New Year’s Eve
- Abilene – serving a prix fixe dinner
- Artemisia Cafe – 4-course, $75.
- Back Bay Grill – 4-course dinner, $105.
- BiBo’s Madd Apple Cafe – 3-course, $55.
- Boone’s – 5-course dinner, $85.
- Central Provisions – 14-course tasting menu, $220 per couple (including tax and gratuity) with optional pairings $55 per person.
- Crooners & Cocktails – 7-course dinner paired with a split of Moët champagne for $85 per person.
- East Ender – snack buffet and glass of sparkling wine, $25.
- Evo – 5-course dinner in collaboration with Veuve Clicquot, $75 per person with optional wine pairings.
- Five Fifty-Five – 4-course, $85, with optional wine pairings.
- Honey Paw/Eventide – passed apps and champagne toast, $53.74.
- Isa – 3-course dinner, $45.
- King’s Head – 4-course and glass of prosecco, $30.
- Lolita – over-the-top tapas party including 30 of the most popular items from their 2015 menus
- MK Kitchen – 4-course dinner, $75.
- Pepperell Mill – party in the Biddeford, $20 per person.
- Petite Jacqueline – 3-course tasting menu with champagne, $75.
- Piccolo – 9-course dinner and glass of prosecco, $115.
- Sur Lie – tasting menu, $75.
- Tempo Dulu – 8-course dinner with cocktail and champagne toast, $195.
- Terlingua – 5-course and glass of bubbly, $75.
- Tiqa – 4-course dinner, $55.
- Twenty Milk Street – a la carte menu.
- Union – 5-course dinner, $99.
- Vinland – 5-course dinner and sparkling wine toast, $108.
- Grace, Ebb & Flow and several other restaurants will also be open serving their regular menu.
Friday — the Blue Spoon is serving an Italian New Year’s Day dinner.
Saturday — the Winter Farmers’ Market is taking place.
For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.
If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.