2024-06-19 1:04 PM

Eating in the New Year

It’s going to take a full stomach to party all the way into 2015. Here is a lineup of downtown Falls Church restaurants providing December 31 revelry and nourishment to last you all the way into the New Year.

Argia’s – www.argias.com
124 N. Washington St., 703-534-1033

A special New Year’s Eve chef’s menu featuring sherry crab soup, tagliatelle with duck confit, wild rockfish, braised veal ossu buco, black truffle risotto with lobster and lobster ravioli. Reservations recommended.

Clare & Don’s Beach Shack – clareanddons.com
130 N. Washington St., 703-532-9283

Music by Shangoband & DJ Suber b from 9:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m. No cover and champagne toast at midnight.

Dogwood Tavern – dogwoodtavern.com
132 W. Broad St., 703-237-8333

A “Back to the Future 2 New Years Eve” theme highlighting the classic movie set in the year 2015. Guests are asked to dress in their favorite 80s attire or just the normal 2015 way. Plus a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

Garden Grille Restaurant & Bar – hiltongardeninn.com
706 W. Broad St., 703-237-8700

The Hilton Garden Inn restaurant is offering a late night meal starting with a champagne toast at midnight followed by buffet ($22.95/adults, $14.95/children) from 12:30 – 3 a.m. with roast beef and ham carving stations, smoked salmon, omelette and waffle stations and more.

Ireland’s Four Provinces – 4psva.com
105 W. Broad St., 703-534-8999

The Irish pub will feature both a special three-course dinner for $39.95 plus the regular menu. The Dirty Pints begin playing at 6:30 p.m. and then at 10 p.m. a DJ will take over with music and dancing in the dining room. Complimentary champagne toast at midnight.

Mad Fox Brewing Company – madfoxbrewing.com
444 W. Broad St., 703-942-6840

Mad Fox’s New Year’s Eve party includes live music by Tom Principato and his band plus passed appetizers, dinner and dessert buffets, party favors and a midnight toast. Tickets are $80 per person. Doors open at 8 p.m.


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