Whether you are looking to grab a bite before the big night out or going for something more low-key this year, New Year's Eve is one of the best nights to dine at one of Los Angeles' most-buzzed about restaurants.

Many are offering special menus, live music and complimentary champagne to help ring in 2017 style. From celebrity hotspot Catch LA to sexy sushi spot Katana, there are a ton of delectable dinner options that shouldn't be missed before the end of the year. 

Keep reading to see our top 10 LA NYE restaurant picks below.

CATCH LA 8715 Melrose Ave., West Hollywood Photo: CATCH LA

Catch LA

Spotting celebrities like Kate Hudson, Selena Gomez, Orlando Bloom and Ryan Seacrest at Catch LA is always common at the new LA hotspot. This New Year’s Eve, dine like the stars by reserving a table as part of an early seating or a late seating. The restaurant will offer its a la carte menu, plus a few standout specials, including Oven Roasted Dorade and Five Pound Wild Caught Norwegian King Crab with a per person food and beverage minimum.  They will also have a DJ for the late seating and will be bringing in TVs too, so guests can watch the ball drop while eating in style.

Delilah 7969 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood Photo: Delilah


For its first New Year's Eve, the h.wood Group’s newest endeavor, Delilah in West Hollywood, will be celebrating with a night of dinner and dancing, black tie Gatsby-style. The hybrid restaurant/lounge will offer two seatings, $150 for the first seating 7 p.m. until 8:30 pm. and $300 for a second seating anytime after 9 p.m. which comes with one complimentary bottle of Perrier-Jout Bell Epoque Champagne for every six guests.

Prix fixe menu includes standout items such as Fried Calamari, Pan Seared Salmon and Delilah's famous Slutty Brownie dessert. 

For reservations call 323.745.0600 or email reservations@delilahla.com.

Tuck Room Tavern Tuck Room Tavern, 10850 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. Photo: Tuck Room Tavern

Tuck Room Tavern 

Tuck Room Tavern in Westwood is unlike any other NYE dining experience. Food fans can enjoy a five-course dinner 5- 8 p.m. for $75 per person and optional wine flight for additional $35, which includes Ahi Tuna Cudo Cone  with tempura Hass avocado, yuzu aioli, togarashi and chili oil, Root Vegetable Duo gratin onion soup and salad, Seared Scallops with cauliflower puree, brown butter-meyer lemon vinaigrette and pea tendrils, a “Land & Sea” main dish with grilled petite filet mignon, butter poached lobster tail, crispy fingerlings, truffled  and béarnaise and finishing with a Red Velvet Pavlova crispy vanilla meringue, red velvet raspberry chunk ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate sauce. 

Tuck Room Tavern is also offering a Cocktail Countdown for $60. At 9 p.m., enjoy the Norma Jean Cocktail with strawberries, vodka and lemonade. At 10 p.m. sip on the  Lookbetternaked Margarita made with 100 percent de Agave Camarena Tequila, organic agave nectar, lemon, lime and sweet herb of Paraguay. At 11 p.m. try the Tiki Foreplay with Bacardi Anejo, El Dorado 8-year-old Demerara Rum, Balsam Amaro, blood orange, magnolia, strawberry, pineapple and passion fruit. At midnight, toast the new year with glass of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne.

Guests can extend their holiday celebration by heading to the adjacent iPic Theaters to see one of the much-anticipated new film releases, including this season’s must-see blockbusters, such as "La La Land," "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" and "Passengers." Rather than watching from small uncomfortable seats with basic movie snacks, iPic Theaters LA offers ultra-wide reclining seats with individual service call buttons that summon ninja-like servers in case you still have room for a few more treats.

In fact,  iPic’s specially crafted Dining in the Dark in-theater menu gets a sweet feature to ring in the New Year with a festive dessert from Chef Sherry Yard. For one night only, New Year’s Eve moviegoers can order a celebratory Baked Alaska made with raspberry sorbet, vanilla gelato, warm toasted meringue, chocolate sauce and pearls, with a  $12 glass of La Marca Prosecco to ring in 2017 or luxe it with a $17 pour of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne. Guests can also simply enjoy the elegant dessert a la carte for $8.

For reservations call 310-307-7004 

Cocktail Countdown tickets available HERE

Bagatelle Los Angeles 755 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood Photo: Bagatelle Los Angeles

Bagatelle Los Angeles

This New Year's Eve, Bagatelle Los Angeles introduces two special prix fixe packages that include bottle service and new dishes available for one night only. The first seating, priced at $100 per person, is a savory three-course meal that offers Homard Poche et Caviar D’Esturgeon (Maine lobster with sturgeon caviar, Bellwether Farms ricotta and nueske’s bacon), Risotto Aux Chanterelles et a la Truffe Noir (chanterelle mushroom, butternut squash, cipollini, arugula) and Gateau au Chocolat Chaud et Grand Marnier (warm chocolate cake with caramel budino, whipped crème fraiche and tahitian vanilla ganache), to name a few.

The second seating, priced at $175 per person, is an exquisite five course meal that offers Heirloom et Petites Betteraves (baby beets, Dom Perignon rosé compressed pear 24k gold vinaigrette and arugula), Les Pates Papardelle (hand-cut pasta with butter-poached Maine lobster, radicchio and caviar crema), Cotelette D’Agneau Sonoma (grilled lamb rack, smoked merguez, brussels sprouts and rosemary-pear chutney), Raspberry-Dom Perignon Gelée (champagne sorbet) and Genoise a la Noix de Doco (coconut sponge, caramelia-gold ganache and rum crème anglaise).

For reservations call 310-659-3900 or visit bistrotbagatelle.com.

Paley 6115 Sunset Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles Photo: Paley


Ring in 2017 at Paley, in the heart of Hollywood starting at 5:30 pm. For $65 per guest (and $35 wine pairing) guests can enjoy a celebratory four-course dinner with menu items, including mirin-braised Pork Belly with ginger-apple puree and Pan-Roasted Halibut with caviar.

While you dine, a five-piece jazz band will play tunes until 11 p.m., when a live DJ duo will start their set as guests watch the ball drop. At midnight toast the new year with a complimentary glass of champagne and stay for the party until 2 a.m.

For reservations visit paleyhollywood.com.

Fig & Olive Melrose Place  8490 Melrose Pl., West Hollywood Photo: Fig & Olive Melrose Place 

Fig & Olive Melrose Place 

Celebrate the debut of 2017 in style at Fig & Olive Melrose Place's annual White & Gold Party. Guests will sit down to an amazing four-course dinner menu, including dishes like lobster bisque, foie gras served with fig chutney, seared sea scallops in a vinegar truffle dressing and beef filet mignon (we're drooling already). Fig & Olive will also have a champagne toast and a countdown to the new year with a balloon drop and tunes by the hottest DJs.

For reservations call 310-360-9100 or email melroseplace@figandolive.com

Michael's on Naples 5620 E. 2nd St., Long Beach Photo: Michael's on Naples

Michael's on Naples

Head to the beach, Long Beach that is, and kick off 2017 at Michael's on Naples with an irresistible Italian five-course meal prepared by Chef Eric Samaniego. For $125 per person/$175 with wine pairing, guests will enjoy Vitello Tonnato (roasted veal, crispy veal sweetbread, tuna sauce and caper berries), Tagliatelle con Aragosta (homemade pasta, Maine lobster, caviar and tarragon), Ippoglosso (roasted Alaskan halibut, porcini gnocchi and mustard greens), Wagyu (seared Wagyu beef, smoked sunchokes and roasted maitake mushrooms) and Torta Di Cioccolato (chocolate-hazelnut cake and roasted banana gelato). Also includes a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

For reservations call 562-439-7080 or visit opentable.com/michaels-on-naples

Doheny Room 9077 Santa Monica Blvd., West Hollywood Photo: Doheny Room

Doheny Room

Head to Doheny Room for a roaring good time this New Year’s Eve. In addition to an open bar for $100, the West Hollywood hotspot is hosting two seatings of prix fixe dinner curated by Award Winning Chef Daniel Elmaleh. Complimentary bottles of Perrier Jouët Grand Brut, music by Metty and midnight champagne toast are also included.

Tickets available at tixr.com.

For table reservations contact DohenyRoomReservations@sbe.com

Katana 8439 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood Photo: Katana


Get ready to party like it's 1920 this New Year’s eve at Katana. In addition to the Japanese hotspot's famed sushi bar and robata grill , Katana's NYE celebration will also feature a Cigar Lounge, roaring '20s decor and party favors, jazz music, confetti cannons and complimentary midnight champagne toast.

For reservations call 323-650-8585

The Nice Guy 401 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles Photo: The Nice Guy

The Nice Guy

Dine alongside West Hollywood's hottest crowd at the Nice Guy this New Year's Eve. The A-List restaurant/lounge will be offering two seatings, the first, $150 6-8 p.m. and a the second for $200 per person, which comes with a complimentary bottle of Dom Perignon, after 9 p.m. Diners can nosh on items such as Octopus Carpaccio with olives, capers, potatoes, mensuna greens and garlic aioli, Braised Short Rib with black garlic glaze, sweet potato mash and gremolata dressing and finish up with Nutella Cannoli with tiramisu mousse filling, chocolate chips and powdered sugar.

For reservations call 310-360-9500