Dine out on New Year’s Eve: Toast 2018 with truffles, panna cotta, oysters, stimulating wines – Pittsburgh Post

What improved approach to ring in a new year than with a toast? A cocktail, perhaps, or maybe even some breakfast toast.

Pittsburgh has copiousness of dining options for New Year’s Eve on Sunday. Here’s a sampling that will assistance we devise your final dusk of this year. Note that some of these options offer a verbatim midnight toast, while others competence need we to toast 2018 a small progressing in a day.

Acorn: A six-course cooking will be served in dual seatings — one during 5:30 p.m. and a other during 8 p.m. The menu includes squid ink cannaroni with lobster and Rohan steep roasted with blood oranges and prunes. $75, accessible during exploretock.com/acornpgh. 5528 Walnut St., Shadyside; 412-530-5950; acornpgh.com. Toast to 2018: chocolate huckleberries and foie gras ice cream surfaced with smoked sea salt, and a champagne toast.

Bahama Breeze: The sequence restaurant, that has a plcae in Robinson, will reason a Caribbean-inspired Junkanoo celebration, commemorating travel parades hold in a Bahamas, with live song and giveaways. 6100 Robinson Centre Drive; 412-788-5790; bahamabreeze.com. Toast to 2018: $2.18 cocktails all day from a Legendary Island Cocktail Menu with 5 drinks, including a Goombay Smash (Cruzan Coconut, Spired and Bacardi Black rums churned with uninformed orange and pineapple juice) and a Dark ’n Stormy (Gosling’s Black Seal Rum with ginger beer).

Braddock’s Pittsburgh Brasserie: Five-course cooking with lobster cream soup, salad nicoise, mussels, foie gras, charcuterie, and snack choices of beef filet with cremini fungus puree and bone pith lyonnaise, halibut with golden beet roots and potato crisp, or tagliatelle with lamb and Swiss chard. Reservations are accessible between 1 and 10 p.m. $75. 107 Sixth St., Downtown; 412-922-2005; braddocksrestaurant.com. Toast to 2018: chocolate panna cotta with port-glazed amarena cherries.

Cure: The six-course menu highlights a restaurant’s standout dishes, including beef tartare, foie macarons and charcoal-roasted pork. Reservations are accessible between 4 and 9:45 p.m. $125 per person; discretionary pairings and full libation preference accessible for an additional charge. 5336 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412-252-2595; curepittsburgh.com. Toast to 2018: fourth march of cavatelli with Appalachian truffles, lobster, butter and parsley jus; dessert march of chocolate souffle cake with tahini, pomegranate, smoked goat cheese and ice cream.

Ditka’s: The Robinson grill has a special New Year’s Eve menu with choices of starters, soups, salads, entrees and sides, any sole separately. Couples can name a three-course “Dinner for Two” for $100 per couple, that includes 3 courses and a champagne toast. 1 Robinson Plaza; 412-722-1555; ditkasrestaurants.com. Toast to 2018: Choose from 8 stimulating wines/champagnes.

Eddie V’s: Starting during 10 p.m., a V Lounge will offer Moet champagnes by a glass, a nominal dessert bar, midnight toast, $8 chef’s teasers and oyster menu. Dinner is also accessible progressing in a evening. 501 Grant St., Downtown; 412-391-1714; eddiev.com. Toast to 2018: The dessert bar facilities crème brulee, chocolate truffles, cookies and panna cotta.

Federal Galley: “Brew Year’s Eve” facilities total pours from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. $75. 200 Children’s Way, North Side; galleygrp.com/locations-federal-galley. Toast to 2018: Choose from a lineup of 30 qualification beers.

Fl.2: The new dining judgment during Downtown’s Fairmont Pittsburgh hotel offers both brunch and cooking on New Year’s Eve. Brunch is a restaurant’s customary Sunday brunch menu, while cooking options will embody filet, lobster, steep confit, house-made pasta with caviar and bone pith with marshmallow. 510 Market St.; 412-773-8848; fl2pgh.com. Toast to 2018: oysters from a tender bar interconnected with bubbly by a glass.

FlowerHouse: The Wilkinsburg art core is hosting “Cupcakes Cocktails,” a New Year’s Eve brunch smorgasboard with signature cupcakes and specialty cocktails, and an art exhibit. Noon to 4 p.m. $35; tickets accessible during bdaynye2018.splashthat.com. 766 Penn Ave.; 412-401-6672. Toast to 2018: mimosa bar.

Hartwood Restaurant: Only cooking will be served on New Year’s Eve from 5 to 9:30 p.m. The four-course menu includes snack choices of filet mignon, salmon and scallops, smoked pig loin, veal osso buco, lobster or goat cheese ravioli with roasted asparagus. $60 per person. 3400 Harts Run Road, Indiana Township; 412-767-3500; hartwoodrestaurant.com. Toast to 2018: dessert choices of chocolate hiss pavlova, lemon spread tart, Pittsburgh pecan round with caramel or prohibited fudge, crème brulee or espresso chocolate torte, cleared down with a potion of stimulating wine.

Il Tetto: Ring in 2018 during Sienna Mercato’s rooftop splash garden with crafted cocktails, hors d’oeuvres buffet, champagne toast during midnight and jubilee favors from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. $150 station room only; $200 guaranteed seating; ages 21 and adult only. Five splash tickets are enclosed in a acknowledgment price. 942 Penn Ave., Downtown; 412-281-2810; siennamercato.com. Toast to 2018: Hors d’oeuvres smorgasboard includes braised pig belly, veal Parmesan, seafood mac and cheese, spinach artichoke dip, shrimp cocktail, beef and cheese plates, sausage in a blanket, Caesar salad, mini cheesecakes, lemon bars and peanut butter brownies.

Lidia’s Pittsburgh: The $50 per chairman cooking during a Strip District grill from 4:30 to 10 p.m. includes an antipasto (choose one from pig sausage with lentils, shrimp salad, octopus salad or apple and radicchio salad), pasta (pappardelle with shiitake and pork, steep and spinach ravioli), snack (choose one from beef tenderloin, yellowfin tuna, pig chops or lasagna with ricotta and mozzarella). 1400 Smallman St.; 412-552-0150; lidias-pittsburgh.com. Wine pairing is an additional $45. Toast to 2018: divert and sugar panacotta.

Lola Bistro: Take your choice of 3 nights. Lola is portion a special prix fixe menu from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday by Sunday. The menu includes smoked fish mousse blini roll, signature orange Caesar salad, snack choices of Scottish salmon with herbed risotto and apple slaw or caramelle pasta with braised beef brief rib and Parmesan jus, and dessert choices of pear torte or chocolate cake. $40. 1100 Galveston Ave., North Side; 412-322-1106; lola-bistro.com. Toast to 2018: prosecco toast with entertain bouche course.

Melting Pot: Entree march packages embody New Year’s Delight (lobster tail, filet mignon, teriyaki cooking sirloin, mojo shrimp, garlic chili chicken, furious fungus sachetti and winter unfeeling medley) or New Year’s Celebration (Memphis-style barbeque pig medallion, filet mignon, teriyaki cooking sirloin, black angus sirloin, garlic chili chicken, mascarpone and sun-dried tomato ravioli and winter unfeeling medley). Dessert march is a choice of several chocolate fondues with dippers. Five courses, champagne toast and present bag for $138 per couple; reservations after 9:45 p.m. are $99.95 per couple. 125 W. Station Square Drive, South Side; 412-261-3477; meltingpot.com/pittsburgh-pa/melting-pot-events.aspx. Toast to 2018: Second march is a choice of lobster bacon cheese, installed baked potato cheddar or stimulating gruyere cheese fondue.

Morcilla: Celebrate a new year Spanish-style with cider and a unchanging a la grant menu including charcuterie, preserved vegetables, oysters, beef tartare, tapas and more. Reservations accessible from 4 to 10 p.m. 3519 Butler St., Lawrenceville; 412-652-9924; morcillapittsburgh.com. Toast to 2018: Footprints Farm Cochinillo ($115; endorsed for 4 to 6 people) — crispy skin suckling pig fry with romesco sauce, piperade, salsa verde and toasted sourdough.

Muddy Waters Oyster Bar: The “Bubbles and Oysters Party” runs from 10 p.m. to midnight. $75 (tickets accessible by a Facebook eventuality page; go to facebook.com and hunt for “New Years Eve Oyster Party”). 130 S. Highland Ave., East Liberty; 412-361-0555; muddywaterspgh.com. Toast to 2018: Ticket includes dual nominal eyeglasses of stimulating booze and total entrance to name East and West Coast oysters.

Olive or Twist: New Year’s Eve jubilee from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. includes music, open bar, prohibited and cold hors d’oeuvres and desserts, print counter and midnight balloon drop. $150; ages 21 and adult only; accessible during eventbrite.com (search for “NYE 2018 Celebration during Olive or Twist!”). 140 Sixth St., Downtown. 412-255-0525; olive-twist.com. Toast to 2018: Open bar includes reward liquors.

Or, The Whale: Choices for a dusk embody a five-course prix fixe cooking with seatings during 5 or 7:30 p.m. ($135), booze pairings for an combined $50, a New Year’s Eve jubilee ($150), and a multiple sheet for a 7:30 p.m. cooking with a jubilee following ($250). The five-course cooking includes a roller and territory snack of dry-aged braised brief rib with truffle sauce, potato dauphinois, butter-poached and wood-fired lobster tail, caviar cream and charred greens. The jubilee with a live rope and dancing, starting during 10 p.m., includes chowder, crudo and caviar stations and an oyster cart. 463 Boulevard of a Allies, Downtown; 412-632-0002; orthewhalepgh.com. Toast to 2018: For a partygoers, a sheet includes 5 drinks from a champagne bar, a martini bar and a full splash and booze list, and a champagne toast during midnight.

Revel + Roost: There’s a bit of all accessible during this two-level Market Square restaurant. A sheet for a eve jubilee ($50 online, $75 during a door, ages 21 and adult only) includes open bar and dance floors with song starting during 9 p.m. Guests can also name to ascent to a 9 p.m. prix fixe cooking ($150) along with a party. Or if we cite a quieter dinner, seatings are accessible during 5 and 7 p.m. during Roost for a prix fixe cooking only, reduction a after party. 242 Forbes Ave. Tickets: showclix.com/event/revel-and-roost-new-years-eve-celebration. Toast to 2018: Champagne toast and balloon dump during midnight.

Scratch Food Beverage: Four-course cooking with seatings from 5 to 10 p.m. includes snack choice of tagliatelle with scallions and lemon or New York frame beef with potato, caramelized onion and red wine. $80 per person; $20 for discretionary booze pairings; reservations during opentable.com/r/scratch-pittsburgh. 1720 Lowrie St., Troy Hill; 412-251-0822; scratchfoodbev.com. Toast to 2018: Dark chocolate panna cotta espresso and churned cream for dessert.

Six Penn Kitchen: Specials embody an appetiser and dual snack choices. The appetiser consists of parched foie gras with cranberry gel, zucchini bread, and apple and raisin salad for $15. The roller ’n territory snack is grilled filet of beef with crab cake, wilted greens, pith hollandaise and scalloped potato for $40. Specials will be served from 5 to 9 p.m. 146 Sixth St., Downtown; 412-281-7366; sixpennkitchen.com. Toast to 2018: a some-more nontraditional snack special La Belle Farm steep breast with lentils, celery base and red booze bordelaise salsa for $31.

Smallman Galley: Four-course dish from Duncan St Dinners (duncanstdinners.com) served between 6:30 and 9 p.m. The menu works normal New Year’s Eve foods, sauerkraut and pork, into a dusk in a form of crispy pig ear and sauerkraut salad for a salad march and pig tenderloin with roasted potatoes and herb-roasted cauliflower for a categorical course. The Smallman Galley bar group will name interconnected beverages. $95 (includes 20 percent off tickets to Brew Year’s Eve during partner grill Federal Galley after in a evening). 54 21st St.; 412-281-0949; smallmangalley.org. Toast to 2018: champagne olive oil cake with champagne-marinated strawberries for dessert.

Spoonwood Brewing: Four-course splash pairing cooking from 6 to 8 p.m. with pig swell and slaw, burrata salad, hay-fired frame loin and blueberry and lemon shortcake trifle. $65. 5981 Baptist Road, Bethel Park; 412-833-0333; spoonwoodbrewing.com. Toast to 2018: Dinner pairings embody 4 brews — Eyes Aglow winter white, Shadowgraff cider/ale, Bruna Belgian porter and Elise barrel-aged saison — and a champagne toast.

Spork: Get your choice of a unchanging or vegetarian menu from 4 to 10 p.m. The unchanging menu includes honeyed potato gnocchi, jumbo pile crab souffle, arugula salad with smoked base vegetables and lobster, beef deckle with winter truffles, and chocolate orange bombe for dessert. The vegetarian choice subs rapini and Gruyere for a crab in a souffle, grilled halloumi for a lobster in a arugula salad, and ricotta, virtuoso and squish ravioli for a beef in a snack course. $100. 5430 Penn Ave., Bloomfield; 412-441-1700; sporkpittsburgh.com. Toast to 2018: $40 booze pairings accessible with dinner.

Superior Motors: Chef Kevin Sousa’s initial NYE cooking during his Braddock grill will underline a five-course prix fixe menu in dual seatings: 5 to 9 p.m. for $125 per person, or 9 p.m. to midnight for $135 per chairman (includes a champagne toast). Optional libation pairings are an combined $50. Dinner includes rib eye Wellington, lobster en papillote and baked Alaska. 1211 Braddock Ave. Reservations: 1-917-455-9207 or chris@superiormotors15104.com. Info: 412-271-1022; superiormotors15104.com. Toast to 2018: Smoked sturgeon with caviar and buckwheat along with a special residence cocktail that will be suggested during seating time.

Whitfield: A unchanging brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. But for dinner, that will be from 5 p.m. to midnight, Whitfield will offer from both a unchanging menu and an $80 four-course prix fixe menu. Ace Hotel Pittsburgh, 120 S. Whitfield, East Liberty; 412-626-3090; whitfieldpgh.com. Toast to 2018: The prix fixe menu includes fungus soup, frisee and watercress salad with preserved beets and poached egg, frame strain with ricotta pierogi and a creamsicle sundae.

Rebecca Sodergren: pgfoodevents@hotmail.com; @pgfoodevents.

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