Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Miami [2024]

12 mins read

Want to end 2023 on a high note? Make a reservation at one of these NYE hotspots. 


Brickell’s Barsecco is known for its great parties, and their NYE festivities reinforce that reputation. The beloved bar and restaurant will host an Illuminati Masquerade Ball with a specially curated 3-course menu, live entertainment, exclusive party favors, and a champagne toast. Click here for tickets. 

Boia De

Welcome the New Year with a Michelin-starred dining experience at Boia De. The Little Haiti restaurant will be offering a special New Year’s Eve tasting menu comprising five courses and optional wine pairings. Priced at $145 per person, the menu features Boia De favorites alongside holiday specials. 

The dining experience begins with a canapé plate, including bluefin tuna with crispy polenta and caviar, garlic gruyeres with prosciutto San Daniele, shrimp croccante, and roasted cauliflower with taleggio fonduta, anchovies, and oregano. For the second course, guests will indulge in a rabbit terrine followed by a risotto with wild mushrooms and a soft egg. Optionally, guests may enhance the risotto with a foie gras or truffle supplement. The third course presents Boia De’s housemade pastas with dishes including the popular tortellini in brodo and a ricotta raviolo with sage and brown butter. 

Monkfish paired with sunchoke and truffle beurre blanc will be served for the fourth course. Finally, dessert will be the restaurant’s beloved tiramisu, a delightful dessert that perfectly caps off the memorable evening. Wine pairings curated by Boia De’s sommelier, Gaby Ospina, will be available as an option for an additional cost. 

Boia De is located at 5205 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137. For more information, visit their official website

Café Americano

For a more laidback experience, pop into Café Americano on New Year’s Eve. The Latin-inspired restaurant will be open for lunch/brunch and dinner, so you can enjoy favorites like molten chicken parm, ceviche sliders, avocado burrata toast, and more one last time in 2023. 


Over in Little Havana, Cubata will be serving up delicious Latin cuisine all day long. The lively Calle Ocho establishment will have live entertainment to complement its vast menu of tasty tapas like charcuterie and cheese boards, croquetas, vaca frita tostones, octopus, stuffed peppers, and olives. Mojitos and other cocktails are available as well. Pro tip: Sit outside to people watch. 

Fiola Miami

Celebrate the arrival of 2024 in style at Fiola Miami’s New Year’s Eve Celebration. Experience an evening of luxury with Fiola’s specially curated New Year’s Eve Menu, priced at $295 per person ++. The evening commences with a delightful Aperitivo, setting the tone for an extraordinary culinary journey. In true Fiola Miami fashion, the four-course menu features opulent dishes such as Stone Crab Risotto al Saffrano and Australian Wagyu Delmonico Wellington, among other delectable offerings. 

Guests can elevate their New Year’s Eve experience with an optional Caviar Flight, available for an additional $255. The Caviar Flight features ½ ounce tasting of three exquisite caviars served with house-made blinis, quail egg, crème fraiche, and basil oil. The second seating begins at 9 p.m., ensuring guests have ample time to savor each course and toast to the New Year in a luxurious atmosphere. For those opting for earlier seatings, a limited à la carte menu will be available.

Fiola Miami is located at 1500 San Ignacio Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33146. For more information, visit their official website.


Ring in the New Year with an unforgettable dining experience at Joliet, the beloved seafood bistro and garden nestled in Miami’s South Beach.

From 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., diners can indulge in the restaurant’s Southern and French-inspired dishes from the signature a la carte menu, in addition to festive New Year’s Eve specials. Specials include White Sturgeon Caviar at $100; Russian Osetra Caviar priced at $200; Oysters on the half shell for just $2 each; and a rich decadent Foie Gras Crostini topped with caviar for $40. A vibrant band will provide the perfect backdrop for a night of celebration from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Joliet is located at 1209 17th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website

One K Raw

Brickell newcomer and neighborhood hotspot One K Raw is celebrating 2024 with two New Year’s Eve prix fixe dinner options, a NYE champagne countdown, and live DJ performances inside the hidden speakeasy next door, One K Room, until 5 a.m. Guests have the option of booking the following dinner reservations: 

  • First Seating: 8-10 p.m. – Prix fixe four-course dinner for $150 per person
  • Second Seating: 10 p.m. – 12 a.m. – Prix fixe five-course dinner for $175 per person.

All guests that dine at One K Raw will receive a glass of champagne and free admission into One K Room. For guests not dining, admission into One K Room is $100 and comes with 1 glass of champagne and access to party favors for the countdown. Click here to make a reservation.

One K Raw is located at 1000 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130. For more information, visit their official website

Paperfish Sushi

Both Paperfish Sushi locations will be hosting NYE parties. Dubbed Midnight in Kyoto, the festivities feature a special omakase menu, party favors, champagne toasts, and more. A la carte ordering is possible, but we suggest you go all out. Click here for more information. 

Paperfish Sushi has multiple locations. For more information, visit their official website

Queen Miami Beach

Prepare to be enthralled in a world of supreme opulence and glamour as Queen Miami Beach unveils its spectacular New Year’s Eve Celebration: The Golden Majesty Ball. On December 31st, the transformed Paris Theater will host an evening of unparalleled elegance and regality, seamlessly blending a night brimming with culinary excellence and captivating performances. Throughout the night, more than 15 exquisite performers, musicians, and dancers will take the stage, enchanting audiences every hour until the clock strikes midnight. 

Amidst these performances, guests are invited to indulge in Queen’s 5-6 course à la carte tasting menu, meticulously curated for the night’s lavish celebrations. Two seating times will be offered with limited seating availability. The first seating starts at 6 p.m., offering a five-course tasting menu at a fixed price of $265. Subsequently, the second seating at 9 p.m. features a six-course tasting menu priced at $395 and requires a table minimum. Haute Couture Black Tie Enforced Attire.

Queen Miami Beach is located at 550 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139. For more information, visit their official website. 

RED South Beach

Budgets be damned: RED South Beach is pulling out all the NYE stops with an extravagant 5-course dinner and champagne toast. Priced at $249 per person, the dinner gives guests the chance to say goodbye to 2023 at Miami Beach’s premier steakhouse. A live DJ performance will start at 8 p.m. and end at midnight, and a la carte ordering is available only until 7 p.m. Click here to book your table. 

Sha Wynwood

Looking to spend NYE in Miami’s art district? Check out Sha Wynwood for a memorable finish to 2023. The Mediterranean-inspired eatery is hosting a dinner party to remember, with two seatings available. The earlier seating – 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – includes a 3-course menu and premium open bar, while the later seating — 8 p.m. to midnight — includes all that plus party favors and a champagne bottle. Make your reservation here.

Toscana Divino

For New Year’s Eve, Toscana Divino in Brickell will be offering a specially curated menu starting at 4 p.m. Guests can order the full tasting menu for $125 per person or order a la carte; options include foie gras torchon, truffle tajarin, wagyu beef, and lobster cappuccino. A live DJ performance starts at 10 p.m. Limited regular menu selections will also be available. 

This article is also available as a web story.

Geoffrey Anderson

Geoffrey Anderson Jr. is a contributing/staff writer for Dish Miami. For over six years, he has covered the South Florida dining scene with his wife for the award-winning local food blog Miami Food Pug. When he's not writing about food, he's eating it—or attending rock concerts and traveling.

Previous Story

The Best Bars in Wynwood

Next Story

What to Do in Miami This Week [Jan 1-7]

Latest from Blog

From Miami Experts
to Your Inbox

Only the top restaurants, promos, and specials, hand selected by Miami foodies.

By clicking sign up you’re agreeing to our privacy policy.

Photo credit: Ruben Cabrera

From Miami Experts
to Your Inbox

Only the top restaurants, promos, and specials, hand selected by Miami foodies.

By clicking subscribe, you're agreeing to our privacy policy.