Scarpetta will be serving a gourmet four-course, pre-fixe dinner during their first seating from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at $150 per person. First seating, four-course dinner options include:

Scarpetta is celebrating the New Year with its delicious Italian dining. For the first-course, braised short ribs of beef with vegetable and farro risotto and creamy polenta with fricassèe of truffled mushrooms will be served for the table. The second course is a dish of Chef Scott Conant’s famed spaghetti with tomato and basil. For the main course, diners can choose between European turbot with porcini mushrooms, hazelnuts and sunchokes or 21-day aged sirloin of beef with porcini mushrooms, marble potatoes and parmigiano. Two delicious desserts will be served for the table, amedei chocolate cake with toasted almond gelato and salted caramel sauce and coconut panna cotta with caramelized pineapple and guava “soup.”

Scarpetta will also offer a grand five-course, prix-fixe menu during their second seating, beginning at 9:30 p.m., priced at $275 per person. A glass of champagne per guest is also included. Second seating, five-course dinner options include:

Scarpetta’s five-course menu starts with braised short ribs of beef with vegetable and farro risotto and creamy polenta with fricassèe of truffled mushrooms for the table. Agnolotti del Plin with fresh shaved tartufo di Alba will be served as the second course. For the third course, enjoy mixed meat and fontina fondue with fresh shaved tartufo di Alba. Diners can choose from two dishes for the main course, European turbot with porcini mushrooms, hazelnuts and sunchokes or 21-day aged sirloin of beef with porcini mushrooms, marble potatoes and parmigiano. To conclude, the same delectable dessert options of the earlier seating will be served for the table.