Where to Host a Holiday Dinner Party

Having guests in from out of town but don’t feel like cooking? You can still throw a private dinner party at these spots.

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In the spirit of fostering both virtual and real-life exploration, we’re bringing you Instagram accounts you can follow every week—whether that’s to make a meal, find a new shop or have a fun night out. This week, some of our recommended places to host a dinner party that aren’t your apartment.

Park Avenue Autumn

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At this Murray Hill restaurant, you can host two to 20 people for one of their signature dinner parties, for a cost of $39 per person.

American Cut

This steakhouse from celebrity chef Marc Forgione has two New York locations: Tribeca and Midtown. At both locations they have private spaces for your party or pop-up event.

The Roof

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Want to give your gathering a spectacular view? Then go for The Roof at Viceroy Central Park.

Beauty & Essex

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Behind a pawn shop façade is Beauty & Essex from chef Chris Santos, where you can host a special event for anywhere from 10 to 400 guests.

Irvington

Irvington—located right near Union Square—takes a seasonal, Greenmarket-inspired perspective to Mediterranean fare.

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