Written by Montreal Food Divas on 19.12.14

New Year’s Eve always brings lots of promise – the end of one chapter and the beginning of a new one. But where should you be when the countdown to 2015 begins? Many reception halls and clubs throw New Year’s Eve parties but a true foodie wants something gourmet. Montreal is always ready for a party so don’t let the ball drop on your plans; instead, ring in the New Year at one of these Montreal restaurants!

Sel Gras

Sel Gras was unable to celebrate last year because of a fire, but rest assured they are ready this year! They are offering a 6 course menu of Montreal-inspired fare with specialty cocktails and wine for $105 before 8:30pm, and $120 afterwards, tax and tip included.

5245 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2T 1S1
(514) 564-1090


If you’re in the mood for a little wild game, check out Manitoba on St. Zotique. They offer a 7 course menu for $75 or $120 with wine. You’ll be treated to something special, including their famous deer heart, bone marrow, fish, and a surprise dessert. Don’t miss out!

271 Rue Saint Zotique Ouest, Montréal, QC H2V 1A4
(514) 270-8000

Tripes & Caviar

If you want an adventurous end to the year, Tripes & Caviar has you covered with a 7 course menu with cocktails starting at 6:00pm for $120. This Verdun restaurant will offer something to make the foodies fall happily into the New Year. No animal part will be spared in their cuisine. There’s always a party at the castle!

3725 Rue Wellington, Verdun, QC H4G 3M6
(514) 819-1791


Kyozon is offering several options from $28 to $119 for what they’re calling New Year’s Eve Kamasutra at Kyozon. Depending on the ticket you buy, you have the option of a 3 or 4 course menu, open bar, party packages, and more. Party at the newest Izakaya in Montreal to see what the fuss is about. See their website for complete details if you’re interested in partying on Crescent Street for the end of 2014.

1458 Rue Crescent, Montréal, QC H3G 2B7
(514) 439-8383

La Champagnerie

Champagne is a must on New Year’s Eve, so what better place to celebrate than La Champagnerie? A 4 course menu including a glass of champagne is offered at $100 per person. Dinner is served until 10:00pm and then the party starts with Ja Big and DJ Mac D.

343 Rue Saint Paul Est, Montréal, QC H2Y 1H3
(514) 903-9343

Bevo Bar + Pizzeria

In the mood for some Italian? Check out Bevo in Old Montreal with three sittings for your convenience, starting at 5:00pm, 7:00pm, and 9:15pm. You’ll enjoy a 3 course prix fixe menu for $60. They are open until 3:00am. Buon Anno!

410 Rue Saint Vincent, Montréal, QC H2Y 3A5
(514) 861-5039

Taverne Gaspar

Taverne Gaspar is going with a speakeasy theme to ring in the New Year with a 4 course menu at $65 with a DJ all night. Enjoy their famous Jim Beam ribs to start your meal and continue with the rest of the scrumptious menu to lead you into 2015.

89 Rue de la Commune Est, Montréal, QC H2Y 1J1
(514) 392-1649

Suite 701

Looking to chill in a lounge atmosphere? Look no further than Suite 701, where a DJ will be spinning from 9:00pm until well into the wee hours of the morning while you enjoy a 5 course feast and a welcome cocktail at $95.

701 Côte de la Place d’Armes, Montréal, QC H2Y 2X6
(514) 904-1201


If you’re in the mood for Italian with a twist, reserve your seat at Vicolo. Vicolo is offering a 4 course menu at $95 which includes open bar all night. If you just want to party, you can show up at 10:30pm for $70 open bar. From Venice to Montreal, Vicolo will transport you into the New Year.

1425 Boulevard René-Lévesque Ouest, Montréal, QC H3G 1T7
(514) 544-4405


L’Orignal is offering a few options: at 7:00pm, they have “Le Petit Festin” for $80 and at 9:00pm, “Le Grand Festin” for $125. If you’re there after 11:00pm, there is complimentary champagne and MC Moose and after 1:00am, start 2015 with complimentary cheese, charcuterie, and chocolate at the bar.

479 Rue Saint Alexis, Montréal, QC H2Y 2N7
(514) 303-0479


Helena is offering a “Noite de São Silvestre,” ringing in the New Year Portuguese style. A 4 course menu at 6:00pm is offered for $75 and a 6 course menu is offered at 8:30pm for $95. You can be sure the menu will be filled with delicious Portuguese fare.

438 Rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 2G1
(514) 878-1555


Mercuri is playing with fire with their new fire pit and it’s a great way to ring in the New Year. Along with a glass of Prosecco, enjoy homemade charcuterie, appetizers served family-style, and various meats and fish for $90.

645 Rue Wellington, Montréal, QC H3C 1T2
(514) 394-3444

Le Richmond

Looking for something elegant to ring in the New Year? Look no further than Griffintown’s Golden Extravaganza at Le Richmond. In conjunction with Veuve Cliquot and Belvedere Vodka, Le Richmond is offering a night of glitter and gold and asks guests to dress their best to match the theme of Gold, Black, Bronze, and Cream at $100 per person. Don’t worry about finding parking, because there is also valet parking available.

377 Rue Richmond, Montréal, QC H3J 1T9
(514) 508-8749

L’Gros Luxe

L’Gros Luxe is known for their fun and cheap eats, so we know that their New Year’s Eve party will be loads of fun. If you arrive at 6:00pm, you can enjoy 7 courses for $75, and after 9:00pm you can enjoy 7 courses and 5 cocktails for $100. Their courses include oysters, beef or salmon tartare, steak, and much more. With two locations, you can choose if you want to party in the Plateau or Mile End.

3807 Rue Saint-André, Montréal, QC H2L 3V9
(514) 447-2227

150 Rue Bernard Ouest, Montréal, QC H2T 2K2
(514) 507-8883

Commerce Gastrobar 

New on the scene, Commerce Gastrobar just opened in December and they are already planning a New Year’s Eve bash with gourmet bar eats. Your options include a reduced menu and 4 course menu at 65$, or party at 11:30pm until 3:00am with DJ J-Fro for $25 at the door. If you’re dining at any other Mtl Cuisine restaurant prior to partying it up, entrance at Commerce is free. Check out their website to reserve.

500 Rue McGill, Montréal, QC H2Y 2H6
(514) 871-1500

Featured image photo credit goes to Hyatt Regency Montreal.

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