Ring in 2016 with one of dozens of special dinners meant to end 2015 on a high note. Here, a look at 59 ways to celebrate New Year's Eve in Las Vegas. Note, everything is listed alphabetically.Read More
Where To Dine for New Year's Eve in Las Vegas
Your options range from relatively inexpensive to an over-the-top outrageous dinner for Pierre Gagnaire for $1,000 per person.
35 Steaks + Martinis
35 Steaks + Martinis has Shigoku Oyster (six for $24 or 12 for $45), cucumber pearls, pickled shallots and sevruga caviar; Foie Gras Bonbons (five for $20 or 10 for $35), made with cocoa, foie gras mousse and tart cherry gelée; Lamb Vadouvan ($38.50), served with saffron-basmati, pine nuts, golden raisin chutney and coriander-mint raita; truffle-Crusted Diver Scallops ($51), truffle-herb risotto, seaweed and yuzu emulsion; three-Pound Lobster (Market Price), baked and stuffed with jumbo lump crab and hollandaise sauce and served with grilled asparagus and truffle-potato puree on the side; and an Espresso Martini for Two ($24), served with petit fours.
Allegro has a three-course menu with the choice of Adriatic seafood salad with shrimp, mussels, clams, octopus, and cuttlefish; house-made burrata stuffed with lobster and crabmeat,served alongside toasted ciabatta, Italian eggplant and Vidalia onion jam; fagioli and gnocchi -- a classic five-bean stew with potato dumpling and pork belly; or polenta with creamy white corn, vegetable caponata and pecorino. Entrées include the choice of lasagna napoletana served with tomatoes, pine nuts and smoked provola cheese; acorn squash risotto with smoked chicken meatballs, roasted porcini, black truffle and topped with toasted pumpkin seeds; beef filet in flaky pastry and fried lobster with crispy potato shallot and thyme sabyon sauce; or plancha seared pacific halibut, braised artichoke and scallop ravioli. For dessert, enjoy a tasting of Allegro’s sweets, including house-made cannoli, chocolate tartufo lollipop, rhum baba, and St. Joseph puff. The prix fixe menu is priced at $125 per person. Gala seating is at 8 p.m. or 10 p.m. and includes a complimentary Prosecco toast.
Andiron Steak & Sea
Andiron Steak & Sea has a New Year’s Eve masquerade from 8:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. for $95 per person with an optional $39 beverage pairing or $99 all-you-can-drink Perrier-Jouet pairing.
Chefs André Rochat and Chris Bulen serve up a six-course tasting menu at Andre’s Restaurant & Lounge at the Monte Carlo for $185 per person.
Andrea’s $60,000 VIP package includes a multi-course dinner for 12 with 62 Degree Egg with white truffle, smoked sudachi, tomato and Japanese eggplant stew; sushi including Maine lobster Konnyaku with caviar, king mackerel battera and toro zuke; King crab tempura with uni brown butter and yuzu aioli; Snake River Farms Wagyu tenderloin with black truffle potato pave, tofu-foie gras sauce and sweet soy; and coffee semifreddo with caramel crunch and mandarin sauce. A champagne toast is included. The Gala dinner is also available, separate from the VIP package, for $295 person.
Anthony's Gourmet Burgers & Brews
Anthony’s Gourmet Burgers & Brews has a three-course menu from 4 to 11 p.m. for $29.99 with a Caesar salad, surf and turf entrée and molten chocolate cake with a salted caramel filling and raspberry sauce. Guests may also order from the restaurant’s regular menu.
Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood Restaurant
Anthony’s Prime Steak & Seafood has seared Hudson Valley foie gras, jumbo shrimp and colossal crab cocktail, carpaccio style beef with mustard dressing and tartar style with petite lettuce, and an oyster trilogy featuring one dozen assorted East Coast, Canadian and Pacific Coast oysters. Entrées include grass-fed all-natural New York strip, buffalo tomahawk rib-eye, petite tenderloin and Maine lobster, Chilean sea bass with purple and white asparagus ragout and oyster mushrooms, and a 10-ounce Australian lobster tail with sautéed spinach, roasted fingerling potatoes and citrus buerre blanc.
Brio Tuscan Grille
Brio Tuscan Grille has a three-course prix fixe meal with seafood and surf and turf entrées. Guests can toast to the new year in style with a specialty glass of chardonnay or cabernet sauvignon for $11.95. Town Square and Tivoli Village locations.
Buddy V's Ristorante
Buddy V’s Ristorante has a $59 per person New Year’s Eve dinner that includes Lobster Bisque, Slow Braised Beef Short Rib and Neapolitan Ice Cream Cake. Add bottomless Prosecco for additional $20.
Carmine’s at the Forum Shops at Caesars is having a special New Year’s Eve celebration beginning at 9:30 pm. Guests will enjoy a traditional southern Italian buffet and premium open bar along with entertainment by legendary guitarist Greg Steele. Tickets are priced at $275 per person.
Carson Kitchen has a four-course tasting menu priced at $80 per person with optional beverage pairings priced at $20 each. The dinner starts with one “Devil’s” Egg with crispy pancetta and caviar accompanied by a complimentary glass of Cava sparkling wine. The appetizer course features crispy chicken skins with smoked honey and wok-charred edamame with ginger salt and togarashi, followed by a blood orange and root with salsify, parsnip and celery root; and Carson Kitchen’s signature veal meatballs with sherry foie gras cream sauce. Order a choice of turducken pot pie with a buttermilk crumble or Shepard’s 3.14 with gnocchi, lamb and natural jus. For dessert, banoffee pie with Bailey’s whipped cream served with a chocolate biscotti.
China Poblano starts New Year’s Eve early, offering specials and chef-designed menus starting at 11:30 a.m. At 5 p.m., land a special tasting menu with a celebratory cava toast.
Costa di Mare
Costa Di Mare has early and late menu options for the celebration featuring seafood dishes, homemade pastas and entrées. The five-course prix fixe early seating menu is available at 5:30 p.m., 6 p.m., 6:30 p.m., or 6:45 p.m. and is priced at $195 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. The seven-course celebratory tasting menu will be available for seating at 9 p.m., 9:30 p.m., 9:45 p.m. or 10 p.m. and is priced at $395 per person including tax and gratuity. Costa di Mare’s gala celebration will feature a DJ and dancing.
The Country Club
The Country Club has Osetra caviar sliders with smoked sturgeon and caramelized shallots. Courses to follow include roasted Alaskan king crab with edamame-wasabi puree and a blood orange reduction; Chilean sea bass, mushroom polenta, with red wine veloute; and filet mignon and scallop ‘rossini’ served with Hudson valley foie gras, sea beans, and black winter truffle sauce. The prix fixe menu is priced at $250 per person. The Country Club will also feature a DJ, dancing and a Champagne toast. Reservations are available from 9 p.m.
CRAVE Restaurant Summerlin
Avoid The Strip this New Year's Eve and get a prix fixe three-course dinner for two for $89 at Crave American Kitchen & Sushi Bar at Downtown Summerlin. Choice of starter includes bronzed scallops, coffee and pepper crusted petite tender, lobster bisque or aromatic beet salad. Entree choices are chicken cordon bleu, grilled salmon and shrimp duo, New York strip or blackened ahi tuna. Finish off with a dessert of tres leches cake or chocolate layer cake to complete the New Year's dinner.
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Crossroads at House of Blues Restaurant and Bar
House of Blues Crossroads has a no cover charge, all ages event that includes the full dinner menu available, plus New Year’s Eve special menu items including smoked salmon cake, smoked Cajun spiced prime rib and golden banana pudding at regular prices. All-you-can-drink packages available for $60 per person with purchase of an entrée; $90 per person à la carte. VIP table packages start at $220
Crush at the MGM Grand has a five-course dinner for $125 that starts with chilled lobster and tuna salad topped with pickled grapes, crispy capers and confitti vinaigrette, followed by orechiette pasta served with roasted pumpkin, Brussels sprouts and topped with a crispy poached egg for the second course. Dover sole will be served as the third course with petite winter vegetables and caviar butter; and for the main course, a decadent veal Wellington will be served with prosciutto, mushrooms, spinach and a Bordelaise sauce. The meal will conclude with a dessert tasting. A four-course option, priced at $95 per person, will be served from 5 to 7 p.m.
d.vino Italian Food & WIne Bar offers a free glass of Prosecco, followed by a chilled oyster amuse bouche with limoncello-mignonette, caviar; red quinoa salad with arugula, shaved fennel, roasted beets, feta cheese and pomegranate dressing; lobster bisque soup with jumbo lump crab meat and basil oil; tiramisu cheesecake with ladyfingers crust, mascarpone and espresso coffee filling, cocoa powder, whipped cream and fresh strawberries
DB Brasserie has three seatings on that start at $50 per person at 5 p.m. with a $20 optional beverage pairing at $29 per person up to $150 per person at 9 p.m. with a $69 optional beverage pairing. Main courses include a sea bass paupiette or an Oregon Wagyu beef duo.
Delmonico Steakhouse has braised oxtail ragout over herb gnocchi with pecorino romano cheese ($20) and Iberico ham salad with warm wild mushrooms, petite greens, sherry vinaigrette and poached golden fertile egg ($16). Entrées include “Filet Rossini” with Creekstone Farms all natural filet of beef with seared foie gras, fresh black truffles, parisienne potatoes and madeira reduction ($85) or Maine lobster risotto with fresh white Italian truffles ($70). For dessert, a chocolate coconut bomb with coconut almond ice cream and chocolate ganache ($12).
Don Vito's (South Point Casino)
Don Vito’s will serve a four-course menu and a complimentary cocktail or glass of wine for $55 per person from 4:30 to 10 p.m., including Lobster Escargot, lobster mousse in stuffed portabella mushroom; Burata and Sundried Tomato Caprese with fresh arugula; or Artichoke and Bresaola Au Gratin, marinated artichokes and dried beef tenderloin in a three cheese sauce.
Dragon Noodle Co.
Dragon Noodle serves a three-pound Maine live lobster prepared with steam, ginger and scallion, salt and pepper or black bean sauce, all served with vegetable fried rice for $90.
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House
Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House has an $80, five-course meal that starts with eggs and winter truffles with poached Golden Fertile Farms egg and osetra caviar with fontina cheese fondue and shaved Perigord truffles. Continue with pan seared monkfish medallions with warm lentil and black eye pea salad, potato gaufrettes and herbsaint butter sauce; baked lobster gratin with lobster mushrooms, oven roasted tomatoes, parmesan cream and toasted breadcrumbs; and slow smoked and horseradish crusted prime rib with blue crab and spinach turnovers with fried demi glace and horseradish cream. Top it off with a chocolate bombe cake with white chocolate sauce and raspberry compote with fresh whipped cream.
House of Blues Las Vegas Foundation Room has a five-course menu featuring Sweet Potato Ravioli, Corn & Goat Cheese Soup, Endive Salad, Sea Bass, Wagyu Strip and Orange Crème Brulee. Other items such as entry into Foundation Room lounge are also included with the packages.
The Garden Buffet will serve a New Year’s Eve seafood dinner buffet for $24.95 with a Club Card or $29.95 without a Club Card from 4 to 10 p.m. Guests will drink unlimited champagne as they dine on Oysters, Peel and Eat Shrimp, Sushi and Nigiri Rolls, Steamed Crab Legs, Baked Clams, Seafood Enchiladas, Snapper Vera Cruse and more. For dessert, guests will dine on Hot Peach Bread pudding, Cheesecake, Cream Pie, Cupcakes and a build your own strawberry shortcake.
Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant at the MGM Grand has a 5.30 p.m. seating priced at $138 and a 6.30 p.m. or 9.30 p.m. seating priced at $168. Each seating will feature a prix fixe menu designed to be shared beginning with an array of small plates including a dim sum platter, seared Boston scallops with crispy taro, and fried soft shell crab with curry leaf and chili. Baked silver cod, wok-braised Maine lobster, Hakka chicken with Chinese sausage, and grilled lamb chop with lemongrass follow. For dessert, choose between a caramel and chocolate cremeux and a zesty lemon tart. Wine pairing are available for $88 or $188.
HEXX Kitchen + Bar
Hexx has a prime rib special with crab meat and Hollandaise sauce, served with truffle mashed potatoes and creamed spinach for $150. Or sit Strip-side with live music, VIP bars, passed hors d’oeuvres, party favors and a champagne toast, priced at $125 per person for standing room. Seated reservations are also available and include a bottle of Perrier-Jouët with four champagne flutes, a bottle of Absolut vodka with mixers and choice of one entrée for each guest for $400 per person.
Honey Salt has vintage craft cocktails, a four-course dinner and champagne toast for its “Mad Men” New Year’s Eve celebration that starts at 8:30 p.m. and continues to ring in 2016. The stylish soiree is $75 per person with a $30 optional wine pairing or $35 for bottomless champagne.
Ring in the New Year at Jaleo Las Vegas with jamón ibérico, cold-smoked ibérico pork with olive salt and rosemary oil and secreto ibérico de bellota con salsa verde y alioli for $130 per person. A wine pairing is available for $60 per person.
Jayde Fuzion has an appetizer or sushi combination platter, a soup or salad and an entrée for $69.99 per person from 5 to 11 p.m.
La Cave Food & Wine Hideaway
La Cave Wine & Food Hideaway at Wynn Las Vegas has a $150, the five-course meal with a ham and sage macaroon black eyed pea puree, followed by the first course featuring crudo and carpaccio with ahi crudo and smoked beef carpaccio topped with mint pearls, citrus foam and spiced puffed rice. Rib and belly pairs a soy-charred short rib with pork belly accompanied by a green onion puree, crispy mushrooms and a red pepper gastrique. A sea and shell course will follow, a pairing of buttered and poached halibut along with seared scallops served with poached egg, lobster cream and lobster truffles, then Australian Wagyu skirt steak, samplings of pan Perdue and American Wagyu filet, miso Hollandaise sauce, blue corn tamales and a truffle chimichurri. It ends with Bailey’s cheesecake or lava cake served with strawberry ice cream. A four-course option, priced at $95 per person, will be available from 5 to 7 p.m.
Lakeside has toro sashimi and Golden Osetra caviar; Maine lobster bisque with porcini crema; and sliced white Alba truffle gnocchetti with parmesan butter. Guests will have a choice of black winter truffle-scented Hawaiian snapper with braised leeks and cauliflower puree; or Snake River Farms strip loin with onion soubise, potato rösti and a black winter truffle bordelaise. Complete the meal with petite pastries, cakes and candies for dessert. The five-course prix fixe menu is priced at $375 per person, inclusive of tax and tip with DJ and dancing. Reservations are available from 9 p.m.
Lucky Foo's Restaurant & Bar
Lucky Foo’s has a full dinner menu from 6 to 10 p.m., a hosted bar, select local DJs, surprise musical performances and champagne. A hosted bar option from 8 until 11 p.m. goes for $45 per person. Guests will receive complimentary party favors and a champagne toast at midnight.
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Marssa at Lake Las Vegas has a five-course prix fixe menu on New Year’s Eve for $199 per couple, or $129 per person.
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Mercadito at Red Rock Resort has two seatings for New Year’s Eve for $100 per person, including all food and cocktails and is designed for the entire table. It includes three hours of open bar featuring all of Mercadito’s signature cocktails, as well as select beer, wine and all well-drinks, no shots are included.
Mizumi has a five-course menu that features Bluefin toro tartar napoleon with pickled daikon radish, potato gaufrettes, golden Osetra caviar and yuzu crème fraîche; chef’s selection of sashimi, nigari sushi and maki sushi; robatayaki grilled hirame with octopus and Japanese ‘ratatouille’, Kaffir lime and dashi butter, and naga hijiki; and 72-hour braised American Wagyu short ribs with scallop and king crab gration, crispy shishito peppers, and a black truffle bordelaise sauce. Finish the meal with a good luck 2016 celebration dessert. The five-course prix fixe menu is priced at $250 per person. Mizumi will also feature a DJ, dancing and a Champagne toast. Reservations are available from 9 p.m.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro has a $160 per person dinner and optional wine pairings for $80. The four-course meal starts with crab salad potato crisp with American sturgeon caviar; roasted shellfish bouillabaisse with shrimp, mussels, clams, squid and saffron aioli; filet mignon and whole Maine lobster tail with micro sprouts, potato puree and morels Bordelaise; and warm Valrhona chocolate souffle served tableside with gianduja and cinnamon ice cream.
Mr Chow will have two seatings at Caesars Palace starting at 6 p.m. and will feature a three-course prix fixe menu which includes one bottle of Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label, priced at $222 per person. The second seating will be between 9 and 9:30 p.m. and will feature a three-course prix fixe menu and one bottle Moet & Chandon Dom Perignon, priced at $333 per person.
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N9NE Steakhouse Las Vegas
N9NE Steakhouse has specials such as Florida stone crab with mustard dipping sauce, white truffle risotto and minced chives for $48, three-pound Maine lobster with New England cracker gratin for $99, and a 16-ounce veal porterhouse “Oscar Style” with asparagus, king crab, cabernet sauce and béarnaise for $69.
Nove Italiano has reservations between 5 and 6:15 p.m. for $79 per person for three-course prix fixe menu, 6:30 and 7:45 p.m. for $99 per person for three-course prix fixe menu and 8 and 9:30 p.m. for $119 per person for four-course prix fixe menu. Look for shrimp Francaise, veal Nove, rigatoni alla vodka, tiramisu and more.
Oscar’s has its full menu on New Year’s Eve, and guests with reservations after 9:30 p.m. will receive a $25 match play coupon, and those dining at Oscar’s at midnight will enjoy a complimentary champagne toast. Live music comes from Calvin & Jeff, who specialize in Rat Pack-era tunes.
Panevino has multi-course menus start at just $50 per person. The restaurant even has a vegetarian option.
Pink Taco has borracho clams ($12); Crab Guacamole ($11); Mar y Tierra ($25), garlic- and chile-marinated filet mignon, served with a spinach and cheese enchilada, a chipotle shrimp skewer and roasted pineapple salsa; and Oaxacan Chicken Mole ($18), a roasted half bird served with Spanish rice, pickled pink onions and Oaxacan red mole.
Primarily Prime Rib - South Point Casino
Primarily Prime Rib will serve a three-course menu and a complimentary cocktail or glass of wine for $45 per person from 4 to 10 p.m.
Rick’s Cafe out at Lake Las Vegas has a three-course prix fixe for $49 per person from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
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Sammy's Restaurant & Bar
Sammy’s Restaurant & Bar has a five-course prix fixe dinner with live jazz music for $70 per person with main courses including a flat-iron steak served with herb-roasted fingerling potatoes, asparagus and tomatoes; oak-roasted salmon filet accompanied by an Asian salad, edamame, cucumber and ponzu sauce; or oak-roasted chicken breast served with fresh organic herbs, asparagus and fingerling potatoes.
Silverado Steakhouse will serve a four-course menu and a complimentary bottle of the “Wine of The Month” for every two guests, for $69 per person from 4:30 to 10 p.m.
Sinatra has a five-course menu that includes Maine lobster, baby beet and ruby grapefruit salad with a bergamot vinaigrette; diver scallop ravioli served with a scampi emulsion; butter-poached turbot filet, squid ink potato gnocchetti, and salmon caviar beurre blanc; and prime beef tenderloin served with seared Hudson Valley foie gras, black peppered brioche toast with winter truffle Madeira sauce. For dessert, indulge in ivory Valrhona chocolate mousse fedora, passion fruit panna cotta, and a Jack Daniel’s-raspberry flambé. The prix fixe menu, including a Sinatra Smash cocktail, is priced at $375 per person. Reservations are available from 9 p.m.
STK Las Vegas
STK has dinners for $195.16 per person or $295.16 with optional wine pairings. The four-course prix fixe menu that starts with a glass of Moet Imperial, followed by lots of choices including main courses such as a 10-ounce Australian wagyu strip steak, 7-ounce filet and lobster, Chilean sea bass with tempura King crab and ponzu or butternut squash risotto with mushroom and white truffle.
Strip House has smoked beef tartare, two pounds of fresh Maine lobster thermidor, Alaskan King crab leg and filet mignon surf and turf and lobster-truffle mac and cheese.
Sushi Roku at the Forum Shops at Caesars rings in 2016 in style with a $170 per person omakase and à la carte dishes at 8:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m., and 11:15 p.m. Those at the 9:30 p.m. seating get a party favor and the 11:15 p.m. seating toasts the new year with a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.
SW Steakhouse has Wynn Reserve Osetra caviar, smoked sturgeon, crème fraîche, buckwheat crepe, and chives; sliced white Alba truffles, Roman style semolina gnocchi, la tur cheese, golden mushrooms and vegetable pearls; and Maine lobster and artichoke crepinette served with a fennel-leek fondue. For the main course guests may choose from Japanese Kobe sirloin from the Hyogo prefecture and winter vegetables with a bordelaise sauce; or potato-crusted Dover sole with black truffle whipped Yukon potatoes. The meal concludes with a selection of petit pastries, cakes and candies. The prix fixe menu is priced at $450 per person and features a DJ and dancing. Reservations are available from 9 p.m. and include a Champagne toast.
T&T Tacos & Tequila
Tacos & Tequila (T&T) at the Luxor partners with Fantasy for an East Coast countdown and special dinner and show package. Dinner and one ticket to Fantasy at 9 p.m., priced at $70 per person, includes chicken quesadillas, beef flautas and the enchilada trio with cheese, chicken divorciadas and beef barbacoa, as well as the Taste of T&T, featuring pork carnitas, a chicken tamale and chile relleno. A churro tower with cinnamon ice cream, Nutella and chocolate sauce finishes the meal.
Table 10 by Emeril Lagasse
Table 10 has ahi tuna sashimi and osetra caviar with spicy sesame broth and crispy radish salad ($21) or blood orange and Alaskan king crab salad with baby romaine lettuce California First Press Extra Virgin Olive Oil ($22). Reflect on the passing year while enjoying a surf & turf with grilled filet mignon and butter poached Maine lobster tail topped with fresh asparagus and béarnaise sauce ($75) and finish with flourless chocolate cake with clementine tangerines and hazelnut bitter chocolate cracker ($12).
Therapy has a prix fixe menu and champagne served for two seatings at 6 and 9 p.m. for $69 per person with a choice between an endive salad; a choice between black cod with steamed bok choy, lemongrass broth and Thai basil, Cornish game hen with quinoa, winter squash and roasted chicken jus or prime rib with potato puree and au jus; and a mulled pear dessert served with red wine and winter spice cream.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve at Tom’s Urban at New York-New York with unlimited small plates and free-flowing cocktails for $175 per person from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Top Of The World
Top of the World has a five-course menu featuring lobster bisque with New England crab and lobster chowder garnish and braised beef short rib with cabernet and root beer reduction from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. in two-hour seating blocks. All seating after 9:30 p.m. will have a view of the Fireworks. Cost is $299 per person.
Triple George Grill
Triple George has four courses of specialty New Year’s Eve dishes for $65. For an additional $30, diners can receive sommelier selected 3-ounce wine pairings with each course. Seating times for this dinner are 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire has two seating options each with their own four- or six-course menus. The first seating will be available at 6 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. including a four-course menu for $295 per person and a wine pairing offered for $120 per person. The menu’s highlights include Terrine of Hudson Valley Foie Gras with dried figs, sauternes cubes, quince paste and stuffed lettuce and Maine Lobster Salpicon with mango, pineapple, and apple brunoise and ginger spiced lobster bisque. The second seating begins at 8:30 p.m. with reservations available at 9 p.m., 9:30 p.m., and 10 p.m. featuring a six-course menu at $525 per person and a wine pairing offered at $200 additional per person. The six courses will leave diners in awe with highlights including Haddock and Scallop Soufflé with leek and endive fondue and black truffle sauce and Sea Bass Loin in Clarified Butter and Garlic with Alba white truffle, basmati rice gratin and baby spinach. Dine with chef Pierre Gagnaire for a six-course dinner, Champagne toast and conversation with the three Michelin star chef of Twist by Pierre Gagnaire for $1,000 per person.