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Plenty to do this new years eve but what could be better than a Brewmaster's Ball with John Harris of Ecliptic Brewing? The poster above only hints at what's in store but word is John will be getting the beer industry all-star bluegrass band featuring himself on washboard and Cascade's Ron Gansberg among others together for this special show. If you havent seen one of John's rare performances, or been to the new Ecliptic Brewing yet, he rocks it.

December 31st 10pm - Last Call
825 N. Cook
Portland, OR


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


14 Delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve across Canada

By Daniel Ball

We’ve now entered the final push toward the end of 2020, and while the prospect of a new year always tends to be accompanied by optimism and excitement, this year we are especially looking forward to bidding farewell to the year that was with an array of luxurious and decadent festive fare.

Although most Canadian restaurants outside of B.C. aren’t currently offering dine-in services for New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of interesting takeout options, pre-prepared meal kits, and festive sips on offer from many of the country’s premier dining destinations.

TL DR - It's finally the end of 2020! Treat yourself to some delicious food and drink from an independent restaurant.

From a multi-course masquerade "ball" at Vancouver’s Pourhouse to a deliciously indulgent Italian feast for two from Saskatoon’s Primal, or an especially festive collaboration and virtual party at The Drake, here are 14 delicious ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style across Canada.

Inspired by their popular Brewmaster’s Dinner series, CRAFT Beer Market’s aptly named Byeee 2020 New Year’s Eve Brewmaster’s Dinner will offer viewers a chance to partake in a unique tasting experience featuring a five-course menu curated by CRAFT chefs across the country.

The interactive virtual event will feature a selection of local wine and beer pairings, special guest appearances, and will include live demos broadcast from CRAFT kitchens across Canada explaining how to reheat or plate menu items, as well as the concepts behind them. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite.

One of Calgary’s top holiday dining destinations year after year, Deane House is offering Calgarians a chance to take its award-winning restaurant experience home this New Year’s Eve with three delicious pre-prepared family-style dinners.

For the main course, diners will have the option between a bouillabaisse, a Borderland braised bison, and a leek and oyster mushroom tart. Each of the three dishes come complete with fried quinoa, sautéed bok choy, green salad, red fife wheat baguette, and a chocolate pave for dessert.

Additional wine pairings are available upon checkout. Orders can be made online.

Despite not being able to hold its annual end-of-year blowout, no Canadian New Year’s Eve compilation would be complete without Toronto institution, The Drake. For New Year’s Eve, all of the Drake chefs have collaborated to create a three-course menu featuring Drake Commissary bread and roast eggplant dip to start, followed by a steelhead salmon nicoise, short-rib with beans, rapini and gremolata, and a sticky toffee pudding to finish.

As an added bonus, The Drake has prepared a selection of festive sips that can be purchased upon checkout, including its newly developed NYE Spritz Cocktail Kit. The Drake will also be hosting a virtual New Year’s Eve show from Drake Underground that will be live-streamed.

The holiday season and Montreal’s acclaimed Restaurant L’Express have gone hand-in-hand for many Montrealers for years. And while like most Canadian restaurants this New Year’s Eve, L’Express won’t be offering its traditional in-house dining experience, they have put together a fantastic takeout menu for two to keep the tradition alive.

Priced at $98, the menu includes a mixed apero platter, a gravlax de saumon, a savoury duck and cèpe pie, and a chestnut bûche. Additionally, an array of offerings from the restaurant’s famous cave à vin will be available upon request. Orders can be placed over the phone.

If you’re looking for a traditional decadent New Year’s Eve dining experience in Vancouver, look no further than acclaimed eatery Five Sails. Known for its scenic views and sophisticated West Coast cuisine, Five Sails is offering guests a five-course menu that covers all the bases.

From locally-sourced oysters and smoked salmon to black truffle terrine and wild mushroom ravioli, to pan seared foie gras, scallops, and dover sole risotto, Five Sail’s menu will ensure you bid farewell to 2020 in the most luxurious of ways.

Another long standing restaurant institution that seems to be synonymous with celebration, Winnipeg’s Fusion Grill is offering guests a memorable multi-course meal that includes arctic char gravlax with Northern Pike Caviar, a Prairie dukkah beet salad, a spicy paella, slow-roasted beef back ribs, and more

To cap off the evening, Fusion is providing a baked mascarpone cheesecake with whipped blueberry and sparkling wine cream, a 13th Street BRUT Cuvee Rose, and a special surprise from Archangel Fireworks.

For the first time ever, acclaimed chef Angus An has made his New Year’s Eve chef’s tasting menus available for takeout, so whether you’d prefer to ring in the new year with an incredible restaurant dining experience or from the comfort of your own home, Maenam has you covered.

Each of chef An’s three New Year’s Eve menus include a duo of snacks, two starters, a trio of mains and a pair of desserts to finish. While you can’t go wrong with any of the available dishes, the spicy grilled scallop, the red cumin curry of duck confit, and the grilled banana with coconut-caramel sauce are definite standouts.

Reservations for dining in can be made over the phone, while orders for chef An’s tasting menus can be made online on December 31.

If chef-curated multi-course menus aren’t your thing but you still want to toast to the year that was with world class wines and award-winning cuisine, Montreal’s Mon Lapin is likely the option for you.

From a duck confit in smoked fat with pine and juniper to the salade rose (radicchio, red endives, elderberries, pumpkin seed praline vinaigrette, foie gras), to a mascarpone buckwheat bûche, Mon Lapin’s holiday à la carte menu has everything you need to make a memorable New Year’s Eve.


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