Table for Two: New Year’s Eve Roundup

What: Three delectable New Year’s Eve dining experiences that will impress your date.

Since New Year’s Eve is a holiday with a blend of champagne, fancy attire, sparkle and shine, it can easily be one of the most romantic nights of the year. Lucky for Denverites, the city is offering amazing dining experiences for you and your loved one to ring in the New Year in style.

1.TAG Restaurant

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Photo by David Hach.

Where: 1441 Larimer Street

When: Tuesday, December 31st – Call 303-996-9985 for Reservations.

TAG Restaurant in Larimer Square will be creating a specialty New Year’s Eve four-course dinner on Tuesday evening. Chef Troy Guard’s creative menu will include down under kangaroo, roasted duck salad, butter poached black cod, red velvet cheesecake and more. TAG Restaurant is a great go-to for adventurous foodies to try something new!


2. Mizuna

Photo by Scottie Davison.

Where: 225 East 7th Avenue

When: Tuesday, December 31st – Call 303.832.4778 for Reservations.

Mizuna will be offering elegant dishes as a 5-course prix fixe menu with optional wine pairings. Welcome 2014 with Executive Chef Stephen McCary as he prepares a tasting journey that includes a sashimi starter, a handmade pasta course, a fish course, a meat course, an optional cheese course and a dessert.  Located near Governor’s Park, Mizuna is a perfect option for those looking for a comforting and cozy experience.


3. Sugarmill

Photo provided by Johanna Ladis.

Where: 2461 Larimer Street

When: Tuesday, December 31st – Open until 11 PM.

Whether you are looking for an early ball drop or heading to another party, stop over at Sugarmill Bakery on Tuesday night. They will be offering their signature Noahsphere dessert crafted by Chef Noah himself. It’s a hollow chocolate shell filled with candied walnuts, flourless chocolate cake, marshmallows and vanilla mascarphone cream. Topped with hot caramel poured tableside, it’s perfect for a group to share with a bottle of prosecco!



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