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Dining guide: where to ring in New Year's Eve 2013 in Los Angeles

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If you still have yet to make New Year’s plans, here are some great options, according to the LA Times.

If Echo Park is your neighborhood, Allumette is holding a retro redux New Year’s with a 60’s grand continental cuisine inspired menu. Dishes to expect include oyster Radonsky, blue prawn cocktail, Rabbit loin Oscar and devil’s food cake. Dinner is $90 and $50 for beverage pairings by Serena Herrick. A $50 deposit is required on all reservations. For ratings and reviews, click here.

If you’re looking for something a little different, A.O.C. is celebrating Noche Vieja, a Spanish New Year’s Eve. Enjoy a six-course meal consisting of Spanish tapas, grilled quail with chorizo, and the infamous paella prepared by chef Lauren Herman. The first seating is $95; the second seating is $135 per guest and includes a Champagne toast. For reviews and ratings for A.O.C, click here.

Of course, who wouldn’t want to spend NYE at Bar Marmont? Special guest, New York star, Joey Arias, and a live DJ, will be there to ring in the New Year with a complimentary midnight toast. Tickets for standing room are $50 per person. If you’re interested in table service and a special prix-fixe menu, it’s $400 per couple. Tickets can be purchased here. Just-dinner reservations can also be made, which includes a special a la carte menu separate from the performance. For pictures and reviews, click here.

BOA Steakhouse’s Sunset location will host two seating options: an early seating, and a grand seating, which features a special prix-fixe menu and Champagne toast. The Santa Monica location offers open seating, regular menu, and a Champagne toast at midnight. For reviews, ratings, and more click here.

Broadway Bar is also a highly exciting place to spend NYE. Celebrate the New Year with DJs Moski and John Blaza playing electronica dance, disco, funk and fat beats. They will also provide hats and noisemakers, not mention drink specials all night starting at 8 p.m. For more information, click here.

The Bungalow is hosting an NYE black tie party with a DJ and cocktails from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. General admission tickets are $150 per person, and include a hosted premium bar. To purchase tickets, click here. Table reservations are also available.

The Churchill is having a party from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. with DJ, open bar, food buffet, and a Champagne toast at midnight. Tickets and table packages for general admission are available for $95 for the first 100 purchasers. Thereafter, it will be $115 for general admission; packages will range from $600 to $3,500. Tickets can be purchased here. If you plan on just attending for an early dinner, a prix-fixe menu is available from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for $45 per guest. For more pictures, reviews, and ratings, click here.

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