The Barrymore, Las Vegas’ newest hidden gem, will offer an exceptional New Year’s Eve experience of food, wine and atmosphere. The new culinary sensation will allow guests commemorate the end 2011 with a fantastic feast, and start 2012 with a champagne toast, all while celebrating with friends and family.
“We’re offering guests the chance to relax and spend New Year’s Eve with their loved ones while enjoying great food and wine,” said Chef Anthony Meidenbauer. “The Strip can be very overwhelming, and The Barrymore’s celebration is a way to ring in the New Year without the craziness.”
The New Year’s Eve prix fixe menu will start with veal sweet breads, white truffle gnocchi and parmesan foam. Next, diners will enjoy short rib and foie gras tortellini with a white verjus sauce. For the main course, guests will relish petite Buffalo filet mignon and roasted Maine lobster ‘Surf-n-Turf.’
The meal will finish with a white chocolate dome for dessert, and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. The prix fixe menu will be offered for $59 per person, and guests may add a wine pairing for $26. For reservations, guests may call 702.407.5303.
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Lauded an “off the Strip gem” by the New York Post, The Barrymore is located inside the Royal Resort on Convention Center Drive, providing a convenient location for business lunches or relaxing meals. This quaint dining spot is open for breakfast daily at 8 a.m. and again at 11:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and Friday and Saturday until midnight. For reservations, call 702.407.5303 or please visit www.BarrymoreLV.com
Bill Cody is an entertainment, technology and luxury travel reporter in Las Vegas. He reports on celebrities, events, tech, food, Las Vegas and luxury travel.
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