bar West. 

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Our fabulous time at our N Mississippi Ave location has come to an end. Our lease will be ending at the end of year. It is bitter sweet, as we have built such an extraordinary community of oyster lovers, passionate cooks, wine enthusiasts, talented curators, and a space that many and myself have called home for the last four years. I have been so immensely blessed to have had the team of people both past and present come through our oyster bar doors - that I consider my family for life. I am beyond grateful to all of our oyster farmers, farmers, seafood and wine purveyors for the tremendous support over the years. We could not have accomplished so much in our North Portland space without your love and support. As much as we love our NE neighborhood Oyster Bar, we are also ready to mix things up a bit.My passion for all things the sea are my driving force. As such I am exploring many projects and opportunities at the coast- while also joining forces with my dear friend at Nevør Shellfish Farms in Netarts Bay- to bring you the ultimate Farm to Bar experience this spring. We will also continue to look for a new home in PDX In the meantime, we will be popping up around town, shucking to our hearts content and bringing you the best of the Oregon Coast with a little bit of my beloved Baja to a space near you. Follow us on social media for additional announcements, pop-up locations, events, and news!!! Our last service at N Mississippi Ave will be on our 4 year anniversary – December 16th 4-9pm- with all of the trimmings. In the meantime, come visit us to end our tenure at our NE location with a bang!!!! Thank you to my entire community!!!! Gracias! with much love, appreciation and respect.

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Paley's Place Bistro & Bar

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Paley’s Place, the iconic northwest restaurant in a vintage home, will serve some New Years Eve specials alongside its regular menu, including a black caviar pie with potato latkes as well as a Japanese Wagyu beef with lobster tail, artichokes, and an Oregon black truffle Béarnaise. Reservations will be available 5 to 11 p.m., and can be made by visiting Resy or by calling.

Olympia Provisions NW

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The intimate, chic NW branch of Olympia Provisions will host its own New Years Eve dinner, celebrating the end of the year with a number of special dishes and wine pairings available à la carte or as a tasting menu for two for $170. Dishes include salt cod and sweetheart ham croquettes, pear and gilfeather soup with seared foie gras, Albacore tuna tartare, roast quail with chorizo-quince wild rice, and a 24-ounce dry aged ribeye with fries and roasted bone marrow for two. Reservations are available at the website.

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Governor’s Ball

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One of the biggest, most raucous New Year’s Eve events in Portland, The Governor’s Ball is entering its 9th year at the Sentinel Hotel (formerly the Governor Hotel). Tickets start at $125 for general admission, which includes a dance party, champagne toast, and party favors, while $225 tickets include a dinner by Jake’s Catering, as well as a reserved seat.

Arden, the stylish and modern wine bar and restaurant in the Pearl District, will have seatings from 6 to 10:30 for its last meal of the year. The four-course dinner includes a welcome cocktail along with choices for each course, like citrus salad, spaghetti with truffle butter, lobster gnocchi with Dungeness crab, miso-cured cod, General Tso’s oxtails, and olive oil cake. Supplements like wine pairings, caviar service, and raw oysters will also be available. Seatings from 6 to 8:30 p.m. are $85 per person while seatings from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. are $110 and include a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are available via OpenTable

Park Avenue Fine Wines

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The swanky, vintage wine shop and bar will be busting out some serious champagne for the end of the year, including a jeroboam of Pierre Péters Cuvée de Réserve Blanc de Blancs, along with other large scale bottles. Chef Karl Holl has a special, à la carte menu planned as well, with fun items like Chicken nuggets with caviar, wild mushroom toast with burrata, raw oysters, caviar and blini, and a scallop crudo. The party goes from 2 to 9 p.m., and revelers can just swing by.

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Rosa Rosa

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Chef Vitaly Paley’s stylish restaurant with stunning tiles and vaulted ceiling, will have a special à la carte menu to close out the year. Dinner include a 30-ounce grilled prime beef rib chop with a Chianti reduction, preserved shallots, and savory herbs; Dungeness crab pasta with Calabrian peppers; and grilled Maine lobster with creamy polenta. Reservations will be available between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., and are available via Resy or by calling.

Il Solito

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Il Solito, the chic, modernist Italian restaurant in the Hotel Vintage, will have a limited selection of its regular menu, along with a fun, multi-course dinner to welcome in the new year with some delicious carbs. Diners have a choice of item for each course (though a few courses do not include vegetarian dishes), with things like duck cappellacci, seared scallops, and 28-day-aged prime rib. Seatings are available from 5 to 11 p.m. and are $85 a person. Reservations can be at OpenTable.

Bacchus Bar

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Bacchus Bar wraps up its Christmas-themed Miracle Bar pop up on New Year’s Eve, with discounts on Miracle Bar cocktails for those dropping in. For those who want to really party, $60 tickets grant access to a limited open bar from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., passed bites from chef Matt Sigler, a bubbly toast, and access to games like pool. 

Red Star Tavern

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Red Star Tavern, the elegant hotel bar and restaurant with vintage vibes, will welcome revelers in with a dance party featuring the hits of the last few decades. $60 tickets include an open bar of beer, wine, and classic cocktails like the Seelbach and French 75, along with drinking snacks like glazed pork belly and spicy fried chicken sliders. Midnight will include a champagne toast. 

Xport Bar & Lounge

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Xport, the rooftop bar with two patios and ever-shifting colored mood lighting, will throw a skyline party with snacks, bubbles, and DJs. Standing room for the dance party is $85 per person, and includes a bubbly toast, party favors, and access to the food stations around the bar, while table reservations for four are $450. The party goes from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m and tickets are available here.

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Punch Bowl Social Portland

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For a more whimsical end to the decade, the sprawling, multi-roomed bar and game hall Punch Bowl Social will throw a futuristic, “3199”-themed party. DJs will be spinning some fun tunes, guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion (think sequins, satin, and anything else “futuristic”), and the bar will serve a speciality sparkling rosé punch. There’s no cover, so party-goers can show up as they please. 

Rosé punch at Punch Bowl Social
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Quaintrelle

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The moody, romantic bistro Quaintrelle will serve a seven-course prix fixe dinner to close out the year. The dinner features local seafood, seasonal vegetables, and other Northwest items like lobster fried rice, oysters with whipped lardo and grapefruit, beef cheek with squashes and foie gras, and delice de bourgogne — a soft French cheese — with asian pear and celery. Dinner is $140 with seatings at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.; wine pairings and cocktails will be available for purchase. Reservations and the full menu can be found at Tock

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Tope, the plant-filled rooftop bar at the Hoxton Hotel, will host a bubbly-fueled dance party to kick off the new year. The $100 party includes two drinks, a Champagne toast, food, and dancing, with additional NYE cocktails and wine available for purchase, including vintage Cristal. Tickets are available here.

Lovely Rita

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The Hoxton Hotel’s elegant dining room Lovely Rita will welcome in the New Year with a celebratory jazz dinner — From 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. diners will find live music as well as a four-course dinner with Champagne for $65 per person. Each course includes a few options, including vegetarian dishes, like roasted winter squash, Dungeness crab risotto, pan-seared scallops with uni cream, winter vegetable tart, petite ribeye with sunchoke gratin, and a dark chocolate tart. Reservations are available here.  

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Olympia Provisions SE

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Olympia Provisions cozily industrial restaurant and butchery in SE will have a special four-course dinner to ring in the new year. Each course comes with multiple options, mostly meatier, New American dishes like cured salmon with beets and creme fraiche, duck confit with black trumpets and turnips, and oxtail ravioli with braised mustards and rutabaga. Dinner is $65 per person with an optional $35 wine pairing. Reservations are available at the website.

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Dóttir

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Dóttir, the suave and Scandinavian bar and restaurant at the Kex Hotel, will welcome in the new year with a DJ dance party as well as some dinner specials. Festive specials include winter-spiced duck with wilted greens, citrus, and pomegranate, and fries with hackleback caviar and skyr made in-house, with reservations available from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. At 9 p.m. the bar transitions to a DJ-fueled evening until 1 a.m.

Revelry

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The utterly hip bar and restaurant Revelry is bringing back its “champagne wishes and caviar dreams” party, a glitz-glam, faux-luxe spectacle complete with a fancy toast buffet, music by DJ Bazooka Ben, an ice luge, and a Mrs. Yang’s Fried Chicken sauce fountain. $50 tickets come with all of the above, plus bubbles at midnight, a hangover kit, and two cocktails. The party starts at 10 p.m. and ends at 2 a.m.; tickets can be purchased at the restaurant and Eventbrite.

Cool, laid-back lounge Lulu will throw a black-tie bash for New Year’s Eve, complete with dj Chookie Crisp, a free photo booth, an ice sculpture, and confetti cannons at midnight. The $60 entry tickets also include two cocktails, champagne, hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are available on Eventbrite, but note: They’re not playing when it comes to the black tie business — the black tie dress code and dress shoes are required.

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The front lounge area at Lulu
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Voysey, the brand new subterranean speakeasy with some serious talent behind the bar, will host its own New Years Eve party with a 1920s-meets-Disco theme (think sequins. Lots of sequins). Reservations to the party are $30, with the fee going towards a bar tab and midnight Champagne toast. Interested parties should direct message Voysey at its Instagram page.

The expansive and upscale Italian restaurant Renata will serve a special $85 multi-course menu for the New Year. There are a few options for each course, including a “Seven Fishes” risotto and a 55-day dry-aged bone-in New York steak, plus panna cotta or profiteroles for dessert. An optional wine pairing will be $55, and reservations are available via Resy. The regular menu will not be available.

The tiny sustainable seafood spot Erizo, named one of Eater National’s best new restaurants of 2019, is going even ritzier for New Year’s Eve, serving things like Oregon shellfish, first-of-the-season Dungeness crab, spoonbill sturgeon caviar, red abalone, and purple sea urchin. The dinner is $125 per person, with Champagne and sake pairings for another $75. Reservations are available on Resy.

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Sea urchin at Erizo
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Normandie

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The elegant, nautical-themed bistro Normandie will wish the 2010s goodbye with a three-course dinner for $70 per person. Each course has a number of selections available with a heavy focus on Normandie’s signature Bretonic-meets-Pacific flair, like marinated hamachi with Dungeness crab, grilled trout with smoked root vegetable puree, seared ahi with pumpkin mole, or tamarind-braised short ribs with cacao gnocchi and cured lemon gremolata. Add-ons include oysters, oxtail croquettes, and lobster blini, and reservations can be made at the website or by calling. 

Portland’s beloved Russian restaurant Kachka will serve its regular menu, along with a “super premium Ruskie zakuski experience” amongst the Russian artwork and wall rugs. The tasting menu includes a table-full of snacks and treats, like house pickles, pickled snails, caviar and roe, lamb tartare, rabbit roulet and truffles, and prawn Olivier in “profiteroles baskets.” The dinner is $75 per person, with reservations available from around 5 to 11:15 p.m. Father Winter will be dropping in throughout the night, and the restaurant will have a Champagne toast at midnight.

The sprawling dining room at Kachka
Kachka’s sprawling dining room
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Pix Patisserie / Bar Vivant

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Pix Patisserie, the cute chocolate shop, and its adjacent vintage wine bar Bar Vivant, will host an end of the year party with a $10 cover fee, complete with a complimentary chocolate buffet and a glass of cava. The party starts at 10 p.m. with raffle prizes every 30 minutes, including a first crack at the buffet, which opens at midnight. Best dressed revelers can win a $100 gift certificate. 

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Pix Patisserie and Bar Vivant
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Pairings Portland Wine Shop & Bar

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Pairings, the cozy, eclectically decorated and playful wine bar, will offer a sparkling wine flight from 3 to 7 p.m. for all those who want to get the bubbly popped and the party started early. $35 includes a flight of four half-glasses of different styles of bubbly, each paired with a snack, like cava with spiced, warm marcona almonds, and a treat from Tails and Trotters. Walk-ins are welcome.

Carne, a warm Latin steakhouse and jazz bar, will ring in the new year with a four-course dinner followed by a cover-free, Jazz-fueled party. Seatings are available from 5 to 5:30 for $35 for person, 7 to 7:30 for $45, and 9 to 9:30 for $55 per person — those in the final seating will be able to keep their table for the party, which starts at 9:30, with music, cigar service, complimentary cava at midnight, and party favors. The dinner menu includes a number of options, including shrimp cocktails, grilled tenderloin, and saffron rice with vegetables; reservations are available by calling or emailing info@carnepdx.com.

Olympia Provisions Public House

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The more casual, bistro branch of the Olympia Provisions group, the OP Public House will feature a cheesy end to the year with a Swiss fondue dinner. Diners will find Neuchatel Swiss fondue in pots along with all the dipping dishes like Olympia Provisions kielbasa, apples, fingerling potatoes, pickles, soft pretzels, and Grand Central Baking baguette. The dinner, served between 6 p.m. and 1 a.m., is $100 for two and includes fondues, salads, dessert, a bottle of sparkling wine, and a champagne toast at midnight. 

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Fondue at Olympia Provisions
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23Hoyt

An upscale, two-story restaurant and lounge, 23Hoyt will celebrate the end of the decade with its own prix fixe dinner. The four-course dinner will run for $85 per person and include a number of selections for each course with classic Pacific Northwest flavors including seared diver scallops, braised pork cheeks, poached kumquat salad, pan-seared salmon, risotto with charred winter mushrooms, and uni tagliarini. Reservations can be made by calling or visiting the website.

G-Love

The chic, minimalist, vegetable-forward bistro G Love will celebrate its first New Years Eve with a six-course dinner for $80 per person. Dishes include oysters with a ponzu and yuzu mignonette and caviar-spiced Oregon hazelnuts, crispy fingerling potatoes, and hanger steak with caramelized onion. It will also offer a $35 drink pairing that includes wine, bubbly, and cocktails. Reservations are available from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and can be made at Resy.

Olympia Oyster Bar at Bar West

Though Olympia Oyster Bar has closed its doors, it will pop up for a New Year’s Eve party at the fashionable, plant-strewn Bar West. An à la carte menu of OOB staples like raw or dressed oysters, ceviche, and the like will be available from 4 to 11 p.m., or diners can make reservations for the chef’s tasting menu, with seatings available from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The dinner includes oysters, smoked mussels, charred squid with mole, gooseneck barnacles, uni ice cream, and other seafood, and is $75 per person with wine pairings available for an additional $45. Reservations are available by emailing hello@westportland.com or calling Bar West. 

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Our fabulous time at our N Mississippi Ave location has come to an end. Our lease will be ending at the end of year. It is bitter sweet, as we have built such an extraordinary community of oyster lovers, passionate cooks, wine enthusiasts, talented curators, and a space that many and myself have called home for the last four years. I have been so immensely blessed to have had the team of people both past and present come through our oyster bar doors - that I consider my family for life. I am beyond grateful to all of our oyster farmers, farmers, seafood and wine purveyors for the tremendous support over the years. We could not have accomplished so much in our North Portland space without your love and support. As much as we love our NE neighborhood Oyster Bar, we are also ready to mix things up a bit.My passion for all things the sea are my driving force. As such I am exploring many projects and opportunities at the coast- while also joining forces with my dear friend at Nevør Shellfish Farms in Netarts Bay- to bring you the ultimate Farm to Bar experience this spring. We will also continue to look for a new home in PDX In the meantime, we will be popping up around town, shucking to our hearts content and bringing you the best of the Oregon Coast with a little bit of my beloved Baja to a space near you. Follow us on social media for additional announcements, pop-up locations, events, and news!!! Our last service at N Mississippi Ave will be on our 4 year anniversary – December 16th 4-9pm- with all of the trimmings. In the meantime, come visit us to end our tenure at our NE location with a bang!!!! Thank you to my entire community!!!! Gracias! with much love, appreciation and respect.

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Paley's Place Bistro & Bar

Paley’s Place, the iconic northwest restaurant in a vintage home, will serve some New Years Eve specials alongside its regular menu, including a black caviar pie with potato latkes as well as a Japanese Wagyu beef with lobster tail, artichokes, and an Oregon black truffle Béarnaise. Reservations will be available 5 to 11 p.m., and can be made by visiting Resy or by calling.

Olympia Provisions NW

The intimate, chic NW branch of Olympia Provisions will host its own New Years Eve dinner, celebrating the end of the year with a number of special dishes and wine pairings available à la carte or as a tasting menu for two for $170. Dishes include salt cod and sweetheart ham croquettes, pear and gilfeather soup with seared foie gras, Albacore tuna tartare, roast quail with chorizo-quince wild rice, and a 24-ounce dry aged ribeye with fries and roasted bone marrow for two. Reservations are available at the website.

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The dining room at Olympia Provisions NW
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Governor’s Ball

One of the biggest, most raucous New Year’s Eve events in Portland, The Governor’s Ball is entering its 9th year at the Sentinel Hotel (formerly the Governor Hotel). Tickets start at $125 for general admission, which includes a dance party, champagne toast, and party favors, while $225 tickets include a dinner by Jake’s Catering, as well as a reserved seat.

Arden

Arden, the stylish and modern wine bar and restaurant in the Pearl District, will have seatings from 6 to 10:30 for its last meal of the year. The four-course dinner includes a welcome cocktail along with choices for each course, like citrus salad, spaghetti with truffle butter, lobster gnocchi with Dungeness crab, miso-cured cod, General Tso’s oxtails, and olive oil cake. Supplements like wine pairings, caviar service, and raw oysters will also be available. Seatings from 6 to 8:30 p.m. are $85 per person while seatings from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. are $110 and include a champagne toast at midnight. Reservations are available via OpenTable

Park Avenue Fine Wines

The swanky, vintage wine shop and bar will be busting out some serious champagne for the end of the year, including a jeroboam of Pierre Péters Cuvée de Réserve Blanc de Blancs, along with other large scale bottles. Chef Karl Holl has a special, à la carte menu planned as well, with fun items like Chicken nuggets with caviar, wild mushroom toast with burrata, raw oysters, caviar and blini, and a scallop crudo. The party goes from 2 to 9 p.m., and revelers can just swing by.

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Rosa Rosa

Chef Vitaly Paley’s stylish restaurant with stunning tiles and vaulted ceiling, will have a special à la carte menu to close out the year. Dinner include a 30-ounce grilled prime beef rib chop with a Chianti reduction, preserved shallots, and savory herbs; Dungeness crab pasta with Calabrian peppers; and grilled Maine lobster with creamy polenta. Reservations will be available between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m., and are available via Resy or by calling.

Il Solito

Il Solito, the chic, modernist Italian restaurant in the Hotel Vintage, will have a limited selection of its regular menu, along with a fun, multi-course dinner to welcome in the new year with some delicious carbs. Diners have a choice of item for each course (though a few courses do not include vegetarian dishes), with things like duck cappellacci, seared scallops, and 28-day-aged prime rib. Seatings are available from 5 to 11 p.m. and are $85 a person. Reservations can be at OpenTable.

Bacchus Bar

Bacchus Bar wraps up its Christmas-themed Miracle Bar pop up on New Year’s Eve, with discounts on Miracle Bar cocktails for those dropping in. For those who want to really party, $60 tickets grant access to a limited open bar from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m., passed bites from chef Matt Sigler, a bubbly toast, and access to games like pool. 

Red Star Tavern

Red Star Tavern, the elegant hotel bar and restaurant with vintage vibes, will welcome revelers in with a dance party featuring the hits of the last few decades. $60 tickets include an open bar of beer, wine, and classic cocktails like the Seelbach and French 75, along with drinking snacks like glazed pork belly and spicy fried chicken sliders. Midnight will include a champagne toast. 

Xport Bar & Lounge

Xport, the rooftop bar with two patios and ever-shifting colored mood lighting, will throw a skyline party with snacks, bubbles, and DJs. Standing room for the dance party is $85 per person, and includes a bubbly toast, party favors, and access to the food stations around the bar, while table reservations for four are $450. The party goes from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m and tickets are available here.

Xport Bar & Lounge
The multicolored lights at Xport Bar & Lounge
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Punch Bowl Social Portland

For a more whimsical end to the decade, the sprawling, multi-roomed bar and game hall Punch Bowl Social will throw a futuristic, “3199”-themed party. DJs will be spinning some fun tunes, guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion (think sequins, satin, and anything else “futuristic”), and the bar will serve a speciality sparkling rosé punch. There’s no cover, so party-goers can show up as they please. 

Rosé punch at Punch Bowl Social
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Quaintrelle

The moody, romantic bistro Quaintrelle will serve a seven-course prix fixe dinner to close out the year. The dinner features local seafood, seasonal vegetables, and other Northwest items like lobster fried rice, oysters with whipped lardo and grapefruit, beef cheek with squashes and foie gras, and delice de bourgogne — a soft French cheese — with asian pear and celery. Dinner is $140 with seatings at 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.; wine pairings and cocktails will be available for purchase. Reservations and the full menu can be found at Tock

Quaintrelle
Quaintrelle
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Tope

Tope, the plant-filled rooftop bar at the Hoxton Hotel, will host a bubbly-fueled dance party to kick off the new year. The $100 party includes two drinks, a Champagne toast, food, and dancing, with additional NYE cocktails and wine available for purchase, including vintage Cristal. Tickets are available here.