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Ring In The New Year Spanish Style! 

Spend New Year's Eve - or, as they call it in Spain, Nochevieja - wining and dining over a traditional five-course Spanish feast. Countdown to midnight while enjoying churros and chocolate, bottomless cava, and, in true Spanish tradition, a 12 grapes toast!

Nochevieja Menu

Prix-Fixe Spanish Feast

Tapas Course

Roasted Olives, Fried Almonds, Cured Meats & Spanish Cheeses, Marinated Vegetables, Catalan Tomato Toast, Patatas Bravas


Seafood Course 

Sherry Garlic Shrimp, Galician Style Octopus, Seafood Escabeche, Roasted Mussels


Salad Course

Our signature Medi Salad for the table

Main Course

Paella Valencia - Lobster, Shrimp, Chorizo, Shellfish & Chicken 

Sliced Roast, Choice Of: Beef Rib with Moroccan Herb Sauce, Riojan Lamb with Roasted Tomatoes and Sherry Garlic Sauce, Slow Roasted Heritage Pork Shoulder with Cumin-Garlic Rojo

Tapas Style Dessert

Hot Churros with Cajeta, Polvorones, Rich Hot Cocoa Shots, Caramel Flan

- $ 85 Per Person - 

Includes bottomless cava, five-course feast, and 12 grapes midnight toast!

Only available for tables of four or more. Must be ordered by everyone at the table.


12 Grapes

A Spanish New Year's Eve Tradition

As midnight approaches, we’ll be coming around with 12 grapes for every guest. What for? 


In Spanish tradition, each grape represents good luck - one for every month of the coming year. When the clock strikes midnight, it’s a mad dash to eat your grapes as fast as you can.


No pressure, but if you can’t finish your grapes, tradition says you’re in for a year of bad luck!

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