New Year's Eve 2010 in Atlanta

Here are some New Year's Eve suggestions for all of us in Atlanta! Happy New Year, everyone! I'm not sure where I'll be, but it's my birthday, so I know I will be somewhere fun!

Ring in the New Year with Park 75 Restaurant and The Garrison Elliot Band with special guest Mocha.
December 31, 2010
A La Carte Menu or special Prix Fixe Menu Available
For Reservations: 404-253-3840
Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta

New Year's Eve at Ray's on the River
Friday, Dec 31 11:00a
at Ray's on the River, Sandy Springs, GA
Ray’s on the River will be open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on New Year’s Eve (with the bar open until 1 a.m.). In addition to appetizers and shareable sides, the restaurant is offering a selection of special prix fixe menus priced from $55 to $85 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Reservations are recommended and can be made online or by calling the restaurants. http://www.raysrestaurants.com/index.php?page=ray-s-on-the-river

2011 is knocking! If you are planning to welcome in the new year by dining out, you're invited to SOHO.
In addition to the restaurant’s regular menu, SOHO will offer a special New Year's Eve menu. The holiday menu will feature three savory appetizers and three exceptional entrees. SOHO's delectable New Year's dessert is a flourless chocolate torte. http://www.sohoatlanta.com/Event.aspx

Fado Irish Pub New Years Eve Bash
Friday, Dec 31 7:00p
at Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant, Atlanta, GA
Party kicks off with a Toast to the Irish New Year at 7pm. In before 9pm & skip the cover. DJ Counterstrike at 10pm, Complimentary Champagne Toast at midnight. Don't feel like the DJ thing, no bother! Find a spot at the bar & kick back with your mates. Session on! At Fado your Irish, everywhere else you're just another drunk. http://www.fadoirishpub.com/atlanta/new-years-eve-2010

Click on this link for a complete list of New Year's Eve celebrations at restaurants around Atlanta. Stay safe!


Tin Can Fish House in Sandy Springs

Tin Can Fish House

My dad and I went to the Tin Can Fish House in Sandy Springs recently, and had a great time!

The Tin Can Fish House has a beachy ambience that is very laidback and cool any time of year. Add a large selection of local beers, and killer seafood, and I am thinking that I have to add this one to my favorites list.

Our appetizer consisted of Conch Fritters, Calamari, and Bang Bang Shrimp. All of these were delicious, but I liked the Conch Fritters best. The hush puppies were awesome, too! They have some really delectable sauces.

For our entrees, Dad got an Oyster Combo Meal, and I got Blackened Grouper. We loved every bit of it!

I had the Terrapin IPA Hopsecutioner beer, and it was perfect with my Grouper. We had Key Lime Pie for dessert. The Key Lime Pie was the rich, creamy kind that is obviously made from real Key Lime juice and racks up 1,000 calories or so. Tin Can was wonderful, and I will definitely be back. I want my mom to try it, too!

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