New Years Eve at Tao Uptown NYC

See and be seen at the elegant Tao Uptown this New Years' Eve

Midtown East’s Tao is a hot spot known for celebrities and athletes is preparing an uber-chic menu and four hours of premium open bar for you to toast the arrival of 2016. Tao Uptown will surprise you with their take of Hong Kong, Thai, Chinese and Japanese cuisines including their famous Nibble on pork potstickers and Kobe beef with wasabi and exclusive dishes for the night in a venue that makes other pan-Asian high-end restaurants look like Chinese take-out.

New Years Eve at Tao Uptown

The venue that was originally a staple for the Vanderbilt family in the 19th century later turned into a movie theater. Tao Uptown took over, turning the place into a unique Asian temple keeping three levels and the theater’s balcony with a prized skybox using its 35-foot high ceilings to the fullest. A 16-foot Buddha floating over a reflecting pool filled with Japanese carp boots makes the 300-seat temple a venue of excellent food and Asian culture.

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Artifacts from China, Japan, and Thailand are artfully placed throughout the cavernous space that makes the restaurant the perfect spot for you and your loved ones to snap the last pictures of the year. Prioritize class and good food for your New Year’s celebration and buy your tickets for Tao Uptown before they’re gone.

Menu:

Early Evening Complimentary Passed Hors d’oeuvres (Menu is subject to change).
Chicken Satay | Thai peanut dipping sauce
Crispy Shrimp Tempura | spicy mayonnaise
Kobe Sliders | crispy onions
Vegetable Spring Rolls | duck sauce
Crispy Roasted Pork Buns
Thai Chicken “lollipops”

Price increase warning: New Year's Eve ticket prices often go up significantly (100% +) the closer you get to New Years Eve. Also note that many NYE Events will sell out well in advance of New Years Eve. About your Tickets:  (1) Show up early and help reduce the wait time, (2) Make sure to have your physical ticket on hand because you will need to show it to NYPD and security upon request, (3) You accept the risks and agree to adhere to the NYPD rules and regulations for the evening, (4) If you select shipping as your delivery method, tickets will not be sent out until December, (5) A LIVE VIEW of The Ball Drop is not guaranteed. Large crowds should be expected