Spicy Shrimp Scampi, Toasted Truffle Gnocchi, Filet Mignon with a Fried Waffle, Butternut Squash Truffle Risotto and A Chocolate Bar. Every year there is a big hype as to what to do to ring in the New Year. Living in New York City there is an abundance of choices, and it can easily get overwhelming. I am always torn on what my plans should be because there are only a few options that meet all my requirements; I want to have a fun time, have great drinks and food, and be with my friends and family. This year, I have found the perfect solution to this New Years Eve dilemma. No matter who you are spending it with, there is nothing better then enjoying a late meal, at a casual but fun restaurant, with an open bar. You get the both of the best worlds- the party aspect of New Years Eve, the intimacy of a restaurant setting and spending time with the ones you love. Lets this be a year that we live to eat and not eat to live. Cheers to 2014.