New Year's Eve Parties and Jan. 1 Brunch Options for Northeast Queens

Find out where you can ring in the New Year or have brunch the following day in Bayside, Douglaston and Little Neck.

New Year’s Eve will be here before you know it, so now’s the time to figure out how you’ll ring in 2013 or make plans for New Year’s Day brunch.

Several restaurants and bars in northeast Queens will host New Year’s Eve parties or Jan. 1 brunches.

Take a look at Patch’s list of local businesses that are holding events or offering specials. And add any other spots you know are hosting parties or brunches in the comment section below.

Bourbon Street – This popular Bell Boulevard eatery will offer a four-course prix fixe meal on New Year’s Eve. Visit Bourbon Street’s website for the full menu. For reservations, call 718-224-2200.

The Douglaston Manor – The banquet hall will host a New Year’s Eve dinner from 7:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. that will include a special menu with first and second courses, an entrée and dessert. Check out the manor’s website for a rundown of items being served. The dinner is $125 per person. Call 718-224-8787 for reservations.

Giardino – This Little Neck Italian eatery will offer family style appetizers, chef tastings of various pastas, entrees and dessert at $52 per person on New Year’s Eve.

Il Bacco – This Italian restaurant’s New Year’s Eve party will include food, music and dancing. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 718-224-7657.

Il Toscano- Douglaston’s Il Toscano has a full menu for New Year’s Eve, including salads, antipasti, pasta and a variety of entress, such as pan seared red snapper, Dijon crusted lamb chops and shell steak. For reservations, call 718-631-0300.

La Baraka – This Bayside restaurant, which serves French food with a touch of North Africa, will have two seatings on Dec. 31. A complete dinner will cost $42.50, but less expensive options are available. La Baraka will not serve brunch on New Year’s Day, but dinner seatings will begin at 4 p.m.


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