12 SF Restaurants Offering New Year’s Specials

Ring in 2022 with food from one of these spots.
12 SF Restaurants Offering New Year’s Specials  image

photo credit: Erin Ng

Somehow, we blinked, and the VR simulation that was 2021 has come to an end. If you’re looking for a fun way to ring in the new year, how about some truffle tartlets or a prix fixe menu involving caviar and champagne? Lucky for you, it’s all here in this guide. Here are 12 SF restaurants with specials to help you celebrate New Year’s.

The recent rise in Covid cases has caused some SF restaurants and bars to temporarily shut down. Make sure to check in with the restaurant about New Year’s Eve-related reservations and events.


Pacific Heights

$$$$Perfect For:Dinner with the ParentsSmall Plates


OpenTable logo
Earn 3x points with your sapphire card

Octavia in Lower Pacific Heights will be serving a family-style dinner on New Year’s Eve ($140). Expect to see black truffle tartlets, caviar, spaghetti with Dungeness crab, and more. Make a reservation here.

photo credit: Erin Ng

For New Year’s Eve, the upscale Vietnamese restaurant is bringing back its infamous “douchebag fried rice”—A5 wagyu, uni, and truffle caviar included. The rice will be part of a festive $160 prix fixe menu that’s available for dine-in. Make a reservation here.

photo credit: Krescent Carasso

The upscale American restaurant in the Mission is offering a New Year’s Eve dinner that’s eight courses and filled with “lots of surprises.” The earlier seating at 5pm is $145 per person, and the second at 7:30pm is $175. Email info@themorris-sf.com to reserve a table.

If you want to ring in the new year with a five-course Italian feast that includes crab cannelloni and dry-aged strip steak, Penny Roma is here for you. The Mission spot has dinner reservations available online at $104 per person. They’ll also have sparkling wine flights available next door at the Flour + Water Pasta Shop.

The upscale Filipino restaurant in Fisherman’s Wharf will have three different dinner seatings for New Year’s Eve. Prices range from $95-150, depending on the number of courses (they range from 10-14 as the night goes on). The menu includes things like black garlic steam buns with pork tocino or braised beef with black truffles, and, if you stay until midnight, you’ll get champagne and s’mores.

One Market Restaurant



OpenTable logo

On New Year’s Eve, the American restaurant on the Embarcadero is offering a four-course tasting menu ($125-175) that includes lobster bisque, oysters on the half shell, seared scallops, and mulled wine chocolate cake. Make a reservation here.

The Italian-inspired Californian restaurant in Dogpatch is doing a three-course prix fixe menu ($150) for New Year’s Eve. The full details of the menu haven’t been posted, but we do know there is an option to add on a wine pairing, specialty cocktails, and a cheese pairing with dessert.

The fine dining restaurant in Russian Hill is doing a New Year’s Eve menu ($275) focused on osechi ryori, or traditional Japanese New Year foods. Expect to see dishes like oxtail ozoni, datemaki with caviar, and king crab with truffle miso. Make a reservation here. You can also swing by Bar Iris, their sister bar next door, for champagne, sake, and caviar before dinner.

The barbecue-focused restaurant in SoMa is serving a “fuego feast” for New Year’s Eve ($120). It’s served family-style, with your choice of an entrée like prime rib or strip steak with whiskey-miso sauce. Make a reservation through their website.

The Sardinian restaurant in Noe Valley has a four-course dinner for New Year’s Eve. For $125 per person, you’ll get things like octopus stew, seared lamb tenderloin tagliata, and saffron panna cotta. Call 415-550-8114 to make a reservation.

The upscale Hayes Valley restaurant has a New Year’s Eve menu available for $300-325 per person. It’s 11 courses and involves “all the things,” including lobster, truffles, caviar, and champagne. Book a seat here.

If you really want to go all out on New Year’s Eve, Saison in SoMa is doing a special tasting menu for $498 per person. Reservations for the fine dining restaurant can be made here—expect lots of caviar and vintage champagne.

Chase Sapphire Card Ad

Suggested Reading

SF Restaurants With Outdoor Heat Lamps image

SF Restaurants With Outdoor Heat Lamps

Where to eat when it’s rainy and cold, and staying warm is a top priority.

The interior at Elena's Mexican Restaurant in San Francisco.

The new spots we checked out—and loved.

San Francisco’s Best New Restaurants Of 2021 image

We spent the year looking for the best new restaurants across San Francisco. This is where you’ll find them.

Lily  image

Lily is an upscale Vietnamese restaurant in the Richmond that nails every aspect essential to a fantastic meal.

Infatuation Logo


2024 © The Infatuation Inc. All Rights Reserved.
The views and opinions expressed on The Infatuation’s site and other platforms are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of (or endorsement by) JPMorgan Chase. The Infatuation and its affiliates assume no responsibility or liability for the content of this site, or any errors or omissions. The Information contained in this site is provided on an "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.


Get it on Google PlayDownload on the App Store