Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Year’s Gourmet and Glam

In two weeks, the world will celebrate the start of a new decade and you don’t want to be scrambling to get reservations at your favorite restaurant. Now is the time to start making calls and reserve your party for New Year’s Eve. If you don’t know what to do or where to go, we have some ideas.

Dining in a train car at Rod’s Steakhouse  is half the fun at this elegant landmark restaurant in Madison: $64.95 for early seating at 5:30 or $84.95 for dinner and music starting at 8pm.

Dine in casual elegance at Red Restaurant and Lounge in Red Bank: $55 for a 3-course dinner or $25 after 8pm in the Second Floor Lounge. Champagne toast at midnight.

Feast on local and fresh Italian/Mediterranean food at Tre Piani in Princeton: $95 for 5-course dinner and dancing at 8pm or Open Bar and Tapas also at 8pm.

Go back in time to the 1860s when you dine in the 150 year old farm house of La Campagne in Cherry Hill: $85 for a 7-course dinner. BYO

An evening at the Tuscan-style Renault Winery  in Egg Harbor Township is worth a drive whether it’s 10 minutes or an hour: $99 for 5-course gourmet dinner and dancing in the Grand Ballroom starting at 8pm.

We also have some special NJMyWay discounts to make sure you are well dressed and stocked for the big night.

Put a fresh face forward to 2010 with a $20 discount off a facial at Gatsby Salon in Green Brook. Just mention NJMyWay when you make the appointment.

Glam up your look with a piece of jewelry, clothing or handbag from BellaDawn. Use NJMyWay15 when you check out.

Whether your hosting or attending a party, CoolVines of Princeton and Westfield wants to help you choose the best wine pairings with 15% off any CoolVines Wine Club order of $100 or more. Use NJMyWay at checkout.

NJ My Way Managing Editor Hilary Morris ( contributed this article

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