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5 Last Minute New Year's Eve Reservations In San Diego

Five tables you can still book for NYE.

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Jayne's Gastropub

It's officially the last day of the year... as we get set to welcome in 2016, don't worry if you left those all-important dinner plans a little late - there's still time to grab a table tonight and celebrate in style. Round up your friends, or that special someone, for a exceptional dinner and raise a midnight toast one of these five restaurants with Last Minute New Year's Eve Reservations in San Diego. Cheers!

Four-Course Mexiterranean Meal: Romesco

Romesco

One of San Diego's original purveyors of Mex-Med cuisine, there are still tables up for grabs at this celebrated Plascencia-led spot in Bonita. Order from the full menu in the main dining room with seatings at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m., or you take a walk down memory lane at Romesco's Flashback New Year's Eve Party, which kicks off at 7.pm. in the Tapas Bar. Featuring a four-course meal, glass of wine and champagne toast it costs $125 per person with tax and gratuity included. Highlights include their famed Tijuana's original Caesar salad, slow cooked beef short rib and homemade apple tart. Book online or call for reservations. 4346 Bonita Rd. (619) 475-8627 [Photo: Facebook]

Three-Course Prix Fixe Feast: Jayne's Gastropub

Jayne's Gastropub

This cosy Normal Heights neighborhood go-to will be serving up a suitably spiffy three-course feast fit for a king (or queen) on New Year's Eve. The prix fixe menu costs $75 per person and starts with an amuse bouche, followed by first course options like goat cheese soufflé with apple fennel salad. Next, maybe the Washington State sea scallops or bacon-wrapped filet mignon will take your fancy. To finish how about some profiteroles with a nice serving of pistachio ice cream. Beverages including wine, cocktails and beer can be ordered from the regular bar menu for an additional fee. Make your online reservations here. 4677 30th St. (619) 563-1011 [Photo: Jayne's Gastropub]

Dinner & Celebration: Urban Solace

Urban Solace

Early bird tables around 5 p.m. and later seatings after 9 p.m. are still available at chef and owner Matt Gordon's popular North Park spot for New American comfort food. His New Year's Eve Dinner & Celebration runs $65 per person and comprises a selection of starter, main plus dessert -- cocktails, wine and beer cost extra. Starters include duck prosciutto with burrata or lobster bisque with herbed Chantilly. Everything from roasted wild king Salmon and cider-glazed duck to a winter vegetable terrine grace the mains; while a coconut rice pudding is just one of three desserts on offer. Reservations can be made online here. 3823 30th St. (619) 619) 295-6464 [Photo: Eater]

Exclusive Four-Course Dinner: Roy's San Diego Waterfront

Roy's Waterfront SD

Ring in the New Year with an upscale four-course dinner at this Marina District mainstay. Chef Roy Yamaguchi's national Hawaiian fusion chain will be sending off 2015 in style with a four-course dinner starting at $55 per person. Select offerings from chef partner Jessie Glessner include hamachi tataki, misoyaki "butterfish" and broiled lobster tail with macadamia nut pesto risotto; plus a Meyer lemon cheesecake as just one of three dessert choices. Toast the year to come with a glass or bottle of Taittinger Brut La Français Champagne or Merryvale Chardonnay Carneros. Reservations can be made online here. 333 West Harbor Drive (619) 239-7697 [Photo: Trip Advisor]

New Years Day Azerbaijani Feast: Cafe 21 Gaslamp

Cafe 21

Beat the crowds and save your celebrations for New Year's Day when chef/co-owner Leyla Javadof and her husband and co-owner, Alex, will be serving up a special pre fixe Azerbaijani feast on Friday, January 1 and Saturday, January 2 at this eclectic eatery. Highlights include chef Leyla's secret recipe liver pâté roulade, and a traditional Khan Pilaf - Mary's chicken and lamb wrapped in a flaky pastry case. The meal costs $45 per person with seatings available at 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. on both evenings, plus live music from an Azerbaijani band visiting straight from Baku. 802 5th Ave. (619) 795-0721 [Photo: Facebook]

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