Carpe Vino is a hotbed of hospitality, and we’re always ready to be the platform for a party at the Friendly Confines. . .except on New Year’s Eve. While most other joints are stockpiling noisemakers and party favors, we throttle back and provide our savvy clientele with a quiet sanctuary to acknowledge the dawn of the New Year.
Chef Alexander has created a fabulous, five-course dinner that can be your tasty, early prelude to the New Year, enabling you to return home safely, well before amateur hour begins. Click here for the full menu preparations, an exercise in simplicity and elegance. . .Chef has made all the decisions, easing the agony of parsing choices. We suspect everyone will be pleased (even vegetarians, who will be appeased). Here’s the line up:
Course One: Japanese Hamachi Tartare. Course Two: Puree of Parsnip Soup. Course Three: Seared Dayboat Scallop. Course Four: 48-Hour Wagyu Beef Sabuton. Course Five: Valrohna Chocolate Torte.
Cost for the dinner is $105 per person, plus tax and tip. To make reservations, you must call the restaurant at 530-823-0320; OpenTable.com is not available for this event.
It’s going to be a mellow, early evening. We look forward to serving you on the last evening of 2015.