Celebrate New Year's Eve at The Americano


Hotel Americano

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The Americano (518 West 27th Street, 212-525-0000, http://www.hotel-america…) is holding a stylish New Year's Eve party -- the Masquerade Ball, complete with dinner and dancing (1st seating 7pm, $105 three-course meal and champagne toast; second seating 9pm $250 four-course dinner and bottle of champagne for 2) . Guests are encouraged to wear black and white for the bash, which pays homage to the costume parties that were all the rage in France during the 15th century. The design of the restaurant perfectly embodies the party's sleek theme: Black banquets give The Americano an air of sophistication, while high ceilings, large light fixtures and floor-to-ceiling windows accentuate the light-filled room. And The Americano's New Year's Eve tasting menu is just as stunning as the décor, featuring Executive Chef Joseph Buenconsejo's exquisite French fare with a Latin flair.

Or, head up to Conosur, Hotel Americano's new winter rooftop wonderland! Sink into the sheepskin covered chairs and gaze up at the stars as you enjoy a special New Year's Eve menu with wine and cocktail pairings ($395). Live jazz performance by Cole Ramstad & Band will keep you entertained, and magnums of champagne will be popping at midnight!

Hotel Americano's New Year's Eve 12.31.12

WATCH THE STARS Rooftop Dining at Conosur Menu & Pairing $395 Live Jazz Performance by Cole Ramstad and Band

MASQUERADE BALL at The Americano 1st Seating 7PM 3 Course Prix Fixe Dinner Champagne Toast $105

2nd Seating 9:30PM 4 Course Prix Fixe Dinner Bottle of champagne for two

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