Where to celebrate New Year's Eve in Montreal

New Year’s Eve is fast approaching – do you still not know where you will spend the end of 2015? No problem, our blogger Caroline Marchand is offering you as a gift her suggestions of places to raise your glass to 2016.

Restaurant Chez Victoire

1453, av du Mont-Royal E, Montréal, QC H2J 1Z1

The evening’s festivities kick off at 9:00 pm and run to 3:00 am. The theme is James Bond 007, so wear your chic outfits! To sustain you throughout the evening you can enjoy the oyster and tartare bar and over 14 different "bouchées" (hors d'oeuvres). These will be accompanied by endless wine and the music of DJ Dylon.

Mimi La Nuit

22 rue St Paul E, Montréal, QC H2Y 1G3

Here, you can choose how you want to ring in the New Year. You can enjoy the four-course meal, or, you can simply celebrate! For the occasion, you'll be offered a bottle of Belvedere (vodka) and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot for $300.


360 rue Saint-Antoine O, Montréal, QC H2Y 3X4

The New Year’s offering here is a six-course meal that will make your mouth water: shellfish bisque cappuccino, chestnut velouté, foie gras ballotine, jugged hare ravioli, thin scallop tart, hibiscus champagne Granita, sea bass fillet, duck magret tournedos, rack of lamb, and more!

Wilfrid sur Laurier

222 Laurier O, Montreal, QC H2T 2N8

The famous Wilfrid offers a special menu to mark the arrival of the New Year: "gin and tonic" oysters, scallops, wild sea bass, veal fillet ... not forgetting of course the bubbly at the stroke of midnight!

W Montreal

901 Square Victoria, Montreal, QC H2Z 1R1

The EAT retains its usual but very lively menu for December 31, with its seafood platters. Once you are well fed, it’s time to make your way to the hotel’s Plateau Lounge for the rest of the evening’s celebrations, themed "Stop the Clock – celebrate like there's no tomorrow".

Europea Administration

1065 RUE DE LA MONTAGNE, Montreal, QC H3G 0B9

Europea is offering no less than a 12-course meal to usher in 2016! The classics are present, such as provocative "bouchées" (hors d'oeuvres), foie gras torchon (cloth-wrapped foie gras) and lobster risotto, to name a few. This will be a festive gourmet evening worthy of the New Year!

Restaurant Beaver Hall

1073, cote du Beaver Hall, Montréal, QC H2Z 1S5

The festive menu here will allow you to finish the year well. It will start with an appetizer consisting of a gruyere cheese beignet, Vacherin and kirsch. You’ll follow that up with your choice of foie gras ravioli, Alaskan crab, sea bass ceviche, veal chops, scallops, wild turkey and much more!

Les 400 Coups

400, rue Notre-Dame E, Montréal, QC H2Y 1C8

This is the place to close out 2015 with a fine dining experience. A 5-course dinner will be served from 8:45 p.m. to midnight. What awaits you: Bobines smoked rainbow trout (parsley, horseradish sour cream, and savory); Lake Ontario walleye (celeriac, dried duck ham, cider sauce, and dill sorrel); Takwânaw farm bison (potatoes, whelks, cabbage, rose hips, and dill) and desserts including sea buckthorn cream, chocolate with blueberries, and maple jelly. A beautiful gourmet evening!

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