Celebrate Christmas Eve & New Year's Eve at SD26 in New York City

December 9, 2010 - by CG News Desk
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Tony May and Marisa May's SD26 (19 E. 26th St. at Madison Ave., 212-265-5959; -- which sets the standard for contemporary Italian cuisine in New York and was named one of Esquire magazine's "Best" New Restaurants In New York, 2010 -- will have a special Christmas Eve menu, available Dec. 20-24 ($90/person). Enjoy the traditional "Feast of the Seven Fishes" with a 5-course prix fixe menu that you can view in detail here. The regular SD26 menu will also be available.

And on the 31st, you can ring in 2011 with their New Year's Eve Gala Dinner, with seating at 9pm. In addition to a 4-course prix-fixe menu ($250/person; click here for details), wine pairings, amidnight champagne toast, a live DJ & dancing until 2am. Early Seating from 5:30-7pm features SD26's regular a la carte menu.

You can also join them in SD26's beautiful wine bar and lounge as they ring in the new year in style. Their New Year's Eve Lounge Package (10pm-2am) is $75/person; click here for details.

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