Ready, steady 2011

New Year's Eve specials: Part Two

Pushkin restaurant 521 (photo credit: Courtesy)
Pushkin restaurant 521
(photo credit: Courtesy)
Pushkin – Live music with a group of seven players, the best French champagne and boutique wines, premium drinks and more at a New Year’s Eve dinner of nine dishes prepared just for this evening with ingredients flown in especially, such as truffles from Perigord, blue lobster from Bretagne, Japanese squid and black caviar from Russia.

Pushkin, 27 Montefiore St., Tel Aviv, (03) 525-1501, from 9 p.m. NIS 1,250 per person
Adama – The restaurant in Zichron Ya’acov offers a Spanish celebration with lots of Cava and a DJ that will keep you dancing until the morning. Dinner and party, including one glass of Cava, will be NIS 170 per person. The party with some munchies will be NIS 80 per person.
Ma’ale Rishonim, Zamarin Hill, Zichron Ya’acov. 054-431-5094
Muznik Café – Many New Year’s Eve specials, including cocktails and free punch. Minimum order NIS 100 per person. For those over age 24.
1 Hashirion St., Ness Ziona, (08) 940-8088
1868 – The gourmet kosher restaurant in Jerusalem will pay homage to New York mega chef Jean George with a romantic candlelight dinner and free marshmallow dessert.
NIS 420 for a couple. 10 King David St., Jerusalem
Black Sylvester – Chef Tzachi Buchester, owner of the Black Bar ‘n’ Burger chain of pubs, will serve free champagne at midnight, alongside with many specials for the evening.

Temple Bar – Located in Haifa and at Tel Aviv’s Cinema City, Temple Bar is offering an Irish celebration with lots of alcohol and alcoholic desserts, as well as free champagne at midnight.
(03) 716-5757; (04) 840-4460
Tarantino – The Italian restaurant in Haifa says buon anno. Chef Leon Alkalai will serve a tower of Pavlova dessert after an Italian dinner and free bubbly at midnight.
(04) 840-8444
Meat in & out – It offers a carnivore’s delight. A three-course dinner for two, including wine and house cocktail for NIS 300..
129 Sderot Hanasi, Haifa
Karma – In lovely Ein Kerem, Karma offers a very meaty New Year’s Eve dinner for two with fillet of beef as the main course and a bottle of bubbly or wine for NIS 389.
74 Ein Kerem, Jerusalem, (02) 643-6643
Makom Balev – Celebrate in the midst of the orange grove near Ra’anana with a full-course dinner that includes fillet Rossini and great desserts, champagne at midnight and more for NIS 210 per person.

5 Pardes Meshutaf, Ra’anana, (09) 774-1575

Yehuda & Rosa – The restaurant in Moshav Ilania will serve a special New Year’s Eve dinner: a three-course meal that includes a mixed grilled meats and a selection of desserts and wine for NIS 159 per person.
Rokah 73 – Chef Eyal Lavi offers a whole evening dinner. His eightdish menu includes such choices as carpaccio of scallops, tortellini with truffles, fillet of beef or shrimp and free Cava at NIS 320 per person.
Rokah 73 (near the tennis center), Tel Aviv, (03) 744-8844.
SushiSamba – The restaurant will serve a Brazilian dinner. Chef Nitzan Raz will present a five-course menu of mixed dishes and surprising cocktails at NIS 240 per person. There will be a live DJ playing samba and electro music.
27 Habarzel St., Ramat Hahayal, Tel Aviv, (03) 644-4345
Bellini – It will welcome 2011 with lots of delightful Italian food. Three starters, four first course and three entrees will be served to be shared. All that, and a choice of main dish and dessert, plus a glass of bubbly will cost NIS 249 per person.

6 Yehieli St., Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv, (03) 517-8486.
Asia Monica – Celebrate Bangkok style in Hod Hasharon. A special menu at NIS 140 per person will include a drink, soup and four starters and main dish, a selection of desserts and a free glass of Cava.
2 Harakun St., Sharonim Center (09) 746-5353.
Moses – The chain of burger places offers an international burger evening with a dinner for two of an appetizer, choice of four mini world burgers, dessert and a bottle of Cava for NIS 200., *9449
Maraboo – Five dishes, quality wines and a festive atmosphere with chef Yoav Bar in Ramat Gan. The first round, at 6:30 p.m. (NIS 290 per person), will include five dishes and a glass of Brut. The second round will start at 9:30 p.m. and will include the same plus free Brut after midnight for NIS 390 per person. Diners will receive some sweet surprises.

Beit Oz, 14 Abba Hillel St., Ramat Gan, (03) 714-2828.