New Year's Eve Destination Dining



With New Year's Eve just around the corner, make your reservations as soon as possible. Here are a few options to consider for a romantic and remarkable meal.

 

 

 

 

PLACE DISH DESCRIPTION PRICE IN A WORD
Wentworth by the Sea

588 Wentworth Rd., New Castle
(888) 252-6888

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Polynesian Night Ball: hors d'oeuvre stations with free-flowing champagne followed by Tastes of the Islands buffet dinner, four-hour open bar and midnight champagne toast.

Music by Boston City Rhythm; party hats, noisemakers and favors.

$149.95 pp

Festive n' Fun

Mountain View Grand Resort

Mountain View Road Whitefield
(866) 484-3843

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Grand Buffet held in the beautiful Crystal Ballroom featuring carving stations and dessert selections.

Live band, fireworks at midnight, special program for kids.
$85 pp
Family-Friendly
Omni Mount Washington Resort

310 Mt. Washington Hotel Rd.
Bretton Woods
(603) 278-1000

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New Year's Celebration Package includes black tie dinner in the Presidential Ballroom with five-course dinner, one night luxury accommodations and a full breakfast.


Live jazz during dinner, Times Square North party after dinner with a DJ and fireworks at midnight.

$379 pp
 

Grand
Sugar Hill Inn

116 Rte. 117
(800) 548-4748

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Country inn setting with hors d'oeuvre party, four-course dinner and a midnight champagne toast.


Live music.

$110 pp

Cozy
Colby Hill Inn

33 The Oaks
Henniker
(800) 531-0330

Website

Gala New Year's Eve Dinner includes a candlelit four-course dinner with seatings from 5 p.m.–9 p.m. Special weekend package for two nights, Gala Dinner, split of champagne, handmade truffles and two mornings' full breakfast.

Fireside backgammon or moonlit snowshoe walk.
$65 pp for Gala Dinner for $490 per couple for weekend package



Romantic

 

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