March 7, 2021

10 Bay Area restaurant to-go options for New Year’s Eve and Day

You’ll likely see the New Year in from home this time around. But that doesn’t mean you have to forego a celebration. Here’s just a sampling of Bay Area restaurants that are offering fancy fare for Dec. 30 and 31.

Baumé New Year’s Holiday: Michelin-starred chef Bruno Chemel is offering a variety of premier prix-fixe menus via Tock. New Year’s Eve includes Kagoshima Wagyu menus ($ 298 and $ 398). Pick-up from 5-8 pm Dec. 31. New Year’s Day offers a prime beef menu ($ 98), Ora King salmon ($ 98) or Kagoshima Wagyu beef menu ($ 198). Pick-up from 4-7 pm Jan 1. 201 California Ave., Palo Alto. www.maisonbaume.com/

Gozu: Enjoy a San Francisco-style New Year’s Day brunch with Kaluga Caviar, toasted shokupan, roasted wagyu horseradish creme fraiche, seaweed and chives for $ 100 via Tock. Available for pickup until Dec. 30. www.gozusf.com/gozu

Homestead Restaurant: This Oakland restaurant is accepting pre-orders for a take-home New Year’s Eve Experience which includes a caviar and charcuterie picnic spread, braised short ribs and Maine lobster, petit fours, wines and a bacon and spinach quiche for New Year’s morning. $ 600- $ 1,000. 4029 Piedmont Ave., Oakland. https://homesteadoakland.com/


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