Whatever your New Years Eve style, Hey Nonny has you covered. The Arlington Heights Bistro & Concert Hall offers two luxury options: a stylish early dinner and an energetic late night dance.
“A lot of people want to celebrate early and go home in their pajamas at midnight,” said Chris Dungan, co-owner of Hey Nonny. “Our dinner will delight these people.”
For diners, Chef Tony has prepared a classic four-course New Years Eve menu for one seated at 6 p.m. Guests will begin with a sparkling toast, followed by an oxtail arancini appetizer and a first course of lobster ravioli with a cream of champagne sauce. Entree options include Dijon panko crusted salmon or prime beef steak with garlic and herb butter. The meal is embellished with a vanilla crème brûlée for dessert.
“This dinner is going to be amazing – especially for just $ 75 per person,” Dungan said. “Providing our guests with elegant dining here in Arlington Heights sets Hey Nonny apart. However, we expect reservations to be very quick. “
Reservations for the New Years Eve dinner can be secured at www.heynonny.com/shows/new-years-eve-dinner.
For those who are spending the early hours of the evening getting ready for an exuberant celebration, the Hey Nonny Late Night Party kicks off at 9 p.m., with tables, an open bar and music to dance to from Wedding Banned.
“For just $ 135 per person, our New Years Eve party has it all,” Dungan said. “We have an open bar, wonderful appetizers, a champagne toast, gifts and late night snacks, plus plenty of space to dance and sing along to some great party tunes from Wedding Banned. “
The holiday menu includes prosciutto coated pears, smoked salmon on a crispy wonton, Italian steak tartare, coconut shrimp, and portabella mushrooms stuffed with lasagna.
In addition to Hey Nonny’s vaccine requirement for entry to all events, the New Years Eve extravaganza is limited to just 110 guests.
“It will be the safest place to go out and party,” Dungan said. “It’s the right place to get a small group together to celebrate and enjoy without an overwhelming crowd.”
Seats can be reserved at www.heynonny.com/shows/new-years-eve-party/.
For more information on everything going on at Hey Nonny, visit www.heynonny.com.
Hey Nonny is a bistro and concert venue located in the heart of downtown Arlington Heights. The bistro serves an interesting array of Midwestern comfort food and a seasonally changing menu. The concert hall is one of the best new “listening rooms” in the country and hosts live music six days a week, featuring Chicago’s best artists and tours playing jazz, blues, music. country, folk and rock.