Best Holiday Restaurants in the U.S.

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James Merrell

Whatever you’re celebrating, you’ll feel merry indeed when you dine at these restaurants.

The Bazaar by José Andrés, Los Angeles

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While L.A. undoubtedly has more than its fair share of champagne-soaked New Year’s Eve parties, none has the culinary credentials of The Bazaar at SLS. (This being a modern Spanish restaurant, expect the bubbles to show up in cava form.) For the fifth year running, José Andrés’s Beverly Hills restaurant will throw a Spanish Masquerade with costumes, specialty cocktails, and a DJ. Given that the Spanish chef is a master of tapas (and quite literally wrote a book on them), expect beautifully styled nibbles passed throughout the night. General admission tickets are $225 per person; ticket sales end Dec. 25. 

SLS Bazaar

Best Holiday Restaurants in the U.S.

The Bazaar by José Andrés, Los Angeles

While L.A. undoubtedly has more than its fair share of champagne-soaked New Year’s Eve parties, none has the culinary credentials of The Bazaar at SLS. (This being a modern Spanish restaurant, expect the bubbles to show up in cava form.) For the fifth year running, José Andrés’s Beverly Hills restaurant will throw a Spanish Masquerade with costumes, specialty cocktails, and a DJ. Given that the Spanish chef is a master of tapas (and quite literally wrote a book on them), expect beautifully styled nibbles passed throughout the night. General admission tickets are $225 per person; ticket sales end Dec. 25. 

James Merrell
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